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BACKGROUND The human gastrointestinal tract (GIT) represents one of the most densely populated microbial ecosystems studied to date. Although this microbial consortium has been recognized to have a crucial impact on human health, its precise composition is still subject to intense investigation. Among the GIT microbiota, bifidobacteria represent an(More)
PURPOSE To assess the inter-rater reliability, internal consistency and convergent validity of the Modified Rivermead Mobility Index (MRMI) in a mixed neurological population. METHOD The MRMI was scored for 30 consecutive patients (mean age 54.5+/-15.6 years) by two individual testers. Reliability was examined using intraclass correlation coefficients(More)
Automated multimodal prediction of outcome in newborns with hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy is investigated in this work. Routine clinical measures and 1h EEG and ECG recordings 24h after birth were obtained from 38 newborns with different grades of HIE. Each newborn was reassessed at 24 months to establish their neurodevelopmental outcome. A set of(More)
  • Maeve Kelleher, Claire Culliane, Audrey Dunn Galvin, Deirdre Murray, Jonathan O B Hourihane
  • 2015
Rationale There has been an incremental increase in peanut allergy worldwide in recent decades. Unlike other major food allergens, peanut allergic children are unlikely to acquire tolerance in childhood. Peanut and treenuts are the most common foods implicated in food induced anaphylaxis. We use the data gathered from a large unselected Irish birth cohort(More)
  • Meldrum Dara, Herdman Susan, Moloney Roisin, Murray Deirdre, Duffy Douglas, Malone Kareena +19 others
  • 2012
Title Effectiveness of conventional versus virtual reality based vestibular rehabilitation in the treatment of dizziness, gait and balance impairment in adults with unilateral peripheral vestibular loss: A randomised controlled trial. Abstract Background
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