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Unraveling the effects of compensation, litigation, and employment on treatment response in chronic pain
&NA; Although it has often been suggested that chronic pain patients who are receiving workmen's compensation or who have litigation pending are less likely to benefit from treatment, the results ofExpand
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Predicting treatment response in depressed and non-depressed chronic pain patients
&NA; Although it has often been observed that chronic pain and depression are associated, there have been few systematic comparisons of chronic pain patients with and without depression. In the studyExpand
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The influence of urinary pH on the plasma half‐life of pseudoephedrine in man and dog and a sensitive assay for its determination in human plasma
A sensitive method has been developed which allows estimation of pseudoephedrine in plasma at drug concentrations as low as 0.05 fLg per milliliter, making possible, for the first time, theExpand
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RECOVERY AFTER PROCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN DOGS.
Abstract 1. 1. Generalized convulsions can be produced in most dogs by the i.v. administration of procaine hydrochloride 100 mg/kg. 2. 2. In paralyzed mechanically ventilated dogs this dose ofExpand
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Verzoegerungsverfahren for an information signal.