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Motor vehicle fatalities among oil and gas extraction workers.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of work-related fatality in the U.S. as well as in the oil and gas extraction industry. This study describes the characteristics of motor vehicle-relatedExpand
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GeLC-MS/MS analysis of complex protein mixtures.
Discovery-based proteomics has found its place in nearly every facet of biological research. A key objective of this approach is to maximize sequence coverage for proteins across a wide concentrationExpand
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Comprehensive in vivo RNA-binding site analyses reveal a role of Prp8 in spliceosomal assembly
Prp8 stands out among hundreds of splicing factors as a protein that is intimately involved in spliceosomal activation and the catalytic reaction. Here, we present the first comprehensive in vivo RNAExpand
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Correlates of Alaska Native fatal and nonfatal suicidal behaviors 1990-2001.
Factors correlated with suicidal behavior in a predominately Alaska Native region of Alaska are described, and the correlates relating to fatal and nonfatal suicide behaviors in this indigenousExpand
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An analysis of hospital visits during the 12 months preceding suicide death in Northern Alaska.
In 2003 the age-adjusted suicide rate in Alaska (20.2 per 100,000) was the second highest in the country and nearly twice that of the U.S. all races population. The suicide rate among Alaska's NativeExpand
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Non-fatal injury hospitalizations among Alaska natives, 1994--1999: results from the Alaska Trauma Registry.
The Alaska Trauma Registry collects data on injuries resulting in hospitalization or transfer to a higher level of care from every hospital in the state. We analyzed non-fatal injuries to AlaskaExpand
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Incidence of Naloxone Redosing in the Age of the New Opioid Epidemic
Abstract Study Objective: Naloxone, an opioid-antagonist deliverable by an intra-nasal route, has become widely available and utilized by law enforcement officers as well as basic life support (BLS)Expand
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The prevalence of foot deformity in diabetic subjects: A population study in an English community
The prevalence of foot deformity was estimated in 1077 diabetic subjects registered with ten general practices (total list size 97,034) in a geographically defined area of East Dorset. An age and sexExpand
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Injury rates on new and old technology oil and gas rigs operated by the largest United States onshore drilling contractor.
BACKGROUND Occupational fatality rates among oil and gas extraction industry and specifically among drilling contractor workers are high compared to the U.S. all-industry average. There is scantExpand
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A multifaceted public health approach to statewide aviation safety.
BACKGROUND During the 1990s, Alaskan pilots had one of the most hazardous occupations in the US. In 2000, a multifaceted public health initiative was launched, focusing on Alaskan air taxi/commuterExpand
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