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Is failure mode and effect analysis reliable?
To test the reliability of failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) within a hospital setting in the United Kingdom.
Associations of Physical Activity With Inflammatory Factors, Adipocytokines, and Metabolic Syndrome in Middle-Aged and Older Chinese People
Inflammatory factors, adipocytokines, and the metabolic syndrome are important determinants of cardiometabolic disease. It remains unclear how physical activity is related to these risk factors. Our objective was to ...
A novel concept in enteric coating : a double-coating system providing rapid drug release in the proximal small intestine
A novel double-coating enteric system was developed to accelerate drug release in conditions resembling the upper small intestine. The system comprises an inner coat (partially neutralised EUDRAGIT® L 30 D-55 and organic ...
Controlling crop disease contributes to both food security and climate change mitigation
Global food security is threatened by crop diseases that account for average yield losses of 16 per cent, with the greatest losses experienced by subsistence farmers in the developing world. Climate change is exacerbating ...
Identifying how automation can lose its intended benefit along the development process : a research plan
(British Computing Society (BCS), 2009)
Automation is usually considered to improve performance in virtually any domain. However it can fail to deliver the target benefit as intended by those managers and designers advocating the introduction of the tool. In ...
Consistency of flashbulb memories of September 11 over long delays : implications for consolidation and wrong time slice hypotheses
The consistency of flashbulb memories over long delays provides a test of theories of memory for highly emotional events. This study used September 11, 2001 as the target event, with test–retest delays of 2 and 3 years. ...