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76 Hyde, Robyn MarieSenseless nucleic acid macromolecules: synthesis, charatcerization and biological studiesA substantial amount of research is currently being undertaken to create new anti-Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) drugs. Currently, 14 drugs belonging to three classes are approved for use in the treatment of HIV. Combination therapy utilizing drugs with different mechanisms of action does initia...Physiology; Metabolism; Analysis2002-05
77 Bondani, AugustoInteraction of calcium and local anesthetics with skeletal muscle microsomesThe influence of Ca++, several drugs, and pH on the binding of Ca++ by skeletal muscle microsomes was studies in vitro. A mass-law graphic analysis of the results revealed the presence of three distinct species of Ca++-binding sites in the microsomes, and the binding at only one of these sites was ...Pharmacokinetics; Drug Studies1969-08
78 Mann, N. ClayAttempt at the integration of indigenous and Western medicines in BoliviaAn analysis was made of cultural components related directly to health and illness among rural inhabitants living on the high plains of the Andean mountains of Bolivia in order to identify constraints that may hinder the integration of traditional and Western medical regimes in the area. The paper:...Bolivia; Medical Care; Andean Mountains1990-06
79 Stolk, Jacob AbrahamIn vivo 31p NMR as a noninvasive tool to study rodent cerebral metabolism as a function of ageNuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies were performed with a two turn copper foil surface coil employing a unique transposition design that incorporates an explicit center tap ground of a widened bottom layer. Flexibility permitted easy conformation to tissues of interest thereby enhancing coil pe...Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Rats1990-03
80 Weeks, Joseph KeithFluidized-bed processing of Utah tar sandsAn indirect thermal method for recovering bitumen from oil-impregnated rock or tar sand using a two-stage, fluidized-bed reactor is developed. Ground tar sand is fed into a coking bed with a screw conveyor, where the bitumen is cracked, releasing volatile hydrocarbons and coating the sand particles ...Oil sands, Utah1977
81 Patel, Dali Jehangir.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
82 Dahlman, SuzanneThe influence of a birth film on attitudes toward labor and deliveryThis study was an attempt to determine the influence of viewing a birth film upon attitudes of expectant parents toward labor and delivery when the film was seen within the context of established prenatal classes. The data shows that neither the birth film nor the parents' own childbirth experience...Childbirth; Parents1970-06
83 Hunter, Tana WalchEffect of diabetic control on glycosylated hemoglobin and high-density lipoprotein levelsThis study investigated the relationship between diabetic control and heart disease risk in diabetic subjects. Glycosylated hemoglobin (Hb Alc) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels were used as control and risk indicators. The purpose of the study was to describe the relationship between indi...Atherosclerosis; Heart Disease1982-03
84 Shun, Shiow-ChingPsychometric testing of three fatigue instruments with cancer outpatients in TaiwanThe main purposes of this descriptive, repeated measures methodological study were to (a) examine the psychometric properties (reliabilities and validities) of the Chinese versions of the Cancer Fatigue Scale (C-CFS), the Fatigue Symptom Inventory (C-FSI), and the Schwartz Cancer Fatigue Scale-revis...Fatigue; Cancer Patients; Nursing2005-12
85 Davis, MarkFriction reduction in co-axial catheter systemsThe purpose of these experiments was to evaluate the effectiveness of treating manufactured catheters with radio-frequency induced plasma to obtain decreased static and dynamic friction between treated and non-treated catheters. This was accomplished by treating the catheters for 0, 5, 30, 120 and ...Silicone Elastomers; Silicone Rubber1983-12
86 McKay, Mary AnnDepression among older divorced peopleThis ex post facto, descriptive, correlational study was designed to examine the degree of depression of 106 currently-divorced individuals over 50 years of age who had been married at least 15 years, separated not more than 4 years, divorced 3 years or less and living in Salt Lake County, Utah. Mea...Single Person; Social Environment; Utah1988-03
87 Close, Devin WStructural and Biochemical Studies of the Transcription Elongation Factors Spt6 and TexProper gene expression relies on the precise coordination of cellular processes that influence packaging, transcription, and processing of the genetic material. Linkage and regulation of these processes is organized by factors that remodel and modify nucleosomes, regulate transcription, and influ...Transcription Factors2010-02-19
88 Chen, Hsinyo.The effects of trimethadione and ethosuximide on ion movement across the toad bladder.The effects of three drugs, pentylenetetrazol (PTZ), trimethadione (TMO), and ethosuximide on ion movement across the isolated toad urinary bladder as deduced from changes in short current (SCC) were studied, singly and in combination. The effects of the drugs were measured under control conditions...Physiology; Ethosuximide1975-06
89 Lauderdale, Jana L.The unbroken cord: the experience of infant relinquishment through adoption.This descriptive, exploratory study was designed to develop an understanding of women's experiences with infant relinquishment through adoption. Twelve women participated in the study. In this society, the single pregnant woman considering adoption has two acceptable alternatives: (a) closed adoptio...Field Research; Birthmother1992-06
90 Shu, Jing.An Analysis of knowledge engineering process.Knowledge engineering is the process of building and maintaining the knowledge base of an expert system. This research is focused on knowledge engineering process. This thesis analyzes the different intellectual task involved in creating completed frames in the hematology domain, which is part of ...Medical Informatics; Data Processing; Computer-Assisted Decision-Making1991-06
91 Foster, Terrel Ann.The relationship of life stress in preschool children and their mothers.Health care professionals are increasingly concerned as they recognize the influence of life stress upon the health of those within contemporary society. Research supports this concern by substantiating the hypothesis that life stress can evoke a wide variety of physiological and psychological chan...Stress; Parent and Child; Psychology1977-12
92 Smith, James CarrIliad: a computer program for managing personal bibliographic knowledge bases.ILIAD is a microcomputer based program that has been developed to facilitate the construction and management of bibliographic knowledge bases. The contents of these knowledge bases are selected bibliographic citations to the literature. The knowledge base contents are organized by knowledge models...Bibliography of Medicine; Databases, Bibliographic1986-06
93 Oliver, Wade AustinSelenium removal processes from Great Salt Lake, Utah: estimating sedimentation and verifying volatilization fluxesRemoval processes for selenium (Se) from the Great Salt Lake, Utah (GSL) are investigated by estimation of sedimentation flux from analysis of lake cores and direct measurement of volatilization flux for comparison to a predictive model. To estimate Se removal by sedimentation, lake sediment core...Lake sediments, Utah, Great Salt Lake;Selenium, Utah, Great Salt Lake; Great Salt Lake (Utah)2008-05
94 Von der Ahe, Laurie; Weeks, LaurieLow versus high fluid therapy in infants with respiratory distress.Two hundred and two neonates, ranging from 24 to 38 weeks gestation, were retrospectively studied to determine the relationship between volumes of fluid delivered and associated morbidity and mortality. Fluid intakes were calculated on a cc/kg/day basis for the first 5 days of life. Descriptive st...Parenteral Nutrition; Infant, Newborn1985-08
95 Karp, Tracy BEffect of caloric concentration of initial feeding on incidence of feeding intolerance in very-low-birth-weight infants.Feeding the very low birth weight (VLBW) infant (birth weight less than 1500 grams) is an area of Nutrition;al management without consistent application. Various caloric concentrations have been recommended for the first enteral feeding. The problem of this study was to identify the effect of the ...Neonatal; gastrpomtestoma; Phpysiology1982-06
96 Barker, GayleConflict management behavior of the staff nurse.The purpose of this study was to determine the conflict management behavior modes most often employed by the registered staff nurse at McKay-Dee hospital Center in Ogden, Utah and St. Mark’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. To accomplish this objective, a descriptive approach was employed u...Conflict Management; Utah; Nurses1984-08
97 Dawson, Renée Janine.Kinetics of homologous recombination in Xenopus oocytes: effects of homology length and substrate concentration.We use oocyte nuclei from the South African frog, Xenopus laevis, as an in vivo system for the study of extrachromosomal homologous recombination. Previous experiments from our lab have best supported an annealing mechanism which we refer to as resection-annealing to emphasize the role of the 5'? 3...Kinetics; DNA1995-12
98 Gordon, Donna Marie.Use of a relaxation/guided-imagery tape to improve the experience and outcome of pregnancy in nulliparas.This is a study of the relationships between illness proneness, life change stress, and toxemia of pregnancy. Illness proneness, common pregnancy symptoms and life change stress data were obtained from the Utah-IIIC test battery developed and administered by the Pregnancy, Illness Proneness, and St...Nursing; Birthweight; Blood Pressure1984-12
99 Gennaro, John Louis.A Computerized radiology ordering/reporting system based on most likely diagnoses.This descriptive study (1) identified and compared the stress levels and coping mechanisms of 24 parents of pediatric heart transplant patients and pediatric patients with chronic heart disease and, (2) identified ways health care providers can assist these parents in the coping process. Both groups...Medicine; Data Processing; Radiology, Medical1980-03
100 Pitcher, Donna LouA tool to measure perceptions of school nurse functions.The purpose of this study was to develop a tool to measure adults' and adolescents' perceptions of school nurse function. Two major steps were involved in the formulation of the questionnaire, Perceptions of School Nurse Functions. The initial step involved the formation of the 71 items, a review ...Questionnaire; Statistics1973-08
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