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Helical computerized tomography and NT-proBNP for screening of right ventricular overload on admission and at long term follow-up of acute pulmonary embolism
Mia K Laiho, Veli-Pekka Harjola, Marit Graner, Anneli Piilonen, Merja Raade, Pirjo Mustonen
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1757-7241-20-33
Abstract: Sixty-three non-high risk APE patients were studied. RVD was assessed at admission in the emergency department by CT and TTE, and both NT-proBNP and TnT samples were taken. These, excepting CT, were repeated seven months later.At admission RVD was detected by CT in 37 (59 %) patients. RVD in CT correlated strongly with RVD in TTE (p < 0.0001). NT-proBNP was elevated (≥ 350 ng/l) in 32 (86 %) patients with RVD but in only seven (27 %) patients without RVD (p < 0.0001). All the patients survived until the 7-month follow-up. TTE showed persistent RVD in 6 of 63 (10 %) patients who all had RVD in CT at admission. All of them had elevated NT-proBNP levels in the follow-up compared with 5 (9 %) of patients without RVD (p < 0.0001).TTE does not confer further benefit when helical CT is used for screening for RVD in non-high risk APE. All the patients who were found to have RVD in TTE at seven months follow-up had had RVD in the acute phase CT as well. Thus, patients without RVD in diagnostic CT do not seem to require further routine follow-up to screen for RVD later. On the other hand, persistent RVD and thus need for TTE control can be ruled out by assessment of NT-proBNP at follow-up. A follow-up protocol based on these findings is suggested.
“Smile through It!” Keeping up the Facade While Suffering from Postnatal Depressive Symptoms and Feelings of Loss: Findings of a Qualitative Study  [PDF]
Kari Vik, Marit Hafting
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.329123
Abstract: This qualitative study describes a research project in Norway comprising 15 mothers with postnatal depression and/or depressive symptoms and their experiences of loss in the early period following childbirth. During in-depth interviews, the mothers provided detailed descriptions of various loss subjects. Qualitative analysis revealed three global themes: loss of former identity, loss of self-reliance and lack of capacity for self-care. The analysis and discussions include perspectives from medicine and sociology. The descriptions may be valuable for health professionals’ understanding and assessment of postnatal depressive symptoms in mothers. The findings may also help to bridge the gap between medicine and sociology; furthermore, the results demonstrate the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to this multifaceted and complex phenomenon.
Efeito de algumas variáveis de processamento sobre propriedades organoléticas, físicas e químicas de massa obtida com a carne de poedeiras (Gallus gallus domesticus)
Graner, Murilo;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1974, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761974000100009
Abstract: boned light weight hen meat was ground, cured, flavored with liquid smoke, and cooked. the effect of salts (sodium chloride alone and combined with phosphates), added at different time intervals postmortem, and before and after freezing, on sensory, physical, and chemical properties of the loaves was studied. poultry loaves of acceptable quality were obtained with meat that had been slowly frozen and stored at -23°c for a 40-50 day period. when the carcasses were pumped with salt solutions before freezing, only those samples having added phosphates were satisfactory as far as binding and other properties were concerned. the results suggest that tetrasodium pyrophosphate, combined with sodium chloride, when added to the meat immediately after slaughter, could improve the meat binding properties.
Elabora??o de fiambre com emuls?o de carne mista e gordura de frango (Gallus gallus), sem e com pele
Graner, Murilo;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761987000100013
Abstract: chicken loaves (emulsion type) were prepared with light and dark meat from broiler hand deboned breasts and legs, chicken fat, with and without skin. the meat was cured and smoked. processing yields were 1.10 - 1.22 1b of final product for each 1b of meat (or 0.38 - 0.42 1b for each 1b of ready-to-cook bird); the yield was higher for loaves containing skin. this meat ingredient (at 10% level) had no significant influence on quality and chemical composition of the product, which had approximately 64.9% of moisture, 18.4% of protein (moisture/protein ratio = 3.5), 12.6% of fat, 2.4% of sodium chloride and 63 ppm od sodium nitrite. the ph of the loaves averaged 6.1. storage of the loaves at -25°c for 30 days apparently did not affect quality.
Rendimentos no corte e na desossa manual parcial de carca?as resfriadas comerciais de frango (Gallus gallus)
Graner, Murilo;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761987000200015
Abstract: as part of a poultry meat processing study, breast (29%), legs (31%), back (26%) and wings (12,5%) were obtained from chilled ready-to-cook broiler carcasses of retail market. light meat (separated from breast) yield was 65% based ond breast weight and 18% based on carcass weight. dark meat (separated from legs) yield was 58% based on leg weight and 18% based on carcass weight. the carcasses had 5% of fat and 14% of skin. the yield of dark meat (based on carcass weight) decreased with the increase of carecass weight (p < 0.01) (r = -0,53).
Elabora??o de fiambres com as carnes branca e escura de frango
Graner, M.;
Scientia Agricola , 1992, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90161992000400023
Abstract: chiken loaves were prepared with light and dark meat from broiler and deboned breasts and legs. the meat was cut, cured, ground, smoked and pasteurized (until 71°c). the yield was greater for the loaf prepared with light meat, which was also ranked first in sensory analysis. the light and the dark meat loaves had the following chemical compositions: moisture 70.6 - 71.0%; protein 22.0 - 20.2%; moisture/protein ratio 3.2 - 3.5; fat 4.0 - 4.5%; sodium chloride 2.4 - 2.5%; sodium nitrite 51.5 - 69.0 ppm; ph 6.1 - 6.25, respectively.
Marit Bakke: "Bredb ndsnet. Telenet. F llesantennenet" / "Forel big rapport vedr rende Bredb ndsnet" / "F llesantennenet. Fremtidens TV-distribution i Danmark"
Marit Bakke
Massekultur & Medier , 1983,
Грумант-медведь. Тексты Бориса Шергина о жизни поморов-промышленников на Свальбарде
(The Grumant Bear: Texts by Boris V. S ergin on the life of the Pomor hunters on Svalbard)

Marit Bjerkeng
Poljarnyj Vestnik , 1998,
Abstract: This article is a presentation of a few texts written by the author Boris Viktorovic S ergin (1896-1973), who was born in Arkhangelsk and wrote, among other things, a number of stories based on the oral tradition he knew from his childhood. This article focuses on the stories about the Pomor hunters on Svalbard. The article describes S ergin's portrayal of his ancestors in terms of morals, values and rules of behavior, and the way his stories implicitly stress the importance of certain values for people living in harsh conditions. Furthermore, the themes of S ergin' s texts are compared with various Norwegian sources describing life on Svalbard, including the Russian presence in the archipelago. The article also touches upon some recent views of the significance of S ergin's works for post-perestroika Russia and, in particular, for the construction of a Northern Russian identity.
Legemiddelstatistikk og legemiddelepidemiologi – redskap til en bedre helsetjeneste
Marit Andrew
Norsk Epidemiologi , 2009,
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Predicative definite NPIs in Norwegian
Marit Julien
Nordlyd : Troms? University Working Papers on Language & Linguistics / Institutt for Spr?k og Litteratur, Universitetet i Troms? , 2011,
Abstract: In Norwegian, a weak quantifier or a scalar adjective with a positive value may combine with a definite noun and thereby form an attenuating NPI. These phrases, which I call predicative definite NPIs, are exceptional as nominal phrases, since they do not accept a prenominal definiteness marker despite their overall definiteness, and they are exceptional as attenuating NPIs, since they are templatic instead of being lexically defined. The reason why predicative definite NPIs do not accept prenominal definiteness markers is arguably that there is no D head. The absence of a D head makes the phrases defective in their ability to refer. Hence, they are semantically predicative, and in the terms of Giannakidou (1998) they are referentially dependent, which is a property that characterises many NPIs in general. Hence, the lack of a D head causes the phrases to be NPIs, despite their definiteness. Concerning their licensing properties, when three influential theories of NPIlicensing—Progovac (1994), van der Wouden (1997) and Giannakidou (1998)— are confronted with the NPIs discussed here, it appears that Giannakidou’s model more successfully than the others can capture the licensing of predicative definite NPIs, although some refinement is required even here.
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