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AIMS/HYPOTHESIS This study evaluates the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of the novel ultra-fast insulin product VIAject, a formulation of human soluble insulin and generally recognised as safe ingredients designed to increase the rate of absorption. METHODS We performed five euglycaemic glucose clamps (Biostator; target blood glucose 5… (More)
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This paper describes an attempt to understand the self-concept, social characteristics, personal strengths, and frailties of a group of older black men and women, in order to tailor mental health and social work services to their needs. Difficulties inherent in obtaining such information were minimized by a methodology that integrated the research and… (More)
Detailed simulations of the Ni-like soft x-ray laser are presented for the target elements Sm, Gd along with preliminary results for Ta. A 1.5D combined two uid atomic code is used to self-consistently solve the hydrodynamic / atomic physics problem inherent in laser pumped solid target systems. The code uses a detailed description of the Cu-like and… (More)
The Natural Resources Defense Council is an international nonprofit environmental organization with more than 1.2 million members and online activists. Since 1970, our lawyers, scientists, and other environmental specialists have worked to protect the world's natural resources, public health, and the environment.
Ultrasound is being increasingly used in the diagnosis of the soft tissue foreign body (FB), in particular for the nonradio-opaque materials which may not be visualized with conventional radiography (Fornage & Schernberg 1986). A simple technique for ultrasound guided FB extraction under local anaesthesia is described, and comment is made upon our… (More)