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Neuropsychological change and S-100 protein release in 130 unselected patients undergoing cardiac surgery.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE S-100 protein promises to be a valuable surrogate end point for cerebral injury. This is of particular interest within the context of cardiac surgery. We sought to explore theExpand
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Predicting erectile function outcome in men after radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer
What's known on the subject? and What does the study add?
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Identifying patients who require a change in their current acute migraine treatment: the Migraine Assessment of Current Therapy (Migraine-ACT) questionnaire
SUMMARY Background: Currently available measures of the efficacy of acute migraine medications are not frequently used in primary care. They may be too burdensome and complicated for routine use.Expand
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Clinical Investigation of Medicinal Products for the Treatment of Migraine
Below we summarise ten points to consider as clear, precise and practical aids for clinical investigators and regulators for clinical studies in migraine: 1. Trials should specify headache type, e.g.Expand
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Comparative Central Nervous System Effects and Pharmacokinetics of Neu‐metoclopramide and Metoclopramide in Healthy Volunteers
Metoclopramide, a drug used for the relief of nausea and emesis, is currently under development as a radio‐ and chemosensitizing agent. Its usefulness in high doses, however, is limited by itsExpand
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Identifying patients who require a change in their current acute migraine treatment: the Migraine Assessment of Current Therapy (Migraine-ACT) questionnaire
Abstract.The aim of the study was to design and test a new, easy to use, assessment tool, the Migraine Assessment of Current Therapy (Migraine-ACT), for identifying patients who require a change inExpand
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Resuscitation decisions among hospital physicians and intensivists.
The decision to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) remains one of the most important and difficult decisions a physician must make. This study examined differences in CPR decision makingExpand
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Validation of a bespoke food record card as a method of recording dietary intake in Royal Marine recruits
The high-tempo environment of Royal Marine (RM) recruit training is such that standard methods of dietary assessment are inappropriate. A novel approach is required that is: (1) quick and simple toExpand
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Validation of a modified FFQ for assessing food and nutrient intake in military personnel
As shown in the Table, mean macro- and micronutrient intakes were comparable between the two methods, with no significant differences found for any of the nutrients studied (paired t tests). DataExpand
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Future meetings
l February/March 2002 – Introductory course on medical statistics (further details to be confirmed) l Tuesday 15 January 2002 – ‘Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research’ Institute of Biology,Expand