Now showing items 397-416 of 659

  • Measuring the physical activity level of two children with combined cerebral palsy and intellectual disability. 

    Bengtson, Megan; Blake, Stephanie; Chamberlain, Laurie; Runge, Jodi (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
    Current guidelines recommend that school-age children accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) on most days of the week. Research has established a valid methodology in measuring the ...
  • Medicaid case-mix nursing home reimbursement in three states 

    Swan, James H.; Pickard, Ruth B. (Routledge, 2003)
    Case-mix nursing facility payment raises issues of access, quality, equity, and cost. Case-mix should better match payment to costs, improve access, and provide incentives to increased staffing and quality of care; but it ...
  • Medicaid nursing facility reimbursement methods: 1979-1997 

    Swan, James H.; Harrington, Charlene; Clemeña, Wendy; Pickard, Ruth B.; Studer, Liatris; deWit, Susan K. (Sage Publications, 2000-09)
    This article describes state Medicaid nursing facility reimbursement methods and rates in 1979-1997, using data derived from telephone surveys of state Medicaid reimbursement. The 1980s saw shifts toward prospective ...
  • Medicare revenue in large medical groups 

    Swan, James H.; Hunter, H. R.; Tumelty, R. (Routledge, 1997)
    The aged are the heaviest users of physician services. A ageing population and escalation in medical costs have pressured Medicare budgets, which have increased fastest in Part B physician reimbursement. Policy responses ...
  • Metalinguistic awareness in children: a developmental progression 

    Edwards, Harold T.; Kirkpatrick, Anita G. (Springer New York LLC, 1999-07)
    The purpose of this study was to determine if a developmental order exists in the metalinguistic ability of children to make judgments about the form of language while simultaneously attending to a meaningful linguistic ...
  • Midlevel providers in a Level I trauma service: experience at Wesley Medical Center 

    Nyberg, Sue M.; Waswick, William; Wynn, Tor; Keuter, Kayla R. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007-07)
    Changes in the health care system have led to reduced availability of surgical residents to function as house officers in teaching hospitals. The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to assess the level of satisfaction ...
  • Mitosis in embryonic trisomy 1 mouse eye 

    Smith, Barbara S. (John Wiley & Sons, 1989-12)
    Trisomy 1 embryos consistently show eye defects (e.g., aphakia, microphakia, retention of lens stalk). To determine if the plane of division of mitotic figures is abnormal in the eyes of these animals, trisomic embryos ...
  • Multicompetent health professionals: needs, combinations, and curriculum development 

    Beachey, Will D. (Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, 1988-11)
    Goals of this study included the investigation of the need for multicompetent health practitioners, the relationship between hospital size and perception of this need, and feasible combinations of professions and skills ...
  • Multiple ligament knee injury: Complications 

    Manske, Robert C.; Hosseinzadeh, Pooya; Giangarra, Charles E. (Sports Physical Therapy Section, APTA, 2008-11)
    Non-operative and operative complications are common following multiple ligament knee injuries. This article will describe common complications seen by the surgeon and physical therapist following this complex injury. ...
  • Muscle activation during push-ups with different suspension training systems 

    Calatayud, Joaquin; Borreani, Sebastien; Carlos Colado, Juan; Martin F, Fernando; Rogers, Michael E.; Behm, David G.; Andersen, Lars L. (©Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (2014), 2014-09)
    The purpose of this study was to analyze upper extremity and core muscle activation when performing push-ups with different suspension devices. Young fit male university students (n = 29) performed 3 push-ups each with 4 ...
  • Nanochannel-based electrochemical sensor for the detection of pharmaceutical contaminants in water 

    Nagaraj, Vinay J.; Jacobs, Michael; Vattipalli, Krishna; Annam, Venkata Praveen; Prasad, Shalini (Royal Soc Chemistry, 2014)
    Effective real-time monitoring is the key to understanding and tackling the issue of pharmaceutical contamination of water. This research demonstrates the utility of an alumina nanochannel-based electrochemical sensor ...
  • The NCLEX-RN and nurse educators 

    Washburn, J.; Short, L. (Slack, 1992-04)
    The involvement of nurse educators with recent NCLEX-RN changes was studied. One hundred and twenty administrators from associate (ADN) and baccalaureate (BSN) degree programs across the country responded to a questionnaire ...
  • Near infrared spectroscopy measurement of sacral tissue oxygenation saturation (StO2) in healthy volunteers immobilized on spine boards 

    Baumchen, Jessica; Gurss, Erin; Hennes, Emily; Nyberg, Sue M.; Berg, Gina M. (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
    Immobilization of patients utilizing rigid spine boards (RSB) is standard practice in the management of trauma patients. Pressure ulcers (PU) have been associated with prolonged immobilization. The possibility exists that ...
  • Neuromuscular exercises with different devices: progression of ankle muscle activation 

    Calatayud, Joaquin; Carlos Colado, Juan; Borreani, Sebastien; Martin, Fernando; Tella, Victor; Rogers, Michael E. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013-05)
    The ankle is the second most commonly injured body part in sports and ankle sprains are the most common type of ankle injury. Female athletes have a high rate of ankle injury in some team sports. Rehabilitation must ...
  • New classifications for diabetes mellitus 

    Donnelly, Richard E.; Davis, Richard H.; Girard, Sharon S.; Muma, Richard D.; Taft, James M.; Toth, Sarah A. (Haymarket Media, 1998)
  • New recommendations for preventing bacterial endocarditis 

    Davis, Richard H.; Donnelly, Richard E.; Girard, Sharon S.; Muma, Richard D.; Taft, James M.; Toth, Sarah A. (Haymarket Media, 1998)
  • Ninety-nine kegs of beer on the wall: Hollywood depictions of college life 

    Somers, P.; Bain, D.; Baumgart, G.; Brune, M.; Dawkins, L.; Elliott, J.; Mackin, K.; Muma, Richard D.; Rullman, L.; Settle, J.; Swyers, K.; Turley, R.; Zacharias, A. (National Association of Student Personnel Administration, 2003)
  • Nitrofurantoin-Induced pulmonary toxicity. 

    Wilkin, Ryan Todd (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
    Background: Nitrofurantoin is commonly prescribed to treat and prevent uncomplicated urinary tract infections. Although generally considered safe, one rare but serious side effect is chronic pulmonary toxicity. Purpose: ...
  • Nonoperative and operative management of snapping scapula 

    Manske, Robert C.; Reiman, Michael P.; Stovak, Mark L. (Sage Publications, 2004-09)
    Snapping scapula is a painful crepitus of the scapulothoracic articulation. This crepitus is a grinding or snapping noise with scapulothoracic motion that may or may not accompany pain. This condition is commonly seen in ...