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Chlorhexidine is not an essential component in alcohol-based surgical hand preparation: a comparative study of two handrubs based on a modified EN 12791 test protocol

Surgical hand preparation is an essential part of modern surgery. Both alcohol-based and antiseptic detergent-based hand preparation are recommended practices, with a trend towards use of alcohol based handrubs. However, discussion has arisen whether chlorhexidine is a required ingredient in highly efficacious alcohol-based formulations, in view of providing sustained antimicrobial ...

The Contributions of Transient and Sustained Response Codes to Audiovisual Integration

Multisensory events in our natural environment unfold at multiple temporal scales over extended periods of time. This functional magnetic resonance imaging study investigated whether the brain uses transient (onset, offset) or sustained temporal codes to effectively integrate incoming visual and auditory signals within the cortical hierarchy. Subjects were presented with 1) ...

Superadditive Responses in Superior Temporal Sulcus Predict Audiovisual Benefits in Object Categorization

Joost Maier for their very helpful advice. Conflict of Interest : None declared. Address correspondence to Sebastian Werner, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Spemannstrasse 41, 72076 T

Effects of Parietal TMS on Visual and Auditory Processing at the Primary Cortical Level – A Concurrent TMS-fMRI Study

Accumulating evidence suggests that multisensory interactions emerge already at the primary cortical level. Specifically, auditory inputs were shown to suppress activations in visual cortices when presented alone but amplify the blood oxygen level–dependent (BOLD) responses to concurrent visual inputs (and vice versa). This concurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation–functional ...

Gas-Phase Hydroformylation of Propene over Silica-Supported PPh3-Modified Rhodium Catalysts

Heterogeneous rhodium catalysts supported on SiO2 were modified with PPh3 for the gas-phase hydroformylation of propene to produce n- and isobutanal. High selectivity to aldehydes was achieved, with no propane or alcohols formed. Investigation of the effects of reaction temperature, reactant partial pressures, total pressure, and PPh3/Rh ratio suggested that the supported catalyst ...