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    [edited by] Diane M. Schadewald.
    Summary: "Zaccagnini & White's Core Competencies for Advanced Practice Nursing: A Guide for DNPs, Fifth Edition continues to be the only textbook intended as the "go to resource" to help students understand what it means to be a DNP. Across the nation Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs can now be found in every state with program growth continuing. In April 2021, the AACN released the new Essentials: Core Competencies for Professional Nursing practice. Although this shifts the Essentials from degree-based competencies to practice level-based competencies, there remains a great need for a dedicated resource that serves as the template for new and existing DNP programs to support faculty and students as they collectively participate in DNP programing, teaching, and direct care service in multiple roles"-- Provided by publisher.

    Knowledge for nursing practice
    Person-centered care
    Population health
    Scholarship for nursing practice : the DNP role
    Quality and safety
    Interprofessional partnerships
    Systems-based practice
    Information and healthcare technologies
    Personal, professional, and leadership development
    Template for the DNP project
    DNP project types and abstracts.
    Digital Access R2Library [2024]
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    [edited by] Arun J. Sanyal, Thomas D. Boyer, Norah A. Terrault, Keith D. Lindor.
    Anatomy and cellular functions of the liver
    Bile acids and bile flow : new functions of old molecules
    Intestinal microbiome and the liver
    The liver as an immune organ
    The liver's response to injury : inflammation and fibrosis
    Stem cells and hepatocyte transplantation
    Approach to jaundice and abnormal liver function test results
    Noninvasive assessment of disease progression
    Molecular and genetics-based diagnostics
    Imaging in assessment of liver disease and lesions
    Evaluation of the hepatic mass
    Assessment of liver histology
    Critical care management of patients with liver disease
    Neurologic consequences of liver disease
    Ascites and hyponatremia
    Portal hypertension related to bleeding
    Renal failure in cirrhosis
    Cardiopulmonary complications of cirrhosis
    The hemostatic and hematopoietic system in liver disease
    Acute liver failure
    Acute-on-chronic liver failure
    Epidemiology and pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease
    Natural history and cofactors of alcoholic liver disease
    Prevention and management of alcoholic liver disease
    Pathogenesis of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
    Epidemiology, natural history, and evaluation of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
    Management of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and metabolic syndrome
    Virology and pathogenesis of hepatitis C
    Epidemiology, natural history, and diagnosis of hepatitis C
    Treatment of hepatitis C
    Virology and pathogenesis of hepatitis B
    Epidemiology, diagnosis, and natural history of hepatitis B
    Treatment of hepatitis B
    Hepatitis D
    Hepatitis A
    Hepatitis E
    HIV and the liver
    Liver disease associated with systemic viral infection
    Parasitic liver disease
    Bacterial and miscellaneous infections of the liver
    Autoimmune hepatitis
    Primary biliary cholangitis
    Primary and secondary sclerosing cholangitis
    Budd-Chiari syndrome and sinusoidal obstruction syndrome
    Portal and splenic vein thrombosis
    Hepatocellular carcinoma
    Other malignant hepatic tumors
    Benign liver tumors
    Pretransplant evaluation and care
    Transplantation of the liver
    Post--liver transplant management
    Recurrent primary disease after liver transplantation
    The liver in pregnancy
    Nutrition and the liver
    Drug-induced liver injury
    Preoperative and postoperative hepatic dysfunctions
    Bilirubin metabolism and its disorders
    Wilson disease
    Α1 -antitrypsin deficiency
    Approach to and evaluation of metabolic liver diseases
    Pediatric cholestatic syndromes
    Fibrocystic diseases of the liver
    Viral hepatitis in children.
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    Saravanan Ramachandran and Senthilkumar Rajago.
    Summary: This book offers a comprehensive overview of toxicology, highlighting the significance of peptide-based toxins from marine environments. It discusses the principles of protein-carbohydrate and domain-domain interactions to increase our understanding of toxicology in zebrafish models, as well as drug interaction mechanisms and target definition in drug discovery. It also reviews the structure of marine peptides/toxins and the toxicology of peptide secreting cells and cells that respond to these enzymes, and describes the normal and abnormal toxicology of marine peptides in zebrafish models. Offering insights into the field of proteomics, particularly current practice and research models for solving its many riddles, the book also explains the analytical principles of marine protein-protein and protein-carbohydrate interaction in the context of teratogenicity in target identification in peptide- based drug discovery. Lastly, the book methodically examines the preclinical research on marine proteins/peptides.

    Chapter 1. Biomedical importance of marine peptides/toxins
    Chapter 2. Toxicity of peptides in Zebrafish embryos
    Chapter 3. Teratogenic activity of toxins in Zebrafish model
    Chapter 4. Anticancer properties marine peptides/toxins using Zebrafish model
    Chapter 5. Protective effect of marine peptides/toxins in CVD using Zebrafish model.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    edited by H. William Detrich III, Monte Westerfield, Leonard I. Zon.
    Embryonic Cell Culture in Zebrafish / C.A. Ciarlo, L.I. Zon
    Cellular Dissection of Zebrafish Hematopoiesis / D.L. Stachura, D. Traver
    Second Harmonic Generation Microscopy in Zebrafish / D.C. LeBert, J.M. Squirell, A. Huttenlocher, K.W. Eliceiri
    Imaging Blood Vessels and Lymphatic Vessels in the Zebrafish / H.M. Jung, S. Isogai, M. Kamei, D. Castranova, A.V. Gore, B.M. Weinstein
    An Eye on Light-sheet Microscopy / D. Kromm, T. Thumberger, J. Wittbrodt
    Single Neuron Morphology In Vivo with Confined Primed Conversion / M.A. Mohr, P. Pantazis
    Visualizing Retinoic Acid Morphogen Gradients / T.F. Schilling, J. Sosnik, Q. Nie
    Using Fluorescent Lipids in Live Zebrafish Larvae: from Imaging Whole Animal Physiology to Subcellular Lipid Trafficking / J.L. Anderson, J.D. Carten, S.A. Farber
    Analysis of Cilia Structure and Function in Zebrafish / E. Leventea, K. Hazime, C. Zhao, J. Malicki
    Functional Calcium Imaging in Zebrafish Lateral-line Hair Cells / Q.X. Zhang, X.J. He, H.C. Wong, K.S. Kindt
    Physiological Recordings from the Zebrafish Lateral Line / J. Olt, A.J. Ordoobadi, W. Marcotti, J.G. Trapani.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2016
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    edited by H. William Detrich III, Monte Westerfield, Leonard I. Zon.
    Summary: Methods to Study Maternal Regulations of Germ Cell Specification in Zebrafish -- Patterning, Morphogenesis, and Neurogenesis of Zebrafish Cranial Sensory Placodes -- Oligodendrocyte Differentiation -- Studying the Peripheral Sympathetic Nervous System and Neuroblastoma in Zebrafish -- Zebrafish As a Model for Understanding Enteric Nervous System Interactions in the Developing Intestional Tract -- Methods to Study the Development, Anatomy, and Function of the Zebrafish Inner Ear Across the Life Course -- Imaging Collective Cell Migration and Hair Cell Regeneration in the Sensory Lateral Line -- Analysis of the Retina in the Zebrafish Model -- Strategies for Analyzing Cardiac Phenotypes in the Zebrafish Embryo -- Chemical Approaches to Angiogenesis in Development and Regeneration -- Quantitative Methods for Studying Hemostasis in Zebrafish Larvae -- Zebrafish Kidney Development -- Zebrafish Pancreas As a Model for Development and Disease -- Endoderm Specification and Liver Development -- Emerging Tools to Study Proteoglycan Function During Skeletal Development -- Generation and Analysis of Zebrafish Melanoma Models -- Learning and Memory in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) -- Working With Zebrafish at Postembryonic Stages.Methods to Study Maternal Regulations of Germ Cell Specification in Zebrafish -- Patterning, Morphogenesis, and Neurogenesis of Zebrafish Cranial Sensory Placodes -- Oligodendrocyte Differentiation -- Studying the Peripheral Sympathetic Nervous System and Neuroblastoma in Zebrafish -- Zebrafish As a Model for Understanding Enteric Nervous System Interactions in the Developing Intestional Tract -- Methods to Study the Development, Anatomy, and Function of the Zebrafish Inner Ear Across the Life Course -- Imaging Collective Cell Migration and Hair Cell Regeneration in the Sensory Lateral Line -- Analysis of the Retina in the Zebrafish Model -- Strategies for Analyzing Cardiac Phenotypes in the Zebrafish Embryo -- Chemical Approaches to Angiogenesis in Development and Regeneration -- Quantitative Methods for Studying Hemostasis in Zebrafish Larvae -- Zebrafish Kidney Development -- Zebrafish Pancreas As a Model for Development and Disease -- Endoderm Specification and Liver Development -- Emerging Tools to Study Proteoglycan Function During Skeletal Development -- Generation and Analysis of Zebrafish Melanoma Models -- Learning and Memory in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) -- Working With Zebrafish at Postembryonic Stages.
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    edited by H. William Detrich, Monte Westerfield and Leonard I. Zon.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2017
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    Hiromi Hirata, Atsuo Iida, editors.
    Summary: This book provides cutting-edge studies and technologies using small fishes, including zebrafish, medaka, and other fishes as new model animals for molecular biology, developmental biology, and medicine. It also introduces eccentric fish models that are pioneering new frontiers of biology. Zebrafish and medaka have been developed as lower vertebrate model organisms because these small fish are easy to raise in the laboratory and are useful for the live imaging of the morphology and activity of cells and tissues in intact animals. By virtue of those specific advantages, fish studies have demonstrated the common features of vertebrates and raised further questions toward understanding the mystery of life. The book consists of four parts: "Development and Cell Biology", "Homeostasis and Reproduction", "Clinical Models", and "Eccentric Fish". Together they describes the core area of small fish study - often considered mere zoology but which is actually proving to be the universal basis of life. Written by leading scientists, the book helps readers to understand small fishes, inspires scientists to utilize small fishes in their studies, and encourages anyone who wants to participate in the large and fantastic world of small fish.

    2.1.3 Endothelial Cell Branching and Anastomosis2.1.4 Endothelial Cell Rearrangements; 2.1.5 Apical Membrane Invagination; 2.1.6 Vessel Pruning; 2.2 Endothelial Membrane Dynamics During Vessel Morphogenesis; 2.2.1 Endothelial Cell Membrane Plasticity; 2.2.2 Regulation of Membrane Dynamics by Actomyosin Activity; 2.3 Endothelial Cell-Cell Junction Dynamics During Vessel Morphogenesis; 2.3.1 Cell-Cell Junction Remodeling During Sprout Extension; 2.3.2 Formation of New Junctions During Anastomosis; 2.3.3 Cell-Cell Junction Organization During Blood Vessel Tubulogenesis 2.3.4 Reorganization of Cell-Cell Junctions during Vessel Pruning2.3.5 Molecular Regulation of Endothelial Cell-Cell Junctions; 2.3.6 Regulation of Endothelial Cell-Cell Junctions by the Actin Cytoskeleton; 2.4 Influence of Hemodynamic Forces on Blood Vessel Morphogenesis; 2.4.1 Modulation of Endothelial Cell Polarity by Blood Flow; 2.4.2 Lumen Formation and Maintenance Depends on Blood Flow; 2.4.3 Hemodynamic Forces Regulate Vessel Diameter and Size; 2.4.4 Role of Hemodynamic Forces on Vessel Formation and Remodeling; 2.4.5 Mechanosensors of Hemodynamic Forces; 2.5 Conclusions; References
    Chapter 3: Development of Hematopoietic Stem Cells in Zebrafish3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 General; 3.1.2 Zebrafish as a Model for the Study of HSC Development; 3.2 Comparison of Hematopoietic Development between the Mouse and Zebrafish; 3.2.1 Hematopoietic Development in the Mouse; 3.2.2 Hematopoietic Development in the Zebrafish; 3.3 Molecular Regulation of HSC Specification in the Zebrafish Embryo; 3.3.1 Transcriptional Regulation of HSC Specification; 3.3.2 Regulation of HSC Specification by Notch Signaling; 3.3.3 Regulatory Signaling Pathways Required for HSC Specification
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Jun Aruga, editor.
    Zic family in animal evolution and development. comparative genomics of the Zic family genes / Jun Aruga, Minoru Hatayama
    Cnidarian Zic genes / Michael J. Layden
    Odd-paired: the Drosophila Zic gene / Deborah A. Hursh, Brian G. Stultz
    Zic genes in nematodes: a role in nervous system development and Wnt signaling / Guillaume Bordet, Vincent Bertrand
    Lophotrochozoan Zic genes / Jun Aruga
    Ascidian Zic genes / Yutaka Satou, Kaoru S. Imai
    Amphibian Zic genes / Christa Merzdorf, Jennifer Forecki
    Zic genes in teleosts: their roles in dorsoventral patterning in the somite / Kota Abe, Toru Kawanishi, Hiroyuki Takeda
    Zebrafish Zic genes mediate developmental signaling / Cecilia Lanny Winata, Vladimir Korzh
    Overview of rodent Zic genes / Koula E. M. Diamand, Kristen S. Barratt, Ruth M. Arkell
    Rodent Zic genes in neural network wiring / Eloísa Herrera
    Zic family in medicine. Zic family proteins in emerging biomedical studies / Jun Aruga
    ZIC1 function in normal cerebellar development and human developmental pathology / Jun Aruga, Kathleen J. Millen
    ZIC2 in holoprosencephaly / Kristen S. Barratt, Ruth M. Arkell
    ZIC3 in Heterotaxy / Helen M. Bellchambers, Stephanie M. Ware
    Deregulation of ZIC family members in oncogenesis / Rob Houtmeyers, Jabob Souopgui, Sabine Tejpar
    Roles of ZIC2 in regulation of pluripotent stem cells / Hisato Kondoh
    Zic family in medicine / Role of Zic family proteins in transcriptional regulation and chromatin remodeling / Minoru Hatayama, Jun Aruga.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Suzane Ramos da Silva, Fan Cheng, Shou-Jiang Gao.
    Summary: "Compiles the most current information on the Zika virus and its associated diseases This comprehensive book provides the most up-to-date information for students, medical students, and scientists on Zika virus and its associated diseases. It includes all the information related to the Zika virus since its discovery in 1947; its epidemic outbreak in 2007-2014; how the epidemiology changed in America in 2015-2016; its mode of transmission; how to prevent and treat it; and associated diseases. Zika Virus and Diseases: From Molecular Biology to Epidemiology offers complete and up-to-date coverage in 10 chapters. It presents information from papers that attempted to associate the virus with diseases in Africa until the first animal experiment; discusses its association with Guillain-Barre syndrome and microcephaly; describes the basic mechanisms for Zika (ZIKV) replication, including important differences between Dengue (DENV), West-Nile virus (WNV), and ZIKV; explains the difference between the strains and discusses the pathogenesis of them; covers the papers that showed all the interferences that Zika can cause, and the pathways which can be modified; and more. The first book since 1947 to put together all the scientific information Compiles all the information received in the last year about Zika virus Clearly demonstrates the origin and discovery of the virus Zika Virus and Diseases: From Molecular Biology to Epidemiology will appeal to graduate students, medical students, basic researchers, clinicians in infectious disease, microbiology, and virology, as well as people in related disciplines interested in learning more about this topic"--Provided by publisher.

    The history of ZIKV discovery
    ZIKV : from silent to epidemic
    ZIKV transmission and prevention
    Association with Guillain-Barré syndrome and microcephaly
    ZIKV animal models
    Biology of ZIKV
    Zika virus (ZIKV) strains and lineages
    ZIKV-host interactions
    Inhibitors of ZIKV replication and infection
    Long-term care and perspectives.
    Digital Access Wiley 2018
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    Toshiyuki Fukada, Taiho Kambe, editors.
    Summary: This book, now in an extensively revised second edition, describes the crucial role of zinc signaling in biological processes on a molecular and physiological basis. Global leaders in the field review the latest knowledge, including the very significant advances in understanding that have been achieved since publication of the first edition. Detailed information is provided on all the essentials of zinc signaling, covering molecular aspects and the roles of zinc transporters, the zinc sensing receptor, and metallothioneins. Detection techniques for zinc signals, involving genetically encoded and chemical probes, are also described. The critical contributions of the zinc signal in maintaining health and the adverse consequences of any imbalance in the signal are then thoroughly addressed. Here, readers will find up-to-date information on the significance of the zinc signal in a wide range of conditions, including cardiovascular disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory conditions, skin disease, osteoarthritis, and cancer. The book will be of value for researchers, clinicians, and advanced students.

    1 Opening The Second Era of Zinc Signaling study
    2 Regulation of cellular zinc ions and their signalling functions
    3 Zinc transporter proteins-A review and a new view from biochemistry
    4 The Metallothionein-Zinc Landscape: How It Shapes Antimicrobial Immunity
    5 Role of Zinc signaling in mast cell, basophil, T cell, and B cell
    6 The role of Zinc signaling in reproduction
    7 Zinc Signaling in Skeletal Muscle
    8 Zinc Signaling in Aging Heart Function
    9 Zinc signaling in the life and death of neurons
    10 Possible therapeutic roles of metallothionein-3 and zinc in endosome-autophagosome-lysosomal pathway (EALP) dysfunction in astrocytes
    11 Zinc in neurodegeneration
    12 Role of Zinc Transporters in Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity
    13 Zinc Signals in Immunology
    14 Zinc Signals in Inflammation
    15 Zinc transporters and zinc signaling in skin formation and diseases
    16 Post-translational mechanisms of zinc signalling in cancer
    17 Zinc Signaling (Zincin) in Intestinal function
    18 In Situ Imaging of Zinc with Synthetic Fluorescent Probes
    19 Zinc Signals in biology.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    bearb. von G. v. Bergmann, H. Eppinger [u.a.].
    1. T. Zirkulationsorgane, Mediastinum, Zwerchfell, obere Luftwege
    2. T. Trachae. Bronchien. Lungen. Pleura.
    Access via Handbuch der inneren Medizin ; 1928; 2, pt. 1-2
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    Basil J. Zitelli, Sara C. McIntire, Andrew J. Nowalk.
    Genetic disorders and dysmorphic conditions
    Developmental/behavioral pediatrics
    Allergy and immunology
    Child abuse and neglect
    Pediatric endocrinology
    Vascular anomalies
    Nutrition and gastroenterology
    Hematology and oncology
    Infectious diseases
    Urologic disorders
    Pulmonary disorders
    Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
    Oral disorders
    Pediatric plastic surgery
    Fundamentals of pediatric radiology.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2018
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    [edited by] Basil J. Zitelli, Sara C. McIntire, Andrew J. Nowalk, Jessica Garrison
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2023
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    E. Christopher Ellison, Robert M. Zollinger, Jr. ; illustrations for tenth edition by Marita Bitans ; illustrations for previous editions by Marita Bitans, Jennifer Smith, Carol Donner, Mildred Codding, Paul Fairchild, and William Ollila.
    Digital Access AccessSurgery 2016
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    Kenshi Yao.
    Summary: Since magnifying endoscopy of the stomach, or zoom gastroscopy, was first performed at the beginning of the 21st century , there have been numerous findings in the field worldwide. The author of this volume has developed a standardized magnifying endoscopy technique that enables endoscopists to constantly visualize the microanatomy (subepithelial capillaries and the epithelial structure) within the stomach. With this technology, it has become easy to obtain magnified endoscopic findings. Techniques differ, however, depending upon the endoscopist. Endoscopists around the world do not have a standardized magnifying endoscopy technique, which is mandatory for the scientific analysis of their findings. In addition, there is no logical explanation for how and which microanatomies are visualized by magnifying endoscopy with narrow-band imaging in the glandular epithelium of the stomach. This inconsistency results in considerable confusion among researchers and clinicians and a lack of terminology for the purposes of analysis. As magnifying endoscopy with narrow-band imaging (NBI) becomes more popular throughout the world, there is increased demand for a specialized reference book focused on this subject. The aims of the present volume, Zoom Gastroscopy: Magnifying Endoscopy in the Stomach, are manifold: (1) to illustrate the standard magnifying endoscopic technique that can visualize subepithelial mucosal microvessels as small as capillaries, the smallest unit of blood vessels in the human body, (2) to explain the optical phenomena and principles for NBI and its application to magnifying endoscopy, (3) to clarify which microanatomies are visualized by magnifying endoscopy with NBI and how this is achieved, and (4) to present a diagnostic system so called VS classification system for early gastric neoplasias. With a single author, the book consistently uses uniform anatomical terms to describe endoscopic findings, providing an essential reference for endoscopists in the world.

    1. Basic Principles for the Interpretation of Magnified Endoscopic (ME) Findings: Vessels (V) Plus Surface (S) Classification System
    2. Magnifying Endoscopy (ME) of the Stomach Targeting the Microvascular Architecture
    3. Magnifying Ratio and Resolution in Electronic Endoscopy Systems
    4. Magnified Endoscopic (ME) Findings of the Normal Gastric Mucosa
    5. Chronic Gastritis: Gastric Body Mucosal Patterns Identified Using Magnifying Endoscopy (ME)
    6. Microvascular Architecture Characteristic of Early Gastric Cancer as Visualized by Magnifying Endoscopy (ME) and Clinical Applications
    7. Principles of Magnifying Endoscopy with Narrow-Band Imaging
    8. Microanatomies as Visualized Using Magnifying Endoscopy with Narrow Band Imaging in the Stomach: What Microanatomical Structures Can We Visualize in the Glandular Epithelium Using Narrow Band Imaging, and How Is This Achieved?
    9. The Proposed Vessels Plus Surface (VS) Classification System: Principles for Interpretation of Magnifying Endoscopy with Narrow-Band Imaging (M-NBI) Findings
    10. Light Blue Crests (LBCs) and White Opaque Substance (WOS)
    11. Clinical Applications of Magnifying Endoscopy with Narrow-Band Imaging (M-NBI) of the Stomach
    12. The Vessels Plus Surface (VS) Classification System in the Diagnosis of Early Gastric Cancer
    13. Analysis and Interpretation of Magnifying Endoscopy with Narrow Band Imaging (M-NBI) Findings in Gastric Epithelial Tumors (Early Gastric Cancer and Adenoma) Stratified for Paris Classification of Macroscopic Appearance
    14. New Clinical Applications and Advantages for Magnifying Endoscopy (ME) with Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) in the Diagnosis of Early Gastric Cancer: Clinical Usefulness, Limitations and Clinical Strategies in Preoperative Determination of Tumor Margins, According to Degree of Difficulty Category.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Rolf Bauerfeind, Institute for Hygiene and Infectious, Diseases of Animals, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Giessen, Germany ; Alexander von Graevenitz, Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland ; Peter Kimmig, Department of Parasitology, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany ; Hans Gerd Schiefer, Medical Microbiology, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Giessen, Germany ; Tino Schwarz, Central Laboratory and Vaccination Center, Stiftung Juliusspital, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany ; Werner Slenczka, Institute for Virology, University Hospital of Marburg and Giessen, Marburg/Lahn, Germany ; Horst Zahner, Institute for Parasitology, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Giessen, Germany.
    Summary: Today, more than 200 diseases occuring in humans and animals are known to be mutually transmitted. Classic infectious disease such as rabies, plague, and yellow fever have not been eradicated despite major efforts. New zoonotic diseases are appearing due to global conditions such as overpopulation, wars, and food scarcity, which facilitate human contact with rodents, stray animals, and their parasites. In addition, humans are unwittingly becoming accidental hosts and new links in an infectious chain by engaging in activities such as survival training, which involves camping in open areas, and consumption of raw or insufficiently cooked food. Zoonotic infections cause a variety of symptoms that often do not provide clear evidence of a known disease. Zoonoses, Fourth Edition, describes most occurring worldwide zoonoses and facilitates the identification, diagnosis, and treatment of zoonotic infections. Written by a team of doctors, medical microbiologists, and veterinarians, this revised and updated edition - translated from the noted German reference Zoonosen - covers all aspects of the epidemiology and prevention of zoonotic diseases supported by clear descriptions of various illnesses. Specifically, this fourth edition covers zoonoses caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites; infections caused by animal bites; infections and intoxications by animal foods; iatrogenic transmission of zoonotic pathogens. Zoonoses is an indispensable reference for both clinicians and laboratorians. -- from back cover.

    Viral zoonoses
    Bacterial zoonoses
    Fungal zoonoses
    Parasitic zoonoses.
    Digital Access Wiley 2016
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    [edited by] Marilyn Augustyn, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine, Division Director, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Boston Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, Barry Zuckerman, MD, Professor and Chair Emeritus of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine, Professor of Public Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Former Chair of Pediatrics, Boston Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts.
    Summary: "Pediatricians are often the first line of defense for children with developmental and behavioral issues, and are often responsible for initial screening. This practical guide is geared toward primary care physicians to help them quickly identify issues and decide on next-steps. Chapters are in outline format, and cover a broad array of issues ranging from common childhood behavioral problems (biting, bullying, toilet training) to more critical (physical and sexual abuse, incarceration of a parent, violence). In addition, we have added more chapters addressing two generational approaches, because in our experience, the best way to help children is to help their parents and the best way to reach parents is through their children. Such chapters include parental depression, preventing unplanned pregnancy for parents of our patients, identifying and addressing social determinants of health, and parental self-understanding. We have also added new ideas to improve child health supervision for the 21st century specifically understanding and incorporating growth mindset, implicit bias, financial stress, cultural differences in parenting, and preventing unplanned pregnancy"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Sigerist, H. G.; Wehrli, G. A.
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    Albert Mudry (editor) ; with the collaboration of Alexander Huber [and 16 others].
    Introduction / Alexander Huber
    Establishment of otorhinolaryngology (ORL) as a specialty at the turn of the 20th century / Albert Mudry
    Felix Robert Nager and the establishment of the Zurich ORL Department in 1917 / Albert Mudry
    100 years of life and work of the Zurich ORL Department / Andreas Heinrich Eckhard
    The Changing face of deafmutism: from disability to deafhood / Thomas Spillmann, Dorothe Veraguth
    Temporal bone laboratory: a successful source of inspiration / Christof Röösli
    Ugo Fisch and the full access to the internal auditory canal / Albert Mudry
    Cochlear implant: 40 years of research and development / Norbert Dillier, Flurin Pfiffner
    Tonsillectomy: a mythic surgery / Claudine Gysin
    Progress in head and neck surgery / Gerhard Huber, Stephan Schmid
    Phoniatrics: first traces in Zurich - development of a medical specialty dealing with communication disorders / Jörg Bohlender
    From microscopic to endoscopic sino-nasal and skull base surgery / David Holzmann, ichael Soyka
    Evolution of teaching ORL to medical students / Rudolf Probst, Peter Ott
    The Evolution of vestibular research, diagnostics and treatment at the University Hospital Zurich / Vincent G. Wettstein
    100 years otorhinolaryngology, August 30th to September 2nd 2017 / Nicole Peter, Alexander Huber.
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    edited by James Chow.
    Summary: This book provides clinicians with state of the art information on the use of zygomatic implants to restore function and improve quality of life. International experts come together to showcase important innovations and advances in techniques that will assist in the optimization of outcomes. Readers will find information on indications, biomechanics, the role of imaging, digital treatment planning, and all aspects of implant placement. Individual chapters are devoted to different procedures, including the extramaxillary surgical technique, extended sinus lift with retained bone window, the anatomy-guided approach, the quad zygoma technique, and static and dynamic guided surgery. The use of zygomatic implants specifically in oncology patients is also given detailed consideration. Today, the zygomatic approach offers many advantages for patients with severe maxillary resorption, in whom grafting was in the past unavoidable. In providing an up-to-date global perspective on the zygoma concept, this book will be an invaluable source of guidance for practitioners at all levels of experience.

    Zygomatic implants after twenty years
    Systematic Review and Global Perspective
    Biomechanics for Immediate Loading of the Zygomatic Implants
    Imaging for Zygomatic Implants
    Digital Workflow for Zygomatic Implants
    Extended Sinus Lift for Zygomatic Implants
    Zygoma Anatomy Guided Approach
    Static and Dynamic Guided Surgery in Zygomatic Implants
    Extramaxillary Zygomatic Implants
    Quad Zygoma
    Zygomatic Implants in Congenital Defects
    Zygomatic Implants in Oncology Patients
    Optimization and Innovation in Zygomatic Implants
    Zygoma Summit/Expert Discussion.
    Digital Access Springer 2020

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Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. A drug information resource containing: American Hospital Formulary System (AHFS), drug formulary for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (LPCH) and Stanford Hospital & Clinics (SHC), Lexi-Drugs (adverse reactions, dosage and administration, mechanism of action, storage, use, and administration information), Lexi-Calc, Lexi-ID, Lexi-I.V. Compatibility (King Guide), Lexi-Interact, and Lexi-PALS. Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) contains coverage of nursing and allied health literature. A knowledge database that provides access to topic reviews based on over 6000 clinically relevant articles. The evidence-based content, updated regularly, provides the latest practice guidelines in 59 medical specialties. Provides critical assessments of systematic reviews compiled from a variety of medical journals. Selects from the biomedical literature original studies and systematic reviews that are immediately clinically relevant and then summarizes these articles in an enhanced abstract with expert commentary.

Multidisciplinary coverage of over 10,000 high-impact journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities, as well as international proceedings coverage for over 120,000 conferences.

Includes cited reference searching, citation maps, and an analyze tool.

Features systematic reviews that summarize the effects of interventions and makes a determination whether the intervention is efficacious or not.

Cochrane reviews are created through a strict process of compiling and analyzing data from multiple randomized control trials to ensure comprehensiveness and reliability.

Provides systematic coverage of the psychological literature from the 1800s to the present through articles, book chapters and dissertations. PIER (Physicians' Information and Education Resource) is a Web-based decision-support tool designed for rapid point-of-care delivery of up-to-date, evidence-based guidance for primary care physicians. Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) provides access to 300,000 controlled trials that have been identified the Cochrane Collaboration. Provides drug information targeted for patients. A continually updating drug monograph. ECRI Guidelines Trust: A comprehensive database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and related documents. MedlinePlus: A repository of health information from the National Library of Medicine. Links are from trusted sites. No advertising, no endorsement of commercial companies or products LPCH CareNotes via MicroMedex: Patient education handouts customized by LPCH clinical staff Micromedex Lab Advisor: Evidence based laboratory test information Provides patient handouts from the American Academy of Family Physician.

Largest, broadest eBook package; covers all sciences, as well as technology (including software), medicine, and humanities.

In addition to covering Wiley and Springer, MyiLibrary is also the only provider for Oxford and Cambridge University Press titles. No seat restrictions.

A collection of biomedical books that can be searched directly by concept, and linked to terms in PubMed abstracts.

A web-based, decision support system for infectious diseases, epidemiology, microbiology and antimicrobial chemotherapy. The database, updated weekly, currently includes 337 diseases, 224 countries, 1,147 microbial taxa and 306 antibacterial (-fungal, -parasitic, -viral) agents and vaccines.

Over 10,000 notes outline the status of specific infections within each country.

Large number of high quality software and database programming titles from O'Reilly. Other software titles are also available from Sams and Prentice Hall. Limited to 7 concurrent users. Includes peer-reviewed life science and biomedical research protocols compiled from Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods in Molecular Medicine, Methods in Biotechnology, Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology, Neuromethods, the Biomethods Handbook, the Proteomics Handbook, and Springer Laboratory Manuals. Contains full text access to selected biomedical and nursing books.

Provides online, full-text access to Springer's journal titles as well as journals from other publishers.

Subjects include: life sciences, chemical sciences, environmental sciences, geosciences, computer science, mathematics, medicine, physics and astronomy, engineering and economics. Also includes eBooks.

Collection of over 8 thousand fulltext titles in engineering, math, and basic and applied biomedical research. Coverage is from 1967 to the present. A library of ebooks on a wide array of topics, digitized and made available online in conjunction with the original publishers.