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The Absence of Enhanced Disease with Wild-Type Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection Occurring After Receipt of Live, Attenuated, Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccines

Wright, Peter F.; Karron, Ruth A.; Belshe, Robert B.; Shi, Jian R.; Randolph, Valerie B.; Collins, Peter L.; O’Shea, Alice F.; Gruber, William C.; Murphy, Brian R.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Early in the development of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccines severe disease occurred in children after receipt of formalin-inactivated RSV vaccine. Continuing efforts to develop an appropriately attenuated and immunogenic live RSV vaccine have given opportunities to assure that live vaccines are safe through surveillance of children after vaccination. In the present study, the rate of RSV-associated upper respiratory tract illness in 388 children was lower in RSV vaccinated children than in controls (14% versus 20% in a 6–24 month old group and 16% versus 25% in infants). Additionally, there was no evidence that vaccination predisposed to more severe lower respiratory tract illness. Thus infection with a series of live attenuated RSV vaccines did not result in enhanced disease upon infection with wild type RSV. The impact of RSV during this surveillance will inform the design of future efficacy studies with RSV vaccines.

Racial Disparities in Receipt of Influenza and Pneumococcus Vaccinations Among US Nursing-Home Residents

Li, Yue; Mukamel, Dana B.
Fonte: American Public Health Association Publicador: American Public Health Association
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Objectives. We examined racial disparities in receipt and documentation of influenza and pneumococcus vaccinations among nursing-home residents.

Novel Assay To Assess Permissiveness of a Soil Microbial Community toward Receipt of Mobile Genetic Elements▿ †

Musovic, Sanin; Dechesne, Arnaud; Sørensen, Jan; Smets, Barth F.
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Publicador: American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
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There is a wealth of evidence indicating that mobile genetic elements can spread in natural microbial communities. However, little is known regarding the fraction of the community that actually engages in this behavior. Here we report on a new approach to quantify the fraction of a bacterial community that is able to receive and maintain an exogenous conjugal plasmid termed community permissiveness. Conjugal transfer of a broad-host-range plasmid labeled with a zygotically inducible green fluorescent protein (RP4::gfp) from a donor strain (Pseudomonas putida) to a soil bacterial suspension was examined. The mixture of cells was incubated on membrane filters supported by different solid media. Plasmid transfer was scored by in situ visualization of green fluorescent transconjugant microcolonies, and host range was determined by traditional plating or microcolony isolation by using a micromanipulator. Among the conditions tested, the highest plasmid transfer incidence (approximately 1 transfer per 104 soil bacteria) was measured after 48 h of incubation on either a 10% soil extract or a 10-fold diluted R2A medium. Stereomicroscopy combined with image analysis allowed easy examination and enumeration of green fluorescent microcolonies. In all experiments...

Predictors of Substance Abuse Treatment Need and Receipt Among Homeless Women

Tucker, Joan S.; Wenzel, Suzanne L.; Golinelli, Daniela; Zhou, Annie; Green, Harold D.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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Many homeless women do not receive needed treatment for substance abuse. This study identified social network and other predisposing factors associated with perceived need for and receipt of substance abuse treatment among 273 homeless women who screened positive for past year substance abuse. Perceived treatment need was more likely among women with drug-using sex partners, a denser network, and an arrest history, but less likely for those with a minor child and longer history of homelessness. Receiving treatment was more likely among women who received informational support from their sex partners and who had an arrest history, but less likely among those who had a more street-based social network, had a minor child, considered themselves homeless, and recently needed mental health treatment. Treatment services researchers should attend more closely to social contextual factors, as well as the more traditional individual factors, to understand access and barriers to treatment.

Race and age disparities in receipt of sentinel lymph node biopsy for early-stage breast cancer

Reeder-Hayes, Katherine E.; Bainbridge, John; Meyer, Anne Marie; Amos, Keith D.; Weiner, Bryan J.; Godley, Paul A.; Carpenter, William R.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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To evaluate differences in use of sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) by age and race in Medicare recipients with early-stage breast cancer, we examined Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results—Medicare linked data for women undergoing breast conserving surgery for stage I or II breast cancer, including axillary staging, between January 2000 and December 2002. Multivariable generalized linear modeling with generalized estimating equations was used to identify predictors of receiving SLNB versus standard axillary lymph node dissection as the primary axillary staging modality. Women were significantly less likely to receive SLNB as their primary staging procedure if they were African American (OR 0.65), greater than 80 years of age (OR 0.71 vs. age <70), or dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid (OR 0.61). Tumor characteristics, including well-differentiated histology and stage I disease, were associated with increased likelihood of SLNB, but estrogen receptor status was not a significant predictor. Women treated at an institution affiliated with an NCI cooperative research group had significantly greater likelihood of receiving SLNB (OR 2.31). Likelihood of receiving SLNB increased for women diagnosed in 2001 and 2002 compared with 2000. Significant disparities exist in receipt of SLNB in the Medicare population...

Ethnicity and Race Variations in Receipt of Surgery among Veterans with and without Depression

Copeland, Laurel A.; Zeber, John E.; Pugh, Mary Jo; Phillips, Karon L.; Lawrence, Valerie A.
Fonte: Hindawi Publishing Corporation Publicador: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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To examine equity in one aspect of care provision in the Veterans Health Administration, this study analyzed factors associated with receipt of coronary artery bypass graft (CABG), vascular, hip/knee, or digestive system surgeries during FY2006–2009. A random sample of patients (N = 317, 072) included 9% with depression, 17% African-American patients, 5% Hispanics, and 5% women. In the four-year followup, 18,334 patients (6%) experienced surgery: 3,109 hip/knee, 3,755 digestive, 1,899 CABG, and 11,330 vascular operations. Patients with preexisting depression were less likely to have surgery than nondepressed patients (4% versus 6%). In covariate-adjusted analyses, minority patients were slightly less likely to receive vascular operations compared to white patients (Hispanic OR = 0.88, P < .01; African-American OR = 0.93, P < .01) but more likely to undergo digestive system procedures. Some race-/ethnicity-related disparities of care for cardiovascular disease may persist for veterans using the VHA.

Association between Participation in Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation and Self-Reported Receipt of Lifestyle Advice from a Healthcare Provider: Results of a Population-Based Cross-Sectional Survey

Johnson, Natalie A.; Inder, Kerry J.; Ewald, Ben D.; James, Erica L.; Bowe, Steven J.
Fonte: Hindawi Publishing Corporation Publicador: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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We test the hypothesis that the odds of self-reported receipt of lifestyle advice from a health care provider will be lower among outpatient cardiac rehabilitation (OCR) nonattendees and nonreferred patients compared to OCR attendees. Logistic regression was used to analyse cross-sectional data provided by 65% (4971/7678) of patients aged 20 to 84 years discharged from public hospitals with a diagnosis indicating eligibility for OCR between 2002 and 2007. Among respondents, 71% (3518) and 55% (2724) recalled advice regarding physical activity and diet, respectively, while 88% (592/674) of smokers recalled quit advice. OCR attendance was low: 36% (1764) of respondents reported attending OCR, 11% (552) did not attend following referral, and 45% (2217) did not recall being invited. The odds of recalling advice regarding physical activity and diet were significantly lower among OCR nonattendees compared to attendees (OR 0.34, 95% CI 0.21, 0.56 and OR 0.33, 95% CI 0.25, 0.44, resp.) and among nonreferred respondents compared to OCR attendees (OR 0.10, 95% CI 0.07, 0.15 and OR 0.17, 95% CI 0.14, 0.22, resp.). Patients hospitalised for coronary heart disease should be referred to OCR or a suitable alternative to improve recall of lifestyle advice that will reduce the risk of further coronary events.

Prior Incarceration and Barriers to Receipt of Services among Entrants to Alternative to Incarceration Programs: A Gender-Based Disparity

Wu, Elwin; El-Bassel, Nabila; Gilbert, Louisa; Hess, Leona; Lee, Hae-Nim; Rowell, Tawandra L.
Fonte: Springer US Publicador: Springer US
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The high levels of health and psychosocial needs among correctional populations strongly shape the well-being of the urban communities from which a large number of criminal justice-involved individuals come or to which they return. The benefits of providing services to correction-involved individuals and linking them to providers such as with alternative to incarceration (ATI) programs may be limited if they encounter difficulties accessing such services. This study identified the types of barriers that have prevented entrants into ATI programs from receiving health and psychosocial services. We then tested the association between number of prior incarcerations and number of barriers by gender. From a random sample of adults (N = 322; 83 women and 239 men) entering ATI programs in New York City, data were collected via structured interviews that elicited self-reported sociodemographics, substance use, prior incarcerations, and barriers that had actually prevented a participant from visiting or returning to a service provider. Participants reported an average of 3.0 barriers that have prevented them from receiving health and psychosocial services. The most prevalent barriers predominantly concerned service providers’ inability to accommodate constraints on participants’ time availability or flexibility...

Using digital certificates for radiology result receipt confirmation

Wendt, Gary; Kulbago, Timothy; Peppler, Wally
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The implementation of this system provides a cost-effective and easy-to-use mechanism for verifying the receipt of radiology results. This provides the radiology department with assurance that their use of internet technologies is secure, effective, and reliable. Likewise, the approach outlined can be integrated into an enterprise-wide solution for the deployment of digital certificate technologies.

The parent-provider relationship: Does race/ethnicity concordance or discordance influence parent reports of the receipt of high quality basic pediatric preventive services?

Stevens, Gregory D.; Mistry, Ritesh; Zuckerman, Barry; Halfon, Neal
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Recent research among adults suggests that having a provider of the same race/ethnicity may enhance the quality of health care above and beyond just having any regular source of care. It is not known whether such relationships exist in pediatric care. The purpose of this study is to identify the distribution and methods by which families have a race/ethnicity concordant provider of well-child care and examine whether differences exist in the receipt of basic preventive services (BPS) and familycentered care (FCC) among those with concordant, discordant, and no regular providers. Analyses are stratified by geography to assess whether urban versus nonurban setting moderates these differences. This study uses publicly available data from the 2000 National Survey of Early Childbood Health (NSECH), a nationally representative, cross-sectional telephone survey of parents of children ages 4–35 months (n=1,996). African Americans and Latinos were more likely than whites to lack a regular provider of well-child care (60.9% and 65.7% vs. 50.6%) and less likely to have a concordant provider (9.8% and 5.7% vs. 38.5%) (P<.0011). African Americans with a regular provider were about three times more likely to establish a concordant relationship in urban versus nonurban settings (32.4% vs. 12.5%...

Utility of therapeutic drug monitoring in the management of HIV-infected pregnant women in receipt of lopinavir

Caswell, R J; Phillips, D; Chaponda, M; Khoo, S H; Taylor, G P; Ghanem, M; Poulton, M; Welch, J; Gibbons, S; Jackson, V; Lambert, J S
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The pharmacokinetics of antiretroviral drugs in pregnancy is poorly understood. We reviewed the use of therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) in clinical settings to document plasma concentrations of lopinavir during pregnancy and investigated how clinicians acted upon TDM results. A retrospective review was carried out of all HIV-infected pregnant women taking boosted lopinavir-based highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) at five National Health Service (NHS) centres in the UK between May 2004 and March 2007. Seventy-three women in receipt of lopinavir were identified, of whom 89% had plasma lopinavir concentrations above the suggested minimum recommended for wild-type HIV. Initial TDM results prompted dosage change in 10% and assessment of adherence and/or pharmacist review in 11%. TDM was repeated in 29%. TDM can play an important role in the clinical management of HIV-positive pregnant women, allowing informed dose modification and an alternative measure of adherence.

Influence of health insurance, hospital factors and physician volume on receipt of immediate post-mastectomy reconstruction in women with invasive and non-invasive breast cancer

Hershman, D. L.; Richards, C. A.; Kalinsky, K.; Wilde, E. T.; Lu, Y. S.; Ascherman, J. A.; Neugut, A. I.; Wright, J. D.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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For women with breast cancer who undergo mastectomy, immediate breast reconstruction (IR) offers a cosmetic and psychological advantage. We evaluated the association between demographic, hospital, surgeon and insurance factors and receipt of IR. We conducted a retrospective hospital-based analysis with the Perspective database. Women who underwent a mastectomy for invasive breast cancer (IBC) and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) from 2000 to 2010 were included. Logistic regression analysis was used to determine factors predictive of IR. Analyses were stratified by age (<50 vs. ≥50) and IBC versus DCIS. Of the 108,992 women with IBC who underwent mastectomy, 30,859 (28.3 %) underwent IR, as compared to 6,501 (44.2 %) of the 14,710 women with DCIS who underwent mastectomy underwent IR. In a multivariable model for IBC, increasing age, black race, being married, rural location, and increased comorbidities were associated with decreased IR. Odds ratios (OR) of IR increased with commercial insurance (OR 3.38) and Medicare (OR 1.66) insurance (vs. self-pay), high surgeon-volume (OR 1.19), high hospital-volume (OR 2.24), and large hospital size (OR 1.20). The results were identical for DCIS, and by age category. The absolute difference between the proportion of patients who received IR with commercial insurance compared to other insurance...

The influence of travel time on breast cancer characteristics, receipt of primary therapy, and surveillance mammography

Onega, Tracy; Cook, Andrea; Kirlin, Beth; Shi, Xun; Alford-Teaster, Jennifer; Tuzzio, Leah; Buist, Diana S. M.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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Travel time has been shown to influence some aspects of cancer characteristics at diagnosis and care for women with breast cancer, but important gaps remain in our understanding of its impact. We examined the influence of travel time to the nearest radiology facility on breast cancer characteristics, treatment, and surveillance for women with early-stage invasive breast cancer. We included 1,012 women with invasive breast cancer (stages I and II) who had access to care within an integrated health care delivery system in western Washington State. The travel times to the nearest radiology facility were calculated for all the U.S. Census blocks within the study area and assigned to women based on residence at diagnosis. We collected cancer characteristics, primary and adjuvant therapies, and surveillance mammography for at least 2.5 years post diagnosis and used multivariable analyses to test the associations of travel time. The majority of women (68.6%) lived within 20 min of the nearest radiology facility, had stage I disease (72.7%), received breast conserving therapy (68.7%), and had annual surveillance mammography the first 2 years after treatment (73.7%). The travel time was not significantly associated with the stage or surveillance mammography after adjusting for covariates. Primary therapy was significantly related to travel time...

Nonfamily Experience and Receipt of Personal Care in a Rapidly Changing Context

Yarger, Jennifer; Brauner-Otto, Sarah R.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Scholars and policy makers have expressed concern that social and economic changes occurring throughout Asia are threatening the well-being of older adults by undercutting their systems of family support. Using a sample of 1,654 men and women aged 45 and older from the Chitwan Valley Family Study in Nepal, we evaluated the relationship between individuals’ nonfamily experiences, such as education, travel, and nonfamily living, and their likelihood of receiving personal care in older adulthood. Overall, we found that among individuals in poor health, those who had received more education, traveled to the capital city, or lived away from their families were less likely to have received personal care in the previous two weeks than adults who had not had these experiences. Our findings provide evidence that although familial connections remain strong in Nepal, experiences in new nonfamily social contexts are tied to lower levels of care receipt.

Population-Level Trends in Post-Treatment Cancer Survivors’ Concerns and Associated Receipt of Care: Results from the 2006 and 2010 LIVESTRONG Surveys

Beckjord, Ellen Burke; Reynolds, Kerry A.; van Londen, GJ; Burns, Rachel; Singh, Reema; Arvey, Sarah R.; Nutt, Stephanie A.; Rechis, Ruth
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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There is a need to better understand the post-treatment concerns of the nearly 14 million cancer survivors alive in the United States today and their receipt of care.

A Guide to the University of Toronto’s Classics Department Papyrus Collection at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

Barker, Clare
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Technical Report; Other
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The Classics Department Papyrus Collection at the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library was formed by Alan E. Samuel when he arrived at the University of Toronto in 1966. The collection consists of three inventory types: the Paper Towel (PT) Inventory, which was purchased in 1965 by Samuel when he was in Egypt; the Oxford University Gazette (OUG) Inventory, which consists of small fragments excavated from El Hibeh by Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt in 1902 and 1903; and the Rostovzteff-Welles (RW) Inventory, which consists of larger papyrus fragments from the same source as the OUG Inventory. The entire collection is described in an appended catalogue that provides information on the condition and contents of each inventory designation and lists the storage method, material type, language(s), proposed date(s), document type(s), number of fragments and dimensions. The collection consists mainly of Greek documents and letters extracted from Ptolemaic mummy cartonnage dating to the third century BCE, but there are also a few Demotic pieces, as well as late Greek papyri, three Coptic pieces and one Arabic letter. In order to make the papyri readily available for scholarship and decrease their handling, they were photographed in visible light and near infrared. The near infrared photographs improve the legibility of the ink by increasing its visibility through thin layers of gesso and certain stains. Additionally...

Security, Loan & Savings Company receipt

Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Imagem
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An 1897 receipt from the Security, Loan & Savings Company to the Grand Central Hotel Co. for $15.00

Receipt for Rent - 1867

Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Outros
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A rent receipt for Mr. Cowan Sr. dated August 19th 1867. The amount paid is $1.50 to Canada Presbyterian Church in Thorold, 3months for July 1st to October 1st.

Social Transfers, Labor Supply and Poverty Reduction : The Case of Albania

Dabalen, Andrew; Kilic, Talip; Wane, Waly
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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In 1993, in response to persistent unemployment, and rising poverty and social unrest, the government of Albania introduced an anti-poverty program, namely Ndihma Ekonomike; in 1995 it was extended to all poor households. This paper estimates the separate effects of participation in this income support program and the old-age pension program on objective and subjective measures of household poverty. The analysis uses the nationally representative Albanian Living Standards Measurement Surveys carried out in 2002 and 2005. Using propensity score matching methods, the paper finds that Ndihma Ekonomike households, particularly urban residents, have lower per capita consumption and are more likely to be discontented with their lives, financial situation, and consumption levels than their matched comparators. In contrast, households receiving pensions are not significantly different from their matched comparators in reference to the same set of outcomes. The paper finds that the negative impact of Ndihma Ekonomike participation on welfare is driven by a negative labor supply response among work-eligible individuals. This negative labor response is larger among women and urban residents. In contrast to Ndihma Ekonomike...

Financial Constraints, Working Capital and the Dynamic Behavior of the Firm

Chan, Rosanna
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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Financial constraints are widespread in developing countries, where even short-term credit is limited. Finance held by firms as working capital is a substantial proportion of sales revenue, yet the role of working capital is largely neglected by existing models of financial constraints. This paper presents a dynamic model of the firm that incorporates working capital by introducing a delay between factor payments and the receipt of revenue. In contrast with previous models, the working capital model predicts that firms under binding constraints will substitute between labor and capital in response to demand shocks, causing investment to be countercyclical. For firms near the margin of being constrained, constraints bind when positive production opportunities arise. Output growth is therefore constrained in response to positive shocks but not to negative shocks. Simulations suggest that models without working capital may understate the predicted effects of financial constraints on production efficiency, firm profit and growth over time. The predictions are tested with the Bangladesh Panel Survey data for manufacturing firms. Consistent with the theory...