Patients were classified into two groups according to the time at which the diagnosis was made: early within the first 2 days of hospital admission and late between the 3rd and 7th day of hospital admission.
Factors associated with a delay in diagnosis were assessed by logistic regression analysis. Results In ICU patients diagnosed with influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus infection within the first 7 days of hospitalization, the diagnosis was established early in The intra-ICU mortality was significantly higher among patients with late diagnosis as compared with early diagnosis Conclusions Late diagnosis of community-acquired influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus infection is associated with a delay in ICU admission, greater possibilities of respiratory and renal failure, and higher mortality rate.
Delay in diagnosis of flu is an independent variable related to death. The importance of early diagnosis and prompt start of antimicrobial treatment has been shown consistently in critically ill patients with severe bacterial infection or severe sepsis [ 3 — 6 ].
In patients with influenza A, in most cases typically during epidemic periods, antiviral treatment is administered when diagnosis is suspected within the first 48 hours of hospital admission , although diagnosis and treatment between the 3rd and 7th day of admission can be delayed because of the lack of clinical suspicion by the medical team or negative results in the first samples analyzed false negatives [ 7 , 8 ].
Different studies have identified factors independently associated with mortality in patients diagnosed with influenza A H1N1 pdm09 infection [ 9 , 10 ] or in selected subgroups, such as patients older than 65 years of age [ 11 ], obesity [ 12 ], immunodeficiency viral infection HIV [ 13 ], chronic liver disease [ 14 ], childhood [ 15 ] and pregnancy [ 16 ], as well as in different presenting forms of infection severe sepsis, septic shock, pneumonia and ICU admission [ 17 , 18 ].
Middleton ed. Architectural Polychromy: Life in Architecture, in ibid. Planes, alzados, secciones y detalles de la Alhambra. Owen Jones Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Details of the Alhambra.
Jones therefore brought a scientific approach, superimposed onto the Romantic vision. Indeed, in Plans, Elevations This understanding would, according to Jones, have led the anonymous Nasrid artists to create an architectural polychromy that resonated in the eye and spirit of the beholder not through the obscure means of incomprehensible fascination but, on the contrary, through the intelligent use of optical and psychological mechanisms that could be perfectly explained by the new science.
A constant feature of this work is his attempt to marry historical ornament with the new demands of mass, speedy and inexpensive industrial production. Thus, this brings us once more to the subject of the universal expositions for in this meeting between the ornamental laws of the Alhambra and the new scientific paradigms of the industrial world, one event was particularly decisive for Jones and for many others: the Great Exhibition of London in For the first of the great world fairs of the 19th century, more than six million people visited the Crystal Palace, built in Hyde Park by Joseph Paxton.
Owen Jones was part of the committee overseeing this revolutionary construction. Based on the idea that colour is not merely a superimposed addition but that it actively contributes to defining form and architectural space, Jones designed a colour scheme of apparent simplicity. Inspired by Alhambresque combinations of 19 Juan Calatrava the three primary colours, it was hoped that this colour scheme would help articulate the difficult —i.
An additional planned feature that was ultimately shelved was the demarcation of spaces through a series of hanging tapestries. This further Oriental feature is seldom mentioned but is important when one recalls how it converges with the interest that George Semper displayed at around the same time in textiles, viewed as primordial elements of architecture.
This was the same Gottfried Semper whose theories on colour Jones had encountered twenty years previously through Jules Goury and who at the time was exiled in London, where he wrote a text of great significance on the exhibition. Interior of the Crystal Palace. The story does not end in , however. When the exposition came to a close on October 11 of that year and the Crystal Palace began to be dismantled, the idea of its reconstruction elsewhere in London immediately formed.
Tracing Modernity. Manifestations of the Modern in Architecture and the City. Indeed, this desire to educate the public took precedence at Sydenham.
The Alhambra Court was the only court dedicated to a single building, reflecting the huge importance Jones attributed to the Nasrid palace. It featured two rectangular enclosures in which copies of items and ornaments from various parts of the Alhambra, coloured by Jones according to his theories on the original Islamic polychromy, were grouped together.
The first enclosure featured the famous recreation of the Patio de los Leones [Court of the Lions] with several sections of columns and the two projecting pavilions removed so as to fit the site without reducing the scale.
The second contained what was called the Hall of Justice, the Hall of the Abencerrajes chosen out of necessity due to the limited space available; apparently Jones would have preferred to feature the Hall of the Two Sisters and reproduce all of its 5, muqarnas , the Divan and the Cast Room, where the moulds made by Jones on his travels to the Alhambra were exhibited.
In Sydenham therefore, in contrast to the vagueness of Ro17 Jan R. Piggott Delamotte London: Crystal Palace Company. Illustration 5. To the right, the Alhambra Court in the Crystal Palace of Sydenham; to the left, the opening page of the publication with the plan, in Owen Jones For each of the courts in Sydenham, small introductory descriptive books were printed.
London: Crystal Palace Library. El Patio Alhambra en el Crystal Palace. The presentation of the basic guidelines on the use of colours in the Alhambra despite the mistreatment suffered by the original polychromy, as acknowledged by Jones develops the explanation of those principles that had already been schematically outlined in Plans, Elevations The question as to whether the modern reproduction should imitate the ancient artisanal methods or use contemporary techniques would be resolved in favour of the latter with the use of moulded gelatine, a decision Jones defended on the basis of the combined criteria of educational value, economy and speed of execution.
This open mindset that permitted the introduction of strictly contemporary criteria is also evident in the recreation of the Court of the Lions. In his text, designed to serve as a guide for visitors, Jones continually compares the two plans and sections, that of the original of the Alhambra and that of his reconstruction, mixing admiration for the original with exaltation of the hard collective effort aimed at evoking its greatness in a much more confined space in Sydenham.
Jones does not hide the difficult choices that this involved and that resulted in substantial differences; instead, he explains in detail his decision in each case. His explanation of the problem of the covering for his new Court of the Lions is particularly interesting.
In it, Jones showed the public the original moulds he had taken in the Alhambra and the plates from Plans, Elevations The challenge of the two Crystal Palaces of and had been decisive in the definitive crystallization of their theses concerning ornament.
This is evidenced by the fact that it was only two years after the challenge of Sydenham that the work that would make the name of its author familiar to several generations of architects, artists and designers was born: The Grammar of Ornament ,22 one of the most influential books on art and architecture in the following decades.
The Grammar is, essentially, a systematic and purportedly scientific compendium of the history of ornamental motifs from distant Antiquity up until the Renaissance. These ornamental repertoires were displayed in a series of chromolithographs by Francis Bedford which, with a unified treatment of colour, conversed with the text to make up both a true visual encyclopaedia and a theoretical reflection on the 21 Idem, p.
This took the form of 37 axioms in which the fruitful exchange between Jones and the other great figure of Victorian design, Henry Cole, is evident. The structure is simple and effectively didactic. This is followed by a series of plates that group —sometimes in a jumbled manner— numerous ornamental examples. The one hundred chromolithographs that make up the work unfold before the reader a profuse composite sample, from a wide variety of sources, comprising approximately one thousand ornamental examples corresponding to some twenty civilizations.
Within this complex historical panorama, the Alhambra nonetheless still occupied the primary role, comparing favourably with the products of all the other historical cultures. It occupies the midpoint between a theoretical treatise that sets out a series of rules of supposed general validity the famous 37 propositions , the varied and multiform historical tour that allows you to trace the rationale behind these rules and which thereby introduces a high degree of historical and cultural relativism and the catalogue of forms and ornamental solutions at the instant disposal of designers and educators.
Jones himself continuously insisted, however, that his work should not be seen as a repertoire to be copied directly, but rather as encouraging creativity, stimulating the development of the individuality of each designer and the constitution of a culture directly expressive of our age. Different peoples and historical civilizations had managed to distil their own approaches to ornament, and examples thereof should encourage contemporary designers to do likewise, quite apart from any direct formal imitation.
The Grammar of Ornament. London: B. Quaritch, p. They also served as a universal reference to compensate for the overwhelming historical diversity that the reader was about to encounter in the following chapters. Diet was estimated through the analysis of stomach contents and microhabitat occupation was estimated through recordings of perch type, height and horizontal distance to water.
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Empire Building: Orientalism and Victorian Architecture. At that time, Granada was developing the idea of a large Spanish-African exhibition, to be held in Different studies have identified factors independently associated with mortality in patients diagnosed with influenza A H1N1 pdm09 infection [ 9 , 10 ] or in selected subgroups, such as patients older than 65 years of age [ 11 ], obesity [ 12 ], immunodeficiency viral infection HIV [ 13 ], chronic liver disease [ 14 ], childhood [ 15 ] and pregnancy [ 16 ], as well as in different presenting forms of infection severe sepsis, septic shock, pneumonia and ICU admission [ 17 , 18 ]. Santander: Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Cantabria. Bolding a name or place within the text suggests a cross-reference to an entry of that name or place, which may be looked up by the reader.
All patients admitted to the ICU with clinical manifestations of respiratory infection in which influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus was identified during the first week of hospital stay were included in the study.
Definitions Patients included in the study were classified into two groups according to the time at which the diagnosis of influenza A infection was made: early within the first 2 days of hospital admission and late between the 3rd and 7th day of hospital admission.
Like its predecessors, the new volume, which focuses especially on the last 30 years and, even more specifically, on events during the s and s and the beginning of the new millennium, treats in 01 FM. The story does not end in , however. The road to these goals has not been easy, nor has the task of building trust among a split citizenry over the fate of an old dictator. Owen Jones and the Eastern Ideal [Doctoral thesis].
It was, however, the French architect Dernaz who at this fair would carry the Orientalist image of Arab Spain to its ultimate paroxysm: his Andalousie au temps des Maures. Arquitectura y romanticismo. In patients with influenza A, in most cases typically during epidemic periods, antiviral treatment is administered when diagnosis is suspected within the first 48 hours of hospital admission , although diagnosis and treatment between the 3rd and 7th day of admission can be delayed because of the lack of clinical suspicion by the medical team or negative results in the first samples analyzed false negatives [ 7 , 8 ]. Navarran by birth but Granadan by adoption, Cendoya had just been appointed in curator of the Alhambra, thereby ending the long dynasty of the Contreras. The Grammar of Ornament also presented a new facet of Jones: that of the public dissemination of ornamental schemes not always easily accessible to all interested parties including artists, art teachers, manufacturers and ordinary citizens interested in these matters. Granada: Ed.
Received Jul 21; Accepted Sep A delirious construction measuring 5, m2 and a genuine theme park avant la lettre, it evoked variously the Court of the Lions, the Giralda, the Sacromonte and the Alcazar of Seville around a large square converted into a stage for various events such as competitions, staged caravan raids and Gypsy weddings see Illustration Results In ICU patients diagnosed with influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus infection within the first 7 days of hospitalization, the diagnosis was established early in New York: Rizzoli; Juan Calatrava Indeed, this desire to educate the public took precedence at Sydenham. More than 15 years have passed since the publication of the second edition, and almost as long since Chile embarked on ambitious political reforms in its transition toward democracy—a long time in the frenetic history of the Chilean nation.
Antonio de Zabaleta, Romanticismo y arquitectura. Illustration 1.