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Reacciones adversas psiquiátricas asociadas a nuevos macrólidos: A propósito de tres casos
Sanz de Miguel,M.P.; Sancho Gracia,E.; Chapi Pe?a,B.; Campos Bernal,A.; Romero Gil,R.; García Vera,C.;
Pediatría Atención Primaria , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1139-76322010000300007
Abstract: macrolides represent the 10-15% of the world-wide market of oral antibiotics. they are one of the safer groups of antibiotics, being the severe adverse reactions very rare. they can produce gastrointestinal reactions, hepatotoxicity and ototoxicity. the psychiatric reactions are found sporadically among the adverse effects. cases reported to the fda showed that clarithromycin and ciprofloxacin are the most frequent antibiotics associated with the development of mania. the syndrome has been termed antibiomania. we present three clinical cases seen in a primary care office in the last year with similar pictures of hyperactivity and aggressiveness coinciding with the administration of antibiotics of the family of the macrolides.
La adjudicación de recursos en los pacientes con mal pronóstico: la necesidad de un debate Awarding of resources in patients with bad prognosis: the need for debate
J.F. Solsona,Y. Díaz,M.L. Iglesias,M.P. Gracia
Medicina Intensiva , 2007,
Abstract: Objetivo. Evaluar la opinión de profesionales sanitarios sobre la adjudicación de recursos ante un paciente con mal pronóstico. Dise o. Encuesta tipo test donde se plantea un escenario de un paciente con pronóstico de vida de 6 meses, diferenciando entre buena o mala calidad de vida. Se valora si, en caso de ser necesario, se indicarían los siguientes recursos: ingreso en Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos (UCI), hemodiálisis, prótesis de cadera, trasplante, ingreso en hospital, antibióticos ante infección bacteriana, marcapasos permanente y cirugía. Para analizar la posible asociación entre las variables se utilizó la prueba de Chi-cuadrado de Pearson o la de tendencia lineal. Para determinar si cada entrevistado procedía de diferente manera en función del estado de calidad de vida del paciente se utilizó la prueba de McNemar. ámbito. Hospital Universitario de 480 camas. Participantes. Muestra de 256 voluntarios (médicos y enfermeras) del Servicio de Urgencias, de la UCI y de Quirófano. Intervenciones. Un responsable médico fue el encargado de distribuir personalmente la encuesta durante un período de dos semanas, así como de explicar las posibles dudas que pudieran derivar de la misma. Resultados. El 23,8% de los encuestados consideró que indicarían trasplante y un 79,8% un marcapasos permanente, si el paciente tenía buena calidad de vida. En caso de mala calidad de vida un 9,1% siempre hubieran indicado hemodiálisis (el 60,5% nunca), un 2,8%, prótesis de cadera (el 81,1% nunca) y un 4%, intervención quirúrgica compleja (el 78,8% nunca). Asimismo existieron diferencias significativas en todas las variables estudiadas dependiendo de si el paciente presentaba buena o mala calidad de vida. Conclusión. Existe una gran variabilidad sobre la asignación de recursos para pacientes con escasas posibilidades de supervivencia. Objective. Assess the opinion of health care professions on the awarding of resources when the patient has a bad prognosis. Design. Survey type test where a scenario of a patient with a 6 month life prognosis is posed, differentiating between good and bad quality of life. It is evaluated if the following resources would be indicated if necessary: admission to ICU, hemodialysis, hip prosthesis, transplant, Hospital admission, antibiotics for bacterial infection, permanent pacemaker and surgery. To analyze the possible association between the variables, the Pearson's Chi Square Test or that of linear tendency was used. To determine if each person interviewed was appropriate in a different way based on the patient's quality of life status, the McNe
A Novel Technique for Measuring Root Activity of Small Crops in Mixtures Using Lithium as a Non-Radioactive Tracer
M.P. Tofinga
Agricultural Journal , 2013,
Abstract: A novel method of studying root interactions in mixtures of small crops (eg. cereals and peas is discussed. The technique involve the measurements of root activity using lithium, a non-radioactive tracer and using a mixture of cereal and peas as an example of a mixed crop where the technique is applicable. Results of studies on root activity of cereals and peas by Tofinga, Tofinga and Snaydon and Tofinga were used in the discussion and to explain how the technique works. The total lithium uptake by cereals was tenfold that of peas and for both species, the uptake decreased with placement depth. Semi-leafless peas absorbed more lithium than leafy peas, by about sixteen times. Lithium uptake by peas was significantly more in monoculture compared with mixtures, in cereals.
Vasstaar en deurkyk: ’n refleksie op bewustheid en veelheid van betekenisse28
M.P. Wissing
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1995, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v60i3.642
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The marketing of innovation activity results commercialization in industry
M.P. Kalynychenko
Marketing ì Mened?ment Innovacìj , 2012,
Abstract: The article explores the theoretical and methodological principles of marketing commercialize innovations. Scientific and practical recommendations about use of marketing approach for commercialization of innovative activity results in the industry are developed. They consist of stages of commercialization marketing project management process observance and application of design, scenaring and network planning.
Indoor Environment Mobile Robot Localization
IMTHIYAS M.P
International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: Robot Localization is an emerging area in recent research and applications. The determination of location or localization is the basic requirement for robots to move in their office environment. This proposed work aims to build a map from a sparse set of noisy observations, taken from known locations by multiple sensors and is validated experimentally in indoor office environment. A set of training data is collected from each environment and processed offlineto produce a GP Model (Gaussian Process Model). The robot uses this model to localize while traversing each environment. The sensors are used to extract information about the robot’s environment. Because a mobile robot moves around, it will frequently encounter unforeseen environmental characteristics. The sensors have only a limited range, and so it must physically explore its environment to build a map. So,the robot must not only create a map but also it must do so while moving and localizing to explore the environment. In the robotics terminology, this is called the simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), and then changing the robot’s trajectory as informed by its sensors during robot motion is called the Obstacle avoidance. The proposed system is used for avoiding real time obstacle in smooth surface by using feature extraction.
The results of the program to change the cognitive component of social representations about the consequences of drug use in adolescents
M.P. Ryabov
Psihologi?eskaa Nauka i Obrazovanie , 2013,
Abstract: We argue the need of development and implementation of informational programs to focus drug prevention in adolescents due to the fact that the researchers neglected the distortion of knowledge and ideas about the consequences of drug use. The results of the program aimed at change the cognitive component of social representations of teenagers about taking drugs are presented. The program implemented in general education school is based on informational approach: a video is shown about the consequences of drug use on human health and life. The study involved 158 adolescents aged 15 to 18 years, students of 9th and 11th grades. As a result of the program, we recorded a significant reduction in the desire of teens to try drugs, their increased knowledge about the consequences of drug use, change in the hierarchy of consequences of initiation to drugs important for adolescents, and their life orientations. We identified and described age-and gender-specific impact of the program on the study parameters.
Otter Lutra lutra Predating Dragonflies
Bailley M.P.
IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin , 2000,
Abstract: In June 2000, the author found spraints and other signs indicating that at least one otter had been eating quantities of adult Four-Spotted Chasers (Libellula quadrimaculata) common at the location, on the coastal raised bog of Cors Fochno in west Wales.
Free energy of 3D Ising-like system near the phase transition point
M.P. Kozlovskii
Condensed Matter Physics , 2009,
Abstract: A generalized representation for the scaling form of free energy of the system near the phase transition point is proposed. Explicit expressions for coefficients as functions of the reduced temperature and external field in the case of T>Tc are obtained at the microscopic level.
Buried Object Discrimination in a Ground Penetrating Radar Radargram
M.P. Priyadarshini
Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing , 2013, DOI: 10.9756/bijaip.10188
Abstract: Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive technique used for the location of objects or interfaces buried beneath the earth's surface or located within a visually opaque structure. This research work proposes techniques for buried object discrimination for the images generated by GPR by using GPR frequency-domain spectral features. The motivation for this approach comes from the fact that landmine targets and clutter objects often have different shapes and/or composition, yielding different Energy Density Spectrum (EDS) that may be exploited for their discrimination. The proposed system comprises cascade of two stages: Pre - Processing Stage, followed by Discrimination Stage. Pre Processing eliminates the ground bounce and clutter to get an enhanced image. Enhancement is followed by Landmine or clutter Discrimination using Energy Density Spectrum. All implementations are done using MATLAB
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