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Proposed Assisted Living Regulations Would Allow Facilities to Rent Inaccessible Rooms to Persons Who Use Wheelchairs or Walkers

Consumer coalition calls for quality standards to protect Pennsylvania families from inadequate regulations PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania's proposed assisted living regulations would allow facilities to rent rooms to residents that do not meet current sa...

Mother’s Attitude Towards Immunisation Makes it Inaccessible to Childre

A recent study stated that mothers of unimmunised children differ in their attitude with those of partially immunised in a number of ways//. This is the first large scale study of its kind in the UK, and suggests that different approaches are needed to maximise uptake of immunisation in these ...

CCHRINT Announces FDA Reported Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine

... companies seeking approval for their drugs to go to market. For years the information contained in the FDA's MedWatch reporting system has been inaccessible and therefore virtually useless for consumers and doctors. CCHR's stance has always been that consumers have the right to this information for then ...

Canonsburg Woman Undergoes Robot-Assisted Weight Loss Procedure at AGH

...edures can be performed through just a few small incisions. The precision perfect arms of the robot, however, offer easier access to some of the more inaccessible areas in the body, Dr. Uchal said. Ms. Eustis underwent a complex bariatric procedure at AGH on May 11 in which Dr. Uchal converted her from on...

Positive CHMP Opinion for JAVLOR(R) in Metastatic Treatment of Bladder Cancer After Failure of a Prior Platinum-Containing Regimen

...n with experts at the University of Poitiers (France), enabled the selective introduction of two fluorine atoms in a part of that structure previously inaccessible by classic chemistry, thereby leading to the first bi-fluorinated vinca alkaloid. Besides its original structure, JAVLOR(R) exhibits unique pha...

Availability of diagnostic tests drive success in hospitalist-run short-stay units

...ntual admission to traditional inpatient services was not required. Of the 738 patients, 71% (582) had successful SSU stays. Patients who received inaccessible tests or specialty consultations were much more likely to have an unsuccessful stay than patients who did not. For example, patients who received a co...

Estrogen linked to lowered immunity in fish

...robe invades a person or animal, that microbe must obtain iron from its host. To 'fight' the microbe, a host can 'suck up iron' and store it in places inaccessible to the microbe. In mammals, hepcidin is a key player in how the host takes up and stores iron." The study, Identification of centrarchid hepcidins ...

IBM Announces New Healthcare Industry Solutions Lab in China

...tise, providers can better serve patients through collaborative, coordinated health systems based on open industry standards. Much of China faces inaccessible and expensive medical care as large hospitals are overburdened with patients and community healthcare providers remain stagnant. In 2008, the number...

ASA plus clopidogrel reduces heart attack risk in patients with acute coronary syndrome

...th STEMI/ACS. Sanofi-Aventis provided all data requested by IQWiG for the 3 largest and most important studies. In this way, essential data previously inaccessible to the public could be incorporated into the assessment. Patients with acute coronary syndrome without ST-segment elevation: clopidogrel plus ASA ...

Apollo Unifies All Patient Media With Enterprise Patient Media Manager

...ifies all patient media without disruption, thereby transforming previously inaccessible multimedia files into a unified clinical information solution. The Apollo ..., outside of traditional PACS deployments, clinical multimedia is virtually inaccessible and unsecured," said Mark Newburger, CEO of Apollo. "Apollo EPMM(TM) provi...
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Ipsogen Announces Three Studies at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Meeting Extending the Utility of the Genomic Grade Index for Predicting Response to Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer

...sands of patients with leukemia, Ipsogen is now also targeting breast cancer. Its initial goal will be to provide diagnostic information that has been inaccessible until now. Ipsogen is also a partner of choice for biopharmaceutical companies committed to revolutionary theranostics. Strengthened by its first-ra...

On World AIDS Day, CHF International Calls for Community Mobilization and Local Capacity Building to Fight HIV/AIDS

... At the same time, there is also a growing divide between community-based and traditional health care mechanisms, with clinical health services often inaccessible to the rural poor, and under-resourced community-based providers lacking the technical and organizational capacity to provide comprehensive care and s...

WaveSense Blood Glucose Meter One of Few Brands to Pass Rigorous TNO Tests

...ed technologies that enable high accuracy glucose monitoring products. WaveSense employs Dynamic Electrochemistry to extract a spectrum of information inaccessible to traditional static electrochemistry methods. WaveSense technology aids in the detection of a wide range of variables that can distort a glucose rea...
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Model 200

Description:... The Magstim Model 200 uses a brief magnetic pulse to stimulate deep and otherwise inaccessible nerves. World market leader in Magnetic Nerve Stimulators. Based upon equipment first developed by the University of Sheffield in 1985. A powerful mon...
Company:Magstim Company US LLC
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Pushmi-pullyu of B-cell development discovered

...of pearls, which help keep the hereditary molecule from becoming irretrievably tangled. When wrapped tightly around these spools, individual genes are inaccessible to the molecules that bind and activate them. Second, many of the genes have small methyl groups, a carbon and three hydrogen atoms (CH3), on their DN...

DNA barcoding of mosquito species deployed in bid to end elephantiasis

...undation works to aggregate, digitize, synthesize and make easily available important biodiversity information from developing countries that is often inaccessible to potential users, including conservation managers, policy makers and the public. "Earth's plant and animal species are declining at an alarming...

UGA licenses invention that kills food-borne pathogens in minutes

...technologies, such as ozone, as well. Ozone, a short-lived gas, must be produced using specialized equipment immediately upon use, thus making its use inaccessible to the majority of companies in the food industry. Gennaro Gama, a senior technology manager with UGARF, said that the new product also could be u...

Story tips from the Departments of Energy's Oak Ridge National Lab -- March 2009

...l.gov ] MATERIALS -- Bulk metallic insight . . . A combination of neutron, X-ray and atom-probe analysis has given researchers previously inaccessible insight to the atomic structure of a new multicomponent bulk metallic glass. The research by a team led by Xun-Li Wang of the Department of Energy's O...

Ancient African exodus mostly involved men, geneticists find

...ill be a powerful tool for future historical and anthropological studies, since it can illuminate differences in female and male populations that were inaccessible to previous methods. While the researchers cannot say for sure why more men than women participated in the dispersion from Africaor how natural se...

Planetary 'first family' discovered by astronomers using Gemini and Keck Observatories

...he survey is using adaptive optics systems at Gemini, Keck and VLT in Chile to constrain the Jupiter-mass planet populations in a range of separations inaccessible to other exoplanet detection techniques. This discovery was made after observing only a few stars, which may lead to the conclusion that Jupiter-mass ...

Planetary "first family" discovered by astronomers using Gemini and Keck Observatories

...he survey is using adaptive optics systems at Gemini, Keck and VLT in Chile to constrain the Jupiter-mass planet populations in a range of separations inaccessible to other exoplanet detection techniques. This discovery was made after observing only a few stars, which may lead to the conclusion that Jupiter-mass ...

Newly-discovered mechanism can explain the Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome

...Kcnq1ot1-RNA binds to the DNA in the domain and recruits specific enzymes that chemically modify DNA-binding proteins. This modification makes the DNA inaccessible for transcription and thereby the genes cannot be activated. In addition, the Kcnq1ot1-RNA targets the silenced domain to a specific area in the cell ...

Arctic ice on the verge of another all-time low

...nges in the Arctic and Antarctic, but also for optimising the operation of Polarstern in regions covered by sea ice." The Arctic is one of the most inaccessible regions on Earth, so obtaining measurements of sea ice was difficult before the advent of satellites. For more than 20 years, ESA has been providing s...

Scientists discover key patterns in the packaging of genes

...acked in the nucleus of cells. When packed very tightly around complexes of proteins called histones, the DNA double helix is rendered physically inaccessible to molecules that mediate gene expression. Now, a research team that includes Michael Q. Zhang, Ph.D., a professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (C...
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DuPont and Arzeda Collaborate to Develop Improved Crops to Increase Productivity

...ological macromolecules, and the speed of computational design to rapidly design and screen novel enzymes that don't exist in nature and are currently inaccessible using traditional enzyme engineering approaches. Arzeda was founded by David Baker and three senior members of his lab to commercialize and further de...

Pizza tossing art unlocks secrets of tiny motors

...seful motor, only a quarter of a millimetre wide, that could be used in the propulsion system of miniature machines to swim through the bloodstream to inaccessible places, potentially revolutionising future surgical procedures. ...

Pepscan Achieves a Breakthrough With CLIPS Immunogen Technology: Synthetic Peptide Antigen is Able to Induce Fully Functional Antibodies Against a Formerly Intractable GPCR Target CXCR7

...s for monoclonals and therapeutic vaccines. Intractable targets are drug targets that would be desirable to address with monoclonal antibodies but are inaccessible with alternative commercially available technologies. This can be due to either it being unavailable as recombinant product (e.g. membrane proteins li...

Pepscan Achieves First Milestone in Research Collaboration With Genmab

...rgets that would be desirable to address with monoclonal antibodies but are inaccessible with alternative commercially available technologies. This can be due to th...otein targets. This is especially valuable in the case of proteins that are inaccessible as recombinant proteins (e.g. GPCRs, ion channels, patented proteins). ...

Ipsogen Launches MapQuant Dx(TM) Genomic Grade Test to Identify Breast Cancer Patients who Benefit From Chemotherapy

...sands of patients with leukemia, Ipsogen is now also targeting breast cancer. Its initial goal will be to provide diagnostic information that has been inaccessible until now. Ipsogen is also a partner of choice for biopharmaceutical companies committed to revolutionary theranostics. Strengthened by its first-ra...

Genmab and Pepscan to Identify Human Antibodies Against Intractable Targets

...ns in the induction and selection of antibodies against disease relevant protein targets. This is especially valuable in the case of proteins that are inaccessible as recombinant proteins (e.g. GPCRs, ion channels, patented proteins). Further information is available at http://www.pepscan.com Genmab Forward...

Tianyin Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results

...fforts in penetrating the market. The Company signed six sizable regional distributors who facilitated the reach of Tianyin's products into previously inaccessible market regions. Tianyin increased its sales force at the district level and thus increased its coverage at drug stores, clinics, hospitals and distrib...

Khosla Ventures and BIOeCON Form KiOR Inc.

...velopment and job creation in rural areas. "The key technical problem in the conversion of cellulosic biomass into usable fuels is how to open up the inaccessible solid fibrous 'woody' material, so that it can be effectively transformed. Most of the existing processes to unlock the woody structures are quite cos...

Satellites witness lowest Arctic ice coverage in history

...d rather than reflected, so the oceans get warmer and temperatures rise, making it difficult for new ice to form. The Arctic is one of Earths most inaccessible areas, so obtaining measurements of sea ice was difficult before the advent of satellites. For more than 20 years, ESA has been providing satellite da...

eMetagens infectious disease technology licensed by WARF

...tition winner, Anca Copaescu, eMetagens licensed technologies contribute to understanding the therapeutic potential of previously uncharacterized and inaccessible microorganisms. The key advantage of eMetagens technology is that it allows scientists to identify and obtain compounds produced by bacteria and fu...
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H+P Magnetic stirrers from Thermo Scientific

Description:...making VARIOMAG Magnetic Stirrers 100% wear-free and maintenance-free. In addition, the VARIOMAG inductive drive can be hermetically sealed, making it inaccessible to water, dust or microorganisms. This is why VARIOMAG Magnetic Stirrers are particularly suitable for use under even the most difficult and demanding...
Company:Thermo Scientific
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