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A comparison of efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of lymecycline and minocycline in the treatment of acne vulgaris has been addressed. This was a multicenter, randomized, investigator-masked, parallel group trial involving patients with moderate to moderately severe acne vulgaris, receiving either lymecycline or minocycline for 12 weeks. Efficacy and(More)
The purpose of this study was to update a 1976 study by Arthur D. Little, Inc., on the use of automatic ECG analysis systems. Thirteen vendors of computerized ECG systems received survey forms in 1987 and a follow-up telephone survey was completed in early 1988. The vendors surveyed included service bureaus and providers of computer-based data management(More)
hat factors determine birth weight and do they have any biological significance for the future health and welfare of the individual? These are important questions for all paediatricians and four groups of experts have been approached to independently give their thoughts on key areas. The aim was for concise pithy comments and opinions, so the length of the(More)
E ffective control of blood glucose in toddlers with diabetes can be difficult for a variety of reasons. Unpredictable eating patterns with changes in the timing of meals and quantities eaten, as well as different levels of activity, are the major factors that impact on blood glucose levels at this age. The Diabetes Control and Complications Trial showed(More)