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Maxillo-mandibular rehabilitations with very early osteointegrated dental implants for severe hypodontia and anodontia related to ectodermal dysplasia  [PDF]
Philippe Martin, Christian Paulus
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2012.24046
Abstract: The ectodermal dysplasias are rare diseases with hypodontia, hypotrichosis and hypohidrosis. The subject's life is considerably constrained and this from an early age, with major difficulties for the integration and acceptance of conventional prosthetic occlusal rehabilitation. The use of implants is an integral part of early treatment, in the regions of stable growth, that is to say symphysis. In two childs of 5 and 6 years we have made implant-borne prosthetic rehabilitation in the maxilla and the mandible. Aesthetic and social evaluation were positive. We have restored the normal oro-facial functions for the correct development of skeletal bases. They acted as an external fixator intraoral, stimulating the growth by the function. Our question was: can we leave a child throughout his childhood and adolescence with a not suitable removable prosthesis, under the pretext of growth unfinished?
Efeito de substratos agrícolas na produ??o de mudas de hortel? propagadas por estaquia
Paulus, Dalva;Paulus, Eloi;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362007000400020
Abstract: the use of appropriated substrates for each vegetative species is important to obtain seedlings and plants with commercial quality. the experiment was carried out in rio grande do sul state, brazil. the effect of substrates (organic-mineral, carbonized rice husk + sand (1:1) and carbonized rice husk + soil (1:1)) was determined for the production of appropriated mint seedlings (mentha arvensis l.) for field cultivation. the experiment was performed in two phases: production of the seedlings under protected environment and growth of the plants in field. the experimental design was a completely randomized design with three treatments and 15 replications. we evaluated the height and number of leaves at 7; 14; 21 and 28 days after the transplant; index of mortality; fresh and dry matter, 35 days after transplanting date. the organic-mineral substrates presented the best results in relation to the production of fresh (7.01 g planta-1) and dry matter (2.40 g planta-1). the mixture of carbonized rice husk + soil or the sand are adequated to be used in the production of mint seedlings in field.
Can we improve outcomes in AF patients by early therapy?
Paulus Kirchhof
BMC Medicine , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/1741-7015-7-72
Abstract: The etiology of atrial fibrillation is complex. Most of the causes of atrial fibrillation which are known at present perpetuate themselves in vicious circles, and presence of the arrhythmia by itself causes marked damage of atrial myocardium. These pathophysiological insights suggest that early diagnosis and comprehensive therapy of atrial fibrillation, including adequate therapy of all atrial fibrillation-causing conditions, rate control, and rhythm control therapy, could help to prevent progression of atrial fibrillation and reduce atrial fibrillation-related complications. Such a therapy should make use of safe and effective therapeutic modalities, some of which have become available recently or will become available in the near future. The hypothesis that early diagnosis and early, comprehensive therapy of atrial fibrillation can improve outcomes requires formal testing in controlled trials.Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained arrhythmia and affects at least 1% of the population, amounting to 5.5 to 7 million patients with AF in Europe [1,2]. AF is characterized by very rapid, irregular electrical activation of the atria (350 to 400 bpm), resulting in 1) loss of coordinated contraction and transport function in the atria and 2) irregular ventricular rate and loss of ventricular rate adaptation to increased demands (arrhythmia absoluta). In an ageing population, the prevalence and incidence of AF will increase dramatically in the next decades [2,3]. Unlike most other supraventricular tachyarrhythmias, atrial fibrillation can usually not be cured [4,5]. Rather, most patients progress from paroxysmal AF, that is, AF that alternates with periods of sinus rhythm, to sustained forms (Figure 1), even when currently available therapeutic options are applied. This sobering finding is aggravated by the dramatic consequences that AF implies in affected individuals and for society (Table 1).One of the reasons why AF is so difficult to cure is probably the c
Health and care in ageing societies. A new international approach
Aggie Paulus
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
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Legal History and Internet
Christoph Paulus
Forum Historiae Iuris , 1997,
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Wolfgang Wüst, Georg Kreuzer, Nicola Schümann (Hrsg.), Der Augsburger Religionsfriede 1555. Ein Epochenereignis und seine regionale Verankerung.
Christof Paulus
Forum Historiae Iuris , 2006,
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Rechtsgeschichte und Internet
Christoph Paulus
Forum Historiae Iuris , 1997,
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Eestlased kaugel idas – v ljar ndamisest assimileerumiseni
Ivo Paulus
M?etagused. Hüperajakiri , 2012,
Abstract: After incorporating the Ussuri region into Russia, the latter’s primary aim was to colonize the coast of the Sea of Japan to make it not only nominal but also a real property of Russia. In order to find re-settlers for this region, Russian officials started search in the western corner of their empire – on Estonian islands Saaremaa and Muhumaa, where people already worked as fishermen and were also interested in getting some land. They were an exact match to the Russians’ needs for populating the other end of their empire, the land beside the Pacific. In the second half of the 19th century the grounds for regular ship connection between Odessa and Vladivostok were laid. In 1898 Estonian scouts went to the Ussuri region to see the land they were offered (at the expense of Russia). The scouts were satisfied – the sea was filled with fish and the territory was surrounded with forests. Every individual settler was granted 15 hectares of land, each family – 100 hectares, and they were freed from taxes for five years; besides, they were supplied with food for 18 months and allocated some money for buying tools. Estonian settlers could also count on getting 1000 roubles for fishing equipment and setup. However, the land was not totally uninhabited. The Chinese lived there seasonally – they cultivated the land and lived in their shacks, but they had no legal right to the land. As an unpleasant surprise, they found out that the land they had been using was now in the possession of Estonians. Estonians were surprised as well when they realized that the land allocated to them was already partly cultivated and in use; yet, they gained advantage from the situation. As rightful owners, they rented part of their lands to the Chinese. The conditions for land cultivation and fishing in the Pacific were different from those in Estonia. It took time before people adapted to local climate, landscape, soil and fishing opportunities. Two villages were settled by Estonians: Liiviküla (founded in 1899) and Linda (founded in 1903). By the year 1915 there were 141 households with 691 people (236 men and 455 women). 80 of them were fisherman. Then the revolution and the First World War broke out, and contact with the homeland was lost. In 1922 the Red Army reached Vladivostok. This started a new phase in the life of Estonians of the Far East. In 1924 the associations of fishermen were established, and in 1929 a kolkhoz named “Liflandets” was founded on the basis of these associations. In 1931, when Juhan Hanslepp was elected the chairman of the kolkhoz, it was renamed to Nov i Mir
THE SETTLEMENT OF STREN–KALI WONOKROMO–SURABAYA: The City Image Based on the Development of Marginal Society
Paulus Bawole
Dimensi : Journal of Architecture and Built Environment , 2009,
Abstract: As human beings the poor people in informal settlements also have the right to live better like any other well-off people. Although the government regards them as illegal, they demonstrate great ingenuity in developing their residential neighborhoods. Public spaces are the living room for the people living in the informal settlements - the place where people come to enjoy their settlement. The strategy of sustainable development for informal settlements can be carried out well if the inhabitants are involved at the whole development process. In 2006 the population of Surabaya city was 2,716,971 people. An experience about urban upgrading in informal settlement along Wonokromo riverbank, Surabaya shows how the program implemented can improve the living quality of the inhabitants. With the program of Community Total Participation, the physical problems of the settlements can be reduced gradually. This paper will discuss the action research which tries to involve the inhabitants through total participatory strategy. The qualitative and quantitative data will be analyzed in order to find conclusions and to recommend alternative solutions.
Westliche und muslimische Geschlechter? Western and Muslim Genders?
Stanislawa Paulus
querelles-net , 2008,
Abstract: Mih iyazgan geht der Frage nach wie Differenzen in m nnlichen und weiblichen Subjektkonstutionen im Westen und im Islam empirisch erfasst werden k nnen. Hierbei verfolgt sie eine antiessentialitische Perspektive, in der sie sich zentral auf Judith Butler und Michel Foucault bezieht. über beide hinausgehend entwickelt sie ein Modell pluraler Diskurse, mit dessen Hilfe kulturelle bedingte Geschlechterkonstruktionen verstehbar werden. Anhand einer Untersuchung von Interviews, in der sie interaktionsanalytische und diskursanalytische Herangehensweisen verbindet, macht sie unterschiedliche Zonen des Sagbaren und Unsagbaren in westlichen und muslimischen Geschlechterdiskursen sichtbar. Mih iyazgan approaches the question as to how differences in the constitution of the subject in men and women in the west and in Islam can be empirically measured. She takes an anti-essentialist perspective, referring primarily to Judith Butler and Michel Foucault. Going beyond both, however, she develops a model of plural discourses with which gender constructions that are contingent on culture can be understood. On the basis of interviews, in which she connects her approaches through an interactional and discursive analysis, she makes visible different zones of the speakable and the unspeakable in western and Muslim gender discourses. She points to partially discursive incongruities, referring in particular to Muslim men in marginalized positions. The model presented offers a contribution to understanding discourse analysis as an empirical method. It needs to be made more dynamic, however, in order to avoid cultural codification.
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