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End-of-Life Care in Scottish Intensive Care Units
We wished to assess practice, staff attitudes and desire for change in the way dying patients are cared for in intensive care units (ICUs) in Scotland. A questionnaire was distributed to all 23Expand
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Loss of preoperative habits in Rhesus monkeys with inferotemporal lesions: recognition failure or relearning deficit?
Abstract Retention was measured in monkeys with inferotemporal lesions, for a series of object discriminations given 1 day to 4 weeks before operation. The data were analysed in two ways. One was toExpand
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Choice reaction times for pattern discriminations in monkeys with inferotemporal lesions.
  • P. Dean
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychologia
  • 1974
Abstract The choice reaction times of monkeys with inferotemporal lesions were measured for the performance of learnt pattern discrimination. A titration schedule was used to make the animals respondExpand
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Intravenous lipid emulsion in propanolol overdose
Anaesthetists performing ultrasoundguided regional nerve blocks may be familiar with the conflicting requirements concerning ambient lighting. Ultrasound images are best viewed in relatively lowExpand
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Laterality of the olfactory event-related potential response.
In experimental practice, odors are commonly applied to only one nostril for recordings of olfactory event-related potentials (OERPs), but the lateralization aspect of the OERP response is unclearExpand
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Uptake of therapeutic hypothermia following out‐of‐hospital cardiac arrest in Scottish Intensive Care Units
hypothermia after cardiac arrestonce again. Critical Care and Resuscitation 2006; 8: 151–4. 7 Alderson P, Gadkary C, Signorini DF. Therapeutic hypothermia for head injury. Cochrane Database ofExpand
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Zinc supplementation in intensive care: results of a UK survey.
PURPOSE Our laboratory receives many routine requests for plasma zinc analysis from intensive care units (ICUs) throughout Scotland. However, such requests are inappropriate because plasma zincExpand
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Aesthetic preference in dextrals and sinistrals
Abstract In one study, dextrals preferred pictures with a rightward-balance and sinistrals preferred leftward-balance (LB) pictures. In a second study, sinistrals again preferred LB pictures and wereExpand
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Inferotemporal lesions and memory for pattern discriminations after visual interference
Abstract Rhesus monkeys with lesions of visual cortex were tested for retention of visual pattern discriminations after extensive interpolated visual interference. Animals with partial removal ofExpand
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