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Mazindol in long-term treatment of narcolepsy
Randomized single-blind trial in general practice comparing the efficacy and palatability of two cough linctus preparations, 'Pholcolix' and 'Actifed' Compound, in children with acute cough.
Analysis of palatability components (taste, smell, aftertaste and feeling in the mouth) showed numerical superiority for 'Pholcolix' for all parameters, with high degree of significance for overall taste.
Vitamin C concentration of plasma and leukocytes as related to smoking habit, age, and sex of humans.
Computer-based analysis of epidemiological data arising from salmonellosis in pigs.
Prevalance of obesity in a London borough.
Normal Values in Clinical Chemistry: A Guide to Statistical Analysis of Laboratory Data
- J. Grimshaw
- Computer Science
- 1 May 1976
Vitamin B12 in Crude Liver Extracts
The publication of two recent papers on the presence of bound forms of vitamin B12 in human serum and in sow's milk respectively prompts the author to put the preliminary results on record.
Clenbuterol and salbutamol in the symptomatic treatment of patients with reversible airways obstruction.
It is considered that twice daily regimens of clenbuterol can be as effective as salbutamol given 3-times daily and this may help to improve patient compliance.
Comparative study of cefaclor and amoxycillin in the treatment of respiratory tract infections in general practice.
The results suggest that cefaclor was at least as effective as amoxycillin in producing resolution or improvement in symptoms and the median time to maximum response was somewhat shorter.