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A cost-effectiveness analysis of pharmacotherapy versus prostatic urethral lift as initial therapy for patients with moderate benign prostatic hyperplasia

Joshua YM Tung, Edwin J Aslim, Henry SS Ho & Cynthia Chen
This objective of this study was to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of an upfront minimally-invasive surgical procedure, the prostatic urethral lift (PUL), as an initial treatment for patients with moderate benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), against current first-line pharmacotherapy with combination medical therapy. A micro-simulation model was developed using TreeAge Pro to compare two treatment strategies – initial treatment with combination medical therapy (alpha-blocker + 5-ARI), versus an upfront prostatic urethral lift procedure. The impact on disease...

Study on inhibition effect and mechanism of NH4H2PO4 on explosion of titanium powder

Wenjiao Dai, Xiangbao Meng, Shunxiang Yao, Jiqing Liu, Zhifeng Wang, Yang Liu, Panpan Yang & Fang Li
In order to effectively inhibit the explosion of titanium powder, this study used the Hartmann tube experimental system and the 20 L explosion tank experimental system to carry out flame propagation and explosion overpressure experiments, respectively, and the effect of NH4H2PO4 on the explosion suppression of titanium powder was studied. The results show that when the addition of NH4H2PO4 powder is 50%, the flame propagation velocity and explosion pressure can be reduced to the minimum,...

Study on inhibition effect and mechanism of NH4H2PO4 on explosion of titanium powder

Wenjiao Dai, Xiangbao Meng, Shunxiang Yao, Jiqing Liu, Zhifeng Wang, Yang Liu, Panpan Yang & Fang Li
In order to effectively inhibit the explosion of titanium powder, this study used the Hartmann tube experimental system and the 20 L explosion tank experimental system to carry out flame propagation and explosion overpressure experiments, respectively, and the effect of NH4H2PO4 on the explosion suppression of titanium powder was studied. The results show that when the addition of NH4H2PO4 powder is 50%, the flame propagation velocity and explosion pressure can be reduced to the minimum,...

A toolkit to facilitate adoption of ORCID by pharma

Paul Farrow, Caitlin Edgell, Sarah Sabir, Shawna Sadler, James D. Munday, Christine Vanderlinden & Santosh Mysore
We have developed this free toolkit to support the adoption and best practice use of ORCID by authors of pharma-sponsored publications through the systematic engagement and education of authors throughout publication development.
Please note, the link for the third poster on slide 5 does not work. The poster 'Ongoing ORCID implementation within the pharmaceutical industry: an Open Pharma and GSK Vaccines initiative' can instead be found here: https://www.congressposter.com/p/2a5fmffrp0r47i0f.

Mapping the evidence of plant-based alternative foods: A systematic literature review protocol on nutritional, health, and environmental impacts

Sarah Nájera Espinosa, Silvia Pastorino & Pauline Scheelbeek
Diets, especially in the Global North, are causing both health and environmental challenges. The promotion of shifts from current diets to diets rich in plant-sourced foods and low in animal-sourced is commonly regarded as a suitable and evidence-based strategy to improve nutritional health and reduce adverse impacts on the environment, mainly in high-income and food-secure settings. Plant-based alternative foods (PBAF) - products specifically designed to mimic and/or replace animal foods such as dairy and meat...

A toolkit to facilitate adoption of ORCID by pharma

Paul Farrow, Caitlin Edgell, Sarah Sabir, Shawna Sadler, James D. Munday, Christine Vanderlinden & Santosh Mysore
We have developed this free toolkit to support the adoption and best practice use of ORCID by authors of pharma-sponsored publications through the systematic engagement and education of authors throughout publication development.
Please note, the link for the third poster on slide 5 does not work. The poster 'Ongoing ORCID implementation within the pharmaceutical industry: an Open Pharma and GSK Vaccines initiative' can instead be found here: https://www.congressposter.com/p/2a5fmffrp0r47i0f.

Data Management for MSc Summer Projects

LSHTM Library & Archives Service
MSc students preparing for their summer project should consider the data management implications of their research at the earliest opportunity. This document provides an overview of their responsibilities and offers advice on where further information may be obtained.

SEAwise Report on the key species and habitats impacted by fishing

Esther Beukhof, Gerjan Piet, Sebastian Uhlmann, Elliot John Brown, Amaia Astarloa, Gert Van Hoey, Christopher Lynam, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Karin Johanna Van der Reijden, Grete E. Dinesen, Ole Ritzau Eigaard, Raphael Girardin, Ghassen Halouani, Oihane C. Basurko, Miren Altuna, Dorleta Garcia, Giovanni Romagnoni, Pierluigi Carbonara, Chris Smith, Nadia Papadopoulou, Konstantinos Tsagarakis, Eugenia Lefkaditou, Katerina Anastasopoulou, Archontia Chatzispyrou, Alexander Kempf … & Anna Rindorf
The implementation of ecosystem-based fisheries management requires knowledge on the ecological impact of fishing activities on species and their habitats – those both targeted and not targeted by fisheries. To identify which ecological impacts are key and what is known about them, SEAwise consulted stakeholders through European Advisory Councils and conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature to map the available knowledge and evidence. Specific reference was given to the bycatch of Protected, Endangered...

SEAwise Report on the key species and habitats impacted by fishing

Esther Beukhof, Gerjan Piet, Sebastian Uhlmann, Elliot John Brown, Amaia Astarloa, Gert Van Hoey, Christopher Lynam, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Karin Johanna Van der Reijden, Grete E. Dinesen, Ole Ritzau Eigaard, Raphael Girardin, Ghassen Halouani, Oihane C. Basurko, Miren Altuna, Dorleta Garcia, Giovanni Romagnoni, Pierluigi Carbonara, Chris Smith, Nadia Papadopoulou, Konstantinos Tsagarakis, Eugenia Lefkaditou, Katerina Anastasopoulou, Archontia Chatzispyrou, Alexander Kempf … & Anna Rindorf
The implementation of ecosystem-based fisheries management requires knowledge on the ecological impact of fishing activities on species and their habitats – those both targeted and not targeted by fisheries. To identify which ecological impacts are key and what is known about them, SEAwise consulted stakeholders through European Advisory Councils and conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature to map the available knowledge and evidence. Specific reference was given to the bycatch of Protected, Endangered...

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