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Siu | Date: 2017-03-01

The present invention comprises an impurities or materials trapping apparatus for separating or trapping a selected or unwanted materials such as sediment in a pourable material having sediment therein. The apparatus comprises a body having side walls between a first end and second end defining at least a recessed inner space (42, 104, 204, 286) there between for a pourable material. The apparatus includes at least one raised portion (50, 51, 55, 56, 206, 208) having a highest point, angled walls (26) connected to the side walls (7, 40 202, 220, 282) and at least one drainage aperture (16, 110, 210) located within the side walls (7, 40, 202, 220 282) or angled walls (26, 103, 203, 284). The raised portion is located at one end of the inner space and the angled walls (26) are located at a spaced distance from the raised portion. In one orientation of the apparatus, the side walls or angled walls drain at least a portion of the pourable material towards and though the drainage aperture and down to the raised portion and in another orientation of the apparatus, the drainage aperture is blocked thereby retaining any sediment. The apparatus of the present invention can be formed as part of a container or bottle and/or be part of a cap assembly. Methods of operation are also included.


PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 27, 2017 / Olympus Insurance Company, a leading Florida homeowners' insurer, announced that Mariela Perez-Pennock, FCLS, was elected Chair and voting member of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee of the Florida Property and Casualty Insurance Fraud Task Force. The Task Force was created by the Florida Department of Financial Services in 2010. The organization's mission is to reduce, deter, or eliminate property and casualty (P&C) insurance fraud. As Chair of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee, Ms. Perez-Pennock will oversee the efforts of the Committee to provide fraud awareness to consumers through social media, seminars, and legislative support, in order to fight the escalating epidemic of property fraud. "Through this new role, I hope to continue the Task Force's work to fight insurance fraud in Florida," said Ms. Perez-Pennock. "I have dedicated my career to investigating and reducing fraud in our industry and am passionate about working to decrease the impact that this issue has had in our state." Ms. Perez-Pennock began her insurance career in 1988 with Progressive Insurance in Tampa, Fla. Prior to joining Olympus Insurance, she was the SIU Manager for North American Risk Services (NARS). Her background also includes working as a Special Agent with the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) where she served as part of the Mid-Atlantic Fraud Task Force, covering Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Additionally, she was the SIU Medical Fraud Manager for Nationwide Insurance in Florida and has held SIU positions with Travelers and Safe Auto Insurance. Ms. Perez-Pennock attended the University of South Florida, pursuing a double major in Criminal Justice and Voice Performance. She holds FCLS, CCA, and CATI designations and is a prominent speaker and trainer at industry conferences. "We are all very proud of Mariela for taking on this new and critical role and fully support her efforts," said Jeffrey B. Scott, CEO of Olympus Insurance. "At Olympus, we are dedicated to fighting anything that increases rates for our customers." Headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and founded in 2007, Olympus Insurance Company specializes in Florida property insurance. Through its independent agency force, Olympus insures $45 billion worth of residential and investment property, including homes, condos, rental property, and valuable personal property. The company also writes flood insurance and umbrella policies. Coverage for individual risks up to $5 million in total insured value is provided on one of the most comprehensive coverage forms in the industry. For more information, visit olympusinsurance.com.


PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 27, 2017 / Olympus Insurance Company, a leading Florida homeowners' insurer, announced that Mariela Perez-Pennock, FCLS, was elected Chair and voting member of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee of the Florida Property and Casualty Insurance Fraud Task Force. The Task Force was created by the Florida Department of Financial Services in 2010. The organization's mission is to reduce, deter, or eliminate property and casualty (P&C) insurance fraud. As Chair of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee, Ms. Perez-Pennock will oversee the efforts of the Committee to provide fraud awareness to consumers through social media, seminars, and legislative support, in order to fight the escalating epidemic of property fraud. "Through this new role, I hope to continue the Task Force's work to fight insurance fraud in Florida," said Ms. Perez-Pennock. "I have dedicated my career to investigating and reducing fraud in our industry and am passionate about working to decrease the impact that this issue has had in our state." Ms. Perez-Pennock began her insurance career in 1988 with Progressive Insurance in Tampa, Fla. Prior to joining Olympus Insurance, she was the SIU Manager for North American Risk Services (NARS). Her background also includes working as a Special Agent with the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) where she served as part of the Mid-Atlantic Fraud Task Force, covering Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Additionally, she was the SIU Medical Fraud Manager for Nationwide Insurance in Florida and has held SIU positions with Travelers and Safe Auto Insurance. Ms. Perez-Pennock attended the University of South Florida, pursuing a double major in Criminal Justice and Voice Performance. She holds FCLS, CCA, and CATI designations and is a prominent speaker and trainer at industry conferences. "We are all very proud of Mariela for taking on this new and critical role and fully support her efforts," said Jeffrey B. Scott, CEO of Olympus Insurance. "At Olympus, we are dedicated to fighting anything that increases rates for our customers." Headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and founded in 2007, Olympus Insurance Company specializes in Florida property insurance. Through its independent agency force, Olympus insures $45 billion worth of residential and investment property, including homes, condos, rental property, and valuable personal property. The company also writes flood insurance and umbrella policies. Coverage for individual risks up to $5 million in total insured value is provided on one of the most comprehensive coverage forms in the industry. For more information, visit olympusinsurance.com. PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 27, 2017 / Olympus Insurance Company, a leading Florida homeowners' insurer, announced that Mariela Perez-Pennock, FCLS, was elected Chair and voting member of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee of the Florida Property and Casualty Insurance Fraud Task Force. The Task Force was created by the Florida Department of Financial Services in 2010. The organization's mission is to reduce, deter, or eliminate property and casualty (P&C) insurance fraud. As Chair of the Public Relations and Public Outreach Committee, Ms. Perez-Pennock will oversee the efforts of the Committee to provide fraud awareness to consumers through social media, seminars, and legislative support, in order to fight the escalating epidemic of property fraud. "Through this new role, I hope to continue the Task Force's work to fight insurance fraud in Florida," said Ms. Perez-Pennock. "I have dedicated my career to investigating and reducing fraud in our industry and am passionate about working to decrease the impact that this issue has had in our state." Ms. Perez-Pennock began her insurance career in 1988 with Progressive Insurance in Tampa, Fla. Prior to joining Olympus Insurance, she was the SIU Manager for North American Risk Services (NARS). Her background also includes working as a Special Agent with the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) where she served as part of the Mid-Atlantic Fraud Task Force, covering Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Additionally, she was the SIU Medical Fraud Manager for Nationwide Insurance in Florida and has held SIU positions with Travelers and Safe Auto Insurance. Ms. Perez-Pennock attended the University of South Florida, pursuing a double major in Criminal Justice and Voice Performance. She holds FCLS, CCA, and CATI designations and is a prominent speaker and trainer at industry conferences. "We are all very proud of Mariela for taking on this new and critical role and fully support her efforts," said Jeffrey B. Scott, CEO of Olympus Insurance. "At Olympus, we are dedicated to fighting anything that increases rates for our customers." Headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and founded in 2007, Olympus Insurance Company specializes in Florida property insurance. Through its independent agency force, Olympus insures $45 billion worth of residential and investment property, including homes, condos, rental property, and valuable personal property. The company also writes flood insurance and umbrella policies. Coverage for individual risks up to $5 million in total insured value is provided on one of the most comprehensive coverage forms in the industry. For more information, visit olympusinsurance.com.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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Stronger law and consistent scrutiny needed to bolster public confidence in police TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 27, 2016) - Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé today released his submission to the province's Independent Police Oversight Review, calling for new legislation to make police oversight bodies more effective, accountable and transparent. "Our civilian oversight bodies represent critical checks and balances in our democracy," Mr. Dubé says in his submission to the review headed by Hon. Michael Tulloch. "However, public trust depends on their effectiveness, and transformative change is required to foster confidence in policing in this province." In the submission, entitled "Oversight Unchanged," Mr. Dubé argues that all three of Ontario's police oversight bodies -- the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD), and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) -- should be within the Ombudsman's mandate, as should municipal police services boards. At present, the only one of these bodies within the Ombudsman's jurisdiction is the SIU, which investigates cases where police are involved in incidents of serious injury or death. "The time has come to jettison the historic anomaly that sets the OIPRD and the OCPC apart and ensure that all three civilian oversight bodies are equally subject to Ombudsman review," Mr. Dubé writes in the submission, noting that his office received 184 complaints about these bodies in the past four years; 138 of those about the OIPRD. The Ombudsman's office has twice issued reports on its systemic investigations of the SIU -- Oversight Unseen (2008) and Oversight Undermined (2011) -- revealing serious structural and operational concerns. The SIU has since implemented several of the Ombudsman's recommendations to address these issues and perceptions of a pro-police bias. However, the Ministry of the Attorney General failed to act on those calling for the SIU's mandate to be bolstered by clearer, tougher legislation, Mr. Dubé notes. "Today, the recommendations we made to transform the SIU's legislative authority remain unfulfilled, and the problems we first highlighted in 2008 continue to damage public trust in the SIU," he says in the submission. He reiterates these recommendations, including that the SIU be required by law to release its Director's reports publicly in cases where no charges are laid, that it make public any significant concerns it identifies regarding police practices, and that it be illegal for police not to co-operate with the SIU. "Transparency should be the default position with regard to police oversight," Mr. Dubé says, citing the recent controversy over the SIU's reluctance to release information about its investigation of the police shooting death of Andrew Loku in Toronto in July 2015. As well, he recommends that to enhance police accountability at all levels, municipal police services boards should also be included in the Ombudsman's mandate -- which now includes all municipalities and local boards. "There is no explanation or purposive reason for exempting police services boards from my office's authority," the Ombudsman writes, noting that his office received 1,968 complaints about municipal police services in the past four years, and 20 complaints about police services boards. In total, the Ombudsman's submission makes 16 recommendations; others include that police oversight bodies ensure their staff reflect the diversity of the communities they serve, and that they collect, analyze and share demographic data regarding incidents between civilians and police, to assist in improving police practices. Mr. Dubé met with Justice Tulloch and senior members of the Independent Police Oversight Review on October 3, 2016, to discuss the Ombudsman's perspective and experience in dealing with police oversight and policing-related matters. The Ombudsman's full submission can be found here: https://www.ombudsman.on.ca/Newsroom/Press-Release/2016/Police-oversight-reform-long-overdue--Ombudsman.aspx?lang=en-CA Oversight Undermined - SIU support by Ministry of the Attorney General (2011): https://www.ombudsman.on.ca/Investigations/SORT-Investigations/Completed/Oversight-of-police--Oversight-Undermined.aspx In the Line of Duty - OPP and government response to operational stress injury and suicide among police (2012): https://www.ombudsman.on.ca/Investigations/SORT-Investigations/Completed/In-the-Line-of-Duty.aspx A Matter of Life and Death - Provincial direction on police de-escalation training (2016): https://www.ombudsman.on.ca/Investigations/SORT-Investigations/Completed/Ontario-direction-to-police-on-de-escalation.aspx


News Article | February 15, 2017
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The American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) has selected Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Gireesh Gupchup, BPharm, PhD, FAPhA, dean of the SIUE School of Pharmacy (SOP), for its Outstanding Dean Award. The award recognizes school or college of pharmacy deans who have made significant contributions to APhA-ASP chapters and who have promoted, with distinction, the welfare of student pharmacists through various community service, leadership and professional activities. Gupchup will receive the award Sunday, March 26, at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco. “APhA – ASP allows students to gain skills through co-curricular activities to be of service to their patients in meaningful ways,” Gupchup said. “With advances in medicine, pharmacists have the opportunity to help their patients navigate these changes. Service to patients is one of the highest callings of the profession and is something that I truly value about our profession.” A year before the school opened its doors in 2003, Gupchup was creating the campus relationships that became the groundwork for a pre-pharmacy student organization. Those founding members formed SIUE’s APhA-ASP chapter. Gupchup enthusiastically supports the chapter. He ensures that chapter members secure funding to travel to professional meetings and participate in professional development events, including international exchange opportunities. Gupchup advises pharmacists to get involved. “Be an advocate for the change that you want to see in health care,” he said. “You never know how your actions can help make a change. I love the profession of pharmacy, because it is ever changing.” Gupchup’s leadership has led to numerous innovative academic programs, including PharmD specializations in education and pediatrics, the joint PharmD/MBA degree and the conditional entry program, which assures qualified high school students a spot in the SIUE SOP. Twenty-two affiliated residency programs have been initiated under Gupchup’s supervision as well as interprofessional educational opportunities with the SIU School of Dental Medicine and SIUE’s School of Nursing. Today’s pharmacists improve patients’ lives through the medication and education they provide. Dedicated to developing a community of caring pharmacists, the SIUE School of Pharmacy curriculum is nationally recognized as a model that offers students a unique combination of classroom education, research, community service and patient care. The School of Pharmacy’s areas of excellence include a drug design and discovery core; pediatric practice; chronic pain research and practice; and diabetes research and practice. As the only downstate Illinois pharmacy doctorate program, the SIUE School of Pharmacy is addressing the growing need for highly trained pharmacists in a rapidly growing field.


News Article | March 2, 2017
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Chancellor Randy Pembrook has named Denise Cobb, PhD, as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. The selection is pending Board of Trustees approval. Cobb served as the interim provost since October 2015. Prior to that appointment, she was assistant provost for academic innovation and effectiveness, and then associate provost for academic affairs since June 2012. “The search committee and Chancellor Pembrook have made the absolute right decision for the SIUE campus community, and I want to congratulate Dr. Cobb on being recommended to the SIU board of trustees for the provost’s position,” said SIU President Randy Dunn. “Denise has been a great steward during her interim service and this appointment will allow her to continue the positive steps she already has underway for the benefit of our students, faculty and academic staff.  I’ve enjoyed working with her this past year and look forward to doing so in the future.” “All of us, who have had a chance to interact with Dr. Cobb as part of the interview process or through interactions during her period as interim provost, recognize her many positive qualities such as institutional knowledge, decisiveness, building positive relationships with individuals at SIUE and in the community, thorough knowledge of our budget processes, and her dedication to SIUE,” Pembrook said. “I know Dr. Cobb will hit the ground running and will continue to offer great leadership in the academic arena.” “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue serving this University and community,” Cobb said. “I am humbled to be a part of this vibrant campus and to have this opportunity to lead and work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students. I sincerely appreciate the work of the search committee and everyone who participated in this process. I want to thank Chancellor Pembrook and the SIUE community for their support.” “Together, we will build on our excellent academic programs that meet the needs of current and future students, while serving the needs of the region, state and world.  I am excited to support the good work that we have already accomplished, and I will encourage the innovative possibilities that will drive our future. It is a great honor and responsibility to help nurture a campus climate that reflects our commitment to excellence, diversity, inclusion, and equity.” In the Office of the Provost, Cobb’s responsibilities and achievements have included: “During the evaluation of candidates, Dr. Cobb’s commitment to shared governance, and her willingness to mediate between those with differing opinions, soon emerged as a common thread among those participating in the feedback process,” said Anthony Cheeseboro, PhD, search committee chair and associate professor of historical studies in the SIUE College of Arts and Sciences. “It is clear that the faculty and staff at SIUE see Dr. Cobb as approachable, yet highly capable, and uniquely knowledgeable about the issues important to this University. Those factors, along with her commitment to diversity, made her an outstanding choice among a very strong field of candidates.” “As a first generation college graduate, I believe in the possibilities and power of higher education, and an SIUE education, in particular,” Cobb said. “I am confident in our ability to work collaboratively to achieve our goals, positively influence the region and ensure the success of our students.” Cobb joined the SIUE Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies in 2003 as an assistant professor in sociology and was promoted to professor in 2015. As a faculty member committed to interdisciplinary scholarship, she has co-authored and co-presented with colleagues from a wide variety of disciplines on such topics as capstone experiences for college students and LGBT issues in criminal justice education. She has been integrally involved in numerous externally funded research projects with the SIUE Graduate School and is dedicated to broadening participation and success of under-represented student and faculty populations in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) graduate programs. An Arkansas native, Cobb earned a bachelor’s in sociology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1993 where she was a Donaghey Scholar. She earned a master’s in 1995 from the University of Central Arkansas and a doctorate from Tulane University in 2003. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville provides students with a high quality, affordable education that prepares them for successful careers and lives of purpose. Built on the foundation of a broad-based liberal education, and enhanced by hands-on research and real-world experiences, the academic preparation SIUE students receive equips them to thrive in the global marketplace and make our communities better places to live. Situated on 2,660 acres of beautiful woodland atop the bluffs overlooking the natural beauty of the Mississippi River’s rich bottomland and only a short drive from downtown St. Louis, the SIUE campus is home to a diverse student body of more than 14,000.


News Article | March 2, 2017
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The American Addiction Treatment Association (AATA) is launching an educational series and multiple resources available for providers and professionals in the addiction treatment industry that includes the Patient Financial Responsibility Toolkit and Special Investigations Unit (SIU) – What to Know in a Commercial Payer Audit Seminar. “Education is a core component of AATA’s work with our membership,” said Gina Meyer, AATA Executive Director. “The American Addiction Treatment Association’s educational series complements AATA’s mission to deliver reliable information and resources on compliance and best practices to enable recovery industry professionals, owners, and operators to navigate the evolving clinical and regulatory landscapes. As we’ve expanded our reach in the industry and developed new resources, we listened to our membership and their interest in certain topics, such as billing and marketing practices. The Patient Financial Responsibility Toolkit is the first resource of its kind for the addiction treatment industry because it helps healthcare providers and programs solve the confusing and risky practices around waiving and discounting deductibles, copays, and coinsurance. The toolkit offers practical solutions to reduce the risk of fraud or abuse and ends the confusion around cost-sharing, discounts, and waivers. AATA empowers the national recovery treatment industry to serve their patients.” AATA’s Seminar Series launch tackles the hot topic of audits in the addiction treatment and recovery industry. The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) – What to Know in a Commercial Payer Audit is the first seminar of 2017 and is being co-sponsored by AATA, Nelson Hardiman, and Infinity Behavioral Health Services. “No one likes an audit, but comprehensive reviews and audits are becoming common in the addiction treatment and recovery industry. There’s an increased attention toward billing practices so providers need to be proactive in preventing and eliminating accusations of fraud or abuse,” Meyer explained. “Every seminar attendee will walk away with a fuller understanding of SIU’s and audits and details of investigations from the procedural aspects of the SIU to substantive issues raised by payers including documentation concerns. There are red flags for fraud detection and the SIU’s will look for anything that resembles fraudulent practices. The bottom line: any provider billing an insurance company runs the risk of an audit. That includes the behavioral healthcare field.” The seminar will be held April 13th, 2017 at 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM and features three expert presenters: Frank Brady, Director of West Coast Operations, Infinity Behavioral Health Services; Zachary Rothenberg, Partner, Nelson Hardiman; and Max Sirianni, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Infinity Behavioral Health Services. Lunch is included and there is plenty of Q&A time with the presenters. Seats are limited. AATA has previously launched regulatory compliance resources in California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois, Tennessee, and Georgia. AATA Membership will become available in the coming months for Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, Colorado, New Jersey, and Minnesota. AATA Membership benefits are available to recovery industry professionals, owners, and operators to navigate the evolving clinical and regulatory landscapes. For more information, visit http://www.addiction-tx.com, email or call (888) 958-2282.


News Article | March 2, 2017
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The American Addiction Treatment Association (AATA) is hosting a lunch and learn for professionals in the addiction treatment industry entitled: Special Investigations Unit (SIU) – What to Know in a Commercial Payer Audit. The word “audit” can raise an alarm in any business, but in addiction treatment, insurance companies and state and federal governments are increasingly scrutinizing the industry for fraudulent and abusive practices. “Audits are becoming more common in addiction treatment and professionals need to be prepared when a Special Investigations Unit (SIU) walks in the door. The consequences of noncompliance are significant, from insurance companies refusing to reimburse for services to civil litigation leading to money damages and penalties, to criminal investigations and potential jail time. Even if you have done nothing wrong, an audit or investigation can be costly and time consuming,” said Zachary Rothenberg, Partner at Nelson Hardiman and featured seminar speaker. “Many of these investigations fall under the terms of state and federal ‘false claims’ statutes, which generally prohibit the preparation and/or submission of false claims for payment to private insurers or to state and federal programs such as Medicaid and Medicare. These statutes impose serious penalties, including triple damages, on violators, and give ‘whistleblowers’ a financial incentive to report fraud because they are entitled to a portion of any recovery.” Addiction treatment facilities need to be extremely careful about their billing practices. “The most important thing for anyone in a role like this is to always ensure that everything about the services you are billing is a 100% accurate representation of the services that are being provided, and that you stay up-to-date with all payer changes and requirements,” said Frank Brady, Director of West Coast Operations for Infinity Behavioral Health Services and featured seminar speaker. “It should be assumed that every single patient's chart will be reviewed at some point. It is important that each patient's chart tells the story of their treatment without any questions left unanswered. This means more than matching CPT codes with a treatment plan. This means that providers understand what procedure codes represent and that they understand what payers expect at different levels of care. Unfortunately, behavioral healthcare is a very young industry and simply asking colleagues for advice is not sufficient. I would encourage anyone in such a role to educate themselves, or involve a knowledgeable industry professional who can do so. If you are billing appropriately for the services you are providing, you are more likely to endure long-term success than a provider looking for the right combination of procedure codes to get paid as much as possible.” Compliance with current regulations is critical. “There are different layers of compliance that providers should be concerned with when it comes to financial arrangements. To ensure compliance with the law and also to meet the expectations of commercial health insurers, it is important to implement sound policies and procedures which govern the financial arrangements made between providers and patients,” Brady added. “Failure to formalize these processes with diligence may result in conflict with payers if patients are not required to pay their portion; or even worse, conflict with the law if a provider is engaged in illegal forms of patient inducement.” The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) – What to Know in a Commercial Payer Audit Seminar, which features speakers Zachary Rothenberg, Frank Brady, and Max Sirianni, will be held in Los Angeles at the Nelson Hardiman Conference Facilities on April 13th, 2017 from 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM. Lunch is included as well as time for Q&A with the presenters. Seats are limited. This seminar is part of an ongoing educational series offered by AATA, which offers regulatory compliance resources for eight states: California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois, Tennessee, and Georgia. AATA plans to make content available to its addiction treatment industry membership for all 50 states over the next 12 – 18 months. AATA Membership provides a variety of benefits and is available to recovery industry professionals, owners, and operators to navigate the evolving clinical and regulatory landscapes. For more information, visit http://www.addiction-tx.com, email, or call (888) 958-2282.


Patent
Siu | Date: 2014-06-11

A retaining valve (1) comprises a silica gel valve body (2), an upper valve box cover (3) and a lower valve box cover (4). The upper valve box cover (3) is provided with an air hole (10), and the lower valve box cover (4) is provided with an air inlet pin (9). The silica gel valve body (2) comprises an outer ring (5) and an inner ring (6). The interior of the inner ring (6) is a closed valve plate. The inner ring (5) is connected to the outer ring (6) through an elastic piece (7). The outer ring (6) is fixed between the upper valve box cover (3) and the lower valve box cover (4). The inner ring (6) is in a suspension state between the upper valve box cover (3) and the lower valve box cover (4). The retaining valve (1) is applicable to vessels for different purposes to control the closed or circulating state of gas inside the vessels, and has a simple structure and reliable functions. Also disclosed is a liquid vessel comprising the foregoing retaining valve.


Patent
Mount Sinai Hospital Corporation and Siu | Date: 2010-11-17

Methods for detecting endometrial diseases or an endometrium phase in a subject are described comprising measuring endometrial markers or polynucleotides encoding the markers in a sample from the subject. The invention also provides localization or imaging methods for endometrial diseases, and kits for carrying out the methods of the invention. The invention also contemplates therapeutic applications for endometrial diseases employing endometrial markers, polynucleotides encoding the markers, and/or binding agents for the markers.

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