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The Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM) is a computerized measure of processing speed, cognitive efficiency, and memory. This study describes performance and psychometric properties of ANAM in an active duty, healthy military sample (N = 2,371) composed primarily of young (18-46 years) adult males. Rarely have neuropsychological reference(More)
TABLES Table 1. Prevalence of HCV infection in hemodialysis patients from various countries S8 Table 2. Summary Table of baseline characteristics of hemodialysis patients tested for HCV (EIA vs. NAT) S16 Table 3. Summary Table of testing for HCV in hemodialysis patients (EIA vs. NAT) S17 Table 4. Evidence Profile for diagnostic testing for HCV in(More)
Selecting the right types and quantities of computers to support data entry to an inpatient Electronic Medical Record (EMR) can be challenging. In addition to software and hardware considerations, many other variables affect the decision including staffing levels, hospital workflows, and floor plans. Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) developed a tool to(More)
Many factors are considered during ballistic helmet design, including comfort, weight, fit, and maintainability. These factors affect soldiers' decisions about helmet use; therefore, rigorous research about soldiers' real-life experiences with helmets is critical to assessing a helmet's overall protective efficacy. This study compared soldiers' satisfaction(More)
The design and implementation of some persistent object stores rely on the availability of memory mapped files. A significant difficulty faced by this approach is that the programmer has very little control over when I/O occurs. In this paper, an alternative approach is presented which involves implementing a special purpose NFS server that provides a(More)