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Randomized trial of OFIRMEV versus placebo for pain management after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy.
BACKGROUND OFIRMEV is an intravenous form of acetaminophen approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as an antipyretic and treatment of mild to moderate pain alone or in conjunction withExpand
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Racial disparity in survival from early breast cancer in the department of defense healthcare system
Racial disparity is often identified as a factor in survival from breast cancer in the United States. Current data regarding survival in patients treated in the Department of Defense MilitaryExpand
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Does Preoperative Weight Change Predict Postoperative Weight Loss After Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy?
Background: Some institutions and insurance companies mandate a preoperative weight loss regimen prior to bariatric surgery. Previous studies suggest little to no correlation between preoperative andExpand
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Race, Religion, and Reinscription: The Paradoxes and Potentials of the Study of Islam in America
A review essay on the recent works of Erik Love, Islamophobia and Racism in America (New York: New York University Press, 2017); John O'Brien, Keeping it Halal: The Everyday Lives of Muslim AmericanExpand
Institutional Improvement in Weight Loss after Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy
Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is a recent addition to the bariatric surgery armamentarium. It has been demonstrated to be an efficacious stand-alone bariatric procedure in regard to weightExpand
Finding fīlmfārsī: Reevaluations of Pre-Revolutionary Iranian Cinema
This article reviews two books: Pedram Partovi's Popular Iranian Cinema before the Revolution: Family and Nation in Filmfārsī, and Golbar Rekabtalaei, Iranian Cosmopolitanism: A Cinematic History.
An Apocalyptic History of the Early Fatimid Empire, by Jamel A. Velji, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2016, xii + 172 pp., £70.00 (hardback), ISBN 978 0 7486 9088 6
religious community in which texts had mainly a ritual function and no authority in themselves’ (170). On the part of contemporary scholars, Müller is seen as presenting a highly selective view ofExpand
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