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  1. Infant Assessment of Early Communication Risk Factors: The ISCBS (formerly ECBS)

    SBC: PAUL H BROOKES PUBLISHING CO., INC.            Topic: NIDCD

    DESCRIPTION provided by applicant Effective early intervention depends on reliable identification of risk for communication impairments as soon as possible Established infant risk factors for communication impairments include poor turn taking gestures receptive language commenting symbolic play and speech Although these risk factors can be detected by mos and reliably predict late ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  2. RADIOGRAPHIC CONTRAST TO DIFFERENTIATE CAVITATED FROM NON-CAVITATED DENTAL CARIES

    SBC: FIREFLY HEALTH INNOVATIONS NE, INC.            Topic: NIDCR

    DESCRIPTION provided by applicant This project aims to improve the accuracy of tests for early tooth decay dental caries specifically for interproximal surfaces where the posterior teeth abut one another In these regions there is no physical space to visually inspect or probe for caries Instead dentists rely on bitewing X rays BWs But dentists cannot tell whether lucencies observed ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  3. Micro-targeted Computerized Alcohol Misuse Intervention System for Health Care

    SBC: RESEARCH CIRCLE ASSOCIATES            Topic: NIAAA

    DESCRIPTION provided by applicant Alcohol misuse continues to pose a major burden for public health Screening and brief intervention for alcohol misuse in primary care settings has been recommended for decades and the evidence base supporting it in primary care is robust However many primary care providers do not intervene in alcohol misuse and those that do often fail to do so systematica ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
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