We agree that reconsideration of guidelines for acute fluid management is warranted, particularly when current recommendations await an adequate evidencebase.
Nonetheless, an abundance of evidencepoints to the functional relevance of this complex (references above).
To restrict the choice of polymorphisms worthy of further study, we constructed an evidencetable from reports appearing in MEDLINE-indexed English language journals describing cross-sectional or longitudinal studies of at least one thrombosis gene polymorphism in at least 100 patients with stroke.
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While Christianity was not a great success in China, it made local headway, evidencedtoday by the numerous Catholic churches in Macau’s historic center.
Curation guidelines To determine the intron-exon structure of gene models, curators visually inspected the alignment of computational evidencetypes to the WGS3 heterochromatic sequences using Apollo.
This is called the evidenceexclusion rule.
Only, then, a self-evidencingexperience is sufficient for one to accept or reject the tenets of this or any teaching.
Curators may set a splice site by selecting an exon and one evidencefeature and choosing either the 'Set as 5' end' or 'Set as 3' end' option from the annotation pop-up menu.
Bayesian learning works well by frequentist standards--what MacKay calls the "evidenceframework" is used by frequentist statisticians under the name "empirical Bayes."
These barriers can include limitations on territorial application of law, jurisdictional issues, evidencegathering, cross-border co-operation between enforcement agencies, and cross-border recognition and enforcement of redress.
evidenceguides, theoretical and practical assessment tasks, model answers, competency checklists, workbooks and portfolios).
Studies using an historical control group (for the conventional smear) represent the least valid design in the evidencehierarchy of considered studies.
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Conflicting evidencelinks lung cancer with HIV infection.
A few months later, his former partner, Rafael Perez, stole 8 pounds of cocaine from police evidencelockers.
New gene models can be created easily by dragging a feature from the evidencepanel into the annotation zone.
Although the evidencepost dated the date of application, Mr Howie considered it had value in determining the inherent distinctiveness of the words at the relevant date.
This is what my evidenceprofessor, Kenneth Graham, referred to as "Surreptitious Principle No.
But that evidencesample of DNA cannot possibly be Suspect #1's.
In addition the main European Committees of the Commons and the Lords could consider holding more evidencesessions in Brussels and put the EU under direct parliamentary scrutiny on the spot where the decisions are finalised.
The principles are clear: teachers make assessment decisions based on the evidencestudents produce.
While Nrg1, Mig1, and Mig2 are partially redundant, current evidencesuggestions that they do not function in the same relative fashion at all glucose-repressible promoters.
Laughing All the Way to Court As a sometimes evidenceteacher, I read Bruce Gottlieb's item "How Blind Must Justice Be?"
By the evening of August 6, all but the delivery teams and one or two persons assigned to remove the evidencetrail had left East Africa.
Having, perhaps, stacked the deck, Coyne and Orr find almost no evidence that drift has contributed to speciation in nature, but conclude that there is “considerable evidence” that selection has done so.
Presenting evidenceX and calling for a study of Y clearly is meant to imply that X is suggestive of Y.
Each computer provided the following software compatible with Microsoft Windows ®: Scientific American Textbook of Medicine ®, the Cochrane Library ®, and Best Evidence®.
The authors consider a more realistic goal is a small shift in funding agencies' evidencecriteria, away from 'epidemiology and rational technical frameworks towards interpretivisit traditions.'
For a complete list of the evidencedatasets and their description see [ 82].
I suggest that these scattered avatars of balagan/balcony evidencedescent from a single Proto-Indo-European root, most prolifically in Italian and Persian.
Research design, levels of evidenceEvidence-based dentistry: Part IV.
[ 14 16 17 18 ] Even for EBM practitioners, the researchevidence is but one component of medical decision making.
There is no known documentaryevidence to support Hockney's claim.
In cases where DNAevidence is located, will statutes of limitations become irrelevant?
The earliest biomarkerevidence of eukaryotes is at 2.7 Ga [ 11 ] and the earliest fossils appear 2.1 Ga [ 12 ] .
In light of the laboratoryevidence and limited number population-based studies, we conducted a hospital-based case-control study to further investigate the association between regular aspirin use and the risk of pancreatic cancer.
Regular jurors do not decide whatevidence should be heard, the standards of evidence, nor do they decide what witnesses shall be called.
The need to ensure that the probative value of the similar factevidence outweighs its prejudicial effect.
A few months later, his former partner, Rafael Perez, stole 8 pounds of cocaine from policeevidence lockers.
The Kings also presented ballisticsevidence suggesting that Ray's gun could not have fired the fatal shot.
The piece, by Whitewater experts Jeff Gerth and Stephen Labaton is mostly a useful summary of old news, but there is new ground broken: the grand juryevidence includes 1) a document found last summer in a briefcase in Vince Foster's attic that impugns Hillary Clinton's account of how she came to represent James McDougal's Madison Savings and Loan, and 2) Bill Clinton's testimony that after the initial NYT articles on Whitewater he sent an associate to see McDougal: "And I might have asked him to, you know, talk to him and see if we could have no further damaging articles, but I don't remember exactly what I said."
Although in this caseevidence for expression of either strand by northern analysis was not obtained, it was subsequently found to be orthologous to miR-137, and thus accepted as a genuine miRNA.
The wives of philandering attorneys and doctors were paying me top dollar to filmevidence for expensive, bitter divorces.
But there is no high-qualityevidence that such a costly treatment regimen provides results superior to those achieved with smaller doses.
If Besharov and Dembosky want to discount both increments by appealing to the same process (enhanced sensitivity) then they need to explain (1) why this process applied discontinuously in the NIS-3 and did not affect the intervening category of moderate injury or harm, and (2) how the NIS-2 respondents managed to overlook three-fourths of the children who had been seriously injured while at the same timeevidencing greater sensitivity in identifying moderately injured children.
The first theory is flexible enough to withstand fossilevidence, but the second isn't.
The Post reviewsevidence of atrocities tied to the Indonesian military.
Land of the Freeh, Home of the Blaze Issue 1 is the long-suppressed videoevidence of federal pyrotechnic use at Waco.
In addition to regulating actin assembly, a large body of in vitro and in vivoevidence suggests a role for profilin in signal transduction, mainly involving PIP2, a major second messenger that strongly binds to profilin [ 41 ] and localizes to the membrane microdomains described earlier.
Today's Papers' only complaint about Broad's re-look is that it somewhat unfairly chips away at the impression the paper had originally created: The three-page piece waits until the second-to-last column to state that the consensus of the American intelligence agencies is that espionage played a role in China's catch-up even if there is no smoking-gunevidence for this.
The LGRRC provided a focus for and an expression of the identity of gay and lesbian communities, locally and nationally, and so the fireevidenced a destructive desire to violate that identity itself.
While to Greely's knowledge fMRIevidence hasn't yet been used in court, “it's certain to be tried,” and the barrier to its admission will fall as both the reliability and the ease of administration increase.
Sheet-gravelevidence for a late Holocene tsunami run-up on beach dunes, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand’.
Multiple studies have developed models to estimate the health impacts of emissions from specific sources, using a risk-based approach to link emissions of key pollutants with dispersion models and healthevidence [ 3 4 5 6 ] .
Only 249 (2%) of protein-coding gene models were created without an ab initio model, that is, solely on the basis of cDNA or protein homologyevidence.
With the current state of knowledge, post-counselling evidence should be subject to the same rules as post-hypnosisevidence.
Optimal patient selection would be based on positive imagingevidence of the ischemic pathology that the therapy has been developed to treat.
Geologists have found evidence of past asteroid impact tsunamis in the form of inland sediment deposits and disturbed sediment layers in the seafloor that correlate with craters, meteorite fragments, and other impactevidence.
Instead, the talk homed in on the obstruction of justiceevidence--in particular, say all the majors, the circumstances surrounding the transfer of Lewinsky's presidential gifts to Betty Currie.
Using an independent set of 89 sibpairs, they reported additional linkageevidence at 5q [ 23 ] .
The Glaxo Myodil pack insert (November 1973 edition), lists post-myelography arachnoiditis under adverse reactions but this is qualified by statements about a lack of clear literatureevidence to confirm this.
The massive early manuscriptevidence showing that modern translations of the New Testament are at least 98% accurate.
Commercially constructed by a tin smith, the boxes shared their shape, size and substance with biscuit tins, or metal safes where personal valuables are stored - repositories for the precious materialevidence of memory and experience.
Repressed memoryevidence questioned (USA) 753346
The animal modelevidence indicates that fat exerts its effect on the promotion and pro-gression of breast cancer and that the type of fat is important in this effect.
We apply this value assuming a five-year lag structure for deaths from cohort mortalityevidence [ 16 ] , with 25% of deaths in each of the first two years and 16.7% of deaths in the subsequent three years.
Several studies have shown that less than 15-20% of patients with SCD have post-mortemevidence of an acute infarction (Koch et al 1993).
The WP front reports that Australian investigators operating as part of the peacekeeping forces in East Timor are beginning to arrive at an understanding of why, despite eyewitness accounts of the mass murder of independence advocates by Indonesia-affiliated militias, they have found very little murderevidence.
Opinionevidence was also provided by a number of the declarants stating that use of the cream and green capsule for "fluoxetine hydrochloride" would be a risk that consumers would believe that the product to be supplied by the Applicant.
Student Understanding In the initial phaseevidence was sought for student understanding of the chemistry underlying the tasks described above.
The need to examine the photoevidence is all important.
Frank has over 20 years experience providing expert planningevidence for clients before local body hearing committees and the Environment Court.
The WP reports that the Supreme Court has agreed to address for the first time ever the validity of polygraphevidence.
If based solely on computational gene-predictionevidence, genes that were less than an arbitrary length of 100 amino acids were deleted.
Incorporation of promoterevidence in gene models may also help, given recent speculation that miRNA genes may be transcribed by RNA polymerase II.
It has recommended that the prosecutionevidence should be presented in written form and that an application to hear oral evidence of a witness and to cross examine should be granted only in very limited circumstances.
NBC's Robert Hager said the new radarevidence reduced the likelihood that thrust reversers caused the accident.