Catherine Louise Turner

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BACKGROUND Incorrect blood component transfusion is the most frequent serious incident associated with transfusion. Errors responsible for these incidents frequently involve patient misidentification. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS This study evaluated a barcode patient identification system involving hand-held computers for blood sample collection for(More)
Over the last decade, unusually high losses of colonies have been reported by beekeepers across the USA. Multiple factors such as Varroa destructor, bee viruses, Nosema ceranae, weather, beekeeping practices, nutrition, and pesticides have been shown to contribute to colony losses. Here we describe a large-scale controlled trial, in which different bee(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective was to characterize the safety of duloxetine for treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women, using an integrated database generated from four published placebo-controlled clinical trials. METHODS The database included 1913 women randomized to duloxetine (N=958) or placebo (N=955), examining adverse events (AEs),(More)
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