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What is the best beta-blocker for systolic heart failure?
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2015-02)
Q: What is the best beta-blocker for systolic heart failure? Evidence-based answer: Three beta-blockers—carvedilol, metoprolol succinate, and bisoprolol—reduce mortality equally (by about 30% over one year) in patients with Class III or IV systolic...
The hitching post, volume 5, issue 1 (2015 Winter)
(University of Missouri--Columbia. College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015)
Sterile or non-sterile gloves for minor skin excisions?
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2015-11)
Sterile or non-sterile gloves for minor skin excisions? Non-sterile gloves are just as effective as sterile gloves in preventing surgical site infection after minor skin surgeries. PRACTICE CHANGER: Consider using non-sterile gloves during minor...
Outcome Report for Vetusta Monumenta [Ancient Monuments]: A Digital Edition Project
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
Final report for the 2013/2014 IIF project, "Vetusta Monumenta: A Digital Edition Project." From the original description: "... we are creating a digital edition of a rare and valuable eighteenth-century print series held ...
Framing protest in Missouri: framing protest on Missouri newspaper coverage of Concerned Student 1950 protest
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)
Research over the past 30 years has shown that mainstream news media have been biased against social movements through journalists' use of framing. This trend, called the protest paradigm, delegitimizes, marginalizes, and ...
The Effects of a Clinical Decision Support Software Program Stability Requirement on Glycemic Outcomes
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
Although dysglycemia has been linked to poor clinical outcomes in hospitalized patients, 30 50% of inpatients continue to have out-of-range glucose values. The use of clinical decision support software to manage intravenous ...
Hayv Kahraman’s Bodyscreens: Skin, Depth, and Surface
of one’s identity. Having observed in such works how the body is undermined by volatile abstractions like nationality and gender, I will argue that in introducing the operation of a scanning device into her practice, Kahraman comes to reconfigure...
An analysis of risk assessment questions based on loss-averse preference
Postprint. A variety of risk assessment questionnaires are used within the financial planning profession to assess client risk preferences. Evidence indicates that the average person overweighs losses relative to an arbitrary reference point...
Behind the screens: How magazines organize for digital success
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)
in this digital age. Some have thrived; others have folded. This research aims to determine factors that fuel digital success by examining the internal practices of three successful magazine digital operations. Data was gathered through interviews of editorial...
Mosaics Magazine, 2015 Summer
(University of Missouri--Columbia, College of Arts and Science, 2015)
A&S and the AAU -- MU's Role as a Land-grant University -- Supplemental Fees Make Impact -- EPSCoR Grant -- Documenting Language -- Now Hiring -- Good Science Requires Good Statistics -- Research Data Center at MU -- ...
Evaluation of acute coronary syndrome risk by hospitalists to expedite discharge of low risk patients
Chest pain is a leading cause of Emergency Department (ED) visits. Risk stratification of risk for Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) is applied with variability. Revaluation of ACS risk by hospitalists may provide the opportunity ...
‘A Sudden Temptation’: Slave Agency, Enlightened Jurisprudence and Power Struggles in Antioquia. New Granada 1804-1808.
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2015)
The Political Astuteness of Nurse Practitioners Following a Successful Legislative Journey
Nebraska became the 20th state to modernize regulations to allow for full practice authority for nurse practitioners. Legislative victories such as those evident in Nebraska are often lead by professional associations and are dependent on the level...
MUSEUM Magazine, Number 66 (2015 Winter)
(MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2015)
The issue's feature article, "Jun Kaneko's large-scale ceramics," focuses on The Museum of Art and Archaeology's acquisition of three works by Japanese-American ceramics artist Jun Kaneko. Egyptian King, Egyptian Queen, ...
MIGUEL MATEO DALLO Y LANA, MEXICAN BAROQUE COMPOSER: A FORGOTTEN TREASURE OF PUEBLA
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2015-03-09)
As research into the Mexican Baroque continues to expand, forgotten composers and their works are garnering deserved attention. Miguel Mateo Dallo y Lana (c. 1650-1705), who served as maestro de capilla [chapel master] at ...
From ‘Remedy Highly Esteemed’ to ‘Barbarous Practice’: The Rise and Fall of Acupuncture in Nineteenth-Century America
physicians – specifically, from French and British practitioners in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They used acupuncture to conduct experiments on patients suffering from various ailments. Research also indicates that the practice enjoyed...
A Large merchandising experiment with selected pork cuts
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1959)