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Clinical consensus document for fitting non-surgical transcutaneous bone conduction hearing devices to children.

Marlene Bagatto, Dave Gordey, Lynne Brewster, Christine Brown, Michael Comeau, Charlotte Douglas, Rana El-Naji, Sheila Fortier, Alex Gascon, Jessica Godovin, Colleen Ittner, Meredith Magathan Haluschak, Laurie Mauro, Kari Morgenstein, Joy Peterson, Susan Scollie, Michael Scott, Annemarie Wollet,

This clinical consensus document addresses the assessment, selection, and fitting considerations for non-surgical bone conduction hearing devices (BCHD) for children under the age of 5 years identified as having unilateral or bilateral, permanent conductive or mixed hearing losses. Children with profound unilateral sensorineural hearing losses are not addressed. The document ... Read more >>

Int J Audiol (International journal of audiology)
[2021, :1-8]

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Perspective on the Development of a Large-Scale Clinical Data Repository for Pediatric Hearing Research.

Jeffrey W Pennington, Byron Ruth, Jeffrey M Miller, Joy Peterson, Baichen Xu, Aaron J Masino, Ian Krantz, Juliana Manganella, Tamar Gomes, Derek Stiles, Margaret Kenna, Linda J Hood, John Germiller, E Bryan Crenshaw,

The use of "big data" for pediatric hearing research requires new approaches to both data collection and research methods. The widespread deployment of electronic health record systems creates new opportunities and corresponding challenges in the secondary use of large volumes of audiological and medical data. Opportunities include cost-effective hypothesis generation, ... Read more >>

Ear Hear (Ear and hearing)
[2020, 41(2):231-238]

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Cost-effectiveness of Argatroban Versus Heparin Anticoagulation in Adult Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Patients.

Angelina E Cho, Kathleen Jerguson, Joy Peterson, Deepa V Patel, Asif A Saberi,

<b>Purpose:</b> The purpose of this study was to evaluate the cost effectiveness of argatroban compared to heparin during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) therapy. <b>Methods:</b> This was a retrospective study of patients who received argatroban or heparin infusions with ECMO therapy at a community hospital between January 1, 2017 and June ... Read more >>

Hosp Pharm (Hospital pharmacy)
[2021, 56(4):276-281]

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Education and coaching to optimise blood culture volumes: continuous quality improvement in microbiology.

Claudia R Libertin, Keith A Sacco, Joy H Peterson,

The blood volume cultured in the detection of bacteraemia is a major variable in treating patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome. The fact that drawing optimal volumes (8-10 mL) of blood for culture increases the sensitivity of the method is well established. This study aimed to optimise the mean blood volumes ... Read more >>

BMJ Open Qual (BMJ open quality)
[2018, 7(3):e000228]

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A Case of Penicillin-Resistant Veillonella Prosthetic Joint Infection of the Knee.

Claudia R Libertin, Joy H Peterson, Mark P Brodersen, Tamara Huff,

<i>Veillonella</i> sp. and <i>V. dispar</i> are emerging pathogens. This is the third case of a monomicrobial <i>Veillonella</i> sp. prosthetic joint infection (PJI) among knees and hips; this is the second prosthetic knee infection described. The infection was treated with a 2-stage procedural approach combined with 6 weeks of ceftriaxone with ... Read more >>

Case Rep Orthop (Case reports in orthopedics)
[2016, 2016:7171947]

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Dramatic effects of a new antimicrobial stewardship program in a rural community hospital.

Claudia R Libertin, Stephanie H Watson, William L Tillett, Joy H Peterson,

<h4>Background</h4>New Joint Commission antimicrobial stewardship requirements took effect on January 1, 2017, promoted as a central strategy for coping with the emerging problems of antimicrobial resistance and Clostridium difficile infection. Our objective was to measure the effects of a new antimicrobial stewardship program (ASP) in a rural community hospital with ... Read more >>

Am J Infect Control (American journal of infection control)
[2017, 45(9):979-982]

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Human Gongylonema pulchrum Infection: Esophageal Symptoms and Need for Prolonged Albendazole Therapy.

Claudia R Libertin, Mohammed Reza, Joy H Peterson, Jason Lewis, D Jane Hata,

AbstractWe describe a case of human infection with <i>Gongylonema pulchrum</i> acquired in southeast Georgia. The patient presented with intermittent yet persistent nausea and vomiting for months. This case describes the need for extraction of worms on two occasions each followed by courses of albendazole treatment. <i>Gongylonema pulchrum</i> infections with high ... Read more >>

Am J Trop Med Hyg (The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene)
[2017, 96(4):873-875]

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Special articles: guidelines for performing ultrasound guided vascular cannulation: recommendations of the American Society of Echocardiography and the Society Of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists.

Christopher A Troianos, Gregg S Hartman, Kathryn E Glas, Nikolaos J Skubas, Robert T Eberhardt, Jennifer D Walker, Scott T Reeves, , ,

Anesth Analg (Anesthesia and analgesia)
[2012, 114(1):46-72]

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Klugiella xanthotipulae gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the family Microbacteriaceae.

Dana M Cook, Emily DeCrescenzo Henriksen, Theresa E Rogers, Joy Doran Peterson,

An actinobacterium, designated strain 44C3(T), was isolated in Michigan, USA, from the hindgut of the larvae of Tipula abdominalis, an aquatic crane fly, and was subjected to a polyphasic taxonomic investigation. Phylogenetic analysis based on 16S rRNA gene sequences revealed that the strain represented a separate clade within the family ... Read more >>

Int J Syst Evol Microbiol (International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology)
[2008, 58(Pt 12):2779-2782]

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Anaerobic respiration in engineered Escherichia coli with an internal electron acceptor to produce fuel ethanol.

Joy Doran Peterson, Lonnie O Ingram,

Environmental concerns and unease with U.S. dependence on foreign oil have renewed interest in converting biomass into fuel ethanol. The volume of plant matter available makes lignocellulose conversion to ethanol desirable, although no one isolated organism has been shown to break bonds in lignocellulose and efficiently metabolize resulting sugars into ... Read more >>

Ann N Y Acad Sci (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
[2008, 1125:363-372]

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Assessment of bermudagrass and bunch grasses as feedstock for conversion to ethanol.

William F Anderson, Bruce S Dien, Sarah K Brandon, Joy Doran Peterson,

Research is needed to allow more efficient processing of lignocellulose from abundant plant biomass resources for production to fuel ethanol at lower costs. Potential dedicated feedstock species vary in degrees of recalcitrance to ethanol processing. The standard dilute acid hydrolysis pretreatment followed by simultaneous sacharification and fermentation (SSF) was performed ... Read more >>

Appl Biochem Biotechnol (Applied biochemistry and biotechnology)
[2008, 145(1-3):13-21]

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Isolation of polymer-degrading bacteria and characterization of the hindgut bacterial community from the detritus-feeding larvae of Tipula abdominalis (Diptera: Tipulidae).

Dana M Cook, Emily DeCrescenzo Henriksen, Rima Upchurch, Joy B Doran Peterson,

The Tipula abdominalis larval hindgut microbial community presumably facilitates digestion of the lignocellulosic diet. The microbial community was investigated through characterization of bacterial isolates and analysis of 16S rRNA gene clone libraries. This initial study revealed novel bacteria and provides a framework for future studies of this symbiosis. ... Read more >>

Appl Environ Microbiol (Applied and environmental microbiology)
[2007, 73(17):5683-5686]

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Enzyme pretreatment of grass lignocellulose for potential high-value co-products and an improved fermentable substrate.

William F Anderson, Joy Peterson, Danny E Akin, W Herbert Morrison,

Crops such as switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.), bermudagrass(Cynodon dactylon L.), or napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum Schumach.)have the capacity to produce large quantities of lignocellulose for biofuel(1). To facilitate use of lignocellulosic material for ethanol, it will be necessaryto determine cost-efficient pretreatments to enhance the conversion tofermentable sugars. The lignified residual products ... Read more >>

Appl Biochem Biotechnol (Applied biochemistry and biotechnology)
[2005, 121-124:303-310]

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