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Identification of compounds with anti-West Nile Virus activity
Geological age of the Ptilophyllum flora; a critical reassessment
Nira (Co 86032) - a new variety of sugarcane for Maharashtra
Occurrence of Eutrichophilus mexicanus (Rudow, 1866) and Eutrichophilus lobatus (Ewing, 1936) (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae) on Sphiggurus villosus (Cuvier, 1825) (Rodentia: Erethizontidae) in Rio de
An assessment of water quality of river ganga at garhmukteshwar ghaziabad uttar pradesh india
The identity of the lipstick mold of cultivated mushrooms agaricus bisporus
Comparison of rice bran and maize bran as feeds for growing and fattening pigs
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
Studies on feeding of tapioca thippi (tapioca or cassava starch waste) to swine
Effects of drum rolling on yield of summer groundnut
Integrated farming system for gardenland conditions of Coimbatore district - an over view
Influence of a decision analysis model on selection of drug therapy
Comparative performance of West Coast Tall and Lakshadweep Ordinary cultivars of coconut
Evaluation of WCT coconut and Komadan coconut
Cellars as hibernation sites for bats
Donkioporia expansa - A lesser known wood destroyer in buildings
The Bangla adaptation of Mini-Mental State Examination (BAMSE): An instrument to assess cognitive function in illiterate and literate individuals
Enterobacter amnigenus. An unusual human pathogen
'Rajeshwari' - a high-yielding white seeded variety of sesame for Andhra Pradesh
Gymnosperms of Sikkim, India
The great Coalinga cricket invasion
Psoriasis: correlation between severity index (PASI) and quality of life index (DLQI) in patients assessed before and after systemic treatment
Real-time PCR assays for the specific detection of monkeypox virus West African and Congo Basin strain DNA
Classification of fermented foods: worldwide review of household fermentation techniques
The biology of human starvation: some new insights

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'Finding a good thing': the use of quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate an exercise class and promote exercise for adults with mobility impairments
, Disability and Rehabilitation 21(9): 438-447 (1999)

'Fine little health insurer' quietly turns 55
, National Underwriter. Life and Health Insurance Edition 82(32): 4-6 (1978)

'Fingerprinting' of HLA-DQA by polymerase chain reaction and heteroduplex analysis
, Molecular and Cellular Probes 10(2): 123-127 (1996)

'Fire safety audit' adds innovative dimension to fire safety program
, Health Care Security and Safety Management 2(5): 1-2 (1981)

'First class' supplies: too rich for the health care blood?
, Hospital Purchasing News: Hpn 9(1): 28-29 (1985)

'First steps': using rapid assessment and response methods to develop research, intervention and advocacy capacity for addressing drug use in Rosario City, Argentina
, International Journal on Drug Policy 11(1-2): 125-132 (2000)

'Fitness to be interviewed'--a proposed definition and scheme of examination
, Medicine Science and the Law 37(3): 228-234 (1997)

'Flash pulmonary oedema'--a diagnosis for both the cardiologist and the nephrologist?
, Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 16(7): 1311-1313 (2001)

'Flat tax' raises interesting questions
, Modern Healthcare 25(41): 98 100 (1995)

'Flaunt a noisy pride' in your work
, Elderly Care 8(1): 39 (1996)

'Floating pelvis'. A combination of bilateral hip dislocation with a lumbar ligamentous disruption
, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. British Volume 81(2): 309-311 (1999)

'Floating support': implications for interprofessional working
, Journal of Interprofessional Care 16(4): 311-322 (2002)

'Floor nursing' at the start of rehabilitation--report of experiences. Mattress camping for the brain damaged
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 89(4): 69-73 (1996)

'Flu' and structure-based drug design
, Structure 5(9): 1139-1145 (1997)

'Fluxes' and chemical solubility in dental porcelains
, Journal of Dental Technology: the Peer-Reviewed Publication of the National Association of Dental Laboratories 17(2): 19-21 (2000)

'Flying hospital' ready for OR procedures after 700-mile trips
, Emergency department news: EDN 4(12): 10 (1982)

'Focus on our human bond'
, Iapac Monthly 8(1): 5-7 (2002)

'Focusing' patient-focused restructuring for a health care system
, Healthcare Information Management: Journal of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society of the American Hospital Association 9(4): 39-48 (1995)

'Foetal valproate syndrome and autism: additional evidence of an association'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 43(12): 847 (2001)

'Following doctor's orders' is not a good defense for RN. Case on point: Meloy v. Bachmeier, 2001 WL 1160446 N.W.2d -ND
, Nursing law's Regan report 42(4): 4 (2001)

'Footprints' of transient ischemic attacks: a diffusion-weighted MRI study
, Cerebrovascular Diseases 14(3-4): 177-186 (2002)

'For Merit'--in medicine
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 95(6): 309-310 (2002)

'For profit,' 'nonprofit' may no longer be meaningful
, Hospital Outlook 1(4): 9 (1998)

'For the times they are a-changing'--or are they?
, Anaesthesia 55(8): 735-736 (2000)

'Forkhead' gene expression balanced on a knife-edge
, Trends in Molecular Medicine 7(2): 51 (2001)

'Fou rire prodromique' and choroidal anterior artery stroke
, Cerebrovascular Diseases 15(1-2): 149-150 (2003)

'Fou rire prodromique' as the heralding symptom of lenticular infarction, caused by dissection of the internal carotid artery in a 12-year-old boy
, European Journal of Paediatric Neurology: Ejpn: Official Journal of the European Paediatric Neurology Society 3(3): 133-136 (1999)

'Four-swab technique' for detecting bleeding following complicated breast reduction surgery
, British Journal of Plastic Surgery 54(8): 735 (2001)

'Frail Elderly' bill to provide home, community care options
, Provider 17(3): 47 (1991)

'Frank'. A case of occupational respiratory distress
, Australian Family Physician 22(5): 829 832 (1993)

'Frankenstein foods' frenzy
, South African Medical Journal 89(9): 928 (1999)

'Free omental plug': a nostalgic look at an old and dependable technique for giant peptic perforations
, Digestive Surgery 17(3): 216-218 (2000)

'Free to be' peer group supports patients with MPD/DD
, Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 35(5): 22-27 (1997)

'Fresh produce initiative' for imports proposed
, JAMA 278(18): 1481 (1997)

'Freshly washed little cherubs'
, Journal of the American Dental Association 132(8): 1078 1080 1082 (2001)

'Fried chicken' medicine: the business of primary care
, Journal of Family Practice 38(1): 68-73 (1994)

'Friend to Friend' brings non-family visitors to nursing home patients
, Today's Nursing Home 1(4): 25 (1980)

'Friendly competition' lowers costs
, OR manager 16(9): 24-25 (2000)

'Friesen' hospitals discover highly automated systems aren't fail-safe
, Modern Healthcare 10(9): 104-108 (1980)

'From instinct to self'
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 79: 604-607 (1998)

'From little things, big things grow'--a history of the development of cooperation between Aboriginal health services and the South Western Sydney Area Health Service
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 16(4): 346-352 (1993)

'From symbols to flesh: the polymorphous destiny of narration' by Julia Kristeva
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 81 Pt 6: 1253-1266 (2000)

'From the moment of conception...': the Vatican instruction on artificial procreation techniques
, Bioethics 2(4): 294-316 (1988)

'From the other side: the patient experience of outpost medicine in New Guinea during WWII.'
, Occasional Papers on Medical History Australia 6: 151-158 (1993)

'From victim to agent': the clinical and social significance of self-help group participation for people with life-threatening diseases
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 16(3): 224-231 (2002)

'Frontal lobe syndrome' caused by severe head trauma or cerebrovascular diseases
, Der Nervenarzt 70(6): 530-538 (1999)

'Frontier' hospitals fight for survival
, Modern Healthcare 25(20): 36-40 42 44 (1995)

'Frontloading' ('halfing') among Glasgow drug injectors as a continuing risk behaviour for HIV transmission
, Addiction 88(11): 1581-1582 (1993)

'Frontloading' or 'halfing' among injecting drug users in London
, Addiction 89(6): 755-756 (1994)

'Full of mercy and good fruits'
, Medical Education 37(2): 86-87 (2003)

'Fun' and accessibility win employee participation in safety training
, Hospital Security and Safety Management 18(5): 3-4 (1997)

'Fundamentally sound' FDA advisory committee system expects to use most improvement ideas
, JAMA 269(2): 198 (1993)

'Funnel light' photography of metallic objects (designed by Leon J. LeBeau)
, Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 18(4): 163-164 (1995)

'G.A. for tooth extraction for children in London'
, British Dental Journal 174(9): 311-312 (1993)

'Gateway effects': insights from economics are needed
, Addiction 97(12): 1505 (2002)

'Gene of the year' p53: when will it show clinical promise?
, Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 4(9): 706-707 (1993)

'Gene shaving' as a method for identifying distinct sets of genes with similar expression patterns
, Genome Biology 1(2): Research0003 (2000)

'Generally safe' NSAIDs?
, American Family Physician 63(4): 637 (2001)

'Generic' requests for proposals spur competition, lower prices
, Modern Healthcare 12(10): 126-128 (1982)

'Generic-view principle' for three-dimensional-motion perception: optics and inverse optics of a moving straight bar
, Perception 25(7): 797-814 (1996)

'Genetic engineering'--the manifest hazards
, New Scientist 79(1110): 34-35 (1978)

'Genetic surgery' for vascular grafts
, Molecular Medicine Today 3(7): 279 (1997)

'Gentle caring experience'. Seeking alternative health care in Canada
, Health and Place 7(3): 209-224 (2001)

'Gerodesign': safe and comfortable living spaces for older adults
, Geriatrics 49(11): 45-9; quiz 50-1 (1994)

'Gestational' diabetes mellitus--in the eye of the beholder?
, South African Medical Journal 87(2): 199-200 (1997)

'Get brighter now'
, Community Dental Health 16(3): 129-130 (1999)

'Get it on' in the millennium
, International Journal of Std and Aids 11(9): 586-587 (2000)

'Get it together,' or face greater controls
, Purchasing Administration 3(10): 10 (1979)

'Get the government out of my life'
, Journal of the American Dental Association 129(11): 1522 1524 (1998)

'Getting checked and having the test': drug injectors' perceptions of HIV testing - findings from qualitative research conducted in England
, European Addiction Research 8(2): 94-102 (2002)

'Getting in touch' with people with severe learning disabilities
, British Journal of Nursing 6(13): 751-756 (1997)

'Getting our act together' in nursing
, International Journal of Nursing Practice 5(1): 1 (1999)

'Getting really desirable things done': how the citizens of Liverpool came to be major players in the fight against tropical diseases
, Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 93(4): 423-427 (1999)

'Getting somewhere', feeling cared for: patients' perspectives on complementary therapies in the NHS
, Complementary Therapies in Medicine 8(4): 253-259 (2000)

'Getting up from here': frail older women's experiences after falling
, Rehabilitation Nursing: the Official Journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses 24(5): 201-6 211 (1999)

'Gilmore's groin'--or is it?
, British Journal of Sports Medicine 29(3): 206-208 (1995)

'Give me back managed care.' Part 1
, Managed Care 4(12): 31 (1995)

'Giveback' legislation restores funding for Medicare, Medicaid programs
, American journal of health-system pharmacy: AJHP: official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 58(3): 193 (2001)

'Giving each other energy'--harnessing valuable resources for clinical practice
, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 18(1): 2-12 (2002)

'Giving midwifery care: student midwives' views of their working role
, Midwifery 17(1): 24-34 (2001)

'Giving to get' breeds success
, Contemporary Administrator 3(7): 28-30 (1980)

'Global package' saves money but stirs criticism
, JAMA 270(8): 927 (1993)

'Global' view more than subsidiary concern for new holding company
, Modern Healthcare 12(6): 126 128 (1982)

'Glue ear' in perspective
, Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 120(2): 90-93 (2000)

'Go back ... something's wrong'
, American Journal of Nursing 94(7): 53 (1994)

'Going to the bathroom four or five times a night ...': seven men talk about their experiences of benign prostatic hyperplasia and the perioperative period
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 8(5): 542-549 (1999)

ADAM17-Mediated Ectodomain Shedding of Toll-Like Receptor 4 as a Negative Feedback Regulation in Lipopolysaccharide-Activated Aortic Endothelial Cells
, Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry: International Journal of Experimental Cellular Physiology Biochemistry and Pharmacology 45(5): 1851-1862 (2018)

'Going wrong with confidence': misleading sequence analyses of CiaB and clpX
, Molecular Microbiology 34(1): 195 (1999)

'Golden hair syndrome' vs. 'Goldenhar syndrome'
, American Family Physician 49(8): 1730 1733 (1994)

'Golf ball liver': a cause of chronic hepatitis?
, Gut 42(1): 143 (1998)

'Golfer's wrist' can be a tough break to diagnose
, JAMA 279(8): 571-572 (1998)

'Good laboratory practice' in diagnostic laboratories using nucleic acid amplification methods
, Clinical Microbiology and Infection: the Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 7(5): 227-229 (2001)

'Gossypiboma': an unusual cause of perinephric abscess
, Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 42(4): 277-278 (1997)

'Gotcha' gives way to guidance. Quality improvement behind plan to change Medicare review groups' image
, Modern Healthcare 31(51): 20 (2001)

'Government directive on infant euthanasia is ambiguous
, Ob. Gyn. News 17(16): 11 (1982)

'Government should ensure health access'
, Modern Healthcare 20(28): 4 (1990)

'Govt. block of fetal research set back in-vitro work 5 years
, Ob. Gyn. News 19(6): 1 38 (1984)

'Grave risk' of HIV exists even if victim is not infected
, Aids Policy and Law 13(6): 11 (1998)

'Graying of America' likely to drive up cost of health care
, American Medical News 21(35): 15 (1978)

'Great fleas have little fleas': Irish student midwives' views of the hierarchy in midwifery
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 38(3): 310-317 (2002)

'Green diesel'--skin irritant properties of diesel oils compared to common solvents
, Contact Dermatitis 33(5): 359-360 (1995)

'Green door, what's that secret you're keeping'!
, British Journal of Theatre Nursing: Natnews: the Official Journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses 7(11): 29-30 (1998)

'Grim' prognosis for elderly hospitalized with CHF
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 7(6): 114-115 (1999)

'Gross underestimation' of occupational HIV infection
, Aids Alert 11(1): 5-8 (1996)

'Group boycott' claim fails, but buying contract still faces antitrust challenge
, Modern Healthcare 13(10): 162 164 (1983)

'Growing' enamel
, Dentistry Today 14(11): 56-57 (1995)

'Guidance' poses challenges. Hospitals now held more accountable than ever
, Hospital Peer Review 23(6): 110-111 (1998)

'Guideline for the prevention of falls in older persons': essential reading
, Age and Ageing 31(1): 13-14 (2002)

'Guilt' and 'responsibility' must be differentiated
, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 3(5): 15 (1997)

'Gut-tie" in steers
, Veterinary Record 141(2): 55 (1997)

'Gut-tie' in steers
, Veterinary Record 140(22): 588 (1997)

'HCFA should oust more hospitals'
, Modern Healthcare 21(36): 16 (1991)

'HIV specialists': the time has come
, JAMA 278(14): 1131-1132 (1997)

'Half of hospitals' ventilator costs aren't recovered'
, Modern Healthcare 21(16): 9 (1991)

'Hallmark' cells in nodal cytotoxic lymphomas
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 24(9): 1309-1310 (2000)

'Hand dynamic injection' in electron-beam CT scanning
, Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 162(2): 471 (1994)

'Hands off chiropractic': organized medicine's attempts to restrict chiropractic in Ontario, 1900-1925
, Chiropractic history: the archives and journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic 5: 11-16 (1985)

'Hands-on practice': an examination of the evolution of clinical chiropractic
, Chiropractic History: the Archives and Journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic 5: 53-57 (1985)

'Hands-on' application tracks nursing care, results
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 11(1): 7-9 (2003)

'Hands-on' center may offer a clue to health education in the 21st century
, JAMA 276(16): 1289-1290 (1996)

'Hard to reach' Hispanics get health news via physician's radio, TV shows
, JAMA 278(4): 269-70 272 (1997)

'Harm reduction' approach may be middle ground
, JAMA 271(21): 1641-2 1644-5 (1994)

'Having a say': negotiation in fourth-generation evaluation
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 31(1): 117-125 (2000)

'He is too young to die ... and you too, doctor'
, Journal of Medical Ethics 25(5): 418 (1999)

'Head injuries'--to be transferred or not?
, Injury 25(8): 491-492 (1994)

'Heads you win, tails I lose': a critical incident study of GPs' decisions about emergency admission referrals
, Family Practice 19(6): 611-616 (2002)

'Health assessment' at school entry: performance of a system based on school nurse interviews
, Child: Care Health and Development 25(6): 421-428 (1999)

'Health fair' for seniors
, Health Management Forum 3(1): 14-22 (1982)

'Health law 2000': the legal system and the changing health care market
, Health Affairs 15(3): 9-27 (1996)

'Health of nation at stake' says Elders
, JAMA 269(19): 2486 2488 (1993)

'Health repertories': an understanding of lay management of minor ailments
, Patient Education and Counseling 47(3): 237-244 (2002)

'Health system overhaul shouldn't be top priority.'
, Modern Healthcare 20(3): 16 (1990)

'Health-for-All' in the twenty-first century: a global perspective
, National Medical Journal of India 10(2): 82-89 (1997)

'Healthcare campaign gifts total $13.6 million'
, Modern Healthcare 22(43): 10 (1992)

'Healthier communities' focuses on vision of good health
, Provider 19(6): 60 (1993)

'Healthy viewing?': experiencing life and death through a voyeuristic gaze
, Nursing Ethics 7(1): 15-22 (2000)

'Heart's Desire' program gives residents a lift
, Provider 25(10): 20 23 (1999)

'Hello, my name is Gabriel, I am the house officer, may I examine you?' or the Objective Santa Christmas Examination (OSCE)
, Medical Education 33(12): 915-919 (1999)

'Help' phones in hospital parking facilities not just for emergencies
, Hospital Security and Safety Management 20(2): 4 (1999)

'Helping thyself' to mental health
, Innovations 7(1): 18-21 (1980)

'Here's the weavery looming up': verbal humour in a woman with high-functioning autism
, Autism: the International Journal of Research and Practice 5(2): 111-125 (2001)

'Hidden acids'
, British Dental Journal 174(5): 159 (1993)

'Hidden caries' and radiographic studies in children's teeth
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Tandheelkunde 104(2): 61-63 (1997)

'Hidden' spending on community services
, British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 162: 569 (1993)

'High dose' aprotinin and heparin-coated circuits: clinical efficacy and inflammatory response
, Cardiovascular Surgery 7(1): 117-127 (1999)

'High throughput' solid-phase extraction technology and turbo ionspray LC-MS-MS applied to the determination of haloperidol in human plasma
, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 20(6): 889-898 (1999)

'High touch' approach lowers C-section rates
, Quality Letter for Healthcare Leaders 10(7): 14 (1998)

'High touch,' not high tech
, Revolution 3(4): 18-20 (2002)

'High' anorectal malformation in boys: need for clarity of definition and management
, Journal of Pediatric Surgery 37(11): 1637-1639 (2002)

'High-pertension'--the uses of a chronic folk illness for personal adaptation
, Social Science and Medicine 37(3): 285-294 (1993)

'Highstepping' exercise program promotes strength, self-esteem
, Provider 19(1): 47 (1993)

'History will judge us harshly if we fail'
, Iapac Monthly 6(9): 256-261 (2000)

'Hit list' of infection control measures compiled
, Infection Control Digest 2(1): 1-2 (1981)

'Hold the Mayo': solid facts or pulp fiction?
, Annals of oncology: official journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 11(8): 919-920 (2000)

'Hold up' and the gum elastic bougie
, Anaesthesia 58(1): 103 (2003)

'Holding it lightly': the co-operative inquiry group: a method for developing educational materials
, Medical Education 35(12): 1108-1114 (2001)

'Holiday room' comforts residents, provides therapeutic environment
, Provider 18(12): 48 (1992)

'Holism' in the discourse of nursing
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 18(11): 1688-1695 (1993)

'Holy Secrets'
, New York Times Magazine 1988: 57-58 (1988)

'Home hypertension': exploring the inverse white coat response
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 48(433): 1491-1495 (1998)

'Homeopathy' it is
, Complementary Therapies in Medicine 8(3): 150 (2000)

'Homework' is crucial to staying within your construction budgets
, Health Facilities Management 4(2): 16-19 (1991)

'Homey' touches, special care. Design trends offer cleaning and product selection challenges for ES managers
, Health Facilities Management 15(4): 33-35 (2002)

'Homo rudolfensis' Alexeev, 1986-fact or phantom?
, Journal of Human Evolution 36(1): 115-118 (1999)

'Hooligans' abroad? Inter-group dynamics, social identity and participation in collective 'disorder' at the 1998 World Cup Finals
, British Journal of Social Psychology 40(Pt 3): 359-384 (2001)

'Horses for Courses': the differences between quantitative and qualitative approaches to research
, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 92(3): 159-169 (2002)

'Hospital Audiences'--entertaining patients
, Psychiatric News 14(16): 8-9 (1979)

'Hospital RTC' proposed to protect N.Y. facilities
, Modern Healthcare 25(36): 48 (1995)

'Hospital bashing'--press and politicians accused
, Australian Hospital 1978(17): 1 (1978)

'Hospital of future' rises in Birmingham
, Managed Care 10(6): 60-61 (2001)

'Hospital of stars' seeks to discard Hollywood image
, Health Care Week 2(4): 12 (1978)

'Hospital of the future' to replace aging facility
, Hospital Material Dollar Sign Management 26(5): 8-9 (2001)

'Hospital watch' teaches employees, neighbors crime awareness/prevention
, Hospital Security and Safety Management 4(2): 1-3 (1983)

'Hospital watch': staff, public cooperate to spot crime
, Hospital Risk Management 5(5): 67-68 (1983)

'Hospitals are extremely dangerous ...more people die in them than elsewhere'
, Health and Social Service Journal 89(4623): 11 (1979)

'Hospitals need to involve doctors in leadership'
, Modern Healthcare 21(30): 16 (1991)

'Hospitals overpaid for IME (indirect medical education) costs'
, Modern Healthcare 21(23): 8 (1991)

'Hospitals should do more to get tax exemptions'
, Modern Healthcare 20(25): 2-3 (1990)

'Hot tub folliculitis'. Test the waters--and the patient--for Pseudomonas
, Postgraduate Medicine 106(4): 43-46 (1999)

'Hotline' reveals bills leaving bad impression
, Michigan Hospitals 26(8): 23-24 (1990)

'How can I know what I think till I see what I say?' Evaluating health care structure
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 15(3): 248-258 (1992)

'How can we know the dancer from the dance?': hyperbole in hysteria
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 77: 679-688 (1996)

'How could someone like me have a nervous breakdown?'
, Nursing Times 98(7): 23-24 (2002)

'How d'you know it's me'?
, Paediatric Nursing 10(2): 27-28 (1998)

'How do you find veins in people with very "fatty" arms or who seem to have very small (fragile) veins? Also, it is very hard to find cannulae narrower than 20G.'
, Saad Digest 16(1): 19-20 (1999)

'How has your feminine perspective influenced your work'?
, Creative Nursing 5(1): 4 (1999)

'Human Life' hearings close with warnings
, Ob. Gyn. News 169(15): 2 29 (1981)

'Human' and animal insulin compared--a thorough comparison?
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 18(2): 165-166 (2001)

'Humandrama' in the treatment of hospitalized alcoholics
, Alcohol Health and Research World 4(1): 43-47 (1979)

'Hybrid' Bariatric Surgery: Bilio-pancreatic Diversion and Duodenal Switch- Preliminary Experience
, Obesity Surgery 5(4): 419-423 ( 1995)

'Hyde decision denies equal health care access'
, Ob. Gyn. News 15(15): 1+ (1980)

'Hydrocortisone alcohol'
, Contact Dermatitis 29(1): 53 (1993)

'Hygienic articles, patent medicines and rubber goods': markets and meanings in early-twentieth century Netherlands
, Clio Medica 66: 183-202 (2002)

'Hyper-priming' in thought-disordered schizophrenic patients
, Psychological Medicine 31(2): 221-229 (2001)

'Hypertension resistant to two-drug treatment' is a useful criterion to select patients for angiography: the 'Dutch Renal Artery Stenosis Intervention Cooperative' (DRASTIC) study
, Contributions to Nephrology 119: 54-58 (1996)

'I always seem to be there'--a qualitative study of frequent attenders
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 50(458): 716-723 (2000)

'I am faithful, I do not give out'. Walt Whitman, Civil War poet--and nurse
, American Journal of Nursing 100(10): 48-49 (2000)

'I can't carry on like this'
, Nursing Times 95(47): 15 (1999)

'I can't go on, I'll go on'
, Drug Discovery Today 6(23): 1198 (2001)

'I can't stress enough how devastating...'. are our borders safe against foot-and-mouth?
, U.S. News and World Report 130(12): 52 (2001)

'I couldn't have known': accountability, foreseeability and counterfactual denials of responsibility
, British Journal of Social Psychology 39: 313-325 (2000)

'I do not feel that I am helpful'; Lucas Maillette de Buy Wenniger, dermatologist and urologist at Arnhem (1901-1903)
, Gewina 19(4): 246-262 (1996)

'I don't have any other choice': spouses' experiences of placing a partner in a care home for older people in Sweden
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 32(5): 1178-1186 (2000)

'I don't smoke now'
, Nursing times 96(49): 9 (2000)

'I don't want to be a psychiatric nurse': an exploration of factors inhibiting recruitment to psychiatric nursing in Ireland
, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 7(1): 79-87 (2000)

'I feel a fraud': men and their experiences of acute admission following chest pain
, Nursing in Critical Care 4(2): 67-73 (1999)

'I feel much possessed with the wounded & sick soldiers': an unpublished Walt Whitman letter
, Notes and Queries 42(2): 195-196 (1995)

'I forget myself': the case for the provision of culturally sensitive respite services for minority ethnic carers of older people
, Journal of Public Health Medicine 20(2): 221-226 (1998)

'I got a letter...' a qualitative study of women's reasoning about attendance in a cervical cancer screening programme in urban Sweden
, Psycho-Oncology 10(1): 76-87 (2001)

'I had lost all joy and hope'
, Newsweek 138(1): 28-29 (2001)

'I have him back again'. The controversial operation behind him, the world's second artificial-heart recipient faces a new life
, Newsweek 104(25): 74-77 (1984)

'I have set before you life and death ... now choose life'
, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy: Ajhp: Official Journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 52(23): 2728-2729 (1995)

'I helped her on her way
, Newsweek 62(19): 101 (1988)

'I just want some Valium, Doc'
, Australian Family Physician 27(9): 817-821 (1998)

'I know your name but not your face': explaining modality-based differences in access to biographical knowledge in a patient with retrograde amnesia
, Neurocase 7(3): 189-199 (2001)

'I love my work, but ... ': the 'best' and the 'worst' in nurse educators' working life in Finland
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 23(6): 1098-1109 (1996)

'I love my work.'
, Provider 23(7): 72-73 (1997)

'I need a referral'
, Postgraduate Medicine 100(2): 29-30 (1996)

'I need scientists!'
, Newsweek 139(19): 42-44 (2001)

'I never even gave it a second thought': PGCE students' attitudes towards the inclusion of children with speech and language impairments
, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 37(4): 475-489 (2002 )

'I never thought I'd sell my practice'
, Managed Care 3(12): 22-4 29 (1994)

'I only get up once a night now'
, Nursing Times 93(5): 82 (1997)

'I really feel I've let him down': supporting family carers during long-term care placement for elders
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 31(4): 759-767 (2000)

'I remember it well': oral history in the history of pharmacy
, Social History of Medicine: the Journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 10(2): 331-343 (1997)

'I saw the panic rise in her eyes, and evidence-based medicine went out of the door.' An exploratory qualitative study of the barriers to secondary prevention in the management of coronary heart disease
, Family Practice 19(6): 605-610 (2002)

'I say condom, you say rubber': communicating sexual topics to adolescent patients
, Texas Medicine 89(4): 57-58 (1993)

'I think I can ... I thought I could ... I did'
, Journal of the American Dental Association 130(11): 1549-50 1552 (1999)

'I think I can ... I thought I could'
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'I think I know what's wrong but I don't know the way to a solution'
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'I think about it all the time'
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'I think we have a series of problems--not all on the pay front ...'
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'I thought I was a dreadful mother'
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'I told you so.' For-profits laud GAO report; critics call it superficial
, Modern Healthcare 27(46): 2-3 (1997)

'I wanna be like Mike (or Gary, or Fiona)!' by Caveman
, Journal of Cell Science 114(Pt 10): 1795-1796 (2001)

'I want peace of mind for families'. Clinton tackles some of the queries you posed
, U.S. News and World Report 115(12): 52 (1993)

'I want to be a nurse, but...': a student's experience of clinical placements
, Paediatric Nursing 14(8): 34 (2002)

'I wanted to be a nurse ... but I didn't get that far': women with serious ongoing mental health problems speak about their lives
, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 5(6): 505-513 (1998)

'I was regarded as one of the girls'
, Nursing Times 97(10): 26 (2001)

'I wish I had been an accountant.'
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'I wished I was the patient'. An evaluation of a complementary medicine module for third year medical students
, Medical Education 34(2): 159 (2000)

'I would if I could': how oncologists and oncology nurses address spiritual distress in cancer patients
, Psycho-Oncology 8(5): 451-458 (1999)

'I'd never even thought about joining a union'
, Managed Care 7(10): 44-6 49 (1998)

'I'd rather have been a parish surgeon than a union one'
, Society for the Social History of Medicine Bulletin 38: 68-73 (1986)

'I'll say I'm suicidal'. The mentally ill struggle through the maze of managed care
, U.S. News and World Report 124(2): 63-66 (1998)

'I'll worry about that when it comes along': osteoporosis, a meaningful issue for women at mid-life?
, Health Education Research 15(2): 153-162 (2000)

'I'm a registered nurse'
, American Journal of Nursing 97(1): 54 (1997)

'I'm going home to die'
, Creative Nursing 6(3): 16 (2000)

'I'm just here for my blood pressure pills, doc'
, Australian Family Physician 27(4): 243-247 (1998)

'I'm on edge all the time': residents' experiences of living in an integrated nursing home
, Australian journal of advanced nursing: a quarterly publication of the Royal Australian Nursing Federation 13(3): 7-11 (1996)

'I'm still waiting...': barriers to accessing cardiac rehabilitation services
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 40(4): 421-431 (2002)

'I've got tummy ache in my head'. Communicating with sick children
, Paediatric Nursing 11(2): 21-23 (1999)

'I, me, mine': bodies, parts, and property
, Medical Law International 3(4): 299-317 (1998)

'Icebreaker' clears way for gun control efforts
, JAMA 271(1): 11-12 (1994)

'Ideal' microbicide may be best form of protection
, AIDS alert 14(2): Suppl 3-4 (1999)

'Identical' twins with discordant karyotypes
, Prenatal Diagnosis 19(1): 72-76 (1999)

'Identities ascertained': British ophthalmology in the first half of the nineteenth century
, Social History of Medicine: the Journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 9(3): 313-333 (1996)

'Idiopathic' chronic gastric volvulus
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 66(9): 647-649 (1996)

'If I had a friend in a wheelchair': children's thoughts on disabilities
, Child: Care Health and Development 27(3): 223-240 (2001)

'If I had a hammer': the trials & tribulations of a nurse researcher
, Tennessee Nurse 56(1): 28 (1993)

'If cytokines be the food of love': hypothesis on the physiology of love
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 87(4): 195-196 (1994)

'If only we had somewhere to turn ...' the service needs of people with acquired brain injury in a rural community
, Australian Journal of Rural Health 4(4): 232-236 (1996)

'If this is what it's doing to our washing, what is it doing to our lungs?' Industrial pollution and public understanding in north-east England
, Social Science and Medicine 41(6): 883-891 (1995)

'If you don't take a temperature...'
, Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 99(4): 202 (1999)

'If you pay, we'll operate immediately'
, Journal of Medical Ethics 26(5): 305-311 (2000)

'If you want something, just do it!'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 126(11): 386 (2001)

'Ikigai' in older Japanese people
, Age and Ageing 28(3): 323-324 (1999)

'Ilko dacowo:' canine enucleation and dental sequelae in Somali children
, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 10(4): 290-297 (2000)

'Imi Hale: establishing an inheritance for Native Hawaiians on cancer awareness, research and training
, Pacific Health Dialog 8(2): 436-445 (2001)

'Immunomers'--novel 3'-3'-linked CpG oligodeoxyribonucleotides as potent immunomodulatory agents
, Nucleic Acids Research 30(20): 4460-4469 (2002)

'Immunonutrition' works magic in ICUs, reducing infections, total resource use
, Clinical resource management 1(2): 22-24 (2000)

'Imprinting and Growth Congress' 2002, London, UK
, Placenta 24(1): 119-121 (2003)

'Improved sensitivity of direct microscopy for detection of acid-fast bacilli in sputum in developing countries
, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 92(4): 415-416 (1998)

'Improving NHS dentistry'
, Primary Dental Care: Journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners 2(2): 36-38 (1995)

'In a dark time, the eye begins to see'
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 38(2): 137-154 (1993)

'In her vapours ... [or] indeed in her madness'? Mrs Clerke's case: an early eighteenth century psychiatric controversy
, History of Psychiatry 1(1 Pt 1): 125-143 (1990)

'In only four weeks...'
, Fda Consumer 9(5): 25-29 (1975)

'In silico' simulation of biological processes. Chair's introduction
, Novartis Foundation Symposium 247: 1-3 (2002)

'In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king', Erasmus (1466-1536)
, British Journal of Anaesthesia 82(6): 820-821 (1999)

'In the event of nuclear war
, Medical World News 26(14): 28 (1985)

'In the safety of your own home': results from a national survey on gun use at home
, Social Science and Medicine 50(2): 285-291 (2000)

'In vitro' antiviral activity of neem (Azadirachta indica. A. Juss) leaf extract against group B coxsackieviruses
, Journal of Communicable Diseases 31(2): 79-90 (1999)

'In vivo diagnosis of Hallervorden-Spatz disease'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 38(4): 372-373 (1996)

'In vivo' size of knitted Dacron prostheses (Gelseal) used in the thoracic aorta: a computed tomography study
, Cardiovascular Surgery 4(2): 205-206 (1996)

'In-lay' duraplasty: a useful method of effective dural closure
, British Journal of Neurosurgery 15(6): 533-535 (2001)

'In-vitro fertilization legally, ethically acceptable'
, Ob. Gyn. News 18(24): 30 (1983)

'In-work' training
, Veterinary Record 133(21): 531 (1993)

'Inappropriate' attendance at an accident and emergency department by adults registered in local general practices: how is it related to their use of primary care?
, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 7(3): 160-165 (2002)

'Inappropriate' attenders at accident and emergency departments I: definition, incidence and reasons for attendance
, Family Practice 15(1): 23-32 (1998)

'Inappropriate' attenders at accident and emergency departments II: health service responses
, Family Practice 15(1): 33-37 (1998)

'Inappropriate' gifts waning? Drug companies, and docs, too, rethink a practice
, Modern Healthcare 32(5): 22 (2002)

'Inclined abstainers': a problem for predicting health-related behaviour
, British Journal of Social Psychology 37: 151-165 (1998)

'Inclusion body'-myositis
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 142(11): 553-557 (1998)

'Incompetence' and consent
, Ob. Gyn. News 12(21): 20-21 (1977)

'Independent practitioners' answer only to the patient
, Dental Economics - Oral Hygiene 87(11): 74-76 (1997)

'Individuality' in surgical pathology
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 25(8): 1103-4; author reply 1104-6 (2001)

'Individuality' in the specialty of surgical pathology
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 25(8): 1100-1; author reply 1104-6 (2001)

'Individuality' in the specialty of surgical pathology: self-expression or just another source of diagnostic error?
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 24(11): 1573-1576 (2000)

'Indolent' plasmacytoma
, Australasian Radiology 45(4): 531-533 (2001)

'Infant Doe': a hospital ethics committee can help
, Washington Post 1983: A15 (1983)

'Infirmary' chapter approved for AHC Manual
, Jcah Perspectives. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals 5(3): 8-10 (1985)

'Inflammation or sepsis' is not the actual question in reactive arthritis
, British Journal of Rheumatology 33(2): 199-200 (1994)

'Inflammometry' with nitric oxide in exhaled air: a new test for lung diseases
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 145(20): 946-950 (2001)

'Information highway' for family physicians
, American Family Physician 49(4): 749 (1994)

'Information systems vital'
, New Zealand Health and Hospital 43(2): 14 17 (1991)

'Informed consent' and prerandomization
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 144(27): 1301-1303 (2000)

'Informed consent' for medical care also safeguards retarded patients
, Modern Healthcare 13(3): 120 (1983)

'Informed consent' to medical procedures
, Medicine Science and the Law 15(2): 124-132 (1975)

'Informed' consent of IRB members
, Bulletin of Medical Ethics No. 144: 16-17 (1998)

'Infront outback' goes national
, Australian Journal of Rural Health 8(3): 180-182 (2000)

'Inmates need AIDS education'
, Modern Healthcare 21(15): 28 (1991)

'Inoculation injuries in the Lothian region'
, British Dental Journal 176(11): 412 (1994)

'Insanity' law in New Zealand
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 33(4): 604-606 (1999)

'Insiders' on hospital boards worrisome
, Modern Healthcare 29(17): 2-3 6 (1999)

'Instilling the strength to fight the pain and get on with life': learning to become an arthritis self-manager through an adult education programme
, Health Education Research 14(4): 533-544 (1999)

'Insuring' a correct differential diagnosis--a 'forensic' collaborative experience
, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 36(Suppl): 58-63 (2001)

'Integrated' medical care combines allopathic and alternative treatments
, National Medical Journal of India 10(3): 146-147 (1997)

'Interdisciplinary' and 'multidisciplinary' are not synonymous
, Injury prevention: journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention 1(2): 65-66 (1995)

'Interim controls' on movement of livestock
, Veterinary Record 150(2): 31 (2002)

'Into whatever houses I enter'. HIV and injecting drug use
, JAMA 271(2): 151-152 (1994)

'Intravenous immunoglobulin treatment in childhood Guillain-Barré syndrome'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 39(6): 425 (1997)

'Introduction': a hospitalwide orientation program for new employees
, Cross-Reference 5(2): 1-5 ( 1975)

'Invisible' epidemic now becoming visible as HIV/AIDS pandemic reaches adolescents
, JAMA 270(1): 16 18-9 (1993)

'Invisible' resource: women for boards
, Harvard Business Review 58(2): 6-8 12-4 18 (1980)

'Involvement' and 'unhurried pace' caused doctor's decision to stay in small town
, Urban Health 9(7): 44-45 (1980)

'Irrational' prescription system must be changed
, British Journal of Nursing 11(1): 11 (2002)

'Is MDMA a human neurotoxin?': diverse views from the discussants
, Neuropsychobiology 42(1): 42-48 (2000)

'Is anybody listening?' The experiences of widowhood for older Australian women
, Journal of Women and Aging 12(3-4): 155-176 (2000)

'Is there a doctor in the house?' a health planner asks
, Medical World News 21(8): 102 (1980)

'Is there a doctor on board?' The need for airlines and doctors to share a collective responsibility for medical safety
, International Journal of Clinical Practice 52(8): 527-528 (1998)

'Is there a role for adjuvant pelvic radiotherapy after radical hysterectomy in early stage cervical cancer?'
, International Journal of Gynecological Cancer: Official Journal of the International Gynecological Cancer Society 2(1): 56 (1992)

'Is there such a thing as defensive nursing practice?'
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 15(4): 382-391 (1992)

'Is this mole all right'?
, Practitioner 242(1585): 254-6 260-2 264 Passim (1998)

'Is this treatment worth while?' How to read the medical journals
, South African Medical Journal 90(1): 37-39 (2000)

'Is this what life is going to be like?' The story of a 34 year old man (T) who suffered a severe head injury after a fall
, Disability and Rehabilitation 22(10): 471-477 (2000)

'Is' and 'ought,' fact and value: a relational developmental perspective
, New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2000(89): 77-91 (2000)

'It begins with the goose and ends with the goose': medical, legal, and lay understandings of imbecility in Ingram v Wyatt, 1824-1832
, Social history of medicine: the journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 11(3): 361-380 (1998)

'It comes together at the end': the impact of a one-year subject in Nursing Inquiry on philosophies of nursing
, Nursing Inquiry 5(4): 268-278 (1998)

'It is a different war to fight here in Sweden'--the impact of involuntary migration on the health of refugee families in transition
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 16(3): 292-301 (2002)

'It is especially a question of attentive and systematic working'--new manual cytostatics
, Tvz: Het Vakblad Voor de Verpleging 108(1): 9-11 (1998)

'It is quite clear that politicians will never relinquish their control...'
, Health and Social Service Journal 88(4579): 188-191 (1978)

'It teaches you what to expect in future ... ': interprofessional learning on a training ward for medical, nursing, occupational therapy and physiotherapy students
, Medical Education 36(4): 337-344 (2002)

'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...'
, Southern Medical Journal 94(1): 33-35 (2001)

'It would be good to know you're not alone': the health care needs of women with menstrual symptoms
, Family Practice 14(3): 249-254 (1997)

'It'll only hurt for a little while.' Managing procedural pain in children
, Paediatric Anaesthesia 6(4): 249-250 (1996)

'It's a lifeline'
, Elderly Care 8(1): 13-15 (1996)

'It's about safe care'. Nurses strike Tenet-owned St. Vincent over mandatory overtime
, Revolution 1(2): 10 (2000)

'It's happening at Rush' wins top PRSA award. Integrated marketing effort boosts Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's
, Profiles in Healthcare Marketing 18(4): 33-9 3 (2002)

'It's like Enron'. FPA, other physician practice management companies hear death knell
, Modern Healthcare 32(7): 12 (2002)

'It's not all in your head': irritable bowel syndrome
, American Journal of Nursing 101(1): 26-33; Quiz 34 (2001)

'It's not my job'. Unlicensed assistive personnel should help with tasks, not patient assessment
, American Journal of Nursing 100(6): 25 (2000)

'It's not the same as him being at home': creating caring partnerships following nursing home placement
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 8(6): 723-730 (1999)

'It's the best of two evils': a study of patients' perceived information needs about oral steroids for asthma
, Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 2(3): 185-194 (1999)

'It's the denominator, stupid'
, Mgma Connexion 2(3): 20-21 (2002)

'It's the first scientific evidence': men's experience of pregnancy confirmation
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 39(6): 563-570 (2002)

'Jackhammer' could crush cost of treating kidney stones
, Modern Healthcare 21(23): 19 (1991)

'Jhum-jhum'--a common paraesthesia in leprosy
, Leprosy Review 72(1): 100-101 (2001)

'Joint camp' gets patients back on their feet
, Or Manager 12(11): 1 9-1,10 (1996)

'Joint planning hasn't gone to the roots of the way mental health services are constructed.'
, Health and Social Service Journal 88(4573): 8-10 (1978)

'Joint' venture boosts referrals. Hospital stems outmigration by promoting itself and orthopedic practice. Terre Haute Regional Hospital
, Profiles in healthcare marketing 1993(52): 2-7 (1993)

'Journal of Orthodontics'--a change of outlook
, Journal of Orthodontics 27(1): 67-68 (2000)

'Jumping' cross finger flaps: a useful technique for salvaging parts in mutilating hand injuries
, British Journal of Plastic Surgery 53(6): 488-490 (2000)

'Junk' adds to pile of bond issues
, Modern Healthcare 25(48): 58 60 (1995)

'Jury is out' on value of combination GI test panel
, Cap Today 12(6): 26-8 32 (1998)

'Just a scratch': harmless, but not necessarily trivial
, Anaesthesia 48(12): 1120 (1993)

'Just grin and bear it and hope that it will go away': coping with urinary symptoms from pelvic radiotherapy
, European Journal of Cancer Care 4(4): 158-165 (1995)

'Just tell me .... which knob do I press to cancel the alarm?'
, British Journal of Theatre Nursing: Natnews: the Official Journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses 7(5): 21 (1997)

'Just the ticket': case studies, reflections and clinical supervision (Part III)
, Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 5(2): 42-45 (1999)

'Just the ticket': integrating massage and reflexology in practice (Part I)
, Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 4(6): 156-159 (1998)

'Just the ticket': the findings of a pilot complementary therapy service (Part II)
, Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 5(1): 15-18 (1999)

'Just think of it as tomorrow'. News for the world of education
, Tennessee Nurse 57(1): 25 (1994)

'KINFITSIM'--a software to fit kinetic data to a user selected mechanism
, Computers and Chemistry 26(4): 379-386 (2002)

'Keep asking things' capturing clinical ideas
, Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 6(4): 19-21 (1998)

'Keep your eye on the ball! is aimed at ensuring football players and supporters are aware of testicular cancer'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 16(38): 25 (2002)

'Keeping the eye on the ball': the legacy of John Whiting (1929-2001) in sport science
, Journal of sports sciences 20(2): 79-82 (2002)

'Keeping the saucers spinning'
, British Journal of Orthodontics 22(4): 367 (1995)

'Ketogenic diet and surgery'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 43(12): 847-848 (2001)

'Kickbacks'
, South African Medical Journal 88(1): 56-57 (1998)

'Killing the angel in the house': creativity, femininity and aggression
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 79: 757-774 (1998)

'Kinder oder Keine-Entscheiden wir alleine': on the abolition of the law against abortion and the patriarchal need to protect embryos
, Reproductive and Genetic Engineering 2(1): 1-9 (1989)

'Kiss, cuddle, squeeze': the experiences and meaning of touch among parents of children with autism attending a Touch Therapy Programme
, Journal of Child Health Care: for Professionals Working with Children in the Hospital and Community 6(3): 171-181 (2002)

'Kits' of anti-tubercular drugs
, National Medical Journal of India 9(6): 300 (1996)

ADAM17 participates in the protective effect of paeoniflorin on mouse brain microvascular endothelial cells
, Journal of Cellular Physiology 233(12): 9320-9329 (2018)

ADAM17 promotes cell migration and invasion through the integrin β1 pathway in hepatocellular carcinoma
, Experimental Cell Research 370(2): 373-382 (2018)

'Knowing the patient': a review of research on an emerging concept
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 23(6): 1142-1146 (1996)

'Knowing your place': student midwives' views of relationships in midwifery in Ireland
, Midwifery 17(3): 222-233 (2001)

'LABNOTE', a laboratory notebook system designed for academic genomics groups
, Nucleic Acids Research 27(2): 601-607 (1999)

'La médecine c'est guérir parfois, soulager souvent, consoler toujours'; in search of the origins of an aphorism
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 146(51): 2494-2498 (2002)

'Labor storm' following cervical ripening with prostaglandin gel
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 142(4): 161-164 (1998)

'Lack of enforcement' doesn't cut it
, Occupational Health and Safety 70(12): 44-6 59 (2001)

'Lack of proper hospital facilities'--labor man
, Australian Hospital 1979(27): 10 (1979)

'Landlocked' hospital finds room for its MRI unit under the ground. Stuart Circle Hospital
, Health Facilities Management 5(9): 14-15 (1992)

'Last trance' baby experts register a first; FDA approves new contraception cap; licensed to chill; quitting smoking quantified; medical staff join the dot.com revolution
, British Journal of Family Planning 26(4): 230 (2000)

'Last-resort' dressings for intractable pressures sores
, British Journal of Nursing 4(20): 1183-4 1186 1188-9 (1995)

'Late' chorionic villus sampling: cytogenetic aspects
, Prenatal Diagnosis 13(4): 239-246 (1993)

'Latent' portal hypertension in benign biliary obstruction
, Hpb Surgery: a World Journal of Hepatic Pancreatic and Biliary Surgery 9(3): 149-152 (1996)

'Laughing gas'
, British Dental Journal 176(12): 455 (1994)

'Layaway baby'
, Washington Post 1983: A17 (1983)

'Leaders of Educational Purpose': the foundation of academic medicine 1890s-1940s
, Medical Education 34(12): 1032-1035 (2000)

'Leafy' pattern in phyllodes tumour of the breast: MRI-pathologic correlation
, Clinical Radiology 57(3): 230-231 (2002)

'Learning Diabetes'--a multi-media learning package for patients, carers and professionals to improve chronic disease management
, Medical Informatics 22(1): 91-104 (1997)

'Leaving a mark'
, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 84(1): 33-34 (2002)

'Leiden Impotence Screening Test'(LIST) in men with erectile dysfunction as a pre-selective method prior to psychophysiological diagnostic tests
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 145(12): 581-586 (2001)

'Less input less output'--hearing in children with learning difficulties and hyperactivity
, South African Medical Journal 92(8): 567 (2002)

'Less is more!' Jumping on the minimally invasive bandwagon
, Hospital Technology Series 16(11): 2-4 (1997)

'Lesson learnt--do not panic'
, Journal of Hospital Infection 52(3): 230 (2002)

'Let me explain': narrative emplotment and one patient's experience of oral cancer
, Social Science and Medicine 56(3): 439-448 (2003)

'Let mum have her say': turntaking in doctor-parent-child communication
, Patient Education and Counseling 40(2): 151-162 (2000)

'Let them eat cake,' says the Supreme Court
, Christian Century 97(27): 820-824 (1980)

'Let's kill those sacred cows of pharmacy'
, Hospital Formulary 10(9): 458-459 (1975)

'Letting go': rationale and strategies for student-centred approaches to clinical teaching
, Nurse Education Today 14(2): 146-151 (1994)

'Levels' of attainment in nursing practice: reality or illusion?
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 30(1): 159-168 (1999)

'Licorice hypertension' also caused by licorice tea
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 145(15): 744-747 (2001)

'Life begins' for Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging--research group has 40th birthday
, JAMA 279(13): 982-983 (1998)

'Lifeline' connects isolated patients to emergency dept. help
, Emergency Department News: Edn 3(3): 14 (1981)

'Lifelong investment in health': the discursive construction of 'problems' in Hong Kong health policy
, Health Policy and Planning 17(2): 161-166 (2002)

'Light duty' and the bottom line
, Contemporary Longterm Care 12(1): 23 (1989)

'Light' and 'heavy' work in the housekeeping service of a hospital
, Applied Ergonomics 29(6): 451-459 (1998)

'Light' and 'mild' cigarettes: who smokes them? Are they being misled?
, Canadian Journal of Public Health 92(6): 407-411 (2001)

'Light' cigarettes offer no benefit to smokers, report says
, Journal of the National Cancer Institute 94(3): 162 (2002)

'Like a friend going round': reducing the stigma attached to mental healthcare in rural communities
, Health and Social Care in the Community 10(4): 229-238 (2002)

'Like a possession of the devil'. The diffusion of Nightingale nursing and Anglo-Australian relations
, International History of Nursing Journal: Ihnj 6(2): 52-58 (2001)

'Like a thief in the night': the selectivity of degeneration in Parkinson's disease
, Brain: a Journal of Neurology 122: 1401-1402 (1999)

'Like taking a vitamin'. Why patients don't mention their daily medications
, American Journal of Nursing 99(11): 12 (1999)

'Like--but oh, how different!'
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 24(2): 322-323 (2000)

'Limiting Medigap benefits could improve coverage'
, Modern Healthcare 21(36): 32-33 (1991)

'Linking the orthopaedic patient with community family violence resources'
, Orthopedic Nursing 21(5): 19-23 (2002)

'LipTelephone' a videophone for the deaf
, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 77: 1215-1219 (2000)

'Liquid coshes' knock prison medicine on the head
, New Scientist 84(1180): 423 (1979)

'Listen, listen trust your own strange voice' (psychoanalytically informed conversations with a woman suffering serious illness)
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 29(4): 826-831 (1999)

'Listening to listening'
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 77: 667-677 (1996)

'Lite' hospitals to be part of ambulatory health campuses
, Or Manager 10(9): 1 6-8 10 (1994)

'Little' littoral cell angioma of the spleen
, American Journal of Surgical Pathology 24(2): 306-307 (2000)

'Live or let die': doctors split
, Washington Post 1975: A1+ (1975)

'Liver tail' pseudospleen appearance in denatured erythrocyte scintigraphy with computed tomographic and magnetic resonance correlations
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 25(9): 740-742 (2000)

'Living choice': the commitment to tissue donation in palliative care
, International Journal of Palliative Nursing 8(1): 22-27 (2002)

'Living wills' face uphill fight
, Medical World News 17(16): 36 (1976)

'Location, management key to PPS results'
, Modern Healthcare 22(17): 2 (1992)

'Locked-in' patients
, Neurology 44(2): 366-367 (1994)

'London dentist in HIV scare': HIV and dentistry in popular discourse
, Primary Dental Care: Journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners 2(2): 59-60 (1995)

'Long-term records may cut lab tests, aid treatment decisions.'
, Modern Healthcare 22(9): 62 (1992)

'Look beneath the stockings'--delayed diagnosis of ankle fractures in patients with thoracic cord compression
, British Journal of Neurosurgery 16(2): 165-167 (2002)

'Lost' hospital records lead to default & 4 million-dollar award. Case on point: Keene v. Brigham and Women's Hospital, 755 N.E.2d 725 -MA (2002)
, Nursing Law's Regan Report 43(5): 2 (2002)

'Low-grade' depression. Primary care physicians need a crash course in detection and treatment
, Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow 8(2): 32-35 (1999)

'Low-key' ombudsman studies the cost of care at Milwaukee hospital
, American Medical News 21(25): 9 (1978)

'Low-risk' myelodysplastic syndrome is associated with excessive apoptosis and an increased ratio of pro- versus anti-apoptotic bcl-2-related proteins
, British Journal of Haematology 103(4): 1075-1082 (1998)

'Lucky Luke' contact dermatitis due to rubber components of diapers
, Contact Dermatitis 38(6): 363-364 (1998)

'Lunch-break' abortion service seeks to expand
, Nursing Times 94(25): 16 (1998)

'Lymphochips' and cancer profiles
, Molecular Medicine Today 6(6): 218 (2000)

'Mabi bark tea' consumption and psychosis?
, British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 162: 275 (1993)

'Mad cow' particle challenges infection control
, Or Manager 12(7): 18-19 (1996)

'Madam, collies don't have hip dysplasia'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 127(13): 428 (2002)

'Magic walk': hospital's half-mile exercise stretch
, Medical World News 21(11): 47-48 (1980)

'Magnet' hospital reduces costs, keeps RNs
, OR manager 14(1): 26-27 (1998)

'Main' girlfriends, girlfriends, marriage, and money: the social context of HIV risk behaviour in sub-Saharan Africa
, Health Transition Review: the Cultural Social and Behavioural Determinants of Health 7(Suppl): 361-375 (1997)

'Maintaining the balance'--nursing care of patients with chronic heart failure
, International Journal of Nursing Studies 34(3): 213-221 (1997)

'Make gatekeepers true integrators of patient care'
, Managed Care 5(4): 24-26 (1996)

'Make me a participant in my care'
, American Medical News 21(29): Suppl 5-6 (1978)

'Make sure your contract spells out everything'
, American Medical News 22(17): Suppl 2 (1979)

'Making the most of your clinical experience': an exercise in reflection
, Medical Education 35(11): 1080 (2001)

'Mal de siment' in 16th-century Valencia: images of 'morbo gallico' (syphilis) in a Mediterranean European city
, Dynamis 11: 119-146 (1991)

'Malpractice nightmare' doesn't ring true
, Minnesota Medicine 77(1): 3 (1994)

'Malthus on man--in animals no moral restraint'
, Clio Medica 59: 73-91 (2000)

'Mama Might Be Better Off Dead.' The human face of health care
, Health Pac Bulletin 23(4): 30-33 (1993)

'Man-in-the-barrel' syndrome: MRI and SPECT imaging
, European Journal of Radiology 24(3): 260-262 (1997)

'Manacled competition': market reforms in German health care
, Health Affairs 18(3): 76-91 (1999)

'Managed care has become the norm'
, Managed Care 5(2): 48 (1996)

'Managed care not a national solution'
, Modern Healthcare 21(36): 8 (1991)

'Managed' care somewhat 'mangled'?
, Archives of Ophthalmology 115(11): 1484 (1997)

'Management of the entrapped second twin: the benefits of sublingual glyceryl trinitrate' (Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol 1998; 38: 39-41)
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 38(4): 479 (1998)

'Management' by objectives
, Hospital Administration 16(3-4): 108-110 (1979)

'Managers do the thing right, leaders do the right thing' (Bennis, 1985)
, Seminars for Nurse Managers 5(1): 1 (1997)

'Managing the cracks': management development for health care interfaces
, International Journal of Health Planning and Management 5(1): 7-14 (1990)

'Mangled competition' and 'managed whatever'
, Health Affairs 18(3): 92-94 (1999)

'Mantle of safety'--aero-medical service in Central Australia
, Journal of Postgraduate Medicine 46(3): 245-246 (2000)

'Map and zap'--electrode catheter techniques for treatment of supraventricular tachycardias
, South African Medical Journal 83(6): 434-435 (1993)

'Marketing' skills tried in VA drive for nurses
, U. S. Medicine 18(7): 1 16-1 17 (1982)

'Marketization'--the illusory magic pill
, Health Economics 3(6): 351-357 (1994)

'Mass casualty picture is EMS at its worst'
, Emergency Department News: Edn 4(4): 1 11 (1982)

'Master plans will differ per field and per care category'--future scenarios on the table
, Tvz: Het Vakblad Voor de Verpleging 108(2): 54-58 (1998)

'Masterpiece' lives up to Board's expectations
, New Zealand Health and Hospital 44(4): 13 (1992)

'Maternal-infant health beliefs and infant feeding practices: the perception and experience of Vietnamese women in Sydney'
, Contemporary Nurse 2(2): 55 (1993)

'Matrix' buying saves Sun money
, Hospital Purchasing News: Hpn 6(7): 1 19 (1982)

'Maturation' of senior housing boosts outlook for financing
, Modern Healthcare 26(8): 35-36 (1996)

'May the third force be with you': Community Programs for Affordable Health Care
, Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research 9: 187-211 (1988)

'Meaningful' patterns in visual noise: effects of lateral stimulation and the observer's belief in ESP
, Psychopathology 26(5-6): 261-265 (1993)

'Med prep' college course helps high school students work toward dreams
, JAMA 271(19): 1467-1468 (1994)

'Media stars' in assisted suicide debate spur legislative response
, Hospital Ethics 9(6): 8-10 (1993)

'Medical practice' regulatory test?
, Medical World News 24(13): 18 (1983)

'Medical technology assessment'; more than just efficacy
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 144(13): 622-626 (2000)

'Medicalization' of America: physician, heal thy society?
, American Family Physician 49(7): 1595 1598 (1994)

'Medicare HMOs should be nixed or reformed'
, Modern Healthcare 21(1): 8 (1991)

'Medicine of the family and the family of medicine'
, Urban Health 8(10): 26-29 (1979)

'Medicine' for '724 children'
, Newsweek 121(12): 78 (1993)

'Mediterranean diet' and DNA adducts
, European Journal of Cancer Prevention: the Official Journal of the European Cancer Prevention Organisation 9(2): 71-72 (2000)

'Megahertz' education brings variety of program to Ohio hospital
, Cross-Reference 5(5): 1-4 10 (1975)

'Melatonin treatment of sleep-wake cycle disorders in children and adolescents'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 41(12): 850 (1999)

'Menopausal symptoms': associations with menopausal status and psychosocial factors
, Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology 22(3): 149-158 (2001)

'Menopause management' boosts patient satisfaction and re-enrollment rates
, Disease Management Advisor 6(8): 120-3 116 (2000)

'Menouria'--a presentation of vesicouterine fistula
, Jpma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 46(7): 159-161 (1996)

'Mental health should be tackled in secondary schools'. New mental health foundation initiatives
, Paediatric Nursing 14(4): 5 (2002)

'Mercy killing'--is it biblical?
, Christianity Today 20(11): 9-11 (1976)

'Merge Part A, Part B to save trust fund'
, Modern Healthcare 21(14): 4 (1991)

'Merger mania' and the small-group practice
, Internist 35(1): 29 (1994)

'Mergers don't cut access'
, Modern Healthcare 20(47): 2-3 (1990)

'Messenger model' go-between too involved, FTC warns Nev. providers
, Healthcare Systems Strategy Report 12(17): 5 (1995)

'Metastatic invasive mole' causing paraplegia
, Indian Journal of Cancer 36(2-4): 208-212 (1999)

'Methadone substitution therapy and driving'. Results of an experimental study
, Der Nervenarzt 70(5): 457-462 (1999)

'Microbial air pollutants'. Emission sources and preventive measures
, Schriftenreihe des Vereins für Wasser- Boden- und Lufthygiene 104: 483-500 (1999)

'Microsmatic' primates revisited: olfactory sensitivity in the squirrel monkey
, Chemical Senses 25(1): 47-53 (2000)

'Mid-level providers' can ease your capitation crunch
, Managed Care 3(7): 19-24 26 (1994)

'Midas' tries touch on doc management IPO
, Modern Healthcare 25(40): 58 (1995)

'Midwifery supervision is alive and well'
, Modern Midwife 6(3): 8 (1996)

'Mighty things from small beginnings grow' John Dryden (1631-1700) Annus mirabilis
, Anaesthesia 54(9): 823-825 (1999)

'Military health plans' eyed
, Modern Healthcare 23(30): 4 (1993)

'Millennium Project' of MHLW
, Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 59(10): 1884-1888 (2001)

'Mind the gap'
, Trends in Cell Biology 12(12): 541-542 (2002)

'Mind the gap': resorption of a bone flap stored subcutaneously for 6 months
, British Journal of Neurosurgery 16(5): 523-524 (2002)

'Mini-Med schools' offer lay public lessons in the science of medicine
, JAMA 275(12): 897-899 (1996)

'Minimum standards' for DNA research
, Washington Post 1977: A18 (1977)

'Misreading and misleading patients: some reflections on communications, miscommunications and countertransference enactments' by Theodore J. Jacobs
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 82(Pt 6): 1301-1308 (2001)

'Missed' micrometastases--the extent of the problem
, Acta Oncologica 39(3): 313-317 (2000)

'Missing' EKG strips: spoliation of evidence? Case on point: Magette v. Goodman, 2001 WL 218981 A.2d-PA
, Nursing law's Regan report 41(10): 2 (2001)

'Mission impossible': musings on a postgraduate research project
, Nursing Inquiry 5(4): 285-286 (1998)

'Mitigating measures' cases won't affect HIV plaintiffs
, Aids Policy and Law 14(13): 9 (1999)

'Mixed' billing raises questions
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 8(10): 24-25 (2000)

'Mobile' patients
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 44(380): 141 (1994)

'Model HMO' contract lets St. Louis employers compare
, Managed Care 5(7): 58 (1996)

'Model' for states compares costs of retaining or closing hospitals
, U. S. Medicine 17(17): 19 (1981)

'Model' joint venture in Florida collapses with Columbia buyout
, Modern Healthcare 25(9): 6 8 (1995)

'Model' rural IDS suffers $49M legal hit in battle with Blues
, Healthcare Systems Strategy Report 12(2): 1-2 5 (1995)

'Moderate-risk' ovarian cancer (stage I, grade 2; stage II, grade 1 or 2) treated with cisplatin chemotherapy (single agent or combination) and pelvi-abdominal irradiation
, International Journal of Gynecological Cancer: Official Journal of the International Gynecological Cancer Society 4(4): 272-278 (1994)

'Modern medicine' includes pain management and sensitive end-of-life care
, Wmj: Official Publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin 100(5): 67-68 (2001)

'Modern yet restful' at Poudre Valley Hospital, Ft. Collins, Colorado
, Food Management 30(7): 69 72 (1995)

'Module'-substituted globins: artificial exon shuffling among myoglobin, hemoglobin alpha- and beta-subunits
, Biophysical Chemistry 68(1-3): 265-273 (1997)

'Mom & Pop' chiropractic schools in Kansas
, Chiropractic History: the Archives and Journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic 12(1): 12-13 (1992)

'Mom & me' and healthy bones. An innovative approach to teaching bone health
, Orthopedic Nursing 21(2): 35-42 (2002)

'Mom, I want to be a nurse!'
, Urologic Nursing 19(1): 10 66 (1999)

'Monkey see, monkey do' cells. Neurophysiology
, Current Biology: Cb 6(9): 1087-1088 (1996)

'Mono' fats. One of the good guys
, Mayo Clinic Health Letter 17(12): 7 (1999)

'More a link than a division': how Canada has learned from U.S. mental health policy
, Health Affairs 17(5): 110-127 (1998)

'More money needed for drug research'
, Modern Healthcare 21(25): 20 (1991)

'More than just money' -- widening the understanding of the costs involved in cancer care
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 33(3): 371-379 (2001)

'More than meets the eye'
, Anaesthesia 51(6): 610 (1996)

'Morphs' (MRFs): metal-reversible folding domains for differential IgG binding
, Chemistry and Biology 8(12): 1221-1229 (2001)

'Mother knows best'; diagnosis of prelingual deafness
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 137(4): 216 (1993)

'Mountain Dew Mouth' drives the media wild
, Cds Review 94(7): 23 (2001)

'Mourning and melancholia': the genesis of a text and of a concept
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 81: 667-686 (2000)

'Mouseyes': an aid to wound measurement using a computer
, Journal of Wound Care 6(3): 123-126 (1997)

'Mr. Trustee' as Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare
, Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 33(2): 28-29 (1980)

'Multidrug'-resistant tuberculosis. It is time to focus on the private sector of medicine
, Chest 111(5): 1149-1151 (1997)

'Mummy, I can't sleep'
, Practitioner 244(1612): 628 (2000)

'Murder enquiry'
, British Dental Journal 176(10): 371 (1994)

'Musical brain' revealed by high-field (3 Tesla) functional MRI
, Neuroreport 9(17): 3853-3856 (1998)

'Must it have been something I ate?'
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 21(1): 7-9 (1997)

'Must-do' theme attracts women
, Profiles in Healthcare Marketing 1991(44): 42-47 (1991)

'Mutational SURF': a strategy for improving lead compounds identified from combinatorial libraries
, Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 4(5): 717-725 (1996)

'My baby doesn't need me': understanding bonding failure
, Health Visitor 66(11): 409 (1993)

'My bad diagnostic error': once more about Freud and Emmy v. N. (Fanny Moser)
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 80: 1165-1173 (1999)

'My beloved chloroform'. Attitudes to childbearing in colonial Queensland: a case study
, Social History of Medicine: the Journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 10(3): 437-457 (1997)

'My child won't eat!'
, Practitioner 238(1544): 770 (1994)

'My child won't sleep'
, Practitioner 239(1557): 730-732 (1995)

'My dearest lil': Robert Lindsay's letters and diary from the United States
, Dental Historian: Lindsay Club Newsletter 2001(39): 54-76 (2001)

'My heart belongs to daddy'. Some reflections on the difference between generations as the organiser of the triangular structure of the mind
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 80: 755-767 (1999)

'My husband won't tell the children!
, Hastings Center Report 14(4): 26-27 (1984)

'My insurance changed': the negative effects of forced discontinuity of care
, Family Practice Management 7(10): 44-45 (2000)

'My office makes me sick'
, Medical World News 26(17): 42 45 (1985)

'My own blood back...': a paediatric autologous blood donation programme
, Paediatric Nursing 14(9): 14-18 (2002)

'My pain is God's will'
, American Journal of Nursing 96(6): 45-47 (1996)

'My patient was dying'
, Iowa Medicine: Journal of the Iowa Medical Society 86(7): 263-264 (1996)

'My ward is more deprived than yours'
, Journal of Public Health Medicine 20(2): 186-190 (1998)

'My wild nurse'
, Rehabilitation Nursing: the Official Journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses 18(3): 187-188 (1993)

'Myocardial hibernation'--questions and controversies
, Cardiovascular Research 36(3): 301-309 (1997)

'Mystery shoppers' may uncover customer service deficiencies
, Capitation Management Report 5(6): 90-91 (1998)

'N Sync--a walk among the giants
, Journal of Invasive Cardiology 11(6): 391-392 (1999)

'NC100150', a preparation of iron oxide nanoparticles ideal for positive-contrast MR angiography
, Magma 8(3): 207-213 (1999)

'NEAT' may make a difference in weight loss or gain
, Mayo Clinic Health Letter 17(4): 4 (1999)

'NESTROFT'--an effective screening test for beta thalassemia trait
, Indian Pediatrics 34(8): 702-707 (1997)

'Nano-dumpling' with drug delivery potential
, Molecular Medicine Today 4(8): 321 (1998)

'Nanobucks'. Make shopping on-line a virtual reality
, Michigan Medicine 95(9): 11 (1996)

'Narcolepsy, sleep apnea or inadequate diagnostic technology?
, Archivos de Bronconeumologia 38(7): 342 (2002)

'Narrative', now and then: a critical realist approach
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 77: 445-457 (1996)

'National Brotherhood Week'?
, National Hospital and Health Care 2(5): 3 (1976)

'Natural language' adds structure to radiology reports
, Diagnostic Imaging 21(10): 51-53 (1999)

'Natural' progesterone creams for postmenopausal women
, Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 39(2): 10-11 (2001)

'Naturalistic vs reductionistic approaches to health-related practice: opposing dichotomy or symbiotic partnership?'
, Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 6(3): 149-154 (2000)

'Naïve' and 'memory' CD4+ T-cells and T-cell receptor (TCR) V beta repertoire dynamics are independent of the levels of viremia following HIV seroconversion
, Immunology Letters 66(1-3): 199-206 (1999)

'Near PVS': a new medico-legal syndrome?
, Medicine Science and the Law 40(2): 133-142 (2000)

'Near-miss' hyperkalaemic cardiac arrest associated with rapid blood transfusion
, Anaesthesia 54(11): 1094-1096 (1999)

'Necessity of borrowing' battle shifts to the courts
, Healthcare Financial Management: Journal of the Healthcare Financial Management Association 43(10): 80 (1989)

'Necessity' determined on the basis of disease severity when prioritising health care interventions
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 146(48): 2312-2315 (2002)

'Needle-free' delivery of local anesthesia: a valuable option in pediatrics
, Paediatric Drugs 4(6): 349-352 (2002)

'Needlescopic' (mini-laparoscopic) surgery: necessary or unnecessary?
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 68(9): 628-629 (1998)

'Needlescopic' video-assisted thoracic surgery for palmar hyperhidrosis
, European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery: Official Journal of the European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery 17(6): 697-701 (2000)

'Neither obscure nor mysterious'--infant mortality and the Kimberley Board of Health, 1898-1977
, South African Medical Journal 86(4): 368-370 (1996)

'Neither the health service nor modern society seem particularly well organised'
, Health and Social Service Journal 89(4628): 153 (1979)

'Nerve-sparing' cystectomy in women
, International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 11(4): 237-240 (2000)

'Networking' offers advantages when EDs and FECs cooperate
, Emergency Department News: Edn 6(1): 11 14 (1984)

'Neue Deutsche Heilkunde': complementary/alternative medicine in the Third Reich
, Complementary Therapies in Medicine 9(1): 49-51 (2001)

'Never again'. Model mugging: a therapeutic resource for the psychiatric nurse
, Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 35(6): 41-44 (1997)

'Never say die'--survival of a woman with massive abruptio placentae and a haemoglobin concentration of 0.6 g/dl
, South African Medical Journal 86(9 Suppl): 1207 (1996)

'Never twice without thrice'. An outline for the understanding of traumatic neurosis
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 83(Pt 1): 137-159 (2002)

'New era' of AIDS means new challenges for employers
, Aids Policy and Law 12(19): 1 6-1 7 (1997)

'New math' teaches lessons of reducing costs of care
, Modern Healthcare 19(43): 58 (1989)

'New money' dominates bond issues
, Modern Healthcare 26(17): 50 52 (1996)

'New uses for an Old Enzyme'--the Old Yellow Enzyme family of flavoenzymes
, Microbiology 148(Pt 6): 1607-1614 (2002 )

'New wave' voluntarism's success rides on pioneering volunteers' shoulders
, Volunteer Leader 23(3): 1-3 9 (1982)

'New' 3C syndrome
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 35(11): 1026-1027 (1993)

'New' Aetna and Kaiser face future
, Managed Care 9(9): 18-20 23-6 (2000)

'New' HCA ready for asset sales
, Modern Healthcare 19(12): 3 5 (1989)

'New' and 'old' antidepressants: all equal in the eyes of the lore?
, British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 179: 95-96 (2001)

'New' blood bank technologies
, Clinical Laboratory Science: Journal of the American Society for Medical Technology 11(2): 106-113 (1998)

'New' diapers and vaginal discharge
, Pediatrics 93(1): 155 (1994)

'New' metabolic pathways and roles for lipids and lipid emulsions
, Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 1(2): 139-141 (1998)

'Niche Selection' and the evolution of a complex behavior in a changing environment--a simulation
, Artificial Life 5(3): 271-289 (1999)

'Nicotine water' is unapproved drug
, Fda Consumer 36(5): 5 (2002)

'No abortions,' say Italian physicians
, Christian Century 95(23): 671 (1978)

'No benefit' from mammography
, European Journal of Cancer 36(18): 2277-2278 (2000)

'No building' proposal begets agitation. To control healthcare spending, Wisconsin tries to ban hospital construction
, Modern Healthcare 32(17): 18-19 (2002)

'No change for guidelines on GP prescribing of NHS impotence treatments' (no sex, please, we're new labour)
, International Journal of Clinical Practice 55(9): 579 (2001)

'No change' is not an option
, British Journal of Community Nursing 7(12): 650 (2002)

'No gaps' health insurance: a gain for consumers or a windfall for specialists?
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 22(3): 18-26 (1999)

'No heroic efforts' directive by parents ignored by RN
, Regan Report on Nursing Law 39(9): 4 (1999)

'No incentives' for academics to respect gene laws
, New Scientist 126(1714): 33 (1990)

'No more pivotal election' in 1996. State Supreme Court holds liability reform in its hands
, Michigan Medicine 95(10): 30-31 (1996)

'No one will know' attitude causes unnecessary risks
, Texas Hospitals 39(1): 41 (1983)

'No ordinary case of a village apothecary': the doctor as hero in Harriet Martineaus's Deerbrook
, Notes and Queries 30(4): 293-294 (1983)

'No secrets' approach pays off in satisfaction
, Healthcare Benchmarks 6(7): 80-82 (1999)

'No secrets, no excuses' policy leads hospital to performance excellence
, Hospital Peer Review 26(5): 61 (2001)

'No space for the freeway space'
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Tandheelkunde 104(1): 25 (1997)

'No truly independent voice representing health care'
, Australian Hospital 1977(12): 1 15 (1977)

'No' to another bureaucracy
, American Family Physician 51(4): 752 (1995)

'No' to embryos, 'yes' to sperm
, Lancet 348(9043): 1739 (1996)

'No-Touch' isolation procedure for ruptured mycotic abdominal aortic aneurysm
, Japanese Circulation Journal 65(12): 1085-1086 (2001)

'No-inventory' system nets $200,000 savings
, Purchasing Administration 2(7): 1 3 (1978)

'No-show' for initial screening at a community mental health centre: rate, reasons and further help-seeking
, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 34(6): 323-327 (1999)

'Nobody asks me what I want!'
, Paediatric Nursing 10(6): 2 (1998)

'Nobody expected this'
, Newsweek 136(23): 38 (2000)

'Nobody wants to rely on the NHS, but you expect it to be there when you need it'
, Nursing Times 95(29): 3 (1999)

'Noise' in microbiological screening assays
, Transfusion Medicine 10(2): 97-106 (2000)

'Non paulatim sed multum'--a century of service
, Occasional Papers on Medical History Australia 2: 83-91 (1985)

'Non-barking dogs and other odd species': identifying anomaly in witness testimony
, Medicine Science and the Law 39(2): 138-145 (1999)

'Non-deadly force training' for hospital security officers
, Hospital Security and Safety Management 22(3): 12-14 (2001)

'Non-lethal' weapons and international law: three perspectives on the future
, Medicine Conflict and Survival 17(3): 194-206 (2001)

'Nonportal' splanchnic venous supply to the liver: abnormal findings on CT, US and MRI
, European Radiology 9(2): 237-243 (1999)

'Nonprofits' need surplus too
, Harvard Business Review 60(1): 124-131 (1982)

'Normal' 99mTc-HmPAO distribution in large subacute middle cerebral artery infarct
, Stroke 25(12): 2507-2508 (1994)

'Not a domestic utensil but a woman and a citizen': Stella Browne on women, health and society
, Clio Medica 60: 275-302 (2000)

'Not always one and the same thing': the registration of tuberculosis deaths in Britain, 1900-1950
, Social history of medicine: the journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 9(2): 253-265 (1996)

'Not an appropriate use'. Did the makers of OxyContin push too hard?
, U.S. News and World Report 131(1): 26 (2001)

'Not for resuscitation': guidelines for decision making and documentation
, International Journal of Clinical Practice 53(3): 213-216 (1999)

'Not guilty' says biologist charged with fraud
, New Scientist 99(1368): 252 (1983)

'Not so happy at work?'
, Nurse Education Today 21(2): 83-85 (2001)

'Not so wrong that we are prepared to threaten the entire service': the regulation of reproductive technologies in the UK
, Human Reproduction and Genetic Ethics 7(2): 45-51 (2001)

'Not too much, not too little, but just enough?': observations on continuing professional development in Public Health in the north of England
, Public Health 112(4): 211-215 (1998)

'Nothing to laugh at at all': humor in biochemical journals
, Trends in Biochemical Sciences 21(4): 156-160 (1996)

'Novel' immunodeficiency syndrome may be a previously described entity
, Clinical Genetics 57(1): 90-92 (2000)

'Now just pop up here, dear...' Revisiting the art of antenatal abdominal palpation
, Practising Midwife 2(9): 13-15 (1999)

'Nucleus' needs a little nurturing
, Health and Social Service Journal 94(4916): 1144-1146 (1984)

'Number needed to screen': a tool for assessment of prevention programs
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 144(49): 2345-2348 (2000)

'Number needed to treat'
, British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 169(1): 113 (1996)

'Numbness of the feet' is a poor indicator for polyneuropathy in Type 2 diabetic patients
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 17(2): 105-110 (2000)

'Nurse education is one of those areas where nearly everyone has a strong opinion, but not necessarily the same strong opinion as everyone else'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 13(8): 1 (1998)

'Nurse of death' kills patients at VA Hospital: US. liable. Case on point: Havrum v. United States of America, 204 F.3d 815 (2000)
, Nursing law's Regan report 41(1): 4 (2000)

'Nurse only' protocols and product licence
, British Journal of Family Planning 24(4): 173 (1999)

'Nurse should not have been fired' says family
, Nursing Times 97(43): 7 (2001)

'Nurses: remain at the bedside'
, Tvz: Het Vakblad Voor de Verpleging 107(3): 62-63 (1997)

'Nursing ethics into the next millennium'
, Nursing Ethics 3(2): 95-96 (1996)

'Nutrition integrity' is needed to improve school meals
, Journal of the American Dietetic Association 94(4): 374 (1994)

'O' set connector system in CAPD
, Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 44(9): 602-605 (1996)

'OOS' and ergonomic considerations
, New Zealand Medical Journal 113(1118): 404-405 (2000)

'OWAs'--other weird arrangements--transform healthcare
, Healthcare Forum Journal 33(1): 61 63 (1990)

'Obsessions' in children with autism or Asperger syndrome. Content analysis in terms of core domains of cognition
, British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 175: 484-490 (1999)

'Obsessive-compulsive psychosis'
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 34(3): 530-531 (2000)

'Occult' breast cancer
, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 83(6): 420-424 (2001)

'Ocucoat' during orbital decompression surgery
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Ophthalmology 26(4): 347 (1998)

'Odd' engineering technology adjusts workers' exposure to tobacco smoke
, Occupational Health and Safety 63(11): 19 (1994)

'Of, by and for direct care nurses'. A new national organization begins to take shape
, Revolution 2(3): 7-9 (2001)

'Off-label' use of metformin warranted
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 9(3): 21 (2001)

'Office' or 'white-coat hypertension'
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 139(47): 2401-2404 (1995)

'Oh it's a wonderful practice... you can talk to them': a qualitative study of patients' and health professionals' views on the management of type 2 diabetes
, Health and Social Care in the Community 9(5): 318-326 (2001)

'Oh, Come All Ye Faithful': acquiring and maintaining a cohort
, Rheumatology 41(1): 5-6 (2002)

'Oh, don't you envy us our privileged lives?' A review of the disability culture movement
, Disability and Rehabilitation 19(8): 339-349 (1997)

'Old Kerr's almanac'
, Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 11(1): 7-8 (2000)

'Old and gray and full of sleep'? Not always
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'Open' HMOs await Massachusetts licenses
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'Open-ended' plans pose risks to providers
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'Out of the sighs'--an existential-phenomenological method of clinical supervision: the contribution to palliative care
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'Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests' treated by the West Midlands Ambulance Service over a 2-year period
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'Outpatient care putting elderly at risk'
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'Outsourcing' will continue to gain clients
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'Overpriced billing services may break anti-kickback laws'
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'Overwhelmingly positive'
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'PIL' dispensing regulations coming up
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'PPO'--three letters that may form one answer to runaway health costs
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'Paperless' system: computer expands nurse practitioner role
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'Partnership with parents' a pilot project
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'Partnership with parents'--a progressive pathway
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'Partnership': a co-operative inquiry between Community Mental Health Nurses and their clients. 2. The nurse-client relationship
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'Partnership': a co-operative inquiry between community mental health nurses and their clients. 1. Research methodology, process and reflections
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'Patching' embryonic development to cancer
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'Paternalism' at the root of body parts nightmare
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'Patient' or 'client'?
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'Patient's delay'--analysis of the preclinical phase of occupational dermatoses
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'Patient's rights' statement backfires, leads to release of mentally ill man
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'Pea in the teat'
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'People compare me to Beverly Allitt'
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'People-centered teams' provide support for staff
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'Pharmacist only' medicines
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'Phased' EtO plan is needed, says AHA
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'Phenomenal growth' in PPOs cited by Pru exec
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'Pick's disease'--101 years on still there, but in need of reform
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ADAM8 Is an Antigen of Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor-Resistant Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Cells Identified by Patient-Derived Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
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'Pitiless psychology': the role of prevention in British military psychiatry in the Second World War
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'Platonic jealousy': a conceptualization and review of the literature on non-romantic pathological jealousy
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'Playing god'?--the dilemmas of neonatal critical care
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'Please see and advise': a qualitative study of patients' experiences of psychiatric outpatient care
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'Pleasure's golden bait': prostitution, poverty and the Magdalen Hospital in eighteenth-century London
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'Plica neuropathica': matting of hair
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'Pogs and slammers': ocular injury caused by a new game
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'Political action' urged to counter growing lung cancer threat to women
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'Poor Tom' was a-cold but not schizophrenic
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'Poor performing chain' concept dropped
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'Popping': a cause of soft tissue sepsis in chronic drug abusers
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'Pork' weighs down VA budget--vet advocates
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'Positive action'--a new theme, a new outlook
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'Post-merger stress syndrome'
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'Practice guidelines for blood component therapy' summarized
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'Practice makes perfect'
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'Practice professional development plans': general practitioners' perspectives on proposed changes in general practice education
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'Preferred risk' plan charges doctors for high-risk behavior
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'Pregnancy tumour' of the nasal septum
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'Prehab program' can slow down functional decline in geriatric patients
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'Premium' plasma: isn't 'regular' blood safe enough?
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'Prenuptial' planning for your next managed care contract
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'Prepackaged' bankruptcy wraps up process quickly
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'Preschoolers face moral dilemmas'
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'Press the space bar to learn about nematodes'
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ADAM8 localizes to extravillous trophoblasts within the maternal-fetal interface and potentiates trophoblast cell line migration through a β1 integrin-mediated mechanism
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'Prevalence and type of cerebral palsy'
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'Prevalence of Tourette syndrome in a mainstream school population'
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'Preventable' hospitalization data may be misleading
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'Prevention doesn't pay?' Logic explodes this myth
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'Prevention programmes'--a dietetic minefield
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'Prey-predator' model with purposeful space migration of individuals
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'Primum non nocere'
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'Prince Albert's' revenge: a cautionary tale
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'Prion' diseases
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'Privacy' right cuts off life support
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'Problem patients': a fresh look at an old vexation
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'Problems A': the solution to Wilfred Owen's 'The Imbecile.'
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'Profession in turmoil'
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'Professional rehabilitation nursing': an elective course for nursing students
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'Professional' patient preys on hospital patients from Texas to British Columbia
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'Profit' variability in for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals
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'Progressive' versus 'indolent' idiopathic membranous glomerulonephritis
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'Project Health' serves medically indigent through prepaid health plans and private physicians
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'Prompt payment' prompts disgruntlement. Providers find laws to hasten reimbursements haven't sped up health plans
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'Proposed changes will improve nursing quality and professional accountability.'
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'Protecting' medical students from the risks of research
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'Provocative' report issued on use of pesticides
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'Prudent layperson' is here: watch out for managed care maneuvers
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'Pseudo' treatment failure of pulmonary tuberculosis in association with a tuberculoma
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'Pseudocystic' appearance of non-Hodgkin's lymphomatous nodes: an infrequent finding with high-resolution transducers
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'Psychiatric nursing was great, but I want to be a "real" nurse': is psychiatric nursing a realistic choice for nursing students?
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'Psychic reality' and reality testing in the analysis of perverse defences
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'Psyching-up' and muscular force production
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'Psychoanalysis and cognitive-evolutionary psychology: an attempt at integration' by Paolo Migone and Giovanni Liotti
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'Psychopaths' in special hospitals
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'Psychosurgery' in renaissance art
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'Psychotherapist' approaches to gay and lesbian patients/clients
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'Public Health Status Forecasting 1997': the sum of the parts
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'Public health malpractice, plain and simple'
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. I. Introduction
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. II. Developments in health status
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. III. Health inequalities in the Netherlands
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. IV. Health status and life expectancy weighted
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. V. Effects of prevention
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. VI. Effects of health care
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'Public health status and perspectives' 1997. VII. Health care needs and health care consumption
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'Public service junkie'
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'Public spirited and enterprising volunteers': the Council for the Investigation of Fertility Control and the British clinical trials of the contraceptive pill, 1959-1973
, Clio Medica 66: 159-182 (2002)

'Puffer-PCA device' for rheumatoid arthritis patients
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'Pumpathon' puts IV devices to the test
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'Punctuated' HIV meds planned for TB patients. Can set-point for AIDS be kept low?
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'Pure' constructional apraxia - a cognitive analysis of a single case
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'Purgatory on earth': an account of breast cancer from nineteenth-century France
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'Putting patients first': a philosophy in practice
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'Putting patients first': promise or smoke screen?
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'Putting the pressure on': a study of compression sleeves used in breast cancer-related lymphoedema
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'Putting words into action.' The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the poor
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'Quadrileaflet' mitral valve associated with paravalvular aneurysms and complicated by mitral incompetence: a case report of a rare pathology identified by 2-dimensional echocardiography
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'Quality is everyone's business' why this approach will not work in hospitals
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'Quality' vs. 'sanctity' of life in the nursery
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