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‣ Alfabetização no ensino fundamental de nove anos: avaliação discente e suas implicações para as práticas pedagógicas

Guarnieri, Maria Regina; Vieira, Luciene Cerdas
Fonte: Universidade Estadual Paulista Publicador: Universidade Estadual Paulista
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 55-71
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This paper focuses data from discussions done with teachers who work with the three early years of nine-years elementary chool, in two Municipal schools of São Paulo inland, in order to investigate the students’ literacy degree. Considering a test applied to students of three early years of those schools, this study deals with the literacy performance results of 153 children of third school year. It also relates data of this test with some aspects that have characterized the literacy teachers’ practices. Initially, it presents considerations about the literacy process in extent of nine-years elementary school and some implications for the teachers’ practices. Then, it emphasizes the test results of third year students, pointing out what skills were already developed by them in literacy process and what skills must be improved. Results show that those children are not literated. They demonstrate difficulties in the appropriation of reading and writing skills, even in the third school year. It suggests the teachers’ need to reorganize their practices in classroom and to revise students’ literacy process, allowing to every student the full appropriation of reading and writing.; Este artigo focaliza dados oriundos de discussões com professoras que atuam nos três primeiros anos do ensino fundamental de nove anos...

‣ Retained Third Molars Removal in a Severely Resorbed Edentulous Mandible. A Case Report

Sverzut,Cassio Edvard; Trivellato,Alexandre Elias; Sverzut,Alexander Tadeu; Azenha,Marcelo Rodrigues; Yamaji,Marco Aurelio Kenichi; Pepato,Andre Oliveira
Fonte: Fundação Odontológica de Ribeirão Preto Publicador: Fundação Odontológica de Ribeirão Preto
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
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The presence of asymptomatic third molars can represent a potential problem in the mandible when these teeth are retained and the patient has lost all normally erupted teeth. Once the mandibular first and second molars are removed, the mandibular body becomes weaker with time, increasing the complexity, morbidity and incidence of complication in the surgical procedure to remove the retained third molar. This paper reports a case where the mandibular third molars retained in a severely resorbed mandible were removed in a 54-year-old female patient. The treatment plan was based on the safe surgical removal of the teeth and prosthetic rehabilitation with an implant-supported milled bar overdenture and a bone-mucous-supported complete denture in the mandibular and maxillary arch, respectively. If the removal of a retained third molar is indicated in a severely resorbed edentulous mandible, the treatment plan must involve not only preventive measures in order to avoid mandible fracture during or after tooth removal, but also alternatives that allow an adequate mandibular rehabilitation.

‣ Is there justification for prophylactic extraction of third molars? A systematic review

Costa,Moacir Guilherme da; Pazzini,Camila Alessandra; Pantuzo,Mariele Cristina Garcia; Jorge,Maria Letícia Ramos; Marques,Leandro Silva
Fonte: Sociedade Brasileira de Pesquisa Odontológica - SBPqO Publicador: Sociedade Brasileira de Pesquisa Odontológica - SBPqO
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The present systematic review was performed to investigate if there is evidence justifying the prophylactic extraction of third molars, one of the most frequent procedures in oral surgery. A series of searches was carried out for randomized, clinical trials and systematic reviews in seven databases (MEDLINE, BBO, LILACS, Web of Science, EMBASE, BIREME and Cochrane Library), with no restrictions regarding year or language. A supplemental manual search of the references of retrieved articles was also performed. The search strategy resulted in 260 papers. Both the data extracted and the quality of each paper were evaluated independently by two reviewers. After selection based on the preestablished eligibility criteria, four papers qualified for the final analysis. A medium degree of quality and methodological consistency was found in three studies, and low quality was found in one study. No studies showed a high degree of consistency. The most significant flaw was an inadequate sample size. The results of the present review indicate a lack of scientific evidence to justify the indication of the prophylactic extraction of third molars.

‣ Tobacco use and cessation counselling: Global Health Professionals Survey Pilot Study, 10 countries, 2005

Group, The GTSS Collaborative
Fonte: BMJ Group Publicador: BMJ Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2006 Português
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One of the strategies to reduce the number of smoking‐related deaths is to encourage the involvement of health professionals in tobacco‐use prevention and cessation counselling. The World Health Organization, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Canadian Public Health Association developed the Global Health Professionals Survey (GHPS) to collect data on tobacco use and cessation counselling among health‐profession students in all WHO member states. This report summarises findings from the GHPS Pilot Study, which consisted of 16 surveys conducted in 10 countries among third year students in four health‐profession disciplines (dentistry, medicine, nursing, and pharmacy) during the first quarter of 2005. The findings indicated that current cigarette smoking among these students was higher than 20% in seven of the 10 countries surveyed. Nevertheless, 87–99% of the students surveyed believed they should have a role in counselling patients to quit smoking; only 5–37% of these third‐year students had actually received formal training in how to conduct such counselling. Schools for health professionals, public health organisations, and education officials should work together to design and implement training in smoking cessation counselling for all health‐profession students.

‣ Teaching Medical Students How to Use Interpreters: A Three Year Experience

McEvoy, Mimi; Teresa Santos, Maria; Marzan, Maria; Green, Eric H.; Milan, Felise B.
Fonte: Medical Education Online Publicador: Medical Education Online
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Disparities in health exist among ethnic/racial groups, especially among members with limited English proficiency (LEP). The session described in this paper aimed to teach medical students the skills needed to communicate with patients with LEP. Description – We created a required session titled “Cross-Cultural Communication-Using an Interpreter” for third-year medical students with learning objectives and teaching strategies. The session plans evolved over three years. Program Evaluation – Students’ perceived efficacy using retrospective pre/post test analysis (n = 110, 86% response rate) administered 7 weeks post-session revealed that 77.3% of students felt “more prepared to communicate with a patient with LEP”, 77.3% to “give proper instructions to an untrained interpreter” and 76.4% to “access a hospital language line”. Conclusion – Our curricular intervention was effective in increasing students’ perceived efficacy in communicating with a patient with LEP, using untrained interpreters and accessing a hospital language line. Skills practice and discussion of using interpreters should be a part of medical education.

‣ Efficacy of the pentavalent rotavirus vaccine, RotaTeq®, in Finnish infants up to 3 years of age: the Finnish Extension Study

Vesikari, Timo; Karvonen, Aino; Ferrante, Shannon Allen; Ciarlet, Max
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
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Rotavirus Efficacy and Safety Trial (REST) enrolled nearly 70,000 infants, of whom more than 23,000 were from Finland. REST determined the efficacy of the pentavalent rotavirus vaccine (RV5) against rotavirus-related hospitalisations and emergency department (ED) visits in the first year after vaccination. Finnish infants initially in REST transitioned into the Finnish Extension Study (FES), where they were followed for rotavirus-related hospitalisations and ED visits through their second year of life and beyond. FES identified 150 (31%) additional rotavirus gastroenteritis (RVGE) cases beyond those identified in REST in the Finnish participants. Overall, RV5 reduced RVGE hospitalisations and ED visits, regardless of the rotavirus serotype, by 93.8% (95% confidence interval [CI]: 90.8–95.9%) for up to 3.1 years following the last vaccine dose. Vaccine efficacy against combined hospitalisations and ED visits between ages 4 months to 11 months, 12 months to 23 months, and 24 months to 35 months was 93.9% (95% CI: 89.1–96.9%), 94.4% (95% CI: 90.2–97.0%), and 85.9% (95% CI: 51.6–97.2%), respectively. The reduction of hospitalisations and ED visits due to any acute gastroenteritis, rotavirus or not, was 62.4% (95% CI: 57.6–66.6%) over the entire follow-up period. The results from FES confirm that RV5 induces high and sustained protection against rotavirus-related hospitalisations and ED visits...

‣ Incidence and Pattern of Cranio-Maxillofacial Injuries: A 22 year Retrospective Analysis of Cases Operated at Major Trauma Hospitals/Centres in Pune, India

Gadre, Kiran S.; Halli, Rajshekhar; Joshi, Samir; Ramanojam, Shandilya; Gadre, Pushkar K.; Kunchur, Ranjit; Bhosale, Gururaj; Kaul, Deepak
Fonte: Springer India Publicador: Springer India
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This study aims to retrospectively analyze the incidence and pattern of cranio-maxillofacial injuries in the developing world in a hope to emphasize on authorities the need of improvising infrastructural facilities, medical and other. Hospital medical records with available radiographs of 6,872 patients treated for cranio-maxillofacial injuries at major trauma centres in Pune, India over a 22 year period (from July 1989 to June 2010) were reviewed. Relevant data pertaining to patients’ age, sex, cause of injury, sites of injury, associated injuries, anaesthesia, various treatment modalities and complications were recorded and analyzed statistically. A total of 6,872 patients sustained maxillofacial injuries of which 5,936 (86.4 %) were caused by road traffic accidents (RTA), followed by fall in 608 cases. Distribution pattern of sex revealed male predominance (M:F-2.5:1) and the third decade age group (2,416) sustained maximum cranio-maxillofacial injuries. Of 12,503 cranio-maxillofacial sites involved, mandible (6,456) predominated, while there was middle third involvement in 5,024 cases. Most of the patients (4,856) were treated with open reduction and internal fixation without maxillo-mandibular fixation and complications were noted in 320 patients. In comparison to similar recent studies reported in the literature...

‣ Persistence of Th1/Tc1 responses one year after tetravalent dengue vaccination in adults and adolescents in Singapore

Harenberg, Anke; Begue, Sarah; Mamessier, Audrey; Gimenez-Fourage, Sophie; Ching Seah, Ching; Wei Liang, Ai; Li Ng, Jun; Yun Toh, Xue; Archuleta, Sophia; Wilder-Smith, Annelies; Shek, Lynette P; Wartel-Tram, Anh; Bouckenooghe, Alain; Lang, Jean; Crevat, D
Fonte: Landes Bioscience Publicador: Landes Bioscience
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To characterize the cell mediated immunity (CMI) induced by the investigational CYD tetravalent dengue vaccine (TDV), we developed a whole-blood, intracellular cytokine staining (ICS) assay and a multiplex assay, each requiring 3 mL of blood. We assessed CMI before and 28 d after a first and third injection of CYD-TDV and one year after the third injection in a subset of 80 adolescents and adults enrolled in a phase II trial in Singapore (ClinicalTrial.gov NCT NCT00880893). CD4/IFNγ/TNFα responses specific to dengue NS3 were detected before vaccination. Vaccination induced YF-17D-NS3-specific CD8/IFNγ responses, without significant TNFα, and a CYD-specific Th1/Tc1 cellular response in all participants, which was characterized by predominant IFNγ secretion compared with TNFα, associated with low level IL-13 secretion in multiplex analysis of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) supernatants after restimulation with each the CYD vaccine viruses. Responses were directed mainly against CYD-4 after the first vaccination, and were more balanced against all four serotypes after the third vaccination. The same qualitative profile was observed one year after the third vaccination, with approximately 2-fold lower NS3-specific responses...

‣ The National Strategic Stockpile: Will It Really Protect the Nation against Bioterrorism?

Kasper, Sara
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Paper (for course/seminar/workshop)
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This paper assesses one of the key components of the nation’s defense against bioterrorism—the National Strategic Stockpile. The Stockpile was created by the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 and Project Bioshield in 2004, with a mandate to procure sufficient vaccines, medicines and other products to avert or contain a public health crisis in the event of a bioterrorist attack. Currently, the Stockpile lacks critical countermeasures and next generation vaccines because they have not yet been developed. Congress has attempted to provide the conditions necessary for the private sector to create these products for the National Stockpile, but Congress’s efforts have largely failed thus far. This paper will examine both aspects of the National Strategic Stockpile: first it will examine the legislation providing for the National Strategic Stockpile and the strategy to provide the private market with incentives to develop priority countermeasures. Second, this paper will then analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the legislation and offer recommendations for future governmental actions to ensure the successful build-up of a robust National Strategic Stockpile.

‣ A Legal Education for the Administrative State: Dean James M. Landis in the History of American Legal Education

Farthing-Nichol, Duncan William
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
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Beginning in the 1920s and 1930s, C. C. Langdell’s traditional model of legal education – a closed system of abstract concepts, judicial decisions and private law – faced substantial challenge from the rise of the administrative state. James M. Landis, Dean of Harvard Law School from 1937 to 1946, quietly responded to that challenge with a program to develop deep legal expertise and a greater understanding of public law. As an architect of the New Deal, Landis saw the role of the lawyer as an expert in legal skills who worked in conjunction with other specialized professions. In contrast to sociological jurisprudence and legal realism, which encouraged a widening of the lawyer’s knowledge to non-legal fields such as economics, sociology and engineering, Landis’ response to the rise of non-legal professions was to counsel a narrowing of the lawyer’s role to what lawyers do best. In enacting reforms at Harvard Law School, Landis sought to realize a legal education better tuned to the problems facing a legal expert working within the administrative state, whether as a public servant or a private advocate. He moved to create a seamless seven-year program of college and law school, such that law students might better appreciate the problems of non-legal fields. He pushed his students into the technical details of public law...

‣ Teacher Performance Pay

Barrera-Osorio, Felipe; Raju, Dhushyanth
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento
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This paper presents evidence from the first three years of a randomized controlled trial of a government-administered pilot teacher performance pay program in Punjab, Pakistan. The program offers yearly cash bonuses to teachers in a sample of public primary schools with the lowest mean student exam scores in the province. Bonuses are linked to three school-level indicators: the gain in student exam scores, the gain in school enrollment, and the level of student exam participation. Bonus receipt and size are also randomly assigned across schools according to whether or not the teacher is the school’s head. On average, the program increases school enrollment by 4.1 percent and student exam participation rates by 3.4 percentage points, both in the third year. The analysis does not find that the program increases student exam scores in any year. Mean impacts are similar across program variants. The positive mean impact on school enrollment is mainly seen in urban schools and the positive mean impact on student exam participation rates is only seen in rural schools.

‣ Anal sphincter function and integrity after primary repair of third-degree tear: Uncontrolled prospective analysis

Rieger, N.; Perera, S.; Stephens, J.; Coates, D.; Po, D.
Fonte: Blackwell Science Asia Publicador: Blackwell Science Asia
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Background: The purpose of the present paper was to determine the anatomical integrity and functional effect of a tear to the anal sphincter in women after vaginal delivery. Methods: A prospective review of third- and fourth-degree vaginal tears over a 3 year period at Lyell McEwin and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals, Adelaide. Obstetric details were obtained from the records. All were counselled by a continence advisor and offered consultation with a colorectal surgeon. The integrity of the anal sphincter was assessed by endoanal ultrasound. Results: During the study period there were 6875 vaginal deliveries. There were 89 women (1.3%) who had a third- or fourth-degree tear. Fifty-one (57%) agreed to participate. Primiparity (67%), episiotomy (49%), forceps delivery (29%) and instrumental delivery were common in women sustaining a tear. Symptoms of anal incontinence (mild) or faecal urgency were described in 23 women (45%). Except for three women with an anovaginal fistula none required surgery for the management of faecal incontinence. A sphincter defect was seen in 27 women (53%) on endoanal ultrasound. The presence or absence of a sphincter defect was not significantly associated with symptoms but a trend was suggested (χ2 = 3.21; P = 0.07). Conclusions: Third-degree tear after vaginal delivery was a significant intrapartum event...

‣ RDA Third Year 1976 (A-M)

Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Imagem
Publicado em //1976 Português
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Back - Anthony Adams, Timothy Ashman, John Bartholomaeus, Malcolm Bartholomaeus, Jim Bartlett, Michael Carmody, Robert Cawood; centre - Chris Dearman, Hugh Ellis, Scott Filmer, Cameron Fisk, John Furst, Mary-Anne Gale, Garnett Halliday; front - Mark Hudson, James Jackson, Allen Jenkins, Sydney Kyloh, Darryl Lang, David Martin; absent - Anthony Dodson.; Black and white photo; mounted on paper with names.

‣ RDA Third Year 1976 (M-Y)

Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Imagem
Publicado em //1976 Português
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Back - Donald McCarthy, Richard McKenna, Peter McMahon, Janet Munro, Barry Mudge, Richard Nolan, Mark O'Callaghan; centre - Gregory Pitcher, Graeme Pope, Ruth Robinson, Christel Schrank, Gail Sinkinson, Paul Smith, Jane Stapledon, Jeffrey Stringer; front - Chris Tuckwell, Timothy Walmsley, Simon Wheaton, Murray Whitehead, Peter Wiencke, Andrew Wilson, Charlton Yeatman; absent - Philip Toy,Christine Twigger, Mark Weckert, Mark Williams, David Nelson.; Black and white photo; mounted on paper with names

‣ FDA Regulation and the New Anti-aging Products

Hensel, Donald P.
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
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In the decades since the enactment of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the "Act")' in 1938, one of the more persistent challenges facing the Food and Drug Administration (the "FDA") has been to apply an old statute to the regulatory problems generated by new technologies. The development of new anti-aging skin preparations is a recent example of this phenomenon. Although potions purporting to make the skin younger have existed for centuries, today's youth-seekers are spending billions on new products that just might work. In particular, the development of alpha hydroxy acids ("AHAs") has been promising. Derived from fruit, sugar cane, and milk, AHAs cause the surface layer of dead skin cells to shed, hastening the appearance of fresh cells. The laboratory results are inconclusive thus far, but preliminary research shows that some products may deliver active ingredients to the skin's inner layer, stimulating the production of moisturizing acids and cells such as collagen that help to keep the skin firm.

‣ IN CIPRO WE TRUST: BUT HOW DO WE FEEL ABOUT OUR DRUG PATENT LAWS? (2002 Third Year Paper)

Bassan, Daniela
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
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In many ways, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, crystallized national debate over drug patents both in Canada and the United States. This became clear when, at the height of the anthrax attacks in October, NBC's Tom Brokaw paid the following homage to the top anti-anthrax drug: In Cipro we trust. On the one hand, the public was eternally grateful for the research and development that led to the patented, life-saving CIPRO. On the other, the Canadian and United States governments insisted on obtaining national stockpiles of the drug at much-reduced prices. In fact, these conflicting attitudes toward CIPRO revealed a greater reality. Competing policy objectives—providing incentives for pharmaceutical innovation while ensuring timely access to affordable medicines—are the raison d'etre of many drug patent regimes, including those in Canada and the United States. Legislators and regulators alike keep searching for the best balance between these conflicting goals. This paper explores these issues through a comparative study of Canadian and United States drug patent regimes. Part II is an overview of the legislative and regulatory framework currently in place in both jurisdictions. In at least one significant respect...

‣ Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Paper 2: A survey of basic life support training for medical students.

Graham, C A; Guest, K A; Scollon, D
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This paper presents the results of a survey of Basic Life Support (BLS) training, based on experience gained by undergraduate medical students who had just completed their first clinical year (third year) at the University of Glasgow. Data were collected on the amount and quality of BLS training received, along with students' own perceptions of their confidence in providing BLS in a cardiac arrest resuscitation attempt. The results made interesting, but not surprising, reading with only 15% of students appearing to have been adequately taught BLS at any point during their third year. Students want more training and 98% see resuscitation as an important topic in the curriculum. Self-perceived confidence in performing BLS in an acute resuscitation situation is low. With no evidence to suggest that the situation is any different elsewhere in the UK, it is recommended that undergraduate resuscitation training is improved to reflect the importance that medical students attach to it.

‣ First Amendment Scrutiny of FDA'S Fight Against Misbranding: Placing Labeling on the Spectrum of Speech

Weissman, Kenneth I.
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
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In order to further the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) mission of "assur[ing] that the products it regulates are safe and truthfully labeled," the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) gives FDA the power to enforce prohibitions on labeling that causes a food, drug, cosmetic, or medical device to be misbranded. The FD&C Act defines labeling as "all labels and other written, printed, or graphic matter (1) upon any article or any of its containers or wrappers, or (2) accompanying such article." Because of the expansive nature of this definition, independently written pamphlets, newspapers, and books that accompany products covered by the FD&C Act constitute labeling in certain circumstances. This exacerbates the tension between the First Amendment's free speech guarantee and FDA's mandate, and raises the question of how courts should scrutinize FDA's ability to seize or enjoin the sale of misleading labeling. The importance of both the Free Speech Clause and the protection of consumers makes this a difficult issue to resolve, and as of yet, "no case has squarely confronted the issue."

‣ Three-Year Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) Observations: Temperature Analysis

Hinshaw, G.; Nolta, M. R.; Bennett, C. L.; Bean, R.; Doré, O.; Greason, M. R.; Halpern, M.; Hill, R. S.; Jarosik, N.; Kogut, A.; Komatsu, E.; Limon, M.; Odegard, N.; Meyer, S. S.; Page, L.; Peiris, H. V.; Spergel, D. N.; Tucker, G. S.; Verde, L.; Weiland
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
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We present new full-sky temperature maps in five frequency bands from 23 to 94 GHz, based on the first three years of the WMAP sky survey. The new maps, which are consistent with the first-year maps and more sensitive, incorporate improvements in data processing made possible by the additional years of data and by a more complete analysis of the polarization signal. These include refinements in the gain calibration and beam response models. We employ two forms of multi-frequency analysis to separate astrophysical foreground signals from the CMB, each of which improves on our first-year analyses. First, we form an improved 'Internal Linear Combination' map, based solely on WMAP data, by adding a bias correction step and by quantifying residual uncertainties in the resulting map. Second, we fit and subtract new spatial templates that trace Galactic emission; in particular, we now use low-frequency WMAP data to trace synchrotron emission. The WMAP point source catalog is updated to include 115 new sources. We derive the angular power spectrum of the temperature anisotropy using a hybrid approach that combines a maximum likelihood estimate at low l (large angular scales) with a quadratic cross-power estimate for l>30. Our best estimate of the CMB power spectrum is derived by averaging cross-power spectra from 153 statistically independent channel pairs. The combined spectrum is cosmic variance limited to l=400...

‣ Cataclysmic Variables from SDSS III. The Third Year

Szkody, Paula; Henden, Arne; Fraser, Oliver; Silvestri, Nicole; Bochanski, John; Wolfe, Michael A.; Agüeros, Marcel; Warner, Brian; Woudt, Patrick; Tramposch, Jonica; Homer, Lee; Schmidt, Gary; Knapp, Gillian R.; Anderson, Scott F.; Covey, Kevin; Harris,
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
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This paper continues the series that identifies new cataclysmic variables found in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. We present 36 cataclysmic variables and one possible symbiotic star from Sloan spectra obtained during 2002, of which 34 are new discoveries, 2 are known dwarf novae (BC UMa, KS UMa) and one is a known CV identified from the 2dF survey. The positions, colors and spectra of all 37 systems are presented, along with follow-up spectroscopic/photometric observations of 10 systems. As in the past 2 years of data, the new SDSS systems show a large variety of characteristics based on their inclination and magnetic fields, including 3 eclipsing systems, 4 with prominent He II emission, and 15 systems showing features of the underlying stars.; Comment: 12 pages, 13 figures (some bitmapped, will print okay), AJ, in press, Oct issue