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ID31663923Published Date2019-10-26JournalAdvances in skin & wound care, 2019-10-26
To compare wound products by measuring time to granulation tissue and time to complete wound healing for tracheostomy wounds in the pediatric population.Investigators identified 134 charts of patients treated January 2013 and June 2017; 93 charts met the inclusion criteria. This study compared the use of a foam dressing (n = 34) to the foam dressing plus a wound filler (n = 59) in patients who developed or were admitted with a wound caused by a tracheostomy device.Time in days to granulation …
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ID31599620Published Date2019-10-10JournalPsychological services, 2019-10-10
The following interview with Kevin Rowell, PhD, reflects on his experiences working as a Disaster Mental Health volunteer with the American Red Cross. Rowell provides specific details regarding the nature of his work, including setting, context, and typical duties. He discusses challenges and stressors encountered as well as how to manage potential negative impacts of working in and amongst stress. This interview sheds light on an unusual role of psychologists and highlights how the diverse s…
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ID31621428Published Date2019-10-01JournalJournal of community health nursing, 2019-10-01, Volume 36
Obesity is a major health issue. A community-based intervention was implemented on a college campus to help employees lose body weight and fat. Participants were scanned using the InBody device at pre- and post-intervention, measuring body weight, fat, and waist circumference. Participants attended 11 classes on healthy lifestyle education. A comparison of pre- and post-intervention measurements was made using a paired -test, resulting in a statistically significant difference in outcome meas…
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ID31583410Published Date2019-10-01JournalSouthern medical journal, 2019-10-01, Volume 112
To determine the comparative impact of the standard Parents as Teachers (PAT) to the nutrition and physical activity enhanced version (PATE) of the perinatal educational curriculum on compliance with infant feeding recommendations and changes in maternal infant feeding knowledge and beliefs.Women at least 18 years of age,
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Award Number1909276Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-10-01Expiration Date2022-09-30Funding Amount$259,316
The iris of the eye enables one of the most accurate, distinctive, universal, and reliable biometrics for authenticating the identity of a person. However, the accuracy of iris recognition depends on the quality of data acquisition, which is negatively affected by the angle of view, occlusion, dilation, and other factors. Since standoff iris recognition systems are much less constrained than traditional systems, the captured iris images are likely to be off-angle, dilated, and otherwise less …
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IDIEEE:8626164Published Date2019-10-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, 2019-10-01, Volume 30
With online crowdsourcing platforms, labels can be acquired at relatively low costs from massive nonexpert workers. To improve the quality of labels obtained from these imperfect crowdsourced workers, we usually let different workers provide labels for the same instance. Then, the true labels for all instances are estimated from these multiple noisy labels. This traditional general-purpose label aggregation process, solely relying on the collected noisy labels, cannot significantly improve th…
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Date Added2019-11-02
Microsoft Word - SURF Checklist.docx Page 1 of 2 Torreyson West, Ste. 328 Tel: (501) 450-3451 Fax (501) 450-5339 SURF Checklist Student Responsibilities ¨ Register to apply for SURF. ¨ Arrange to meet with designated Sponsored Programs administrator. ¨ Complete the SURF Cover Page with your mentor. ¨ Complete the SURF Student Form. ¨ Provide a vita (2-page maximum). ¨ Obtain a current sealed, official transcript from the Registrar's office. (Do NOT open!) ¨ Print out current class schedule fr…
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ID31598413Published Date2019-09-01JournalInternational journal of sports physical therapy, 2019-09-01, Volume 14
Accurate assessment of recovery following mild traumatic brain injury in adolescents can be difficult. When compared to single-task models, dual-task models that combine cognitive and motor demands may more accurately identify residual deficits that manifest during daily life and athletic play in adolescents with concussion. Previous studies have examined gait changes during a concurrent auditory task, or cognitive task.The purpose of this study was to collect and present data from a sample o…
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IDIEEE:8449099Published Date2019-09-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2019-09-01, Volume 31
Complex Event Processing (CEP) systems extract interest situations from event flows based on event detection patterns. However, local event processing for distributed Internet of Things (IoT) has not been discussed yet. Besides, it is complex or impossible to discover such patterns in some applications of IoT. In this article, we design a complex event service to process event flows based on IoT resource models, which does not depend on existing patterns, and deals with both discrete events a…
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ID31476592Published Date2019-08-22JournalNurse education today, 2019-08-22, Volume 83
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