②The i ncidence rate of anxiety in the interventional group was decreased from 24.0%be fore intervention to 15.3%(χ2=12.41,P< 0.01),which was also significantly lowe r than that in the control group(24.3%)(χ2=11.96,P< 0.01).
③The incidence rate of depression in the interventional group was decreased from 36.8%before inter vention to 20.2%(χ2=35.18,P< 0.01),which was also significantly lower than 36. 9%in the control group(χ2=29.46,P< 0.01).
The scores of mental and psychological developmental index of BSID were significantly higher in the interventional group[(99.52±14.42),(88.28 ±16.31)] than in the non-interventional group[(89.03±12.32),(75.12±14.05)] (P< 0.01).
A total of 30 rats were randomly assigned into pcDNA3.1-CYP2J3 plasmid control group,pcDNA3.1 plasmid control group,blank control group,pcDNA3.1-CYP2J3 plasmid interventional group,pcDNA3.1 plasmid interventional group with 6 rats in each group.
An optically variable pigment was produced by wet chemical method, where TiO2-coated mica with interference colors acted as the substrate materials.
The impact of different interference substrate materials for improving the color travel effect was studied, and the influence of white and black background on the hue and the color travel effect were studied.
Thus, it is proved theoretically that the intermittency in switching power converter can be explained in terms of coupling of spurious interference.
The model can provide a more detailed and precise information about the interference field and is used to study the effect of the turning error of the reflectors in writing FBG.
The calculation result shows that the turning error has an important effect on the visibility of the far interference field.
Biochemical interventions (e.g., with inhibitors of poly-(ADP-riboso)-polymerase) into the signal and executive mechanisms of PCD can change the choice of the cell death form.
Thus, the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) plays a major role in the development of both hypertension and heart failure and is, therefore, a key target for therapeutic interventions.
The increased extent of geological hazards, such as landslides, rock fall and soil erosion, have mainly due to alike developmental interventions in the natural ecosystem.
Due to the strict parental decision on pregnancy continuation and prohibition of any obstetric interventions during delivery, unborn child and parturient, as well as the obstetric team, were put into high professional, forensic and ethical risk.
Subsequent coronary interventions required modification of the Amplatz left guiding catheter, which enabled a sufficient support even for coronary artery stenting.
Due to the wide use of radiocontrast agents (RCA) in modern radiology and interventional cardiology, the incidence of radiocontrast-induced nephropathy (RCIN) is increasing.
Numerous therapies are available for palliation including surgery, pharmacologic therapy, interventional radiologic therapy, embolization and chemoembolization of hepatic metastases, immunotherapy (Interferon alfa) and chemotherapy.
The interventional occlusion of atrial septal defects still represents an experimental approach.
Furthermore, the concept of interventional occlusion therapy of atrial septum defects needs further development to avoid late complications.
One of the indications for catheter interventional closure of such a small interatrial communication is the paradoxial embolism.