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  • Contributions to the field of inclusive paediatric mobility (IPM) design between 1970 and 2020 are recorded chronologically across five categories of Theoretical (T), Methodological (M), Empirical (E), Interventional contributions which made it to market or were commercialised (I.1), and Interventional contributions which remained as concepts or prototypes (I.2). In total, 56 results were deemed eligible for inclusion from electronic database searches. These findings were shared with eight IPM experts (four paediatric therapists and four paediatric mobility designers, each with a minimum of 15 years of experience in their field) for review and input, leading to a further five contributions being included, bringing the total number of contributions deemed eligible for inclusion to 61. Out of the total, 59% (N=36) were classified as interventional, 23% (N=14) were classified as theoretical, 11% (N=7) were classified as empirical, and 7% (N=4) were classified as methodological. Top reasons for excluding contributions included: focus on passive mobility only, focus on adult mobility only, interventional designs with no evidence of intention to commercialise or implement, contributions lacking novelty or classed as ‘copycat’, and contributions which display only incremental updates or improvements to existing contributions. The majority of the recorded contributions came from North America, the United Kingdom, and Scandinavia. Of the 36 recorded interventional design contributions, 26 reached commercialisation (I.1) and 10 remained at concept or prototype stage (I.2). Of the 26 that reached commercialisation, at least six were discontinued in less than 15 years. Seven out of the 10 interventional contributions which remained as concepts, were created by design or engineering university students with limited industry experience. Although many of the interventional contributions involved stakeholders from other disciplines throughout the design process, 30 out of 36 were led by stakeholders from Design or Engineering, with the exception of four led by Occupational Therapists, one led by a Kinesiologist, and one founded by a philanthropist. None of the 36 interventional contributions could be classified under ‘user aware approach’ (see section 2.1), whilst seven were approached with a ‘modular/customisable approach’ and the remaining 29 were designed with a ‘specialist assistive approach’. Seemingly user-aware IPM interventions such as go-karts and tricycles (which are serendipitously usable by some children with mobility disabilities) were excluded from the review due to being developed without consideration for mobility-impaired children in mind. Of the 36 interventional contributions, 21 were designs of power chairs, seven were walking aids or exoskeletons, and eight were other products e.g. self-powered mobility devices and pieces of technology.
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  • The analysis results have shown that the magnetite crystals have a spinel structure (JCPDS Card 19-0629).
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  • Data set of sky images, obtained every 15-minute interval on January 2015 in São Martinho da Serra, RS Brazil on BSRN station.
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  • Pesteh-Set, A Pistachio Dataset containing 6 videos and 423 labeled images. For more details refer to https://github.com/mr7495/Pesteh-Set Codes description is available at https://github.com/mr7495/Pistachio-Counting. If you find this dataset useful, cite it by: @misc{rahimzadeh2020introduction, title={Introduction of a new Dataset and Method for Detecting and Counting the Pistachios based on Deep Learning}, author={Mohammad Rahimzadeh and Abolfazl Attar}, year={2020}, eprint={2005.03990}, archivePrefix={arXiv}, primaryClass={cs.CV} }
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  • We are publishing a letter to the editor in ACTA DIABETOLOGICA. Since words count did not allow us to include all details, we decided to put detailed method and results in this repository and refer to it in the publication. In addition, for more transparency, we added SPSS file. For example: we added here the mobil application figure we used
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  • Three sand/silt lens samples from the same layer were extracted from a fluvial fill terrace of the Filyos River, downstream from the Filyos River Gorge and at the confluence of the Şimşir River, which incises Şeker Canyon. The ages were used to learn the timing of aggradation in relation to an overlying alluvial fan. Ages were also used to estimate an incision rate in response to uplift.
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  • An alluvial fan formed in the Filyos River Valley, resulting from landslide and fluvial activity in the Şimşir River. Debris flows were transported through Şeker Canyon and into the Filyos River Valley, creating an alluvial fan. The alluvial layers overly older fluvial fill terrace layers. Chemical preparations were performed at the İTÜ Kozmo-Lab in Istanbul, Turkey. The final AgCl targets were sent to the CNRS-ASTER, Aix en Provence, France for measurements using Accelerated Mass Spectrometry. Major and trace element concentrations of aliquots were measured at AcmeLabs, Canada.
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  • Supplementary materials of included studies
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  • Endoscopic thyroidectomy (ET) is preferable to avoid a large and visible surgical scar on the neck and to reduce postoperative complication, since most patients in Indonesia present with large-sized thyroid nodules. We aim to evaluate and analyze surgical feasibility, safety, oncologic outcomes, and patient satisfaction of ET via axillary-breast-shoulder (ABS) approach. We hereby provide additional information regarding materials, methods and data related to our recent study published in Surgical Oncology. Patients’ characteristics were obtained from the medical record, including age, tumor size, and preoperative histological findings. Six months of postoperative period were taken to follow-up the complications and scar satisfaction. The data contained in this article support the feasibility, safety, oncologic outcomes, and patient satisfaction of ET via ABS approach.
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  • This Dataset includes following supplementary information for the article "Absence of tongue papillae as a clinical criterion for the diagnosis of Generalized Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa types." Supplementary Table 1. Distribution of Absence of Tongue Papillae in Different EB subtypes. * Patients with normal tongue papillae might have well-defined ulcers, which are different from areas of depapillation. Supplementary Table 2. Inclusion and Exclusion criteria Supplementary Figure 1: Patient Flow Diagram.
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