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In 1999, ISPOR formed the Quality of Life Special Interest group (QoL-SIG)--Translation and Cultural Adaptation group (TCA group) to stimulate discussion on and create guidelines and standards for the translation and cultural adaptation of patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures. After identifying a general lack of consistency in current methods and(More)
Body core temperature and subjective sleep quality were measured in 22 healthy elderly men and women while they lived at home and continued their normal daily activities. The acrophase of body temperature was phase-advanced by an average of 1.25 h in the older women compared to the age-matched men. Habitual bedtimes did not differ between men and women, but(More)
A slitlamp comparator device has been developed to project the image of a 35mm angiogram frame into the field of view of a standard slitlamp during macular photocoagulation. The image may be varied in brightness, magnification, and position, and viewed either on a black background or superimposed on a slitlamp fundus image. The comparator is a useful(More)
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