Stacey Howes

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The current rate of day-case anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) in the UK remains low. Although specialised care pathways with standard operating procedures (SOPs) have been effective in reducing length of stay following some surgical procedures, this has not been previously reported for ACLR. We evaluate the effectiveness of SOPs for(More)
Angiotensin II and I significantly raised potassium and lowered sodium and chloride ion concentrations in arterial plasma, with peak changes occurring in the first 2 min of a 6-min infusion period. The octapeptide increased the arterial K+ level in a dose-dependent manner, but the response showed tachyphylaxis when multiple infusions of 6-min duration were(More)
Slices were prepared from rat forebrains and the incorporation of [3H]mannose and [35S]methionine into proteins and glycoproteins determined. The incorporation of methionine continued to increase for up to 8 hours whereas mannose incorporation was maximal between 2 and 4 hours and declined thereafter. Glycopeptides prepared by pronase digestion of(More)
BACKGROUND This study aimed to examine end-of-treatment outcomes of severe Class II Division I malocclusion patients treated with surgical or non-surgical approaches. This study tests the hypotheses that occlusal outcomes (ABO-OGS) and cephalometric outcomes differ between these groups. METHODS A total of 60 patients were included: 20 of which underwent(More)
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