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Comparison of Tropical and Temperate Zone Diarrheal Problems
In the past. we thought there were differences hetween tropica! and temperate zones in the etiology of intestinal diseases. Recent observations indicate that such differences do not exist. Infectious agents are ubiquitous. ...
Identification of cancer chemosensitivity by ODE and GMM modeling of heterogeneous cellular response to perturbations in fluorescent sphingolipid metabolism
Cancer refers to a group of diseases in which cells display uncontrolled growth. Chemotherapy options are usually conditioned by generating resistance which is explained in part by the intrinsic heterogeneity of the ...
Shigellosis in Central America
(Shigellosis: a continuing global problem:ICDDR,Bangladesh p 26-38, 1983)
Shigella infections are very common in Central America, except in Costa Rica and Panama where prevalence rates are low. Shigellosis is the most serious among all the specific diarrhoeas, due to its invasive character, systemic ...
Thirst perception tracks well with acute dehydration even after a cold shower
Purpose: to determine if Engell’s 9-point subjective scale of thirst perception (TP) is able to detect varying levels of hypohydration after exercise in the heat. In addition, we wished to evaluate the susceptibility of ...
Manejo complementario del dolor con técnicas alternativas durante la labor de parto y parto en el Hospital Dr. Rafael Ángel Calderón Guardia
(Jornadas de investigación en Enfermería. II Jornada Internacional y IV Jornada Nacional, 2010-10-20)
Se propone un abordaje alternativo para el manejo del dolor por medio de técnicas como: hidroterapia, reiki, musicoterapia, meditación profunda y yoga.
Memoria I Jornada Acceso Abierto a la Información sobre discapacidad en Costa Rica (29 de setiembre de 2014)
Reúne las conferencias presentadas en la I Jornada: Acceso Abierto a la información sobre discapacidad en Costa Rica, efectuada el 29 de setiembre de 2014, por el Consejo Nacional de Rehabilitación y Educación Especial ...
Thirst Perception and Fluid Intake are not Affected by Knowledge of Water Losses during Exercise
Abstract of the presentation at the 2018 ACSM Annual Meeting
Design Challenges for Reconnecting in Later Life: A Qualitative Study
Friendships and social interactions are renown contributors to wellbeing. As such, keeping a healthy amount of relationships becomes very important as people age and the size of their social network tends to decrease. ...
A geographical sampling strategy for field surveys in an urban area using high-resolution satellite imagery
Field evaluations for studying the epidemiology of vector-borne diseases like dengue in urban areas are often restricted to selection of households and buildings for field surveys. Therefore, the resulting sampling frame ...
Modeling dengue cases in health Regions of Costa Rica using El Niño Southern Oscillation and local vegetation dynamics
Temporal behavior of dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DH/DHF) has been associated with climate, which may modulate mosquito vector populations. El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) fluctuations can be related to ...