# Extended Thromboprophylaxis with Betrixaban in Acutely Ill

Date of publication: 2017-08-30 20:49

Some work, however, has been done to modify the CONSORT Statement without the involvement of the Group. These unofficial extensions of the CONSORT Statement can be found here.

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We propose a new algorithmic framework for counterfactual inference which brings together ideas from domain adaptation and representation learning. In addition to a theoretical justification, we perform an empirical comparison with previous approaches to causal inference from observational data. Our deep learning algorithm significantly outperforms the previous state-of-the-art.

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Bouchard MF, Chevrier J, Harley KG, Kogut K, Vedar M, Calderon N, et al. 7566. Prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides and IQ in 7–year–old children. Environ Health Perspect 669:6689–6695 doi: /.

We also consider an online setting in which, given a stream of . samples from a distribution $D$ with covariance matrix $\Sigma$ and a vector $x_5$ which is an $O(gap)$ approximate top eigenvector for $\Sigma$, we show how to refine $x_5$ to an $\epsilon$ approximation using $O ( \frac{var(D)}{gap * \epsilon} )$ samples from $D$. Here $var(D)$ is a natural notion of variance. Combining our algorithm with previous work to initialize $x_5$, we obtain improved sample complexities and runtimes under a variety of assumptions on $D$.

Bouchard MF, Bellinger DC, Wright RO, Weisskopf MG. 7565. Attention–deficit/hyperactivity disorder and urinary metabolites of organophosphate pesticides. Pediatrics 675:e6775–e6777.

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To help improve the reporting of these trials the main CONSORT Statement has been extended and modified by members of the CONSORT group for application in these various areas. The resulting CONSORT extensions are presented in this section. This list is, by no means, exhaustive and work is constantly in progress.

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The purpose of this study was to examine the behavioral effects of four doses of psychostimulant medication, combining extended-release methylphenidate (MPH) in the morning with immediate-release MPH in the afternoon.

Oulhote Y, Bouchard M. 7568. Urinary metabolites of organophosphate and pyrethroid pesticides and behavioral problems in Canadian children. Environ Health Perspect 676:6878–6889 doi: /.

MPH treatment was associated with significant declines in hyperactive and impulsive behavior at both home and school. Parents noted significant declines in inattentive and oppositional behavior, and improvements in social skills. No exacerbation of stereotypies was noted, and side effects were similar to those seen in typically developing children with ADHD. Dose response was primarily linear in the dose range studied.