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The spring in the arch of the human foot
Large mammals, including humans, save much of the energy needed for running by means of elastic structures in their legs and feet1,2. Kinetic and potential energy removed from the body in the firstExpand
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Efficacy of continuous extrapleural intercostal nerve block on post-thoracotomy pain and pulmonary mechanics.
To assess the efficacy of continuous extrapleural intercostal nerve block on postoperative pain and pulmonary function, a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial was conductedExpand
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Teicoplanin: Part 1. An evaluation of the concentrations seen in serum and the subcutaneous fat of the relatively ischaemic lower limb following a single intravenous bolus.
Teicoplanin is a new antibiotic currently undergoing clinical evaluation. Consecutive patients undergoing elective vascular surgery (n = 28) were randomised to receive a single intravenous bolus ofExpand
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Teicoplanin: Part 2. Evaluation of its use in the biliary system.
Teicoplanin is a new antibiotic currently undergoing extensive investigation to evaluate its potential use in the prophylaxis and treatment of appropriate infection. To ascertain its penetration intoExpand
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Minutes of the Annual General Meeting
4 ELECIION OF NEW MEMBERS Dr M W Arthurton, Professor P T Bray, Professor F S W Brimblecombe, Dr D Clark, Dr Christine Cooper, Dr R Davie, Dr R H Jackson, Dr H R Jolly, Professor Noboru Kobayashi,Expand
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