Brazil claims Four Nations title in home soil

first_imgRecommended for you Click to comment EGYPT 2021: The best ever placement for Argentina, Hungarian TOP result in 24 years! Argentina beat Japan to stay on the road to 1/4 final ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe national team coached by Spanish Jordi Ribera beat Argentina 25-24 on the last day of competition on Saturday and won the Four Nations that took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The tournament served as a preparation for all teams for the upcoming World Championship in Qatar.The home team beat Algeria and Egypt on the first two games and finally defeated Argentina on the last day of competition. The South American ‘clasico’ was, as usual, very intense, and unlike the last time they met (Pan American tournament in Uruguay), Brazil won the dispute. The conducted by Eduardo Gallardo took the lead on the first half and went to the locker room with a 12-14 lead on the scoreboard; but on the second half, the brazilians, boosted by its crowd, improved its game and took the advantage that would stretch until the end of the game.Felipe Borges (Montpellier), who captained the Brazilian national team, expressed on the website of the Brazilian Confederation: “We started the tournament in a bad way. We didn’t know much about Algeria and we had a hard time playing against them. Then we improved against Egypt, and against Argentina it was tough as usual, but we managed to make a difference. This tournament was very important for our preparation for Qatar”.Algerian Messaoud Berkouswas the top scorer of the tournament (20 goals) and Brazilian center-back Diogo Hubner was chosen best player of the tournament.Brazil will be in group A in the upcoming World Championship together with host nation Qatar and defending champion Spain; Algeria and Egypt will be in group C with European champion France, while Argentina will be in group D with World’s and Europe’s vice-champion Denmark.All results:30/10Argentina 21:24 EgyptBrazil 29:27 Algeria31/10Argentina 27:15 AlgeriaBrazil 23:20 Egypt1/11Algeria 28:29 EgyptBrazil 25:24 ArgentinaTEXT: LAURA AGENAPhoto credit: Facebook CBHb – Confederação Brasileira de Handebol “DON’T CRY FOR ME CROATIA”: Argentina take BIG European scalp Related Items:argentina, Argentina handball, brazil handball, panamerica handball Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

William Byron, Liberty University reveal Coca-Cola 600 paint scheme

first_imgLiberty University unveiled the patriotic paint scheme Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron will display in the Coca-Cola 600 (May 26, 6 p.m. ET, FOX), and it’s a scheme that honors one of its own.Byron’s No. 24 Chevrolet will take on a decidedly red, white and blue look for the most patriotic race of the year — and one which honors fallen service members with the NASCAR Salutes’ 600 Miles of Remembrance program. According to a news release from the school, Byron’s car will honor U.S. Air Force Captain Mark Weber on the windshield header. Weber, who died in a helicopter crash in 2018, also was a Liberty student.“It’s an honor to be able to have Captain Mark Weber’s name on our car in Charlotte,” Byron said. “It’s the least we can do to show our appreciation to him and his family for the sacrifice he made for our country. Racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway is already special to me as it is my hometown track and where I grew up racing. The 600 Miles of Remembrance makes it even more special with what it stands for.”The 21-year-old second-year Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver is coming off his fourth front-row start this season at Dover, a Monday race at which he finished eighth. In his first season with crew chief Chad Knaus, Byron is 19th in the standings. He won his first career Busch Pole Award, at the Daytona 500 no less, earlier this year.last_img read more

Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Feb 08, 2019

first_imgStudy: Inadequate drug-susceptibility tests linked to poor TB treatmentThe accuracy of tuberculosis (TB) drug-susceptibility testing in high-burden countries was inadequate, and inaccurate test results led to inadequate treatment that contributed to higher mortality in patients with drug-resistant forms of the disease, an international team of researchers reported yesterday in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.In a multicenter cohort study conducted in seven high-burden countries (Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Peru, and Thailand), researchers collected tuberculosis isolates from patients aged 16 years and older and compared the results of drug-susceptibility testing done locally with results from gold-standard phenotypic drug-susceptibility testing conducted in a Swiss reference laboratory. They then examined mortality in patients who had concordant and discordant test results.Drug-susceptibility tests of isolates from 634 patients at the reference lab found that 394 isolates (62%) were pan-susceptible, 45 (7%) were resistant to one drug, 163 (26%) were multidrug-resistant (MDR), and 30 (5%) were pre-extensively or extensively drug-resistant (pre-XDR or XDR). A comparison of the results from the local and reference laboratories showed that they were concordant for 513 (81%) of 634 patients and discordant for 121 (19%) of 634, resulting in an overall sensitivity of 90.8% (95% confidence interval [CI], 86.5 to 94.2) and specificity of 84.3% (95% CI, 80.3 to 87.7).Mortality ranged from 6% (20 of 336) in patients with pan-susceptible strains and concordant test results who were treated according to World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines to 57% (8 of 14) in patients with resistant strains who were under-treated. More than half the people with misdiagnosed drug-resistant tuberculosis who received inadequate therapy died. In logistic regression models, compared with concordant drug-susceptibility test results, the adjusted odds ratio of death was 7.33 (95% CI, 2.70 to 19.95) for patients with discordant results who were under-treated.The authors of the study say the results support the idea that rapid molecular drug-susceptibility testing at treatment initiation, preferably using whole-genome sequencing, is required to improve outcomes in patients with MDR and pre-XDR/XDR TB, though they acknowledge that much work is required to make that approach feasible and affordable in lower-income countries.They conclude, “In the meantime, the capacity for the phenotypic and molecular drug-susceptibility testing recommended by WHO should be increased to ensure the most adequate treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis in these settings.”Feb 7 Lancet Infect Dis study UK releases new guidance on antibiotic prescribing for acute coughThe UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) yesterday issued new clinical guidance aimed at reducing antibiotic prescribing for adults and children with acute cough.The guidance advises against offering antibiotics to treat patients with acute cough associated with either an upper respiratory tract infection or with acute bronchitis who are not systematically unwell. Clinicians are also advised to explain to patients why an antibiotic is not necessary, how long acute coughs lasts, how to manage symptoms with self-care (honey, herbal remedies, and over-the-counter cough medicine), and when to seek further medical help.For patients who appear systematically unwell at a face-to-face examination, the guidance recommends an antibiotic be offered immediately. For patients with a higher risk of complications, the guidance suggests clinicians consider offering an antibiotic.The guidance recommends doxycycline as the first-choice antibiotic for adult patients, and amoxicillin as the first-choice agent in children under the age of 18. Feb 7 UK NICE acute cough guidancelast_img read more

Philadelphia Flyers 40th Season logo

first_imgNJTank Posted August 25, 2006 Forums Home 1,247 1,870 posts yh Sign in to follow this   Followers 1 Philadelphia Flyers 40th Season logo 0 So I guess we can expect more logos from the rest of the 67 expansionites? Location:Downingtown, PA Share on other sites philly97flyer 10 posts Wearin’ the C 209 110 This is a bunch of stuff! Posted August 25, 2006 337 posts Members 0 0 Link to post Korkie Posted August 25, 2006 Posted August 25, 2006 Share this post Share on other sites 49 Link to post 53,174 posts 41 posts Why am i having dajaview ? Or in the case of your selected picture, DeJava Vu. Link to post yh 0 Location:Cincinnati Mac the Knife ucnu112 Sports Logos 0 Members Members Share this post 4,735 posts Link to post The banner’s technically inaccurate. It should read “Celebrating 39 years of Flyers Hockey… and 1 year of breaking the will of our players union.” Members All Activity ucnu112 The banner’s technically inaccurate. It should read “Celebrating 39 years of Flyers Hockey… and 1 year of breaking the will of our players union.” But in all seriousness, that’s probably why they didn’t say “Seasons” 53 1,129 zoraK Posted August 25, 2006 Posted August 26, 2006 110 0 0 Share this post Members Philadelphia Flyers 40th Season logo Forums Home Davey Share on other sites what the hell is ccslc? 0 0 0 96 Members 0 0 I doubt they’ll wear it on their jerseys maybe an under the ice logo. I’m sure that 50yrs will get a patch however. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Share this post 0 Share this post All Activity Link to post 217 posts Favourite Logos:New York MetsDetroit Red WingsBoston Celtics 209 fonz Posted August 25, 2006 Stampman 1,129 Posted August 25, 2006 Share this post Share on other sites Cyclopsis Joe fonz 22 10,482 posts Location:Terre Haute, IN Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Share this post Share this post Location:Next door 2,258 posts ucnu112 Link to post 49 Members CCSLC Resident Atheist Link to post 217 posts 1,247 Members Share on other sitescenter_img 0 53 88 Share this post 0 Go To Topic Listing Share on other sites Being a Mets fan is like being water boarded on a nightly basis Banned 1,129 13,075 0 209 0 CCSLC award winner Location:Belleville, NJ 7,253 posts 13,075 Share on other sites Share on other sites Link to post Sport philly97flyer Share this post Share this post 13,075 Would look good on an Orange jersey.Do the right thing. Ditch the black. Why am i having dajaview ?Or in the case of your selected picture, DeJava Vu. *punches YH in the face for making a horrible pun*Jesus, someone has to regulate that. 0 Link to post 0 Davey heh It works. Share on other sites Sign in to follow this   Share this post Stampman Grammar Posted August 26, 2006 96 Mac the Knife Members Posted August 25, 2006 Looks like a belt buckle to me. Hmm…it kinda does… Sports Logos Members Share this post 110 Why am i having dajaview ?Or in the case of your selected picture, DeJava Vu. OOOH that follows the pun rule of the worse it is–the better it is–and that one is really good… 26,439 posts By philly97flyer, August 25, 2006 in Sports Logo News 53 0 Link to post Down Under Husker Posted August 25, 2006 88 18,373 posts Lets smile a little more 96 22 49 SportsLogos.Net Down Under Husker 0 0 0 Members Why am i having dajaview ? Share on other sites Posted August 26, 2006 Looks like a belt buckle to me. Philadelphia Flyers 40th Season logo Link to post Location:Thornton, CO Members Share on other sites Location:Terre Haute, IN 1,857 posts 1,247 Sports Logo News Posted August 25, 2006 Link to post 0 The Greatest NJTank 22 Share this post Location:Bloody Eighth. Members zoraK Posted August 25, 2006 This topic is now closed to further replies. 0 4,202 posts Share on other sites 0 Cyclopsis Joe I like it. Share on other sites Posted August 25, 2006 Followers 1 ucnu112 88 Sport Grammar Members It can be seen on their website Very simple, I like it. Anyone know if it will be worn on the jerseys or at center ice? Sports Logo News Korkie SportsLogos.Net 0 0 0 Recommended Postslast_img read more