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8 Continuing education course in microbiology for registered nursesContinuing education in the health professions is now a necessity for the administration of quality health care. Continuing education courses can provide awarenesses of technological changes as well as refresh memories of basic principles and theories once learned in undergraduate schooling. The nur...Utah; Clinical Microbiology1979-08
9 Effect of incubation in vitro with triamcinolone acetonide on murine heart and skin allograft survivalMouse neonatal heart fragments or adult skin grafts were incubated either in a aqueous suspension of triamcinolone acetonide (TA) or in saline before grafting to isogeneic and allogeneic recipients. Almost invariably, TA incubated (40 or 10 mg/ml) heart fragment grafts failed to develop pulsatile o...Graft vs Host Reaction1973-06
10 Polymer Transfected Primary Myoblasts- Mediated Angiogenic Gene Therapy for Ischemic Heart DiseasePolymer transfected primary myoblasts-mediated angiogenic gene therapy is proposed as a new therapeutic regime for ischemic heart disease. The conventional drug therapy and surgical treatment can neither regenerate the lost myocardium nor restore the damaged blood supply after cardiac infarction....Coronary Heart Disease; Myoblast Transfer Therapy2010-02-10
11 Effect of pellet-cladding interaction (PCI) and degradation mechanisms on spent nuclear fuel rod mechanical performance during transportationThis study evaluates the structural integrity of spent nuclear fuel (SNF) rods under impacts caused by accidents during transportation. SNF rods consist of uranium dioxide fuel pellets encapsulated in a zircaloy cladding tube. The linear and nonlinear buckling analysis of a typical 532 mm (21 in.) l...Chemistry; Civil engineering; Nuclear engineering2016
12 Factors responsible for the differential survival of heart and skin allografts in inbred rats.It is common observation that orthotopic skin allografts are rejected acutely across certain histoincompatibility barriers in which surgically anastomosed hearts often survive for many months. In three normal or treated rat strain combinations that exhibit this pattern, neonatal heart tissue grafte...Immunology; Rats1973-06
13 Culture, conflict, and human remains: a comparative case study of American Indian and American mainstream cultureLimited coverage has been given to comparative studies involving the nature of cultural discourse between American Indians and American mainstream society. This thesis compares two incidents of American Indian and American mainstream discourse involving rare similar circumstances and substantially d...Archaeology; Conflict; Culture; Human remains; Kennewick man; On your knees cave2013-08
14 Health, medicine, and power in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, 1869-1945This dissertation examines the social history of medicine in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. It contends that race and class played disproportionate roles in the creation and evolution of Progressive Era health reforms. White middle-class residents ...Medicine; Mormon; Public health; Race; Religion2012-12
15 Insights into Glioma Initiation and Maintenance Through the Analysis of Mutant BRAF and HBEGFGliomas are the most common primary brain tumor and are associated with a poor prognosis. Understanding the essential factors in the formation of these tumors is critical to improve the treatment of this disease. We report a thorough investigation of two potential drivers in the formation and mainte...2016-12
16 Estimating energy availability and examining its association with bone mineral density in male cyclistsResearch indicates that male cyclists are at risk for low bone mineral density (BMD), which has largely been attributed to the lack of bone loading afforded by the sport of cycling. There may, however, be other reasons for the low BMD seen in male cyclists including low energy availability resulting...bone health; cycling; endurance sports; energy availability; Nutrition; Kinesiology2012-12
17 Evaluation of surgery in rheumatic heart disease.Clinical and/or hemodynamic studies were carried out on 39 patients with mitral stenosis, before and after surgery. Criteria have been established for more precise diagnosis and an attempt has been made to evaluate objectively the results of mitral surgery. To determine the significance of mitral ...Hemodyamic; Electrocardiographic1955-05
18 Pins, felt, and cloth: performing Mormon feminismThe sculptural series Seer Bonnets (2009-present) by artist Angela Ellsworth addresses issues of gender, polygamy, and the historical recovery of Mormon pioneer artifacts and culture. Seer Bonnet X, XI, and XII in the collection of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts are positioned in this thesis as a case...Mormon faith; Sunbonnets; Pioneer women2014-05
19 Testing the measures of a man: a validity analysis of six masculinity normsVery few studies have investigated the construct validity of measures of masculinity. This study analyzed multitrait multimethod matrices of male and female subscale scores from the Male Role Norms Inventory-Revised (MRNI-R), the Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory (CMNI), and the Gender Role Co...Construct validity; Masculinity; Measurement2012-08
20 The geology of Antimony Canyon area Garfield and Piute Counties, UtahThe writer gratefully acknowledges the supervision and assistance of Dean A. J. Eardley in the field and during the preparation of this report. Many thanks are due Dr. W. L. Stokes, Dr. D. J. Jones and Dr. J. Berg for aid and Dr. A. F. Sanborn for aid and suggestion in the preparation of the manuscr...Geology -- Utah -- Garfield County; Piute County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project2010
21 Bioreducible Polymer-Mediated Gene Therapy for the Treatment of Ischemic Heart DiseaseCoronary heart disease, especially myocardial infarction, is a serious and deadly disease that remains the number one cause of death in developed nations. While physicians have a wide array of drugs and tools at their disposal to treat myocardial infarction, there is a scarcity of drugs that effecti...2013-05
22 Derivation of evaluation survey data from proficiency testing for infectious mononucleosisTwo standard tests for infectious mononucleosis (the Davidsohn differential and the ox cell hemolysin test) and ten slide tests Monotest (Wampole), Monospot (Ortho), Monosticon (Organon), Diagluto I. M. (Beckman), I. M. Kit (Micro. Res. Corp.), Mono-Diff (Wampole), Bacto-Hetrol (Difco), Monosticon ...Monuncleosis1974-12
23 Foundations for a lifetime: a qualitative inquiry into the recollection, reconstruction and meaning-making process of cadaver dissectionCadaver dissection has been a central part of the education of medical professionals for centuries. Throughout that time, anatomists have claimed that dissection is a learning experience rich with life lessons encompassing more than simply gross anatomy. Yet, no published empirical data exist of the...Anatomy; Cadaver; Dissection; Longitudinal; Medical education; Qualitative2013-08
24 Frequency of false electrocardiogram alarms in the intensive care unit/coronary care unitThe purpose of this study was to determine how often a false electrocardiogram (ECG) alarm occurred in an intensive care unit (ICU) or coronary care unit (CCU). Nine patients were monitored for 12-1/2 hours. The false alarms that occurred were documented and the cause was noted. Five patients were...Electrocardiography; Coronary care units1984-06
25 Narrative and language use: how mothers regard school-aged childrenPrevious research documents the tendency for listeners to assign negative attributes to children with communication disorders. However, variability within rater groups has been large across studies. Factors that influence ratings remain unaccounted for. In this study, 60 mothers rated 1-minute narra...ADHD; Biases; Listeners' perceptions; Narrative; SLI; Specific language impairment2013-08
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