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Pregnancy outcome following first trimester exposure to antihistamines: meta-analysis.
To determine the relative risk for major malformations associated with antihistamine (H1 blockers) exposure in the first trimester of pregnancy, a literature search of all studies examining theExpand
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The Effects of Impaired Liver Function on the Elimination of Antineoplastic Agents
OBJECTIVE: To critically review available data on the disposition of cancer chemotherapy in patients with hepatic dysfunction, and to derive at dose recommendation. DATA SOURCES: All publishedExpand
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Preferential location of acute pulmonary thromboembolism induced consolidative opacities: assessment with respiratory gated perfusion SPECT–CT fusion images
PurposePreferential location of acute pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) induced consolidative opacities (infarction/atelectasis) was determined on respiratory gated perfusion SPECT–CT fusion images.Expand
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Evaluation of brompheniramine safety in pregnancy.
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Comprehensive Assessment of Lung CT Attenuation Alteration at Perfusion Defects of Acute Pulmonary Thromboembolism With Breath-Hold SPECT-CT Fusion Images
Regional computed tomography attenuation (CTA) alteration at perfusion defects in acute pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) was comprehensively assessed using deep-inspiratory breath-hold SPECT-CT fusionExpand
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Assessment of regional lung functional impairment with co-registered respiratory-gated ventilation/perfusion SPET-CT images: initial experiences
In this study, respiratory-gated ventilation and perfusion single-photon emission tomography (SPET) were used to define regional functional impairment and to obtain reliable co-registration withExpand
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Technologist abstracts
Aim: There are increasing demands on nuclear medicine technologists (NMTs) to carry out tasks and responsibilities normally associated with medically‐qualified colleagues. This may relate toExpand
[Nursing care in leukemia].
[Getting rid of undesirable personality traits in nurses with demerits].
  • A. Seto
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • [Kango] Japanese journal of nursing
  • 1 November 1973