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ID30865085Published Date2019-04-01JournalJournal of Christian nursing : a quarterly publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship, 2019-04-01, Volume 36
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ID30948254Published Date2019-03-23JournalThe American journal of emergency medicine, 2019-03-23
Peripheral intravenous (IV) cannulation is the most common procedure performed in the emergency department (ED). Elastic tourniquets (ETs) and blood pressure cuffs (BPCs) are frequently used for venodilation. Although BPCs lead to increased venodilation and decreased compressibility, it is unclear whether this translates into a meaningful patient-centered outcome. This study aimed to determine whether one method is superior for success on the first attempt.This was a prospective, single-blind…
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ID30679312Published Date2019-03-22JournalThe Journal of biological chemistry, 2019-03-22, Volume 294
Sensitive assays of biochemical specificity, affinity, and capacity are valuable both for basic research and drug discovery. We created fluorescent sensors that monitor high-affinity binding reactions and used them to study iron acquisition by ESKAPE bacteria, which are frequently responsible for antibiotic-resistant infections. By introducing site-directed Cys residues in bacterial iron transporters and modifying them with maleimide fluorophores, we generated living cells or purified protein…
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ID30856684Published Date2019-03-11JournalChembiochem : a European journal of chemical biology, 2019-03-11
Enzyme-catalyzed β-lactone formation from β-hydroxy acids is a crucial step in bacterial biosynthesis of β-lactone natural products and membrane hydrocarbons. We developed a novel, continuous assay for β-lactone synthetase activity using synthetic β-hydroxy acid substrates with alkene or alkyne moieties. β-Lactone formation is followed by rapid decarboxylation to form a conjugated triene chromophore for real-time evaluation by UV-Vis spectroscopy. The assay was used to determine steady-state …
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ID30824514Published Date2019-03-01JournalAmerican journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 2019-03-01, Volume 28
Although electrocardiographic monitoring is common in hospitalized patients, many patients receive unnecessary monitoring, contributing to patients' inconvenience, clinicians' alarm fatigue, and delayed admissions.To evaluate the impact of implementation of an electronic order set based on the American Heart Association practice standards for electrocardiographic monitoring on the occurrence of appropriate monitoring.The sample for this preintervention-to-postintervention quasi-experimental s…
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ID30817007Published Date2019-02-28JournalJournal of clinical psychology, 2019-02-28
Employing practice-based research methods, we addressed the need to examine the effectiveness of psychodynamic treatment as a supplement to the efficacy evidence offered by randomized clinical trials.We used person-centered analyses to generate latent subgroups of clients (N = 118; M = 40.92; 53.4% female; 81.4% Caucasian; 80.5% heterosexual) receiving contemporary relational psychotherapy (CRP) at a psychodynamic community mental health training clinic.Subgroups of clients reported a change …
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ID30625291Published Date2019-02-18JournalNeuropsychologia, 2019-02-18, Volume 124
Studies of developmental prosopagnosia have often shown that developmental prosopagnosia differentially affects human face processing over non-face object processing. However, little consideration has been given to whether this condition is associated with perceptual or sensorimotor impairments in other modalities. Comorbidities have played a role in theories of other developmental disorders such as dyslexia, but studies of developmental prosopagnosia have often focused on the nature of the v…
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ID30762397Published Date2019-02-01JournalThe American psychologist, 2019-02-01, Volume 74
Presents an obituary for Carole A. Rayburn (1938-2017). A feminist, activist, therapist, and researcher, Rayburn authored or coauthored several copyrighted psychological inventories and dozens of book chapters and journal articles and wrote or edited at least nine books. On the national level, she was active in multiple divisions of the American Psychological Association (APA) and was elected to fellow status in at least 10 of them. Courageously speaking truth to power, Rayburn wrote clearly …
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ID29411235Published Date2019-02-01JournalJournal of religion and health, 2019-02-01, Volume 58
Prior research has demonstrated positive associations between general humility and well-being, and posited a protective effect for intellectual humility against maladjustment among religious leaders. We tested a model that extended findings on general humility to include intellectual humility among religious leaders (N = 258; M age = 42.31; 43% female; 63.7% White; 91.9% Christian affiliation). We observed a positive general humility-well-being association. Contrary to expectations, we observ…
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ID30670708Published Date2019-01-22JournalScientific reports, 2019-01-22, Volume 9
Smooth pursuit eye movements have been investigated as a diagnostic tool for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). However, the degree to which smooth pursuit differentiates mTBI patients from healthy controls (i.e. its diagnostic performance) is only moderate. Our goal was to establish if simultaneous performance of smooth pursuit and a working memory task increased the diagnostic performance of pursuit metrics following mTBI. We integrated an n-back task with two levels of working memory load…
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