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BACKGROUND Approximately 5 in 1,000 deliveries in England and Wales result in stillbirth, with little improvement in figures over the last few decades. The aim of this study was to investigate the association between clinical and socio-demographic factors and stillbirth, with a particular focus on ethnicity and obesity. METHODS Analysis of routine(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to investigate whether moderately increased maternal age is associated with obstetric and neonatal outcome in a contemporary population, and to consider the possible role of co-morbidities in explaining any increased risk. STUDY DESIGN Secondary analysis of routinely collected data from a large maternity unit in(More)
Human kidney homotransplantation was first attempted on a large scale in 1962 and 1963. Even its most enthusiastic proponents could not then predict that this procedure would within five years become the preferred and the most effective way of treating patients with renal failure. Almost all previous trials had ended in the early death of the recipient [12](More)
  • N W Penn
  • 1978
Deoxycytidine antagonizes the analgesic action of morphine in the rat, morphine-induced respiratory depression in the rabbit and mitigates withdrawal in the dependent mouse. Administration of deoxycytidine does not precipitate the abstinence syndrome in dependent mice, a property shared by certain other endogenous morphine antagonsits. Cytidine and(More)
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