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The ecology of dogs and canine rabies: a selective review.
Although dogs are the most widespread and abundant of all carnivores, the role of the dog in human cultures and its impact on the environment have rarely been studied. These subjects are reviewed inExpand
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Dog ecology and dog rabies control.
Dog populations, like other populations, depend on the availability of resources (food, water, and shelter). Humans either make available or deliberately withhold resources for varying proportions ofExpand
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The prediction of difficult intubation in obese patients using mirror indirect laryngoscopy: A prospective pilot study
Background: The incidence of difficult laryngoscopy and intubation in obese patients is higher than in the general population. Classical predictors of difficult laryngoscopy and intubation have beenExpand
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Comparison of 2 techniques of laryngeal tube exchange in a randomized controlled simulation study.
BACKGROUND Laryngeal tubes (LT) are often used as rescue airway devices. Among prehospital medical personnel, the success rates are high and significantly faster compared to an endotracheal tubeExpand
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Three-dimensional blast-wave-driven Rayleigh-Taylor instability and the effects of long-wavelength modes
This paper describes experiments exploring the three-dimensional (3D) Rayleigh–Taylor instability at a blast-wave-driven interface. This experiment is well scaled to the He/H interface during theExpand
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Is it time for videolaryngoscopy to be the standard of care?
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Pro: etomidate is the ideal induction agent for a cardiac anesthetic.
  • A. Budde, B. Mets
  • Medicine
  • Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia
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treated with antiplatelet agents for cardiovascular comorbidities undergoing major noncardiac surgery, intraoperative hypotension was identified as 1 of 3 independent predictors of intraoperativeExpand
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A Method for Overcoming the Ceiling Effect of Bounded Pain Scales
Objective.The Verbal Numerical Scale (VNS) for rating pain isbounded between 0 (= no pain) and 10 (= worst pain imaginable). Wehypothesized that the limitations inherent to this boundary whenExpand
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