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Preoperative assessment as a predictor of mortality and morbidity after lung resection.
To refine the functional guidelines for operability for lung resection, we prospectively studied 55 consecutive patients with suspected lung malignancy thought to be surgically resectable. LungExpand
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A formal analysis of knowledge combination in multinational enterprises
This paper outlines a model of process organisation for the combination of different types of knowledge from spatially separated sources in the multinational enterprise. The model envisages anExpand
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Survival analysis in percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding: a worse outcome in patients with dementia
OBJECTIVE:Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) feeding has been validated in specific clinical situations such as acute stroke with dysphagia and oropharyngeal malignancy. The perception thatExpand
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“Mycobacterium canettii” Isolated from a Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Patient: First Case Recognized in the United States
ABSTRACT We report the first case of tuberculosis caused by “Mycobacterium canettii” recognized in the United States. The pathogen was isolated from the cerebrospinal fluid of a 30-year-old SudaneseExpand
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Language and Social Knowledge in Foreign-Knowledge Transfer to China
This paper establishes that transfer of knowledge across national borders within multinational enterprises depends both on a common language necessary for communication and on the shared socialExpand
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Prospective validation of the Rockall risk scoring system for upper GI hemorrhage in subgroups of patients with varices and peptic ulcers
OBJECTIVES:The Rockall risk assessment score was devised to allow prediction of the risk of rebleeding and death in patients with upper GI hemorrhage. The score was derived by multivariate analysisExpand
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Information and the Division of Labour: Implications for the Firm's Choice of Organisation
This paper provides a partial analysis of the organizational problem that arises from decentralized information within the firm. Firm members possessing different decision-relevant information canExpand
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Preoperative Assessment as a Predictor of Mortality and Morbidity after Lung Resection
To refine the functional guidelines for operability for lung resection, we prospectively studied 55 consecutive patients with suspected lung malignancy thought to be surgically resectable. LungExpand
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Process and structure in knowledge management practices of British and US multinational enterprises
This paper suggests that the conventional opposition of 'global' versus 'local' strategies in knowledge management processes is not only unhelpful but misleading. It investigates the process ofExpand
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