101 - 125 of 1,138
Number of results to display per page
CreatorTitleDescriptionSubjectDate
101 Schmidt, Meic H.Benzoporphyrin derivative and light-emitting diode for use in photodynamic therapy: applications of space light-emitting diode technologyPhotodynamic therapy (PDT) is a cancer treatment modality that recently has been applied as adjuvant therapy for rain tumors. PDT consists of intravenously injecting a photosensitizer, which preferentially accumulates in tumor ells, into a patient and then activating the photosensitizer with a light...Benzoporphyrin; Photodynamic therapy; Brain tumors; Photofrin1998
102 Caserta, Michael; Lund, Dale A.Bereavement stress and coping among older adults: expectations versus the actual experienceThis investigation compared the stress and coping levels of 108 older adults who recently lost their spouse with expectations of stress and coping reported by eighty-five matched nonbereaved controls. While the bereaved reported moderately high stress levels over two years, their stress scores were ...Coping; Bereavement stress; Spousal bereavement1992
103 Mitchell, Joyce A.Beyond relevance--characteristics of key papers for clinicians: an exploratory study in an academic settingObjective: The purpose of this study was to determine what factors beyond relevance influence a clinician's decision to choose to read one journal article over another in satisfying an information need. Design: Seventeen health care providers were interviewed and then surveyed regarding the characte...1996-01-01
104 Baehr, WolfgangBilateral retinal and brain tumors in transgenic mice expressing simian virus 40 large T antigen under control of the human interphotoreceptor retinoid-binding protein promoterWe have previously shown that postnatal expression of the viral oncoprotein SV40 T antigen in rod photoreceptors (transgene MOT1), at a time when retinal cells have withdrawn from the mitotic cycle, leads to photoreceptor cell death (Al-Ubaidi et al., 1992. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 89:1194-1198)....Simian virus 40; Retinol-Binding Proteins; Promoter Regions (Genetics)1992
105 Bernstein, Paul S.Biochemical characterization of the retinoid isomerase system of the eyeWe have previously shown that membranes from the retinal pigment epithelium can transform added all-trans-retinol into a mixture of 11-cis-retinoids, demonstrating the "missing reaction" in the visual cycle for the first time (Bernstein, P. S., Law, W. C., and Rando, R. R. (1987) Proc. Natl. Acad. S...Hydrogen-Ion Concentration1987
106 Mitchell, Joyce A.Bioinformatics linkage of heterogeneous clinical and genomic information in support of personalized medicineObjectives: Biomedical Informatics as a whole faces a difficult epistemological task, since there is no foundation to explain the complexities of modeling clinical medicine and the many relationships between genotype, phenotype, and environment. This paper discusses current efforts to investigate su...2007-01-01
107 Narus, Scott P.Birth of identity: Understanding changes to birth certificates and their value for identity resolutionIntroduction Identity information is often used to link records within or among information systems in public health and clinical settings. The quality and stability of birth certificate identifiers impacts both the success of linkage efforts and the value of birth certificate registries for identit...2014-01-01
108 Gardner, Reed M.Blood Pressure Monitoring: Sharing Common Elements, ProblemsBiomedical Informatics1982
109 Varner, Michael W.Blood transfusion and cesarean delivery.OBJECTIVE: To evaluate risks for intraoperative or postoperative packed red blood cell transfusion in women who underwent cesarean delivery. METHODS: This was a 19-university prospective observational study. All primary cesarean deliveries from January 1, 1999, to December 31, 2000, and all repeat c...Blood Transfusion; Postpartum Hemorrhage; Pregnancy Complications; Anemia2006-10
110 Agarwal, NiveditaBrain function monitoring during off-pump cardiac surgery: a case reportBackground: Early postoperative stroke is an adverse syndrome after coronary bypass surgery. This report focuses on overcoming of cerebral ischemia as a result of haemodynamic instability during heart enucleation in off-pump procedure. Case presentation: A 67 year old male patient, Caucasian race, ...2008
111 Warner, Homer R.Bringing HELP to the Clinical Laboratory - Use of an Expert System to Provide Automatic Interpretation of Laboratory DataBiomedical Informatics1987
112 Blumenthal, Donald K.C subunits binding to the protein kinase A RI alpha dimer induce a large conformational change.We present structural data on the RI alpha isoform of the cAMP-dependent protein kinase A that reveal, for the first time, a large scale conformational change within the RI alpha homodimer upon catalytic subunit binding. This result infers that the inhibition of catalytic subunit activity is not the...Protein Kinase; cAMP2004-04-30
113 Frey, Lewis J.ca! - emergency and disaster recovery system extensions to caBIG™During Hurricane Katrina, US Federal and State Agencies had disparate data acquisition systems, separate data networks and unique incompatible applications. •System incompatibilities exist even between various Federal agencies. •Consistent data available to one agency should be available to an...caBIG; Data acquisition systems; Data sharing; Information sharing; Trapeze Interactive Poster2009-09-23
114 Baehr, WolfgangCalcium-sensitive particulate guanylyl cyclase as a modulator of cAMP in olfactory receptor neuronsThe second messengers cAMP and inositol-1,4,5-triphosphate have been implicated in olfaction in various species. The odorant-induced cGMP response was investigated using cilia preparations and olfactory primary cultures. Odorants cause a delayed and sustained elevation of cGMP. A component of this c...Calcium-Binding Proteins; Nerve Tissue Proteins; Rats, Sprague-Dawley1998
115 Baehr, WolfgangCalcium-sensitive regions of GCAP1 as observed by chemical modifications, fluorescence, and EPR spectroscopiesGuanylyl cyclase-activating proteins are EF-hand Ca(2+)-binding proteins that belong to the calmodulin superfamily. They are involved in the regulation of photoreceptor membrane-associated guanylyl cyclases that produce cGMP, a second messenger of vertebrate vision. Here, we investigated changes in ...Amino Acid Motifs; Cyclic N-Oxides; EF Hand Motifs2001
116 Gardner, Reed M.Calibration and Quality Control in the Pulmonary Laboratory - Why? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1983
117 Warner, Homer R.Can Automation Make Interactive Medical History Taking Feasbile and Acceptable?Biomedical Informatics1974
118 Digre, Kathleen B.; Blumenthal, Deborah T.; Cessna, Melissa H.; Gopez, Evelyn V.; Shen, YueCarcinomatous meningitis as the presenting manifestation of gallbladder carcinoma: case report and review of the literatureThe primary tumors that typically cause carcinomatous meningitis include lung cancer, breast cancer, leukemia, lymphoma and melanoma. A variety of neurological signs and symptoms can be seen depending on the extent and location of the meningeal metastasis. Once the diagnosis of carcinomatous meningi...Carcinomatous Meningitis; Gallbladder Carcinoma; Leptomeningeal Metastasis; Meningeal Carcinomatosis; Cranial Neuropathy2004-10
119 Warner, Homer R.Cardiovascular Effects of Glucagon Following Cardiac SurgeryBiomedical Informatics1970
120 Llanque, Sarah M.Caregiver stress: a concept analysisThe purpose of this concept analysis is to provide clarity on the concept of caregiver stress as it pertains to the caregiver of people with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.2014-01-01
121 Couldwell, William T.; Orlandi, Richard R.Carotid artery-sparing repair of a cavernous carotid artery pseudoaneurysmCarotid artery (CA) injury after transsphenoidal and endoscopic sinus surgery is a well-recognized but fortunately rare complication.1 It is associated with significant morbidity and mortality rates5 and is more common in cases of repeated surgery, cavernous sinus invasion, prior radiotherapy, and ...Carotid artery; Sinus; Pseudoaneurysm; Endoscopic surgery2006
122 Schmidt, Meic H.Castleman disease of the spine mimicking a nerve sheath tumorCastleman disease is a rare lymphoproliferative disease of unknown cause. In most cases, afflicted patients present with a mediastinal mass although the disease may manifest in numerous other sites, including intracranially and rarely intraspinally. The authors report on the case of a 19-year-old wo...Castleman disease; Nerve sheath tumor2007
123 Olson, Randall J.; Crandall, Alan S.; Pingree, Michael F.Cataract surgery complications in 1 year at an academic institutionPURPOSE: To delineate all complication rates of cataract surgery and define normative rates, trends, and outliers as part of continuous quality management. SETTING: John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah Health Sciences Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. METHODS: All cataract surgeries done at...Intraoperative Complications/Epidemiology; Adverse Effects; Cataract Surgery1999-05
124 Gluf, Wayne M.; Gottfried, Oren N.; Schmidt, Meic H.Cavernous hemangioma of the skull presenting with subdural hematomaCavernous hemangioma of the calvarium is a very rare disease, and patients usually present with headaches or a visible skull deformity. Few reports of patients presenting with intradiploic or epidural hemorrhages are found in the literature. No cases of an intradural hemorrhage from a cavernous hema...Hemangioma, Cavernous; Skull; Hematoma, Subdural2004-07-15
125 Schmidt, Meic H.Cavernous hemangioma of the skull presenting with subdural hematomaCavernous hemangioma of the calvaria is a very rare disease, and patients usually present with headaches or a visible skull deformity. Few reports of patients presenting with intradiploic or epidural hemorrhages are found in the literature. No case of an intradural hemorrhage from a cavernous hemang...Calvaria; Cavernous hemangioma2004
101 - 125 of 1,138