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The Value of Pulsus Paradoxus in Assessing the Child With Status Asthmaticus

The Value of Pulsus Paradoxus in Assessing the Child With Status Asthmaticus

found a PP greater than 10 mm Hg in adult asthmatic patients whose pulmonary function tests and chest x-ray films indicated severe airway obstruction.45 Knowles and Clark confirmed the p[r]

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The Importance of Value Education for Children Nation

The Importance of Value Education for Children Nation

Non-formal education or non-school education based on Government Regulation No. 73 of 1991 Article 2, essentially that the educational objectives outside of school are: (A) Serving, (B) Fostering, (C) Meeting needs, developing skill levels, attitudes, and values that enable him to be an efficient participant and effective in the family environment and even society and the State, (D) Actualizing human potential so as to manifest human beings who like to learn and teach, as well as improve the standard of living participating in social activities and community development. Even in non-formal education or non-formal education, the government has also made a lot of efforts to ensure that the distribution of education in various settings and age is still applied. Starting from early childhood education (ECD), Establishment of Community Learning Center (CLC). Questioning Early Childhood Education why should it be associated with value education? Value education is one aspect that is considered important in the formation of the character of the nation from an early age , it is hoped that in the future children will be able to assess and distinguish something that is good or bad, right or wrong, and children will apply it in their daily lives -day. This will later have an impact on the child in socializing with the community or accepting whether he or she is in the community.
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It does not allow to enter a value in the foreign key field of a child table if that value exist in the primary key of the parent table c.. It allow to enter a value in the Primary key[r]

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Riding for Survival: A Worst Form of Human Trafficking

Riding for Survival: A Worst Form of Human Trafficking

Although the alleviation of poverty, provision of education to the mothers, the change of value system about the child labour, the role of social workers, in mentally preparing the children as well as the parents, can’t solve the social and economic problems of these jockey children over night yet by implementing a careful short term as well as long term policy, we can solve this issue to a large extent. Moreover, it was observed that effective prevention requires family empowerment, basic education, capacity building, awareness raising and social mobilization. Rehabilitation measures should seek to offer different solutions and provide a comprehensive socio- economic package of services encompassing education, health and nutrition, social protection and shelter.
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Vol 5, No 1 (2018)

Vol 5, No 1 (2018)

In 5-14, heritage was not assumed to have an intrinsic value. Instead, value was to be judged by the child, not only in terms of its worth to the child himself, but its potential worth to other communities or individuals. In other words, children had to engage with questions of what aspects of the past matter to which people and why; the historical concept of significance (Seixas & Peck, 2004; Wrenn, 2011). While no empirical data survives to recount how this was enacted in the classroom, the notion of exploring ‘the issues in preserving an aspect’ of heritage opens the door to intriguing questions about what it means to preserve something, how heritage ought to be contextualised, the appropriate balance between conservation and restoration. In short, there existed in the 5-14 Guidelines, a basis upon which a more sophisticated idea of historical interpretations could have been built.
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The Cost of a Child   A consensual budget standards study examining the direct cost of a child across childhood

The Cost of a Child A consensual budget standards study examining the direct cost of a child across childhood

Tables 29 and 30 illustrate that when FIS is combined with Child Benefit the weekly value of the payments amount to €147.31 for this particular scenario. These two income support payments are adequate at all ages, when childcare is excluded. Furthermore, for children at pre-school age income supports are €100 + above the direct costs of this age group. However, at this juncture it is necessary to point out that the analysis of the adequacy of child income supports in the context of the cost of a child covers the direct costs of a child only, and does not take into account costs shared in common with parents, or costs borne solely by parents. While FIS and CB may meet the cost of a child in certain situations, this does not necessarily mean that the household itself will have an adequate income to support a minimum essential standard of living. This point is supported by research from the VPSJ and TCD (2012) which found that when looked at in the context of a whole household i.e. an urban two parent and one adolescent child household, with one adult working full-time on the NMW, the household has a weekly shortfall of €21.09 (Collins et al., 2012).
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Strategy for Construction of the Deaf Child in Development of Social Interaction

Strategy for Construction of the Deaf Child in Development of Social Interaction

Deaf children are persons with disability is a situation where someone experiencing physical and or mental disorders that can interfere with their social function. This is in accordance with Act No. 4/1997 on disability, article 1 of which States that disability is any person who has physical and or mental disorders, which can disrupt or an obstacle for him to do the activities are appropriately, which consists of a physical disability, mental disability, as well as the physically and mentally disabled (Act No. 4/1997). In addition, according to the Convention on the rights of the disabled in the UN resolution No. 61/106 dated December 13, 2006, and the Government Regulation Number 43 Years Of 1998 Efforts Improved social welfare of disabled people, has given mandate to pay attention to aspects of education, health, social protection, employment, and accessibility (B2P3KS, 2014:16). Companion for persons with disability is expected to have a competence consists of knowledge, skills (skill), and attitudes and values (attitude and value). With the three elements of the competence, an escort is expected to operationalize programmers relating to handling the problems of persons with disability. The problems of persons with such disability among them poverty and physical limitations, then the companion seeks to motivate people with disability to rise with the attempt to give a solution to be self-supporting in accordance with its ability. b). Strategy and the Construction of Deaf Children
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Palatal Rugae Pattern Based on Lineage

Palatal Rugae Pattern Based on Lineage

This study shows a significant association between palatal rugae pattern between child and parent (Table 4). Based on the shape, the wavy pattern of the father- daughter and the mother-daughter curved pattern is seen as most dominant between the child and parent relationship, and in each pattern has a significant value. Based on its unification, in both diverging and converging patterns, a significant relationship is seen only in the father-son relationship (Table 4). However, the dominant relationship in the diverging pattern is more common than the converging pattern (Table 2). The large number of rugae palatina patterns for the wavy patterns occurring between the child and his parents has also been reported by Patel et al 5 in his research, and a
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<p>The prognostic and predictive value of the combination of the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio and the platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma who receive transarterial chemoembolization therapy</p>

<p>The prognostic and predictive value of the combination of the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio and the platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma who receive transarterial chemoembolization therapy</p>

A total of 216 patients who were newly diagnosed with HCC and had received TACE as the initial therapy were included in this study. There were 200 male (92.6%) and 16 female (7.4%) patients with a median age of 53 years in the whole study cohort. Enlarged tumors and multiple tumors were common in this study. Additionally, 30.3% of the patients had vascular invasion, and 5.5% of the patients were sorted into the metastatic tumor group. Hepatitis B infection was the most common cause of HCC, and HBsAg was positive in ~ 97.2% of the enrolled patients. Most patients had good reserve liver function with Child-Pugh A and good perfor- mance status, with scores of 0–1 (Table 1). Elevated scores of neutrophil/platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR–PLR) were more frequently observed in HCC patients of BCLC stage C or high values of CLIP scores, while no differences in values of NLR–PLR were observed in relation to BCLC stages or CLIP scores (P > 0.05).
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HFM Consolidation Demystified

HFM Consolidation Demystified

currency, and the child entity’s AllowAdjs attribute is set to Y, the rule is run for the intersection of the child entity and the Value member that stores adjustments translated to [r]

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Changeover of a Child into a Serial Killer Victimization of the Voiceless

Changeover of a Child into a Serial Killer Victimization of the Voiceless

Animals are used in experimental laboratories to test medicines. Medicines are not tested upon humans because they value the life of humans more than that of animals. Many animals are taken to slaughter houses. If an animal is pregnant and gives birth, the milk of that animal is taken for the purpose of commodity; people do not notice the hungry calf behind it. If the calf is male and is not used for any breeding purpose then they are castrated without pain killers. The penis of the male is beaten with a hammer and is taken to slaughter houses. If a practice causes serious harms, then that practice is morally wrong. Therefore, the practice of raising and killing animals for food is morally wrong. The sufferings of those innocents are left uncared by the humans. They are seen as four legged creatures and not as lively beings. Animal torture is done for various reasons. It is done for the purpose of entertainment (eg. movie Cannibal Holocaust).
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Waleska de Araújo Aureliano, “Health and the Value of Inheritance”

Waleska de Araújo Aureliano, “Health and the Value of Inheritance”

In this article I explore the meanings acquired by the notion of ‘genetic inheritance’ for families in Rio de Janeiro affected by a rare hereditary dis- order, Machado-Joseph disease. My analysis examines three points: 1) how experience of the disease was thematized in the family prior to knowledge of its genetic and hereditary origin; 2) how knowledge of genetics affected the family’s perception of their health and reproduction through the notion of risk contained in medical explanations; 3) finally, I problematize the mean- ings of ‘hope,’ a sentiment frequently cited by people with the disease and their descendants. Notably, despite the high value attributed to science and ‘medical progress,’ the use of certain biotechnologies is not always seen as positive or capable of enabling choices and actions in response to a rare disease. Notions of risk, responsibility and hope thus acquire singular con- tours for managing life and the continuity of the family.
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<p>Current progress in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B and resulting clinical and programmatic implications</p>

<p>Current progress in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B and resulting clinical and programmatic implications</p>

HBV seems to have little effect on pregnancy, but HBV replication tends to increase during pregnancy, probably in relation to immune-suppression and increased production of adrenal corticosteroids, estrogen, and progesterone. 35,36 Clinical studies have shown that, within the fi rst months after delivery, some women experience hepatitis fl ares, with or without HBeAg seroconversion, 37 presumably in relation with the rapid decrease in immunosuppression post-partum. 38 Comparative clinical studies have con fi rmed that ALT eleva- tions do occur during the postpartum period in the absence of any antiviral treatment, and that the discontinuation of antiviral treatment in the postpartum period does trigger ALT eleva- tions, but no clinical consequences have been reported. 28,29,39 Table 1 Comparison of selected characteristics of two recent clinical trials to assess the ef fi cacy and safety of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B virus
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The value of health information exchange

The value of health information exchange

We encourage future research that addresses HIE techni- cal barriers that currently exist, such as security, improved end user data displays, and patient-centered HIE mechanisms. Furthermore, research must continue to help develop new business models that promote HIE utilization and improve organizational sustainability. Our growing understanding of HIE-related costs and benefits will provide an important means to determining financial and clinical value.

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<p>The Predictive Value of Endothelial Inflammatory Markers in the Onset of Schizophrenia</p>

<p>The Predictive Value of Endothelial Inflammatory Markers in the Onset of Schizophrenia</p>

Clinical evaluation included the registration of data regarding age, gender, smoking status, calculation of body mass index, measurement of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Blood pressure measurements were per- formed after 5 mins of rest at the right brachial artery with the subject in a supine position. Blood pressure was expressed as the mean value of three measurements over 30 mins. The ankle-brachial index (ABI) was ABI was measured by a single observer in both groups after a 15- mins rest in a supine position. Systolic pressures of bra- chial arteries of both arms and systolic pressures of both ankles were measured, using a contour-wrapped 12 cm cuff and an 8 MHz Doppler probe. The cuff was in fl ated to above the audible systolic pressure (for 20 mm Hg) in each artery. Then, the cuff was slowly de fl ated and the fi rst audible sound by the Doppler probe was recorded as systolic pressure. Six systolic artery pressures (right arm brachial artery, left arm brachial artery, right dorsalis pedis artery, left dorsalis pedis artery, right tibialis posterior artery, left tibialis posterior artery) were measured. Of the same-side dorsalis pedis and tibial posterior artery pressures, the highest one was written on the numerator as the systolic ankle pressure. The highest arm systolic pressure was written on the denominator, and the ratio of ankle systolic pressure to brachial artery systolic pressure
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The value of residues from long-period manuring at Rothamsted and Woburn IV The value to arable crops of residues accumulated from superphosphate

The value of residues from long-period manuring at Rothamsted and Woburn IV The value to arable crops of residues accumulated from superphosphate

In these experiments made to yalue accumulated residues from many dress- ings of P fertilisers, all crops gave larger yields on enriched soils than on starved soils wh[r]

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The value of nitrophosphate for spring-sown cereals

The value of nitrophosphate for spring-sown cereals

Both broadcast and combine-drilled dressings of superphosphate increased yields significantly in all three of the 1952 experiments, but in 1953 and 1954 the increases were significant at[r]

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Different attitudes during breastfeeding consultations when infant formula was given: a phenomenographic approach

Different attitudes during breastfeeding consultations when infant formula was given: a phenomenographic approach

Data were collected in parallel with those from another study measuring how many children were given infant formula during their stay at maternity wards in Stock- holm County during the spring of 1999. This had pre- viously been reported by determination of how many children were given infant formula during their time at maternity wards [16]. This was repeated on seven differ- ent occasions. In conjunction with this survey, midwives (at one of the five participating hospitals) responsible for children who had received infant formula were asked to write a brief description (anonymously) in their own words of the events thus far, management of the events and the results of the actions taken. They were also asked to provide a personal reflection that focused on the positive or negative effects on the mother-child dyad of the infant formula and whether they believed that it would have been possible to take alternative action with equal or better results. The accounts and questionnaire replies for the first study were collected by an indepen- dent midwife. The accounts were given an ID number for each midwife to enable multiple accounts from a single person to be put together irrespective of the date of collection. The ID number code list was destroyed before the accounts were submitted to the researcher (SZ) to render the identification of individual midwives impossible.
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Positive predictive value of the International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition diagnosis codes for anemia caused by bleeding in the Danish National Registry of Patients

Positive predictive value of the International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition diagnosis codes for anemia caused by bleeding in the Danish National Registry of Patients

Valid data is a prerequisite for quality monitoring and for research on prevention, treatment, and prognostic impact of this condition. The Danish National Registry of Patients (DNRP) might be a source of population-based nationwide data on the occurrence of anemia caused by bleeding, but the quality of the recording is unknown. We thus aimed to assess the positive predictive value (PPV) of the International Classification of Disease, 10th edition (ICD-10) codes of anemia caused by bleeding in the DNRP using data from the Aarhus University laboratory database (the LABKA database) as the reference standard.
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Prognostic value of the combination of microsatellite instability and <em>BRAF</em> mutation in colorectal cancer

Prognostic value of the combination of microsatellite instability and <em>BRAF</em> mutation in colorectal cancer

Stata 12.0 software (StataCorp, College Station, TX, USA) was used to perform all the statistical analyses. The crude HRs and their 95% CIs were pooled to assess and compare the associations of RFS, PFS, or OS with the combination of MSI and BRAF mutation in CRC. The statistical significant level was determined by Z-test. A P-value less than 0.05 was considered as statistically significance. The heterogeneity among the studies was determined by Q statistic test. Fixed- effects model (Mantel–Haenszel method) was used when P > 0.1 or I 2 < 50%, otherwise, the pooled HRs were calculated
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