Children with Down Syndrome sleep poorly and have more fragmented sleep
WESTCHESTER, Ill. Children with Down Syndrome sleep poorly, with more fragmented
sleep and frequent awakenings compared to typically developing children, according to a research abstract that will be presented on Tuesday at SLEEP 2008, the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep ...
IPC The Hospitalist Company Reports Second Quarter 2009 Results
... footprint, expanding into our 19th state with our New Jersey acquisition in June of this year. Our acquisition pipeline remains robust in this highly fragmented
industry, and we continue to evaluate opportunities across the hospitalist sector. We remain confident that we can continue to grow and penetrate curr...
Digitizing Health Records Not Enough; Integrated, Interoperable Enterprises Vital to U.S. Healthcare Transformation
...cited the successful transformation of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) telecommunications infrastructure, which has been transitioned from a fragmented
system into a comprehensive, extremely reliable and cost-effective network connecting operations and mission-support activities at 4,000 FAA facilitie...
Nuvilex Completes First Sale of Last Shot Hangover Remedy(TM)
...t Hangover Remedy is designed for a better morning after. We are extremely excited to have introduced the Last Shot Hangover Remedy into the large and fragmented
hangover remedy market, and we are confident in the revenues and stabilizing profits Last Shot will bring to the Company."
About Nuvilex, In...
Team Full Throttle Twinlab(R) Racing Nabs Podiums in Several Divisions at the 2009 Robert J. Aaron Memorial Mighty Montauk Triathlon
...ven the coach, train harder and focus more. And at the end of the day, it is more fun to go out and race as a team as opposed to just being a group of fragmented
people with no real sense of community."
Full Throttle Twinlab Racing is a high-intensity multi-sport training program for those who are ready t...
Frost & Sullivan Selects Bone Solutions for Technology Leadership of the Year Award
...o other complications associated with Ca-based biomaterials such as the activation of clotting."
Owing to the application breadth, BSI has large, fragmented
addressable markets, totaling $3 billion globally. The company is exploring licensing or joint venturing for various orthopedic applications, includin...
Data Development Worldwide Helps Pharmaceutical Marketers Optimize Relationship Marketing to Patients
...ty interactions and build lasting relationships.
The stakeholder communications landscape in the pharmaceutical industry is becoming increasingly fragmented
and diverse. Marketers are finding traditional communication programs focused on healthcare professionals inadequate and are seeking more comprehensiv...
Call for primary care reform from AAFP, ACP and AOA
...are will decrease," said Ted Epperly, MD, president of the AAFP. "While sub-specialist care is certainly important to achieving a healthy public, such fragmented
care cannot take the place of a primary care physician who can diagnose and treat the vast majority of patients in the office."
The AAFP, ACP and A...
Health Care Reform May Force U.S. Pharmaceutical Companies to Overhaul Sales Strategies, Says New Report From ZS Associates and eyeforpharma
... Medicaid and other opinion leaders who will increasingly influence prescription decisions."
Payer Restrictions in the U.S. versus EU
nature of managed care organizations and government-led health care initiatives limits their influence over physician prescription decisions in the Un...
National Survey Reveals a Broken System for Chronic Disease Sufferers; National Council on Aging and Health Experts Explore Self-Care as a Viable, Consumer Focused Option for Health Reform
...gies for Health Reform . The Capitol Hill briefing will highlight the day-to-day challenges Americans face in managing their chronic conditions in a fragmented
health system, and showcase models that are helping consumers regain control of their health.
In addition, a policy panel will include congress...
fragmented in Medical Technology
fragmented in Medical Products
Description:...ets travel backwards at half the speed of sound to create a low pressure zone causing a vacuum effect. Thrombus is drawn into the catheter where it is fragmented
by the jets and evacuated from the body....
Company:Possis Medical, Inc.
Xpeedior +120 Catheter
Description:...nce. Powerful saline jets create a low pressure zone around the catheter tip causing a vacuum effect. Thrombus is drawn into the catheter, where it is fragmented
by the jets, and removed from the body.
AngioJet thrombectomy provides rapid restoration of flow in minutes, as opposed to hours with lytic therapy.
Company:Possis Medical, Inc.
fragmented in Medical Definition
... "Death from heart disease" is the endpoint of interest, but "cholesterol" is the surrogate marker.
Examples of other surrogate markers include:
blood cells are a surrogate marker for organ failure or stroke in
the S-phase duration, may be used as a surrogate marker for breast ...
fragmented in Medical Dictionary
...is usually treated with a ... Obstructive sleep apnea is a significant medical problem affecting up to 4 ... Patients with apnea suffer from fragmented
sleep and may develop cardiovascular ... More about Sleep Apnea : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources S...
fragmented in Biological News
The song doesn't remain the same in fragmented bird populations
The song of passerine birds is a conspicuous and exaggerated display shaped by sexual selection in the context of male-male competition or mate attraction. At the level of the individual, song is considered an indicator of male quality.
Paola Laiolo and colleagues at the Spanish Council of Res...
Little-known protein found to be key player
...), a system of interconnected membrane tubes and chambers that's critical for normal cell function. The tests also showed too little atlastin led to a fragmented
ER. Flies with defective atlastin were sterile and short-lived.
"The endoplasmic reticulum is an ever-changing environment," McNew said. "It grows....
US-Mexico border wall could threaten wildlife species
...ly, the effects of the fence will vary among species," Flesch said. "Populations that are relegated to patches of habitat that are small and naturally fragmented
are most likely to be affected by the fence, especially species that have low rates of movement among habitat patches."
Epps, who is an assistant p...
Isolated forest patches lose species, diversity
...ining health of Wisconsin's forest ecosystems.
Even areas with apparently robust trees and lush canopies are threatened as forests are increasingly fragmented
by roads and development, becoming isolated green islands in a sea of agricultural fields, housing tracts, and strip malls, say University of Wisconsi...
UC Davis bioengineer receives Hartwell Foundation grant to address skull fusion disorder of infants
...tends to engineer a porous, biodegradable material with the mechanical properties of bone that can be placed along the sutures as a substitute for the fragmented
skull bones. His goal for the three-year term of the grant is to demonstrate the feasibility of this approach in laboratory rats.
"What we want to ...
First jaguar photo taken at Smithsonian Research Station in Panama
...animal. But the presence of even the odd individual that swims out there means that jaguars are still moving through the Canal area between patches of fragmented
forest," said William Laurance, staff scientist at the Institute.
The Willis' began using camera traps in 1994 as a tool to record elusive and noct...
Wildlife trade threatens public health and ecosystems
... Wildlife imports into the United States are fragmented
and insufficiently coordinated, failing to accurately list more than four in five species entering the country.
So reports a team of scientists fro...
DNA barcoding of mosquito species deployed in bid to end elephantiasis
...d climate change," says Dr. Edwards.
"Efforts to stabilize and reverse this trend are hampered by biodiversity knowledge banks that are incomplete, fragmented
and not easily accessible to those who need them to set environmental priorities or create informed policies and decisions. In addition, biodiversity ...
Tigers get a stimulus plan
...and the Russian Far East. Tigers are now estimated to occupy about seven percent of their former historical range. They now only occur in relatively fragmented
areas in South and Southeast Asia, with a few small populations in the Russian Far East and northeastern China. Within this reduced range, tiger popul...
Smithsonian scientists receive coveted BBVA Ecology and Conservation Award
...patches of forest do not sustain the same diversity of plants and animals as do larger patches and to elucidate the processes leading to the demise of fragmented
Laurance and Lovejoy also work tirelessly to promote training of Amazonian students and conservation professionals, and are actively engag...
fragmented in Biological Technology
Advancing the quality control methodology
to assess isolated total RNA
and generated fragmented cRNA
This Application Note describes how Gene Logic, Inc., has improved its
ability to analyze the quality of total RNA and fragmented
cRNA by using
the Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer. The Eukaryote Total RNA Nano and Pico
World Nanomedicine Market to Cross $160 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
... segment represents the fastest growing application segment for nanomedicine over the years 2006 through 2015.
The nanomedicine market is highly fragmented
and is characterized by the presence of several key and niche players. Major market participants in the nanomedicine market include Abraxis BioScience...
BioInformatics, LLC New Report -- The Market for Antibodies: Keys to Success for Commercial Suppliers, Vol. III
...es: Keys to Success for Commercial Suppliers, Vol. III." Given the highly fragmented
nature of the pre-made catalog antibodies market, this report is designed t...ife Technologies (Nasdaq: LIFE ) and Millipore (NYSE: MIL ).
"In a fragmented
market suppliers have the option of competing broadly or focusing on a few ...
Intra-Cellular Therapies Reports Positive Final Results of a Phase II Clinical Trial with ITI-007 in Patients with Sleep Maintenance Insomnia
... improvements in sleep suggest that ITI-007 will have utility in treating not only sleep maintenance insomnia but also other disorders associated with fragmented
sleep including many neuropsychiatric (e.g. major depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, mild cognitive impairment and schizophrenia) and neurological di...
University of Helsinki and ASM International renew research agreement on atomic layer deposition
...s it possible to concentrate more on developing the working processes and transferring these to ASM's business units.
- In the current situation of fragmented
research funding, this agreement is exceptional both in terms of length and volume, comment academy professor Markku Leskel and professor Mikko Ritala...
The National Cancer Institute Joins the Global Community of Scientists Now Using BIOMARKERcenter From Thomson Reuters
history of the biomarker.
"The Scientific business of Thomson Reuters was the first to deliver a
truly structured approach to a previously fragmented
field," said Dr Josep
Prous, Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer, Pharmaceutical and
Chemical Markets, Thomson Reuters. "We feel very proud to...
American Oriental Bioengineering Reports First Quarter 2008 Financial Results
...cumulated from past
acquisitions, and a cohesive strategy team in place, we believe that we are
well-positioned to be the leading consolidator in this fragmented
We intend to move quickly and efficiently on the acquisition front and
we'll strive to work responsibly and aggressively on behalf of our
Healthcare Coalition Approves Tools to Improve Patient Safety During Transitions of Care
.... healthcare system often fails to
meet the needs of elderly patient populations during these transitions
because care is rushed and responsibility is fragmented
communication across care settings and multiple providers. These failures
lead to undue burdens on patients and their families and negativ...
BioHorizons Announces the Purchase of Implant Logic Systems
... leverage the digital technology
experience at its dental laboratories to create a revolutionary business
model in the industry, streamlining a highly fragmented
process to create
efficiency, cost savings, and superior patient outcomes. BioHorizons, Inc.
is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, and has a total ...
James W. Backstrom, M.D., Named Chief Medical Officer of Foundation Radiology Group
...ndustry for diagnostic imaging reads.
FRG is focused on serving non-university affiliated health care
institutions, with emphasis on consolidating the fragmented
hospital segment. It seeks multi-year exclusive contracts for daytime and
7/24/365 radiology full service bureaus. The Group's adminis...
fragmented in Biological Products
HDA-GT12TM System from eGene, Inc.
Analyzes the quality and quantity of total RNA and cRNA, determines the efficiency of cRNA and cDNA amplification reactions and ensures quality of fragmented
ApoDIRECT DNA Fragmentation Assay Kit from MBL International
Description:...detection kit utilizes terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) to catalyze incorporation of fluorescein-12-dUTP at the free 3-hydroxyl ends of the fragmented
DNA. The fluorescein-labeled DNA can then be observed by fluorescence microscopy or analyzed by flow cytometry....
fragmented in Biological Definition
...dvanced stage (called pyknosis ) is considered a hallmark of apoptosis  .
The nuclear envelope becomes discontinuous and the DNA inside it is fragmented
(a process referred to as karyorrhexis ). The nucleus breaks into several discrete chromatin bodies or nucleosomal units due to the degradation...
...tle of the DNA in the genome encodes proteins, and the genes may be separated by vast sequences of so-called junk DNA . Moreover, the genes are often fragmented
internally by non-coding sequences called introns , which can be many times longer than the genes themselves. Introns are removed on the heels of tr...
...del of population dynamics of insect pests in agricultural fields, but the idea has been most broadly applied to species in naturally or artificially fragmented
A metapopulation is generally considered to consist to several distinct populations together with areas of suitable habitat which are...
fragmented in Biological Dictionary
...s associated with SCs and AEs during zygotene for six plant species ... At the zygotene , pachytene and diplotene stages, oocytes with fragmented
axial ... The durations of the leptotene, zygotene and pachytene stages in mice were ... The staining became brighter through zygotene as the...
...oplasmic reticulum vesicles: identification and ... Surface particles of sarcoplasmic reticulum membranes. ... Lipid composition of purified fragmented
sarcoplasmic reticulum of the rabbit. ... The purified ATPase of sarcoplasmic reticulum exists as particles with minimum ... Sarcoplasmic ...
... depression on the macronucleus ) is the much smaller micronucleus, which ... ... ciliate Chilodonella uncinata, the macronucleus is extensively fragmented
such ... The macronucleus has a greater number of smaller chromosomes and is the site of ... ... 6000 loci in the developing macronucleus ...
...NA arrays are different from other types of microarray only in that they either ... Microarray technology evolved from Southern blotting, whereby fragmented
DNA is ... Learn how the microarray technology works: A short tutorial that gives an introduction to the microarray technique and it's applic...
...e Dimension ... a variety of dispersal kernels in one and ... Dispersal via Random Walks and the Diffusion Equation ... Animal dispersal in fragmented
habitat: measuring habitat connectivity, corridor ... For each species, the rate of dispersal mortality per unit distance traveled was ... Cont...