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The SF-36 health survey questionnaire: is it suitable for use with older adults?
An Anglicized version of the SF-36, a recently developed generic health status measure, was tested among people aged 65 years and over in hospital outpatient and general practice settings as both aExpand
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Can bedside assessment reliably exclude aspiration following acute stroke?
OBJECTIVE To investigate the ability of a bedside swallowing assessment to reliably exclude aspiration following acute stroke. SUBJECTS Consecutive patients admitted within 24 h of stroke onset toExpand
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Experiences of people with type 2 diabetes who have changed from oral medication to self‐administered insulin injections
It has been estimated that the majority of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus will need treatment with insulin eventually if they are to keep their blood sugar levels within recommended limits.Expand
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Human papillomavirus type 16 E7 associates with a histone H1 kinase and with p107 through sequences necessary for transformation.
The transforming function of human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16) E7 has been shown to depend on activities additional to the ability to bind RB. In this paper we describe two further properties ofExpand
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Efficient Transduction by an Amphotropic Retrovirus Vector Is Dependent on High-Level Expression of the Cell Surface Virus Receptor
ABSTRACT Transduction by murine leukemia virus-based retrovirus vectors is limited in certain cell types, particularly in nondividing cells. But transduction can be inefficient even in cells thatExpand
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Influence of age on plasma osmolality: a community study.
We have shown an age-associated increase in plasma osmolality (p less than 0.001) in 152 randomly selected subjects, living in the community. In the old [mean age 78.0 (7.5) years] the plasmaExpand
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Acute skin and fat necrosis during sepsis in a patient with chronic renal failure and subcutaneous arterial calcification.
Calcification of small subcutaneous arteries and arterioles is commonly found in patients with chronic renal failure (CRF), but the syndrome of acute ischemic necrosis of the skin and subcutaneousExpand
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Hypernatraemic dehydration in patients in a large hospital for the mentally handicapped.
SIR,-Your editorial draws attention yet again to the crying need for a national research ethics committee.' Such a committee, acting as a reference point for local ethics committees, would provide aExpand
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