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SAE technical paper series, Volume 2011-01-1103.
ABSTRACTOver the last decade large improvements in driver's safety have been made in all areas of stock car racing. A large contributor to the science of these... 
Event data recorders | Racing vehicles
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 7/2009, Volume 325, Issue 5937, pp. 204 - 206
Since the discovery of the Marburg and Ebola species of filovirus, seemingly random, sporadic fatal outbreaks of disease in humans and nonhuman primates have... 
Ebola virus | Plant diseases | Antigens | Swine | Respiratory diseases | Disease outbreaks | Viruses | Reports | Lymph nodes | Marburg virus disease | Vero cells | BATS | PHILIPPINES | RESERVOIRS | CHINA | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RESPIRATORY-SYNDROME-VIRUS | VIRULENCE | Swine Diseases - virology | Humans | Molecular Sequence Data | Phylogeny | Ebolavirus - genetics | Antibodies, Viral - blood | Porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus - classification | Ebolavirus - immunology | Swine Diseases - epidemiology | Porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus - genetics | Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome - virology | Hemorrhagic Fever, Ebola - virology | Philippines - epidemiology | Disease Outbreaks - veterinary | Disease Reservoirs | Porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus - isolation & purification | Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome - epidemiology | Ebolavirus - classification | Hemorrhagic Fever, Ebola - epidemiology | Filoviridae Infections - complications | Filoviridae Infections - veterinary | Hemorrhagic Fever, Ebola - veterinary | Ebolavirus - isolation & purification | Animals | Filoviridae Infections - virology | Filoviridae Infections - epidemiology | Sus scrofa | Health aspects | Distribution | Hogs | Disease transmission | Food chains | Epidemiology
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by Shao, Yihan and Gan, Zhengting and Epifanovsky, Evgeny and Gilbert, Andrew T.B and Wormit, Michael and Kussmann, Joerg and Lange, Adrian W and Behn, Andrew and Deng, Jia and Feng, Xintian and Ghosh, Debashree and Goldey, Matthew and Horn, Paul R and Jacobson, Leif D and Kaliman, Ilya and Khaliullin, Rustam Z and Kuś, Tomasz and Landau, Arie and Liu, Jie and Proynov, Emil I and Rhee, Young Min and Richard, Ryan M and Rohrdanz, Mary A and Steele, Ryan P and Sundstrom, Eric J and Woodcock, H. Lee and Zimmerman, Paul M and Zuev, Dmitry and Albrecht, Ben and Alguire, Ethan and Austin, Brian and Beran, Gregory J. O and Bernard, Yves A and Berquist, Eric and Brandhorst, Kai and Bravaya, Ksenia B and Brown, Shawn T and Casanova, David and Chang, Chun-Min and Chen, Yunqing and Chien, Siu Hung and Closser, Kristina D and Crittenden, Deborah L and Diedenhofen, Michael and DiStasio, Robert A and Do, Hainam and Dutoi, Anthony D and Edgar, Richard G and Fatehi, Shervin and Fusti-Molnar, Laszlo and Ghysels, An and Golubeva-Zadorozhnaya, Anna and Gomes, Joseph and Hanson-Heine, Magnus W.D and Harbach, Philipp H.P and Hauser, Andreas W and Hohenstein, Edward G and Holden, Zachary C and Jagau, Thomas-C and Ji, Hyunjun and Kaduk, Benjamin and Khistyaev, Kirill and Kim, Jaehoon and Kim, Jihan and King, Rollin A and Klunzinger, Phil and Kosenkov, Dmytro and Kowalczyk, Tim and Krauter, Caroline M and Lao, Ka Un and Laurent, Adèle D and Lawler, Keith V and Levchenko, Sergey V and Lin, Ching Yeh and Liu, Fenglai and Livshits, Ester and Lochan, Rohini C and Luenser, Arne and Manohar, Prashant and Manzer, Samuel F and Mao, Shan-Ping and Mardirossian, Narbe and Marenich, Aleksandr V and Maurer, Simon A and Mayhall, Nicholas J and Neuscamman, Eric and Oana, C. Melania and Olivares-Amaya, Roberto and O'Neill, Darragh P and Parkhill, John A and Perrine, Trilisa M and Peverati, Roberto and Prociuk, Alexander and Rehn, Dirk R and Rosta, Edina and Russ, Nicholas J and Sharada, Shaama M and Sharma, Sandeep and Small, David W and Sodt, Alexander and ...
Molecular Physics, ISSN 0026-8976, 01/2015, Volume 113, Issue 2, pp. 184 - 215
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Remote Sensing, ISSN 2072-4292, 04/2010, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 1120 - 1141
LiDAR-derived digital elevation models can reveal road networks located beneath dense forest canopy. This study tests the accuracy of forest road... 
Forest roads | GIS | LiDAR applications | REMOTE SENSING | forest roads
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Emerging Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1080-6040, 04/2017, Volume 23, Issue 4, pp. 714 - 715
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Pain Medicine, ISSN 1526-2375, 11/2009, Volume 10, Issue 8, pp. 1487 - 1496
ABSTRACT Objective.  Advances in regional anesthesia, specifically continuous peripheral nerve blocks (CPNBs), have greatly improved pain outcomes for wounded... 
Pain Outcomes | Pain | Combat Casualty Care | Continuous Peripheral Nerve Block | Combat casualty care | Pain outcomes | Continuous peripheral nerve block | MANAGEMENT | ANXIETY | MECHANISMS | CARE | SOLDIERS | ANESTHESIA | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | FREEDOM | ANESTHESIOLOGY | Iraq War, 2003-2011 | Military Medicine - statistics & numerical data | Pain - epidemiology | Humans | Pain Management | Male | Anxiety - prevention & control | Data Collection | Nerve Block - methods | Wounds and Injuries - epidemiology | Warfare | Wounds and Injuries - nursing | Hospitals, Military - standards | Analgesia - statistics & numerical data | Young Adult | Transportation of Patients - standards | Analgesia - trends | Anxiety - epidemiology | Hospitals, Military - statistics & numerical data | Adult | Quality of Health Care - standards | Military Medicine - standards | Depression - epidemiology | Transportation of Patients - statistics & numerical data | Comorbidity | Quality of Health Care - statistics & numerical data | Wounds and Injuries - psychology | Afghan Campaign 2001 | Nerve Block - statistics & numerical data | Emergency Medical Services - statistics & numerical data | Neuropsychological Tests | Analgesia - standards | Pain - psychology | Pain Measurement - methods | Depression - prevention & control | Emergency Medical Services - standards | Nerve Block - standards | Surveys | Military aspects | Medical equipment | Soldiers | Improvised explosive devices | Care and treatment | Bombs | Combat support | Casualties | Physiological apparatus
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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, ISSN 0149-2195, 04/2017, Volume 66, Issue 13, pp. 366 - 373
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American Journal of Pathology, The, ISSN 0002-9440, 2013, Volume 183, Issue 3, pp. 881 - 892
September 2012 marked the beginning of the largest reported outbreak of infections associated with epidural and intra-articular injections. Contamination of... 
Pathology
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Academic Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1069-6563, 11/2004, Volume 11, Issue 11, pp. 1213 - 1222
: Emergency department (ED) patient care relies heavily on radiologic imaging. As advances in technologic innovation continue to present opportunities to... 
PACS | emergency department | digitized images | radiology | diagnostic imaging | PERFORMANCE | I TRAUMA CENTER | PHYSICIANS | COMMUNICATION-SYSTEM | EMERGENCY MEDICINE | IMAGES | TELERADIOLOGY | CHEST RADIOGRAPHS | COMPUTER-AIDED DIAGNOSIS | WORKSTATION
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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, ISSN 0149-2195, 9/2016, Volume 65, Issue 36, pp. 963 - 966
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Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1069-6563, 11/2004, Volume 11, Issue 11, pp. 1213 - 1222
Emergency department (ED) patient care relies heavily on radiologic imaging. As advances in technologic innovation continue to present opportunities to... 
Diagnostic Imaging - methods | Emergency Medicine - instrumentation | Radiology Information Systems | Total Quality Management | Emergency Service, Hospital | United States | Humans | Radiology - standards | Radiology - trends | Emergency Medicine - methods | Forecasting | Radiographic Image Enhancement
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by Reagan-Steiner, Sarah and Simeone, Regina and Simon, Elizabeth and Bhatnagar, Julu and Oduyebo, Titilope and Free, Rebecca and Denison, Amy M and Rabeneck, Demi B and Ellington, Sascha and Petersen, Emily and Gary, Joy and Hale, Gillian and Keating, M. Kelly and Martines, Roosecelis B and Muehlenbachs, Atis and Ritter, Jana and Lee, Ellen and Davidson, Alexander and Conners, Erin and Scotland, Sarah and Sandhu, Kayleigh and Bingham, Andrea and Kassens, Elizabeth and Smith, Lou and St. George, Kirsten and Ahmad, Nina and Tanner, Mary and Beavers, Suzanne and Miers, Brooke and van Maldeghem, Kelley and Khan, Sumaiya and Rabe, Ingrid and Gould, Carolyn and Meaney-Delman, Dana and Honein, Margaret A and Shieh, Wun-Ju and Jamieson, Denise J and Fischer, Marc and Zaki, Sherif R and Kretschmer, Melissa and Tarter, Kara and Yaglom, Hayley and Alhajmohammad, Shoruq and Chhabra, Dildeep and Jilek, Wendy and Madala, Meghana and Messenger, Sharon and Porse, Charsey Cole and Salas, Maria and Singh, Diana and Skallet, Sarah and Sowunmi, Similoluwa and Marzec, Natalie S and Davis, Karin and Esponda-Morrison, Brenda and Fraser, M. Zachariah and O’Connor, Colleen Ann and Chung, Wendy M and Richardson, Folasuyi and Stocks, Meredith E and Bundek, Amanda Marie and Zambri, Mbajennifer L and Allen, Ashley and Etienne, Marie Ketty and Jackson, Jennifer and Landis, Vanessa and Logue, Teresa and Muse, Nicole and Prieto, Juliana and Rojas, Mercedes and Feldpausch, Amanda and Graham, Teri and Mann, Sylvia and Park, Sarah Y and Freeman, Debbie and Potts, Emily J and Stevens, Taryn and Simonson, Sean and Tonzel, Julius L and Davis, Shari and Robinson, Sara and Hyun, Judie K and Jenkins, Erin Maureen and Brown, Catherine and Soliva, Susan and Schiffman, Elizabeth and Byers, Paul and Hand, Sheryl and Mulgrew, Christine L and Hamik, Jeff and Koirala, Samir and Ludwig, Elizabeth and Fredette, Carolyn R and Mathewson, Abigail A and Garafalo, Kristin and Worthington, Karen and Ropri, Abubakar and Bloch, Danielle and Clark, Sandhya and Cooper, Hannah and ... and Zika Virus Response Epidemiology and U S Zika Pregnancy Registry and Zika Virus Response Epidemiology and Surveillance Task Force Pathology Team and U.S. Zika Pregnancy Registry Collaboration
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, ISSN 0149-2195, 06/2017, Volume 66, Issue 24, pp. 636 - 643
Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause congenital microcephaly and brain abnormalities (1), and detection of Zika virus RNA in clinical and tissue... 
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