Exploratory Pharmacokinetic Study
This dataset comes from a study of 7 healthy males given a topical medication. Blood samples were collected at specified time intervals, and data on isomer concentrations were collected. Questions from this study refer to the relationship between time and concentration of the isomer. A text file version of the data is found in the relation link.
This war is soon to terminate they are now strugling for life Atlanta is ours and there Army Scattered and disheartened I got a letter from Rude Cripe the other day he was well But nearly wornI wish he was where he could rest awhile there are no better boys than Rude Well Kate I Believe I have written all of interest and more So I am sorry your picnics are not more interesting though stay? This fall I think I must try and come and see how you are getting along this fall that is if I can giv
Neither Victim nor Villain: Nurse Eunice Rivers, the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, and Public Health
From 1932 to 1972 white physicians of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) carried out an experiment on approximately 400 rural black men in Macon County, Alabama. The study, which historian James Jones has described as "the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in medical history," was predicated on following the course of untreated syphilis until death. 1 Historians have focused on the study as scientifically unjustifiable and as an unethical experiment that highlights t
Healthy People 2010 disease prevalence in the Marshfield Clinic Personalized Medicine Research Proje
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to estimate the prevalence of Healthy People 2010 disease conditions in a large population-based cohort in central Wisconsin (WI, USA) and to consider how these conditions can be prioritized for research based on the use of healthcare services, the prevalence of various disease states and the resulting study power. Methods: Healthy People 2010 diagnoses were estimated for participants in the Personalized Medicine Research Project (PMRP), a large popula
Portrait of Rabbi Samuel Landau.
Rabby Landau is seated at a table,one hand holding the page of a large book, the other hand over the book. The german inscription states that he was chief rabbi of Prague. A Hebrew text refers to Landau's fame and quotes a saying "Honor thy Elders".,After a drawing by Porges, Ignatius,Rabby Landau is seated at a table,one hand holding the page of a large book, the other hand over the book. The german inscription states that he was chief rabbi of Prague. A Hebrew text refers to Landau's fame and
Reassessment of intra- and extra-ovarian expression of growth differentiation factor-9
Mammalian ovarian organogenesis is characterized temporally by oogonial mitosis, oogonial apoptosis, rescue of germ cells via interaction with somatic cells to form primordial follicles, and entrance into meiosis. Recent studies suggest that germ cell’s activity participate in this process via the production of local regulatory factors. Growth differentiation factor-9 (GDF-9), a novel transforming growth factor-family member, is expressed in ovaries of various species as a crucial factor in ov
How the Presidency Is Invading Your Home [New York Post, October 11, 2010] The Obama administration isn't satisfied giving the American public vast things we don't want — from stimulus packages to bailouts to ObamaCare. Witness its attempt to redesign home appliances. In the pipeline are dumb regulations for almost everything that plugs in or fires up in your home.
[New York Post, October 11, 2010]
The Obama administration isn't satisfied giving the American public vast things we don't want — from stimulus packages to bailouts to ObamaCare. Witness its attempt to redesign home appliances.
In the pipeline are dumb regulations for almost everything that plugs in or fires up in your home.
Getting Lost in Buildings
Most everyone has experienced getting lost in a building -- hospitals, museums, libraries and shopping malls top the list of structures that leave us turned around and wondering where to go next. University of Notre Dame Psychology Professor Laura Carlson researches why people get lost in buildings. http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/17446/
Ross RE5050 Designer Range MW/LW/FM 3-Band Radio
Ross radio in black plastic housing with electric blue control button and retractable aerial to top. Front hinges to reveal control panel and further blue buttons. Mains or battery operated. Complete with original packaging, connectors, instuction book and guarantees.. Maker: Ross - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Victorian Leather Boots
Leather boots; long, black leather, shaped tops and small 'lois' heels. Leather soles, heels and insoles. Twenty-four eyelets with long black laces. Inside; leather facings to top and eyelet panel. Boots are lined with cotton. Marked (inside) 5-R572-45 to both boots.. Date: 1900 (circa) - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Cardiovascular System Part One
In this video you look at the heart and the circulation of the blood through the body and the heart. Video consists of teacher lecture with a power point presentation on a screen.Run time 09:15.
Cardiovascular System Part Two
In this video you look at the heart and the circulation of the blood through the body and the heart. Verbal instruction with use of power point. Run time 09:52.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes' Diseases and Conditions Index
This site provides information about heart, lung, and blood diseases and sleep disorders. Learn how the heart works. Find out about aneurysms, angioplasty, electrocardiograms, heart attacks, high blood pressure, asthma, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, insomnia, narcolepsy, and more.
Microscope Imaging Station
This site shows what blood is, what happens when the immune system goes awry, what are stem cells are, and more. See videos exploring cell structure and function, cell development and motility, plankton, plants, and protozoa. Learn how the sea urchin helps us understand genes, reproduction, and cancer.
This tutorial is designed to aid first and second year medical students learn how to interpret a complete blood count. It includes material on how the test is done, its general application and pitfalls in interpretation.
The Heart of the Matter
This lesson describes how the circulatory system works, including the heart, blood vessels and blood. Students learn about the chambers and valves of the heart, the difference between veins and arteries, and the different components of blood. This lesson also covers the technology engineers have developed to repair the heart if it is damaged. Students also understand how the circulatory system is affected during spaceflight (e.g., astronauts lose muscle in their heart during space travel).
In this activity, students filter different substances through a plastic window screen, different sized hardware cloth and poultry netting. Their model shows how the thickness of a filter in the kidney is imperative in deciding what will be filtered out and what will stay within the blood stream.
Blood Cell Basics
Students will make a proportional model of blood out of red gelatin, a plastic bag, and rice. They will learn about the different components that make up blood and will investigate what happens when the arteries and veins experience buildup from cholesterol. They will then work in pairs to brainstorm ways to clean our clogged arteries.
Daniel Nocera is swimming very hard against the current of mainstream energy research. While many scientists are figuring out how to scale up wind, geothermal or biomass systems, Nocera is focusing on “personalized” energy units that can be manufactured, distributed and installed on the cheap. His main concern
Dr. Rahman, Governor of Central Bank of Bangladesh
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