Univariate and multivariate analysis by logistic regression model was to choose significant risk factorsResults The main risk factors on gastric cancer include alcohol drinking (OR=1.58,95% CI1.18～2.13)? irregular diet (OR=2.00,95% CI 1.34～3.10)? intake of high salt diets (OR=1.82,95% CI 1.21～2.74),etc.
Results The rates of noncompliance to the postoperative instructions, including preventing bleeding postoperatively, diets, brushing teeth and complying with the antibiotic prescriptions were: Group A (both verbal and written instructions), 30%, 10%, 8%, and 40%; Group B (written instructions only), 36%, 11%, 10%, and 57%; Group C (verbal instructions only), 58%, 26% ,22%, and 75%, respectively.
Chinese Early Cretaceous birds had experienced a significant differentiation in morphology, flight, diet and habitat.
For each test group, 20 loaches with similar body size (5.17-7.99 g; 11.79-13.21 cm) were selected and kept in aquaria with dechlorinated water at (22±1)°C and fed a commercial diet every 48 h.
Diet composition of post-metamorphic bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) in the Zhoushan archipelago, Zhejiang Province, China
The analysis of the stomach contents shows that, for adult bullfrogs, the most important prey (by diet volume) overall were Decapoda, Coleoptera, Odonata, Mesogastropoda, Raniformes, and Cypriniformes.
Moreover, the prey size and diet volume increased with the body size of both adult and juvenile bullfrogs.
Effect of Dietary Intoxication by Mercury Salts on Cysteine Proteinase Activity in Rat Tissues
The measures mobilizing the self-defense include administration of natural adaptogens and various types of adaptation, such as adaptation to dietary restrictions, promotion of physical and mental activity, and adaptation to hypoxia.
Effect of Deficiency of Dietary Nitrogen on Cellulose Digestibility and Nitrogen-Fixing Flora Activity in Sibling Vole Microtus
Statin Drugs and Dietary Isoprenoids Downregulate Protein Prenylation in Signal Transduction and Are Antithrombotic and Prothrom
They exhibit both features typical for all dietary supplements in ultra-low doses and those specific to bioantioxidants, thereby complicating interpretation of the relevant findings.
Studies on the Fatty Liver Diseases of Sciaenops ocellatus Caused by Different Ether Extract Levels in Diets
An experiment was conducted to study fatty liver disease caused by different ether extract levels in diets of juvenile Sciaenops ocellatus.
Nine kinds of diets containing different protein (38, 42, 46%) and ether extract levels (4, 8, 12%) were used.
Results showed that the relative growth ratio and survival ratio of the fish fed on medium lipid diets (8%) or high ether extract diets (12%) were significantly lower than those of the fish fed on low ether extract diets (4%) (p >amp;lt; 0.05).
There was a positive correlation between the ether extract contents in hepatopancreas of fish and the ether extract contents of diets.