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Killexams : Sybase study help - BingNews Search results Killexams : Sybase study help - BingNews Killexams : Schwab Needs to Catch Up In Mobile Apps No result found, try new keyword!A study by Sybase also found that 25% of bank customers ... This presents a clear opportunity for Schwab to help members of its financial advisors network to use mobile technology to more ... Mon, 01 Aug 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en-us text/html Killexams : Data management and analysis for gene expression arrays
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    Killexams : An 8-year Retrospective Review of Patch Testing with Rubber Allergens: The Mayo Clinic Experience

    Methods and Materials

    Patient Population

    This study was approved by the Mayo Clinic Institutional Review Board. Patients with suspected allergic contact dermatitis from rubber underwent patch testing with both a specialized rubber allergen series and the standard allergen series at Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN; Jacksonville, FL; or Scottsdale, AZ) from January 1, 2000, through December 31, 2007. Patients were identified with the Mayo Clinic patch-testing database (Sybase Inc, Dublin, CA), which combined data from all Mayo Clinic sites. Those who withheld research authorization were excluded from this study. Typically, patients were not patch-tested if they applied topical corticosteroids to patch-test sites, took immunosuppressive medications, or had preexisting medical conditions that could compromise the memorizing of results.

    Patch Testing

    Patch testing was conducted in a standardized fashion according to the North American Contact Dermatitis Group[1] and Mayo Clinic protocols, as reported previously.[1–3] Generally, patch testing with the rubber allergen series (27 allergens) was performed concurrently with patch testing with the standard series, which includes six rubber allergens. Table 1 lists the rubber allergens used in the study; note that mercaptobenzothiazole is used in both the rubber series and the standard series but in different concentrations. The number of patients tested with each allergen was not constant in our study because of variations in the allergens in both the standard and rubber series during the study period. Furthermore, physician discretion in ordering patch tests also affected the number of patients tested.

    Test allergens were obtained from Chemotechnique Diagnostics AB (Vellinge, Sweden). Testing was performed with Finn Chambers (Epitest Ltd Oy, Tuusula, Finland) on Scanpor tape (Norgesplaster Aksjeselskap, Vennesla, Norway). Patches were typically applied to clean dry skin on the upper back and were removed after 48 hours. Reactions were evaluated 48 to 72 hours and 96 to 168 hours after application. Patches were applied by nurses trained and experienced in patch testing. Final patch-test reading, interpretation, and determination of the relevancy of the results were performed by the ordering physician. As previously described,[3] all Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology physicians, including residents, take part in the ordering of patch testing and final interpretation of results. Tests are performed under the supervision of the Mayo Clinic Contact Dermatitis Group.

    Interpretation of Patch-test Results

    Patch-test results were determined as reported in previous articles.[4–6] Reactions were rated as negative, macular erythema, weak, strong, or extreme. A weak reaction consisted of nonvesicular erythema, infiltration, or occasionally papules. A strong reaction was indicated by edematous or vesicular lesions. An extreme reaction was indicated by bullous or spreading reactions.

    Results were assessed for relevancy as determined by the likelihood of exposure to the chemical in the work or home environment. Relevancy was characterized by the following scale: I (irritant, not necessarily allergic); N (allergic, not relevant); Q (allergic, questionable relevance); P (allergic, formerly relevant); R (allergic, currently relevant); and U (unknown relevance). Reactions present at the initial memorizing but diminished or absent at the second memorizing were generally characterized as irritant reactions. For the purposes of this study, a patch-test reaction was considered positive if it was a weak, strong, or extreme reaction at the last reading. A macular erythema reaction was also considered positive if the result was relevant.

    Statistical Analysis

    All statistical analyses were performed with Statistical Analysis System (version 8.2) software (SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC).

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    Killexams : Software Can Help Manage Clinical Trials

    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Magazine | MDDI Article Index

    An MD&DI April 1997 Column HELP DESK

    Data management may well be the most challenging aspect of planning and sponsoring clinical trials of medical devices. Fortunately, there is a wealth of software available for seemingly every data-management need. By the same token, explains Nancy Stark, president of the Clinical Design Group in Chicago, choosing from among the software options can be correspondingly complicated.

    What software applications are available for monitoring and reporting clinical trials?

    This is a very broad question with a variety of potential answers, depending on the specific needs of the individual. To supply the broadest possible answer, I've listed below all the relevant software programs I'm aware of, grouping them into common application categories and listing vendors for each. Many of these products offer features useful in more than one category; therefore, some programs are listed more than once.

    Project management: Software for planning timelines, creating Gantt charts, and estimating human resource requirements for clinical trials and related projects.

    • Microsoft Project (Microsoft; Redmond, WA)

    Budget preparation: Software to estimate the cost of conducting a clinical trial.

    • Crocas PBT (DataEdge LLC; Fort Washington, PA)

    Case reports: Software to help design case report forms.

    • ClinWare Trial Builder (IBM; Hampshire, UK)

    Study management for sponsors: Software to track the progress of a clinical trial, including, for instance, patient enrollment to date, the progress of each patient throughout the study, and adverse event analyses.

    • Remote Study Monitoring (MiniDoc, Inc.; Walnut Creek, CA)
    • Study Management System (Clinidata, Inc.; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
    • CRSWIN (Clinical Research Systems, Inc.; Minneapolis)

    Study management for investigators: Software to track such progress points as the names of potential subjects screened, reasons for rejection, payments received, and reports written.

    • Insite (Integra Systems Design, Inc.; Mobile, AL)
    • Grant Manager (Nikes Software; Berkeley, CA)
    • Study Manager (Advanced Clinical Software; Mercer Island, WA)

    Electronic data capture: Software to transmit data electronically from the investigational site to the sponsor's offices.

    • DataFax 3 (Clinical DataFax Systems, Inc.; Dundas, Ontario, Canada)
    • ClinWare Trial Builder (IBM; Hampshire, UK)
    • Remote Study Monitoring (MiniDoc, Inc.; Walnut Creek, CA)

    Data entry (with data trails): Front-end applications for entering data into a database.

    • AlmediFax/DataEntry (Almedica; San Francisco)
    • CRSWIN (Clinical Research Systems, Inc.; Minneapolis)
    • ClinWare Trial Builder (IBM; Hampshire, UK)
    • SAS/FSP (SAS Institute; Cary, NC)

    Database engines or servers: Applications to store and manage data; many database engines are bundled with data entry tools, query tools, and reporting tools.

    • Oracle (Oracle Corp.; Redwood City, CA)
    • Online Workstation (Informix Software, Inc.; Menlo Park, CA)
    • ASK/Ingres (ASK/Ingres; Alameda, CA)
    • System 11 (Sybase, Inc.; Emeryville, CA)
    • SQL Server (Microsoft; Redmond, WA)
    • Access (Microsoft; Redmond, WA)
    • FoxPro (Microsoft; Redmond, WA)
    • Visual dBase (Borland International, Inc.; Scotts Valley, CA)

    Query systems/data retrieval/data views: Independently sold applications designed to let users select specific subsets of data for analysis. These applications work with most of the commonly used database engines.

    • InfoQuery (Platinum Technology; Oak Brook Terrace, IL)
    • Cross Graphs (Belmont Research, Inc.; Cambridge, MA)
    • CRSWIN (Clinical Research Systems, Inc.; Minneapolis)
    • PH-Clinical (SAS Institute; Cary, NC)

    Statistical analysis: Software packages that can perform a variety of statistical analyses on data collected in a clinical trial.

    • SAS/STAT (SAS Institute; Cary, NC)
    • SPSS (Statistical Products & Service Solutions; Chicago)
    • Systat (Statistical Products & Service Solutions; Chicago)
    • Statmate (Graphpad; La Jolla, CA)
    • Instat (Graphpad; La Jolla, CA)
    • Minitab (Minitab, Inc.; State College, PA)

    Reporting: Independently sold applications that generate off-the-shelf reports of data. These applications work with most of the commonly used database engines.

    • InfoReports (Platinum Technology; Oak Brook Terrace, IL)
    • CRSWIN (Clinical Research Systems, Inc.; Minneapolis)
    • ClinWare Trial Reporter (IBM; Hampshire, UK)
    • PH-Clinical (SAS Institute; Cary, NC)
    • Crystal Reports (Seagate; Vancouver, BC, Canada)

    Document management: Software designed to collate reports generated in many different applications (such as reporting tools, word processors, spreadsheets, and scanned documents), then paginate, apply common headers and footers, and insert tables of contents. These applications are designed for creating submissions, but can also be used to manage any family of documents, such as a library of case report forms.

    • Intellecte (Interleaf; Waltham, MA)
    • Xerox Document Assembler and Documentum (Xerox Corp.; Horshum, PA)
    • OpenDATA Manager (Digital Equipment Corp.; Maynard, MA)
    • Information Request Management System (Online Business Applications, Inc.; Burr Ridge, IL)
    • Navigator (Premier Research Worldwide; Philadelphia)

    Patient Databases: A compilation of complete medical histories of patients; useful for establishing subject selection criteria, determining common concomitant diseases, typical complications, and typical treatment plans.

    • EPIC Encyclopedia of Clinical Practice (The GP Database Research Co.; London, UK)
    • HCUP-3 Nationwide Inpatient trial (National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA)

    Given the large number and diversity of software programs relevant to clinical trials, readers will be well advised to determine their exact needs before they begin investigating the software options. Otherwise, they will run the risk of quickly becoming entangled in this range of choices and lose sight of the problem they were originally trying to solve.

    "Help Desk" solicits questions about the design, manufacture, regulation, and sale of medical products and refers them to appropriate experts in the field. A list of syllabus previously covered can be found in our Help Desk Archives. Send questions to Help Desk, MD&DI, 11444 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 900, Los Angeles, CA 90064, fax 310/445-4299, e-mail [email protected]. You can also use our on-line query form.

    Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this column, neither the experts nor the editors can guarantee the accuracy of the solutions offered. They also cannot ensure that the proposed answers will work in every situation.

    Readers are also encouraged to send comments on the published questions and answers.

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    Killexams : Sybase 365 touts one-stop shop for mobile banking services

    Already a benchmark in SMS and mobile Internet solutions for the banking industry, Sybase 365 now offers a downloadable near-field communications-compatible client.

    Leveraging its existing Sybase mBanking 365 platform with the help of C-SAM's mobile transaction platform, Sybase's new solution enables retail and commercial banks worldwide to offer mobile banking services through SMS, WAP and a downloadable Java client.

    "With mobile banking continuing to gain popularity around the globe, providing convenience and flexibility to financial institutions and their customers is crucial," said Matthew Talbot, vice president of mcommerce at Sybase 365, a Dublin, CA-based subsidiary of Sybase Inc.

    "Consumers have become increasingly sophisticated and are demanding easier access to a broad array of financial services through new channels such as mobile," he said. "Sybase 365 can offer financial institutions a one-stop shop for mobile banking services."

    Per its partnership with C-SAM, Sybase 365 can now provide a single integrated solution, whether a bank is looking for SMS messaging capabilities, a mobile Internet browser service or a high-end client solution ready for NFC transactions.

    C-SAM enables secure mobile phone-based transactions, including mobile banking, bill payments, money transfers, person-to-person payments, ticketing, coupons, loyalty, stored value, advertising, NFC-based proximity transactions and other value added services for banks, operators and merchants.

    "The mobile industry has been talking about mobile banking services and mobile payments for more than 10 years now," Mr. Talbot said. "In 2008 we will see financial institutions finally start to fully exploit the potential of mcommerce."

    Sybase mBanking 365 powers real-time interaction between financial institutions and customers with mobile alerts, two-way banking and payments services via SMS, WAP and client-based protocols and security enhancement applications such as two-factor authentication. It supports natural language technology using the Answers 365 service, enabling customers to interact and access services intuitively via SMS, without the need to memorize set keywords.

    Sybase clients include Citibank and MasterCard.

    The new Sybase offering also powers mobile marketing campaigns.

    "Sybase mBanking 365 allows banks to undertake mobile marketing to their customer base," Mr. Talbot said. "Additionally, mobile banking is another example of consumers adopting mobile tools and using their mobile devices for more than just talking on the phone."

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    Killexams : Sybase 365 enhances mobile CRM services for enterprises

    Sybase 365 has expanded its portfolio of mobile customer relationship management tools and services that enable enterprises to engage customers throughout the entire customer lifecycle using the mobile channel.

    In a latest global study commissioned by Sybase 365, when asked to identify the services they would most value, 40 percent of respondents said receiving offers and coupons delivered by mobile. This was the second most desired choice, after emergency alerts—55 percent—with buying cinema/theatre tickets via mobile in third place—39 percent.

    “This focuses on couponing and loyalty, an end-to-end service from program creation and implementation in existing CRM solutions to solving the last-mile problem of redemption and payments,” said Scott Miller, director of product management at Sybase 365, Dublin, CA. “We do lot of work in business-to-business CRM systems for enterprises asking ‘How do I mobilize?’

    “The second area that is considerably less built out is business-to-consumer mobile CRM, mobile marketing, mobile advertising, really the whole customer lifecycle,” he said. “There’s been local marketing, which is a fairly well worn path, but we’re emphasizing the loyalty and redemption side of this throughout the entire customer lifecycle.

    “We’re generating awareness using classic mobile marketing tactics—customer acquisition driving transactions, post-purchase customer care, customer intimacy retention and repeat purchase”

    Sybase 365 is a subsidiary of mobile messaging and mobile commerce service provider Sybase Inc.

    The company provides SMS, MMS and GRX interoperability, mobile commerce services, innovative text messaging, mobile marketing and content delivery services for wireless carriers, financial institutions and enterprises. 

    Sybase 365 processes more than 1.3 billion messages per day, reaching 850 carriers and 4 billion subscribers worldwide.

    Mobile CRM
    By expanding its mobile marketing and mobile messaging services, Sybase 365 is helping enterprises to drive mobile coupons, mobile loyalty programs, enable mobile payments and undertake customer research via the mobile device  across a single platform, increasing insight into consumer preferences and improving customer acquisition, retention and loyalty.

    The mobile payments component of the service supports a wide variety of mobile and point-of-sale payment systems, providing brands and retailers with payments, redemption and transaction options, to maximize their marketing campaigns. 

    In addition to Sybase 365’s mobile marketing, mobile advertising and mobile messaging capabilities, Sybase 365 has integrated specific capabilities to complement cross-campaign marketing initiatives and customer relationship programs.

    Mobile Coupon/Voucher Module: Enterprises are able to reach any customer on any mobile operator network through SMS-based mobile coupons.

    The service requires no additional hardware and integrates with all payment systems.

    Mobile Loyalty Module: Enterprises can now leverage a more advance tracking capability which analyzes and reports the usage and redemption of mobile coupons and marketing programs.

    Customers can easily manage point allocation, tapping into loyalty points systems from existing programs for easy integration across all marketing channels.

    Mobile Research Module: Customers will be able to execute surveys and other interactive customer campaigns to build valuable customer profiles, which can be used to determine lifestyle preference and drive targeted product recommendations.

    Mobile Payments Module: Customers can immediately act on offers they receive by purchasing goods or services, redeeming offers or processing loyalty offers, all at the point of sale, as well as on their mobile device.

    Sybase’s platform is currently messaging and mobile Web based, but the company is adding iPhone, Android and Java applications in the near future.

    “We’re putting a set of tools together for tracking and measuring customers as they move throughout the life cycle,” Mr. Miller said. “If you build out a more comprehensive redemption and mobile payments network, all of the marketing and loyalty and couponing programs on the front end translate into more mobile transactions.

    “Campaigns are more effective if brands and agencies are able to track transactions and the true effectiveness of mobile marketing campaigns,” he said. “The whole area of mobile CRM makes campaigns dramatically more valuable.”

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    Killexams : Even simple exercise may help aging brain, study hints

    New research hints that even a simple exercise routine just might help older Americans with mild memory problems.

    Doctors have long advised physical activity to help keep a healthy brain fit. But the government-funded study marks the longest test of whether exercise makes any difference once memory starts to slide — research performed amid a pandemic that added isolation to the list of risks to participants' brain health.

    Researchers recruited about 300 sedentary older adults with hard-to-spot memory changes called mild cognitive impairment or MCI -- a condition that’s sometimes, but not always, a precursor to Alzheimer’s. Half were assigned aerobic exercises and the rest stretching-and-balance moves that only modestly raised their heart rate.

    Another key component: Participants in both groups were showered with attention by trainers who worked with them at YMCAs around the country -- and when COVID-19 shut down gyms, helped them keep moving at home via video calls.

    After a year, cognitive testing showed overall neither group had worsened, said lead researcher Laura Baker, a neuroscientist at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Nor did brain scans show the shrinkage that accompanies worsening memory problems, she said.

    By comparison, similar MCI patients in another long-term study of brain health -- but without exercise -- experienced significant cognitive decline over a year.

    Those early findings are surprising, and the National Institute on Aging cautioned that tracking non-exercisers in the same study would have offered better proof.

    But the results suggest “this is doable for everybody” -- not just seniors healthy enough to work up a hard sweat, said Baker, who presented the data Tuesday at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference. ”Exercise needs to be part of the prevention strategies" for at-risk seniors.

    Previous research has found regular physical activity of any sort may reduce damaging inflammation and increase blood flow to the brain, said Alzheimer’s Association chief scientific officer Maria Carrillo.

    But the new study is especially intriguing because the pandemic hit halfway through, leaving already vulnerable seniors socially isolated -- something long known to increase people’s risk of memory problems, Carrillo said.

    It’s a frustrating time for dementia research. Doctors are hesitant to prescribe a high-priced new drug called Aduhelm that was supposed to be the first to slow progression of Alzheimer’s -- but it’s not yet clear if it really helps patients. Researchers last month reported another drug that works similarly -- by targeting amyloid plaques that are an Alzheimer’s hallmark -- failed in a key study.

    While amyloid clearly plays a role, it's important that drugmakers increasingly are targeting many other factors that can lead to dementia, Carrillo said, because effective treatment or prevention likely will require a combination of customized strategies.

    One example of a new approach: Sometimes in dementia, the brain has trouble processing blood sugar and fats for the energy it needs, John Didsbury of T3D Therapeutics told the Alzheimer's meeting. His company is testing a pill that aims to rev up that metabolism, with results expected next year.

    Meanwhile, there’s growing urgency to settle whether steps people could take today -- like exercise -- might offer at least some protection.

    How much and what kind of exercise? In Baker’s study, seniors were supposed to get moving for 30 to 45 minutes four times a week, whether it was on a vigorous turn on the treadmill or the stretching exercises. That’s a big ask of anyone who’s sedentary, but Baker said MCI’s effects on the brain make it even harder for people to plan and stick with the new activity.

    Hence the social stimulation — which she credited with each participant completing over 100 hours of exercise. Baker suspects that sheer volume might explain why even the simple stretching added up to an apparent benefit. Participants were supposed to exercise without formal support for an additional six months, data Baker hasn't yet analyzed.

    “We wouldn’t have done the exercise on our own,” said retired agriculture researcher Doug Maxwell of Verona, Wisconsin, who joined the study with his wife.

    The duo, both 81, were both assigned to the stretching classes. They felt so good afterward that when the study ended, they bought electric bikes in hopes of even more activity -- efforts Maxwell acknowledged are hard to keep up.

    Next up: Baker is leading an even larger study of older adults to see if adding exercise to other can’t-hurt steps such as a heart-healthy diet, brain games and social stimulation together may reduce the risk of dementia.


    The Associated Press Health and Science Department receives support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education. The AP is solely responsible for all content.

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    Killexams : Sybase 365, 2sms launch SMS service for small business

    Sybase 365, a Sybase Inc. subsidiary that offers mobile messaging services, announced a global partnership with 2sms to extend SMS services to small and midsized companies on an instant provisioning basis.

    A new full-service Web site offers a suite of messaging products and services and combines the functionality of 2sms with the Sybase 365 messaging platform, enabling enterprise customers to register and use SMS to communicate with employees, suppliers and customers.

    Enterprises continue to embrace SMS as an efficient and cost-effective medium through which to communicate.

    2sms has 1,500 business customers from 35 countries, and is the only SMS provider to be certified ISO27001 for Information Security. is a business communications solution provider.

    Sybase 365 is a key player in SMS, MMS and GRX mobile messaging interoperability, the delivery and settlement of SMS and MMS content, mobile commerce and enterprise-class messaging services.

    Processing more than 200 billion messages per year, Sybase 365 reaches 700-plus wireless carriers and 3 billion subscribers around the world.

    The new service will enable businesses with increasingly mobile workforces to instantly deploy SMS services.

    The applications for SMS are limitless, per Sybase 365.

    Current customers of the service include divisions of Unilever, EDS and Alstom Transport. All are using SMS to communicate effectively and efficiently while reducing manhours and costly phone bills.

    SMS is extended into the corporate IT infrastructure, using open standards (XML) for ease of customer integration.

    The service is available immediately at Customers are able to log onto the site and connect their own IT systems to the SMS network via an ISO27001 certified platform.

    2sms software plug-ins include Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Excel, and Java, allowing businesses to obtain applications that enable desktop messaging.

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    Killexams : Grid Computing Market Outlook 2021-2028- Sales Revenue, Industry Growth Global Research by The Insight Partners

    The “Global Grid Computing Market Analysis to 2028″ is a specialized and in-depth study of the Grid Computing industry with a focus on the global Grid Computing market trend. The report aims to provide an overview of the global Grid Computing market with detailed market segmentation by offering, end-user, and geography. The global Grid Computing market is expected to witness high growth during the forecast period. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the leading market players and offers key trends and opportunities in the market.

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    Competitive Landscape: Grid Computing Market: Apple Inc., DataSynapse Inc., Dell Inc, Hewlett Packard, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Oracle Corporation, SAS Institute Inc., Sun Microsystems, and Sybase.

    Computational grids over the years have emerged as the next stage in distributed computing. The technology aims to offer a relatively higher degree of resource sharing in order to change the way data is accessed and also transform the methods of data production, consumption, and storage. Several large corporations across the globe are at present using grid computing to enhance their operations.

    This is major because grid computing aims to provide all computing resources available all the time. The trend is further expected to encourage several SMBs, which in response is expected to significantly contribute to the overall grid computing market. In addition, the commercial application is anticipated to Improve efficiencies, and plummet business cost, this would further promote business growth and economic expansion. The aforementioned trends are projected to drive the global grid computing market during the forecast period.

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    The report provides a detailed overview of the industry including both qualitative and quantitative information. It also provides market size and forecast till 2028 for overall Grid Computing market with respect to five major regions, namely; North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America (SAM). The market by each region is later sub-segmented by respective countries and segments. The report covers the analysis and forecast of 16 countries globally along with current trend and opportunities prevailing in the region.

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    Part 07: Customer Landscape
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