Oct 13, 2016

Journal of Family Medicine

Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy: Thoughts Expressed During Motivational Interviewing

Abstract: Background: While underserved pregnant women smoke for many of the same reasons as smokers in general, there are other factors contributing to higher smoking prevalence. Health interventions require an understanding of the problem if they are to be appropriately targeted and effective....

Oct 13, 2016

Journal of Family Medicine

Improving the Cultural Competence Level of Community Nurses through an Intervention

Abstract: Background: Cultural competent care seems to improve quality of care. Community nurses and otherhealth care professionals should have the knowledge and skills in understanding and dealing with immigrant patients/clients....

Oct 13, 2016

Journal of Family Medicine

Missed Oportunities of Tobacco Cessation Interventions in Hospitalized Patients

Abstract: The hospitalization of smokers is an additional motivation to cessation, as it poses forced abstinence.Studies including outpatients that attended a cessation clinic reveals differences in self-reported and biochemically verified abstinence...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Gastroenterology

Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection of a Gastric Cardia Cancer Demonstrating Distinctive Progression from a Small Hyperplastic Polyp

Abstract: We report a rare case of endoscopic observations of the distinctive progression of a small hyperplastic polyp (HP) with low grade dysplasia to early gastric cardia cancer in a background of atrophic pangastritis that led to...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences

Rheological Properties of Yoghurt Manufactured by using Different Types of Hydrocolloids

Abstract: Several ingredients are added to many food systems in order to deliver a wide selection of products for the consumer. Food hydrocolloids or food gums are added to food systems for many reasons, principally adjusting the texture,...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Impact of Pre-Pregnancy Maternal Obesity on Nuchal Translucency Measurement at Time of First-Trimester Screening: A Single Center Retrospective Analysis

Abstract: Objective: To evaluate the impact of pre-pregnancy maternal obesity on Nuchal Translucency (NT) measurement during a first trimester screen ultrasonographic examination....

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Biology

Mechanisms through which Chemical Compounds Produced by Mammals or Plants Delay Chronological Aging in Yeast

Abstract: The budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a valuable model for uncovering molecular mechanisms of cellular aging in multicellular eukaryotic organisms [1-3]. Because of the relatively short and easily...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics

Analsis of the Efficiency of Fiber Optic Sos-Type Biosensor Work at the Different Ways of the Sensitive Layer Formation

Abstract: It was analyzed the efficiency of different ways for the functionalization of optrodes by the referent cells at the determination of the gene toxicity of a different chemical substances. As biosensor structure it was taken fiber optical...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Hematology

CLL-IPI: A New and Improved Staging System for CLL

Abstract: The Rai and Binet clinical staging systems, which rely on physical examination and blood counts, have represented for more than 40 years the basis for prognostication of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Hematology

Monoblasts Exhibiting Phagocytosis: A Well-Known Feature Seen Occasionally

Abstract: Phagocytosis is a well-known function of the granulocytic and mononuclear cell series. Phagocytic activity of myeloblasts particularly monoblasts has also been described in literature but morphologically...

Oct 13, 2016

Austin Food Sciences

Carcass and Meat Quality of Growing Meat Goats as Influenced by Dietary Protein and Gastrointestinal Nematode Challenge

Abstract: The effect of increased dietary protein supply on repeated Gastrointestinal Nematode (GIN) parasite Haemonchuscontortus infection was assessed in growing meat goats. Using a 22 factorial design, 16 intact male bucks were...

Oct 12, 2016

Annals of Obesity & Disorders

Changes in the 5- AMP Concentration of Skeletal Muscles on Acetic Acid Treatment Under Fed or Starved Conditions in Rats

Abstract: Acetic acid is an endogenous compound produced and utilized for biological fuel under starved conditions. Under fed conditions, the acetic acid administered would be metabolized to acetyl-CoA with concomitant formation of intracellular...

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