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Colorectal cancer (CRC) is increasingly being recognized as a heterogeneous disease with distinct molecular subtypes. These subtypes have different biological processes at the basis of their disease and consequently their prognosis and responses to therapy are also different.We have previously developed molecular diagnostic assays using a single platform on routine FFPE tumour biopsies. These assa ...
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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease characterised by high blood glucose due to inadequate insulin production and/or insulin resistance which affects 382 million people worldwide. Pancreatic islet transplantation is an extremely promising cure for insulin-sensitive diabetes mellitus (ISDM), but side effects of lifelong systemic immunosuppressive therapy, short supply of donor islets and their po ...
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The most serious vocational illnesses in the health sector are related to work hygiene. Moreover, there is a lack of qualified workforce who conducts serious studies in the field, who have the required experience and field training. This causes both material and spiritual loss. The hygiene related problems in the health sector are first caused by the callousness of the personnel and second by the ...
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Hemşirelerin Travma İle Başetme Becerilerinin Geliştirilmesi

Start date: Sep 1, 2014, End date: Aug 31, 2015,

Our project’s participants were the students who are 15-17 age range, 11th and 12th grader, from Nursing Department of Aydın Anatolian Medical Vocational High School which was project owner, Söke Fatma Tuzzehra Orhun Anatolian Medical Vocational High School and 70. Yıl Anatolian Medical Vocational High School which sent participants and were partners of project owner. Also in total, there were 30 ...
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... d skills as well as language, cultural, social and behavioural competence after their 14-day training in Germany FORUM Berufsbildung, the Netherlands Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Italy AZIENDA OSPEDALIERA OSPEDALE NIGUARDA CA’GRANDA and Spain HC HOSPITALES S.L.U. The participants will have the opportunity to be employed in nursing homes, hospitals, clinics and home care services as a result of ...
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The participant group of our project is expected to comprise 40 students receiving education in the Nursing Programs of Gelibolu Anatolian Vocational School of Health, Çanakkale AVSH, Sarıyer Hüseyin Kalkavan AVSH and Kıreli Multi-Program High School. Since our project comprises the common needs of students in relevant area, difference of classes will not be considered. According to the estimates ...
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Description Active Constraints Technologies in Neurosurgery for Ill-defined or Volatile Environments The ACTIVE project exploits ICT and other engineering methods and technologies for the design and development of an integrated redundant robotic platform for neurosurgery. A light and agile redunda ...
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Effective and long term treatment of cancer is now in sight, but will ultimately require an increasingly ‘personalised’ approach where the ‘right’ combination of drugs will be administered to the ‘right’ patients, based on a detailed understanding of their genetic background and their co-associated sensitivity or resistance ‘biomarkers’. Efforts are specifically required to identify validated risk ...
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The objective is to assess the health benefits on dislipidemia prevention of innovative food products based on lupin proteins, starting from some preliminary results provided by 2 past European collaborative projects (Healthy-Profood & Bioprofibre). The core RTD activity is the implementation of a multicenter randomized dietary intervention study with LDL-cholesterol as main end-point aimed to com ...
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Heart failure (HF) is the most increasing cause of death in Western Countries. For that reason, together with the difficulty of having a sufficient number of donor organs, it is recognized that the device-based therapeutic approaches will assume an increasingly important role in treating the growing number of patients with advanced heart failure, not only as bridge to transplant, but also as des ...
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Virtual Pathological Heart of the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH2)

Start date: Jul 1, 2008, End date: Oct 31, 2011,

Heart failure accounts for almost a quarter of all admissions to hospital for cardiovascular events, has a high mortality (median survival around 18 months), and places a great burden on all healthcare systems, with estimated direct costs of £905m (?1350m) in the United Kingdom in 2000, 2% of total NHS expenditure.VPH2 aims to develop a patient-specific computational modelling and simulation of th ...
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According to recent studies, Risks Against Patient Safety (RAPS) represent one of the most important factors of dead in hospitals: during therapy, more then 8% of patients recovered in hospitals suffer for additional disease that in almost 50% of the cases produce either dead or significant additional health problems. RAPS occur in any stage of the patient care process.REMINE project idea origina ...
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