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OBJECTIVE To determine predictors of in-hospital and long-term mortality and length of stay in patients admitted to the neurosciences critical care unit. DESIGN Retrospective analysis of a prospectively collected database. SETTING Neurosciences critical care unit of a large academic tertiary care hospital. PATIENTS Adult patients (n = 2381) admitted… (More)
Field boundaries play an important role as refuges, food sources and corridors for invertebrates and vertebrates, and increasing farmland fragmentation impacts on these functions. However, hedgerows and other structures can also impede dispersal by flying insects. The current work uses the pollen of Phacelia tanacetifolia in hover fly guts as a marker to… (More)
The purpose of this investigation was to determine a static elastic modulus of dentine using a three point beam test and a dynamic modulus in the frequency range of 0.1 Hz and 10 Hz across a temperature range of 27-37 degrees C. At body temperature, the mean static modulus was 8.6 GPa, (standard deviation 0.86 GPa). The dynamic test produced a range of… (More)
We describe a leiomyosarcoma of the tongue in a 60-year-old man. The diagnosis was supported by immunohistochemical positivity for desmin and alpha-1 smooth muscle actin.
Macroscopic, microscopic and radiological examinations of the navicular bones of 83 horses and ponies showed that the navicular bone in the adult horse has 2 principal routes of blood supply. One supply is present at birth, the other develops within the first 2 to 3 years of life, in response to increasing activity. The size of the nutrient foramina, as… (More)
The clinical features, diagnosis and radiological findings of eight cases of a subchondral bone cyst involving the medial condyle of the femur are described. Surgical treatment, which comprised performing an arthrotomy of the femorotibial joint, curetting and packing the cystic cavity with an autogenous cancellous bone graft, is described.
Four full thickness cartilage defects, two linear and two elliptical, and four subchondral cavity defects were created at the point of weightbearing of the medial femoral condyle in four experimental ponies. This study showed that subchondral bone cysts can develop following full thickness (cartilage only) linear cartilage defects at a weightbearing… (More)
The quantitative aspects of equine cancellous bone graft incorporation and the possibility of influencing graft incorporation by daily exposure to a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) was studied in eight yearling ponies. In order to be able to quantify formative aspects of graft remodelling, a double and treble tetracycline intravital labelling technique… (More)
Protein adsorption on surfaces is a complex phenomenon that is described by the balance of convective/diffusive transport of the protein species to the surface and its adsorption/desorption at the surface. The extent of binding depends on a variety of factors such as protein/surface interactions, availability of binding sites, localized concentrations of… (More)