primary outcome of this study showed coaggregation between A. radioresistens and S. epidermidis or S. haemolyticus, though the coaggregation was mild and sporadic. Additionally, the combination of S. epidermidis or S. haemolyticus with M. luteus demonstrated coaggregation. However, no coaggregating pairs exhibited the high scores as presented by the positive control paring of A. naeslundii ATCC 12104 and S. sanguinis CR2B, which resemble the findings of the previous study.41 From the data presented
complications, such as stroke are the cause of emergency admissions. This study seeks to determine the nature of emergency admissions in Dammam, Saudi Arabia especially because the Eastern region has been noted to have high prevalence of type II diabetes compared to the Southern region (Badran & Laher, 2012). Literature review According to International Diabetes Federation (2014), there were more than 3.8 million diabetes cases in Saudi Arabia that year. Although the prevalence of diabetes was noted
A Case Study on Marks and Spencer by stoked, Jul 24, 2008 A case study on Marks and Spencer which includes: The company at present, Background of the Study, Case Background, Problem, SWOT Analysis, Alternative Courses of Action, Recommendation, Conclusion. A Case Study on Marks and Spencer The Company at Present Marks and Spencer has over 450 stores located throughout the UK, this includes the largest store at Marble Arch, London. In addition, the Company has 150 stores worldwide, including
Norway. 31 Yearly 600-650 new cases are detected, corresponding to 7 per 100 000 inhabitant. The survival rate five years after diagnosis is very low, at only 5 %. 19 Approximately 90 % of patients diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer survive less than one year, with a median survival of 5-6 months. The high mortality rate is connected to late diagnosis, early metastasis and poor response to chemo- and radiotherapy. 34 Pancreatic cancer can be inherited, but 90 % of cases are considered sporadic.
A cohort study (article 1) and case study (article 2) that focused on the risk factors associated with hypertension were selected to be compared and contrasted. The cohort study was the first article I was able to read and looked at the relation of several sociodemographic, behavioral, and biochemical parameters on the number of hypertensions incidence among the group of subjects from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (Ford & Cooper, 1991). The subjects were separated into four
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development on the use of instructional technologies to help them gain comfort in the implementation within their teaching practices. This case study examined the collective themes that emerged from teacher’s interviews and administrator’s interviews when the groups were aggregated. Through observations and semi-structured interviews with teachers and administrators this study sought to answer the following research questions: • What are teachers’ perceptions of teacher support teams that provide professional
External debts and economic growth Literature Review A study was conducted on foreign aid, domestic savings and economic growth by (khan & Rahim, 1993).the result indicates a positive but insignificant result statistically of economic growth with its varies form of contemporaneous values of economic assistance. Foreign aid shows statistically a significant positive correlation with economic growth. From the regression analysis the result shows negative correlation between foreign aid and domestic