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Goal-directed coagulation management of major trauma patients using thromboelastometry (ROTEM?)-guided administration of fibrinogen concentrate and prothrombin complex concentrate
Herbert Sch?chl, Ulrike Nienaber, Georg Hofer, Wolfgang Voelckel, Csilla Jambor, Gisela Scharbert, Sibylle Kozek-Langenecker, Cristina Solomon
Critical Care , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/cc8948
Abstract: This retrospective analysis included trauma patients who received ≥ 5 units of red blood cell concentrate within 24 hours. Coagulation management was guided by thromboelastometry (ROTEM?). Fibrinogen concentrate was given as first-line haemostatic therapy when maximum clot firmness (MCF) measured by FibTEM (fibrin-based test) was <10 mm. Prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC) was given in case of recent coumarin intake or clotting time measured by extrinsic activation test (EXTEM) >1.5 times normal. Lack of improvement in EXTEM MCF after fibrinogen concentrate administration was an indication for platelet concentrate. The observed mortality was compared with the mortality predicted by the trauma injury severity score (TRISS) and by the revised injury severity classification (RISC) score.Of 131 patients included, 128 received fibrinogen concentrate as first-line therapy, 98 additionally received PCC, while 3 patients with recent coumarin intake received only PCC. Twelve patients received FFP and 29 received platelet concentrate. The observed mortality was 24.4%, lower than the TRISS mortality of 33.7% (P = 0.032) and the RISC mortality of 28.7% (P > 0.05). After excluding 17 patients with traumatic brain injury, the difference in mortality was 14% observed versus 27.8% predicted by TRISS (P = 0.0018) and 24.3% predicted by RISC (P = 0.014).ROTEM?-guided haemostatic therapy, with fibrinogen concentrate as first-line haemostatic therapy and additional PCC, was goal-directed and fast. A favourable survival rate was observed. Prospective, randomized trials to investigate this therapeutic alternative further appear warranted.Coagulopathy has been shown to be present in approximately 25 to 35% of all trauma patients on admission to the emergency room (ER) [1,2]. This represents a serious problem for major trauma patients and accounts for 40% of all trauma-related deaths [3]. Coagulopathy forces a strategy of early and rapid haemostatic treatment to prevent exsanguination. F
Mass Spectrometric Identification of Ancient Proteins as Potential Molecular Biomarkers for a 2000-Year-Old Osteogenic Sarcoma
Agnes Bona, Zoltan Papai, Gabor Maasz, Gabor A. Toth, Eva Jambor, Janos Schmidt, Csaba Toth, Csilla Farkas, Laszlo Mark
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087215
Abstract: Osteosarcoma is the most common primary malignant tumor of bone usually occurring in young adolescent and children. This disease has a poor prognosis, because of the metastases in the period of tumor progression, which are usually developed previous to the clinical diagnosis. In this paper, a 2000-year-old ancient bone remain with osteogenic sarcoma was analyzed searching for tumor biomarkers which are closely related to this disease. After a specific extraction SDS-PAGE gel electrophoresis followed by tryptic digestion was performed. After the digestion the samples were measured using MALDI TOF/TOF MS. Healthy bone samples from same archaeological site were used as control samples. Our results show that in the pathological skeletal remain several well known tumor biomarkers are detected such as annexin A10, BCL-2-like protein, calgizzarin, rho GTPase-activating protein 7, HSP beta-6 protein, transferrin and vimentin compared to the control samples. The identified protein biomarkers can be useful in the discovery of malignant bone lesions such as osteosarcoma in the very early stage of the disease from paleoanthropological remains.
TQMAND QMS FOR INCREASING QUALITY OF SCHOOL AND OF PROCESSES / TQM a QMS pre zvy ovanie kvality koly a procesov
Jambor Jaroslav
Technológia vzdelávania , 2008,
Abstract: Secondary schools nowadays face competition and Quality Management System implementation may be an effective way how to attract students. The paper describes such an effort at Secondary Schools.Autor sa vo svojom príspevku zaoberá im-plementáciou modifikovaného systému mana érstva kvality a filozofie TQM v podmienkach strednej koly. Aplikáciou systému mana érstva kvality prípadne aplikáciou filozofie komplexného mana érstva kvality sa zvy i kvalita koly a procesov v nej prebiehajúcich. Vhodnou implementáciou TQM a QMS m e kola získa na kon-kuren nom trhu vzdelávania prestí ne postavenie.
ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF AUDITS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-SALES SERVICE OF CARS
JAROSLAV JAMBOR
Quality Innovation Prosperity , 2010,
Abstract: The Author analyses his over years experiences and results with audits in brand car ′s service and sale areas. He acted on behalf of TüV SüD Automotive GmbH Munich - Germany. He hits of audit ′s consecution in compliance with ISO 9001 and above standard requirement car ′s producers. He withal adverts to effects implementation the Quality management systems at these services.
An L2-quotient algorithm for finitely presented groups on arbitrarily many generators
Sebastian Jambor
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We generalize the Plesken-Fabia\'nska $\mathrm{L}_2$-quotient algorithm for finitely presented groups on two or three generators to allow an arbitrary number of generators. The main difficulty lies in a constructive description of the invariant ring of $\mathrm{GL}(2, K)$ on $m$ copies of $\mathrm{SL}(2, K)$ by simultaneous conjugation. By giving this description, we generalize and simplify some of the known results in invariant theory. An implementation of the algorithm is available in the computer algebra system Magma.
Determining Aschbacher classes using characters
Sebastian Jambor
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Let $\Delta\colon G \to \mathrm{GL}(n, K)$ be an absolutely irreducible representation of an arbitrary group $G$ over an arbitrary field $K$; let $\chi\colon G \to K\colon g \mapsto \mathrm{tr}(\Delta(g))$ be its character. In this paper, we assume knowledge of $\chi$ only, and study which properties of $\Delta$ can be inferred. We prove criteria to decide whether $\Delta$ preserves a form, is realizable over a subfield, or acts imprimitively on $K^{n \times 1}$. If $K$ is finite, this allows us to decide whether the image of $\Delta$ belongs to certain Aschbacher classes.
Another look at the deterioration of calcium aluminate cement concrete
Jambor, Jaromir,Skalny, Jan
Materiales de Construccion , 1996,
Abstract: Potential degradation of concrete structures made of calcium aluminate cement (CAC) is well known and is caused by transformation (conversion) of the thermodynamically metastable into stable calcium aluminate hydrate phases. This recrystallization is influenced by temperature and humidity; the structural degradation of the concrete itself thus its loss of strength, is strongly related to the pore structure of the hydrated cement paste, the critical parameters being the total volume of pores below 15-20 nm and the median micropore radius. This constitutes a novel procedure for evaluation of existing CAC concrete structure. La degradación potencial de estructuras de hormigón elaboradas con cemento aluminoso (CA) es bien conocida. Este deterioro está causado por la recristalización (conversión) de las fases del aluminato cálcico que son termodinámicamente metastables, en fases estables. En esta recristalización influye la temperatura y la humedad. Tanto la degradación del propio hormigón, como su pérdida de resistencias están relacionadas estrechamente con la estructura porosa de la pasta del cemento hidratado, siendo parámetros críticos el volumen total de los poros inferiores a 15-20 nm y el tama o medio de los radios de los microporos. Esto constituye un nuevo procedimiento para evaluar las estructuras existentes de hormigón de cemento aluminoso (CA).
L’utilisation des dictionnaires et des collections de documents audio libres en ligne pour créer des exercices en langue sur la plate forme d’enseignement numérique WIMS
Csilla Ducrocq
Recherche et Pratiques Pédagogiques en Langues de Spécialité : Cahiers de l'APLIUT , 2011,
Abstract: I. IntroductionWIMS - acronyme de Web Interactive Multipurpose Server – est à la fois une plateforme d’enseignement numérique qui existe depuis 1999 et un ensemble de serveurs dans plusieurs pays du monde (France, Espagne, Chine, Slovénie, Hollande et Italie). En France, des serveurs se trouvent à l’Université de Nice, à l’Université de Paris Sud, à l’Université de Caen et à l’Université Privée de Savoie.à l’origine, WIMS a été utilisé pour créer des exercices en mathématiques, en physiqu...
Using Literature as a Strategy for Nation Building: A Case Study from Nigeria
Csilla Czimbalmos
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2004,
Abstract: What my article attempts to articulate is the role of literature in constructing, “inventing” national identities that are the base for the claims of a nation's existence. To achieve this, I first provide a short definition of the concepts of nation-building and national identity. I argue that literature is an important tool in the process of building a nation and creating a national identity. I further focus on the writings of Chinua Achebe, a 20th Century Nigerian author, in an attempt to exemplify the theory of literature as tool in nation building. I argue that, through the use of legends, mythic histories, and folklore, literature succeeds in creating patterns of meaning and in contextualizing the issues of national identity. These patterns and contexts enable and undergird the cultural values that enable the reconstruction of national identity. Achebe's writings are part of a large sphere of practices meant to recover and reconstruct a Nigerian national identity and through this, build a nation.
Using Literature as a Strategy for Nation Building: A Case Study from Nigeria
Csilla Czimbalmos
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2004,
Abstract: What my article attempts to articulate is the role of literature in constructing, inventinga national identities that are the base for the claims of a nationís existence. To achieve this, I first provide a short definition of the concepts of nation-building and na- tional identity. I argue that literature is an important tool in the process of building a nation and creating a national identity. I further focus on the writings of Chinua Achebe, a 20th Century Nigerian author, in an attempt to exemplify the theory of literature as tool in nation building. I argue that, through the use of legends, mythic histories, and folklore, literature suc- ceeds in creating patterns of meaning and in contextualizing the issues of national identity. These patterns and contexts enable and undergird the cultural values that enable the reconstruction of national identity. Achebeís writings are part of a large sphere of practices meant to recover and reconstruct a Nigerian national identity and through this, build a nation.
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