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176 Primbs, JenniferBranches: a collection of fictionI first began this collection of fiction with the intention of having the stories tie together. Ultimately that didn't happen; however, these stories are all connected in a way because most of the characters and circumstances are from my own life. In these stories I attempt not only to portray a fe...Short stories, American2008-08
177 George, Theresa.There is a time for everything: a study of menopausal/climacteric experiences of Sikh women in Canada.This was an exploratory, descriptive study utilizing an ecological framework and a modified ethnographic methodology. The focus of the investigation was the meaning, expectations and experiences surrounding menopause and the climacteric of Sikh, Indo-Canadian women in Vancouver, British Columbia, Ca...Sikh Women; Vancouver; Anthropology1985-12
178 Young, Beverly AComparison of middle component potentials of preterm infants with preterm infants who had intraventricular hemorrhage.Fifteen preterm infants in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit, University of Utah Medical Center, were studied in an attempt to describe the middle component response (8-50 msec post-stimulus) of the auditory evoked potentials. Five of the preterm infants had intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) without ...Hemorhage; Audoitory1984-03
179 Johnson, Mark Stephen.Studies on NADH(NADPH)-cytochrome c reductase from yeast.An NADH(NADPH)-cytochrome c reductase has been isolated from an acetone powder of a top ale yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Narragansett) with a purification of 67-fold, a recovery of 2.3% and a final specific activity of 0.406 moles min('-1) mg (U/mg), and 0.312 U/mg for NADH- and NADPH-dependent ...Purification; Enzymes1984-03
180 Hougaard, Judy EllenAnalysis of organizational changes contributing to job satisfaction of registered nurses at St. Mark's Hospital: implications for nursing.The subject of job satisfaction is an important area of research in Nursing;. Those concerned with the delivery of hospital Nursing; service can benefit from efforts to understand more completely factors underlying nurses' attitudes toward their jobs. The purposes of this study were a) to describe...Nurses; Utah; St. Mark's Hospital1982-06
181 Nash, Teresa BurtFetal heart rate as a predictor of sex.The purpose of this descriptive study was to determine the relationship between the fetal heart rate during the last trimester of pregnancy and the sex of the baby. The fetal heart rates of 51 subjects were auscultated and counted between 32 and 42 weeks of gestation with the use of ultrasound moni...Satistical Analysis1982-06
182 Derricott, Harold RolandA comparison of job content and job descriptions among Utah laboratorians.The need for well-trained personnel in the medical laboratory setting has created a job market for those persons trained as medical technologists. Medical laboratory technicians and certified laboratory assistants have also taken advantage of the job market and have gained employment in the clinica...Medical Technologists; Job Descriptions1982-06
183 Han, Hsiao-FenDissecting the Role of ALP-1 and EAT-1 Proteins in Regulation of Muscle Structure and FunctionThe purpose of this dissertation is to define how muscle cells maintain their contractile machinery and how a rhythmic muscle contraction is regulated. These studies employed C. elegans as a model system to characterize pathways required for normal muscle structure and function. With easy manipul...Muscle Contraction; Muscle Proteins; Caenorhabditis elegans2010-04-21
184 Place, Janet Chandler; Specht, Jean MarieThe effects of a nutrition intervention program during pregnancy: Phase two.This study sought to identify the effects of an individual prescription for protein and kilocalorie requirement during pregnancy on subsequent maternal and infant outcomes using an experimental control group with 29 subjects in phase one and 18 subjects in phase two. The method of Nutrition;al coun...Prenatal Care; Nursing1984-06
185 Ezrati, Janet Mae Bostrom.The Relationship between self-actualization and consistency of oral contraceptive use.The relationship between degree of self-actualization and consistency of use of oral contraceptives was investigated. Self-actualization was defined as the highest level of need attainment in Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Consistency of usage referenced to the regularity with which oral contracepti...Psychology; Self-Actualization1978-06
186 Lee, Ji HyungTechnology and contemporary art center in San Francisco, CaliforniaIn contemporary society, media and technology are omnipresent; technological developments are influencing communication, production, trade, urban culture and arts. Digital media are now used widely in the domain of art. As a result, contemporary art reflects upon the characteristics of multimedia, w...Art center; Designs; Plans2007
187 Zhang, Tian Yi.Programming of immune responsiveness by end-organ metabolism of glucocorticoids.11beta-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Type 1 (11betaHSD1) catalyzes the conversion of C11-keto-glucocorticoids (GCs) to bioactive C11-hydroxy-GCs, thereby generating activating ligands for the glucocorticoid receptor. We demonstrate that immune cells of both lymphoid (immature thymocytes, CD4+/CD8+ T...immunity; Metabolism; Immue Response2007-08
188 Jia, YunluParticulate formation from pulverized coal under oxy-fuel combustion conditionsAerosol particulates are one of a variety of products generated by coal combustion. The objectives of this study were to elucidate ash particulate formation during oxy-fuel pulverized coal combustion compared to O2/N2 combustion. Oxy-fuel coal combustion conditions provide exhaust gas with a high co...Coal; Combustion; Oxy-fuel; Particulate formation2015-08
189 Hunter, Troy Darren.Outpatient community clinic patients' perceptions regarding nurse practitioner services.Perceptions and comfort levels toward nurse practitioner services were measured by questionnaire responses to patients of community clinics in the University of Utah Health Science Center system. This research was organized in a pre-experimental design and used purposive sampling techniques to acqu...Utah; Demographics2003-05
190 Haak, Sandra Watt,Drug compliance among adult hypertensive patients.The general problem considered in the study was drug compliance or adherence to a therapeutic regimen among adult hypertensive patients and the purpose of the study was to identify factors significantly associated with compliance behavior. A specific Health Belief Model was used in establishing the...Drug Therapy; Patients; Nursing1976-06
191 Beatty, Shelley Melinda Smith.An Application of automated decision logic in diagnostic radiology.The ability of computers to accumulate and evaluate information and to make it rapidly available on demand is aiding physicians. Computers are especially valuable in helping to make accurate diagnoses quickly. Results of radiologic examinations, including those using ultrasound, computed tomograph...Data Processing; Radiology, Medical1980-06
192 Frances, Mary BrownIdentification of alcohol problems among health maintenance organization patients, using the MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale.Exploratory research was conducted with 178 men and 321 women (aged 18-69), patients of FHP Utah, to test the relationship between alcoholism as measured by the MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale (MAC) and various life-problems. Problem areas included physical, emotional, job/legal/economic, and family/soci...Diagnosis; Psychotherapy1981-08
193 Simin, Karl Joseph.Transforming Growth Factor-Beta in Drosophila: characterization of punt and a screen for transcriptionally regulated targets.Transforming Growth Factor-Beta (TGF-Beta) signaling mediates a wide variety of biological activities including, growth and repair processes, tissue specification, modulation of endocrine activities, and apoptosis. TGF-Beta signaling components are highly conserved evolutionarily; thus our characte...Punt alleles; TGF-beta; Drosophila; Signal transduction; Genetics; Molecular Biology2001-08
194 Goering, Lisa M.T-box transcription factor interactions in the zebrafish mesoderm: regulation of gene expression and cell fate.T-box genes encode related transcription factors that regulate tissue specification and morphogenesis in vertebrates. Whereas individual T-box genes are commonly expressed across broad domains of precursor cells, phenotypic analyses of mutant embryos indicate that T-box genes often have regionally p...Genetics; Genetic Transmissibility2003-05
195 Lee, CarolNeeds of the bereaved in a hospice setting: implications for nursing.Nursing; care given patients on an inpatient hospice unit is intrinsically different form Nursing; care delivery in an acute care setting. Hospice units are specifically designed to help the dying and their families. This study was conducted to gain further understanding of needs of the bereaved a...Terminal Care; Breavement1983-12
196 Tilly, Kathryn LouiseStudies on bacteriophage and host genes involved in morphogenesis.Studies on characteristics of Staphylococcus aureus the staphylococcal alpha hemolysin or exotoxin in cell free filtrates, rather than coagulase, correlated with the lethal effects in suckling mice. As observed in these studies alpha hemolysin production was increased by prolonged incubation of S. a...Genetics, Microbial; Morphogenesis1982-08
197 Nietrzeba, Patricia MaguireBiological effects over time of mid-frequency, low current electrical fields on rat tissues.Electrical impedance has been used to measure a variety of physiological events and to assess characteristics of tissues and organ systems. The technique requires the generation of an alternating current field within the biological system by means of surface electrodes. When current is passed thro...Impedance, Bioelectric; Physiological1981-06
198 Chaudhry, Imtiaz A.Role of various neurotransmitter systems in the phenomenon of amphetamine-induced reverse tolerance.The potential role of various neurotransmitter systems was investigated in the phenomenon of amphetamine-induced reverse tolerance. CF-1 mice were treated daily with amphetamine to produce reverse tolerance to the stereotypic effects of the drug. After amphetamine withdrawal, the enhanced responsive...Cyproheptadine; Diazepam1990-08
199 Campfield, Deborah GailSituational stressors perceived and identified by pediatric nurses.Little is written in regard to the stresses encountered in pediatric Nursing;. The insufficiency of evidence confirming the belief that critical care Nursing; is more stressful than other types of Nursing; care, together with the limited knowledge of pediatric Nursing; stress, provided the impetus ...Intensive Care Units, Neonatal; Intensive Care Units, Pediatric1983-12
200 Burns, Jody.The effect of teaching/learning groups on retention of hypertension education.Hypertension education was presented to clients involved in the Pedigree Oriental Screening for Hypertension (POSH) Program in Salt Lake City, Utah. These clients received the education in one of three teaching learning groups: those taught individually, those taught with nuclear family members, ...Patient Education; High Blood Pressure1979-06
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