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  • Stability Limit of Electrified Droplets. [Journal Article]
  • PRPhys Rev Lett 2019 Jun 21; 122(24):244501
  • Beroz J, Hart AJ, Bush JWM
  • In many physical processes, including cloud electrification, electrospray, and demulsification, droplets and bubbles are exposed to electric fields and may either remain whole or burst in response to…
  • Darcy's Law for Yield Stress Fluids. [Journal Article]
  • PRPhys Rev Lett 2019 Jun 21; 122(24):245502
  • Liu C, De Luca A, … Talon L
  • Predicting the flow of non-Newtonian fluids in a porous structure is still a challenging issue due to the interplay between the microscopic disorder and the nonlinear rheology. In this Letter, we stu…
  • Tranexamic acid to improve functional status in adults with spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage: the TICH-2 RCT. [Clinical Trial]
  • HTHealth Technol Assess 2019; 23(35):1-48
  • Sprigg N, Flaherty K, … Bath PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite attempts to enrol patients rapidly, the majority of participants were enrolled and treated > 4.5 hours after stroke onset. Pragmatic inclusion criteria led to a heterogeneous population of participants, some of whom had very large strokes. Although 12 countries enrolled participants, the majority (82.1%) were from the UK.Tranexamic acid did not affect a patient's functional status at 90 days after ICH, despite there being significant modest reductions in early death (by 7 days), haematoma expansion and SAEs, which is consistent with an antifibrinolytic effect. Tranexamic acid was safe, with no increase in thromboembolic events.
  • Explainable statistical learning in public health for policy development: the case of real-world suicide data. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Med Res Methodol 2019 Jul 17; 19(1):152
  • van Schaik P, Peng Y, … Ling J
  • CONCLUSIONS: We demonstrate the effectiveness of regression techniques in the analysis of online public health data. Regression analysis for prediction and explanation can both be appropriate for public health data analysis for a better understanding of public health outcomes. It is therefore essential to clarify the aim of the analysis (prediction accuracy or theory development) as a basis for choosing the most appropriate model. We apply these techniques to the analysis of suicide data; however, we argue that the analysis presented in this study should be applied to datasets across public health in order to improve the quality of health policy recommendations.
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