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sulphamethoxazole in the treatment of persistent diarrhoea: a double blind placebo controlled clinical trial. Nasal application of a gel formulation of N-acetyl-aspartyl glutamic acid (NAAGA) compared with placebo and disodium cromoglycate in the symptomatic treatment of pollinosis. A. Efficacy of transdermal scopolamine against seasickness: a 3-day study(More)
The clinical character of cardiovascular disease creates challenges in optimizing cardiovascular catheterization lab (CVL) throughput. These challenges are due to case load fluctuations caused by unscheduled Emergency Department patients and simultaneous conflicting demands on cardiologist time. The simulation model provides insight into the complex(More)
In a retrospective analysis, presentation behavior during pregnancy of 501 infants with breech presentation at birth was compared with that of a control population (n = 520) with vertex presentation at birth. Since the fetus usually changes position frequently during the sonographic examination prior to the 20th week of pregnancy, and since its presentation(More)
The aim of the study communicated here was to check any fetal reactions occurring after external stimulation (light-optic and acoustic stimuli), depending on fetal behavioral status. The group studied (acoustic/light stimulation) comprised 85 patients with normal course of pregnancy at term (37th to 42nd week of gestation). They were compared with a control(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate responses of human fetuses near term (37-42 wks) (increase/decrease of fetal heart rate and/or fetal motility) to acoustic stimuli. The study group consisted of 43 patients and the control group of 27 patients. Polygraphic recordings of 5 different fetal variables were carried out synchronously for the categorization(More)
The authors report on results of examinations of 18 women between the 38th and 42nd weeks of pregnancy in respect of the observation of foetal sleep/waking cycles. The following parameters were noted simultaneously, i.e. with time synchronicity: foetal heart rate, foetal eye movements, foetal thorax movements, and movements of the body and extremities. On(More)
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