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    • Activated Macrophages in Repair of Skeletal Muscle Injuries 

      Novak, Margaret L. (2013-02-21)
      Macrophages (Mp) are essential for repair and regeneration in numerous tissues, but are also often associated with tissue destruction and fibrosis. These seemingly contradictory roles of macrophages may be related to the ...
    • Characterization of Medical Laser Related Occupational Injuries in the US FDA MAUDE Database 

      Tonn, Katelynn P. (2014-02-24)
      The use of lasers in medicine began soon after the first ruby laser was invented in 1960, and the variety of clinical applications has increased over the years and continue to grow as technology advances. Numerous healthcare ...
    • Comparison of Work-Related Amputations in Illinois to National Estimates 

      Krupczak, Colin M. (2012-12-10)
      There are multiple studies showing that the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)undercounts the estimate of amputations that occur in the workplace. This study uses the linkage of multiple databases to give a representation ...
    • Dose-Response Relationship Between In-Hospital Mortality and Alcohol Following Acute Injury 

      Friedman, Lee S. (Elsevier Masson, 2012-12)
      Although the relationship between alcohol and injury incidence is well researched, there continues to be dispute about the relationship between alcohol and mortality following an injury. Findings from past studies have ...
    • Pseudomonas aeruginosa induced lung injury model. 

      Suresh Kumar, V.; Sadikot, R.T.; Purcell, J.E.; Malik, A.B.; Liu, Y. (Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2014-10-29)
      In order to study human acute lung injury and pneumonia, it is important to develop animal models to mimic various pathological features of this disease. Here we have developed a mouse lung injury model by intra-tracheal ...
    • Task-specific training reduces trip-related fall risk in women 

      Grabiner, Mark D.; Bareither, Mary Lou; Gatts, Strawberry; Marone, Jane; Troy, Karen L. (American College of Sports Medicine, 2012-12)
      Purpose: The potential of task-specific training as a fall-prevention intervention was studied. The primary purpose of the study was to determine the extent to which a task-specific training protocol decreased the number ...