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Comparison of chondrogenic potential in equine mesenchymal stromal cells derived from adipose tissue and bone marrow.
OBJECTIVE To compare the chondrogenic potential of adult equine mesenchymal stem cells derived from bone marrow (MSCs) or adipose tissue (ASCs). STUDY DESIGN In vitro experimental study. ANIMALSExpand
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Gender Differences and Performance in Science
On 14 Jan., Harvard University President Lawrence Summers, speaking at a meeting of the National Bureau of Economic Research, suggested that since fewer girls than boys have top scores on science andExpand
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Fully 2′‐Deoxy‐2′‐Fluoro Substituted Nucleic Acids Induce RNA Interference in Mammalian Cell Culture
RNA interference is a phenomenon in which RNA molecules elicit potent and sequence‐specific post‐transcriptional gene silencing. Recent studies have shown that small interfering RNA containingExpand
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What do adult surgical patients really want to know about pain and pain management?
This study investigates the informational content about postoperative pain and pain management that patients identify as being most important. In a descriptive quantitative study design, aExpand
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The journey of the pain resource nurse in improving pain management practices: understanding role implementation.
Pain assessment and management continues to be challenging for many nurses. Single educational interventions have proven to be unsuccessful in knowledge retention. This study will assist leaders inExpand
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Patient-controlled oral analgesia for postoperative pain management following total knee replacement.
PURPOSE To investigate whether patient-controlled oral analgesia (PCOA) used by individuals receiving a total knee replacement could reduce pain, increase patient satisfaction, reduce opioid useExpand
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Patient-controlled oral analgesia: a low-tech solution in a high-tech world.
The primary concern of surgical patients is the expected experience of pain. Presently, the standard for acute postoperative pain management is intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (PCA). ManyExpand
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Characterization of normal canine anterior cruciate ligament–associated synoviocytes
This study was designed to identify and quantify synoviocyte phenotypes enveloping the canine anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) to test the hypothesis that there are at least two synoviocyteExpand
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Development of Survey Scales for Measuring Exposure and Behavioral Responses to Disruptive Intraoperative Behavior.
OBJECTIVES Disruptive intraoperative behavior has detrimental effects to clinicians, institutions, and patients. How clinicians respond to this behavior can either exacerbate or attenuate itsExpand
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Positive and negative behaviours in workplace relationships: a scoping review protocol
Introduction Engaging in teamwork requires a clear understanding of positive and negative behaviours that act as facilitators and barriers to collegial workplace relationships. Identifying andExpand
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