Section 48

EurekaMag PDF full texts Chapter 47,972


Langezaal, I.; Coecke, S.; Hartung, T. 2001: Whole blood cytokine response as a measure of immunotoxicity. Toxicology in Vitro 15(4-5): 313-318
Shimizu, M.; Ando, Y.; Takei, M.; Miyachi, H.; Tanaka, Y.; Kawada, T. 2001: Whole blood flow cytometry for detection of activated platelets. I. Platelet identification, blood collection and storage. Rinsho Byori. Japanese Journal of Clinical Pathology 49(4): 402-407
Despotis, G.J.; Joist, J.H.; Goodnough, L.T.; Santoro, S.A.; Spitznagel, E. 1997: Whole blood heparin concentration measurements by automated protamine titration agree with plasma anti-Xa measurements. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 113(3): 611-613
Serebruany, V.; McKenzie, M.; Meister, A.; Fuzaylov, S.; Gurbel, P.; Atar, D.; Gattis, W.; O'Connor, C. 2002: Whole blood impedance aggregometry for the assessment of platelet function in patients with congestive heart failure (EPCOT Trial). European Journal of Heart Failure 4(4): 461-467
Kohse, K.P.; Carl, A.; Steinbach, G. 2002: Whole blood interleukin-8 concentrations in capillary and cord blood of neonates for the diagnosis of systemic inflammatory states. Clinical Laboratory 48(9-10): 497-503
Nowatzke, W.L.; Landt, M.; Smith, C.; Wilhite, T.; Canter, C.; Luchtman-Jones, L. 2003: Whole blood international normalization ratio measurements in children using near-patient monitors. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 25(1): 33-37
Olofsson, K.; Matthiesen, G.; Rudnicki, M. 2001: Whole blood ionized magnesium in neonatal acidosis and preterm infants: a prospective consecutive study. Acta Paediatrica 90(12): 1398-1401
Munoz, R.; Laussen, P.C.; Palacio, G.; Zienko, L.; Piercey, G.; Wessel, D.L. 2000: Whole blood ionized magnesium: age-related differences in normal values and clinical implications of ionized hypomagnesemia in patients undergoing surgery for congenital cardiac disease. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 119(5): 891-898
McShane, R.H.; Coons, M.S. 1997: Whole blood loss in liposuction: a protocol for handling liposuction specimen. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 100(1): 281
Spencer, A. 1999: Whole blood manganese levels in pregnancy and the neonate. Nutrition 15(10): 731-734
Leung, T.Y.; Choy, C.M.; Yim, S.F.; Lam, C.W.; Haines, C.J. 2001: Whole blood mercury concentrations in sub-fertile men in Hong Kong. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 41(1): 75-77
Carville, D.G.; Schleckser, P.A.; Guyer, K.E.; Corsello, M.; Walsh, M.M. 1998: Whole blood platelet function assay on the ICHOR point-of-care hematology analyzer. Journal of Extra-Corporeal Technology 30(4): 171-177
Grosso, S.M.; Keenan, J.O. 2000: Whole blood transfusion for exsanguinating coagulopathy in a US field surgical hospital in postwar Kosovo. Journal of Trauma 49(1): 145-148
Majetschak, M.; Börgermann, J.; Waydhas, C.; Obertacke, U.; Nast-Kolb, D.; Schade, F.U. 2000: Whole blood tumor necrosis factor-alpha production and its relation to systemic concentrations of interleukin 4, interleukin 10, and transforming growth factor-beta1 in multiply injured blunt trauma victims. Critical Care Medicine 28(6): 1847-1853
Philippe, F.; Lacombe, C.; Bucherer, C.; Drobinski, G.; Montalescot, G.; Thomas, D. 2001: Whole blood viscosity measurement in acute myocardial infarction: feasibility and significance. Journal des Maladies Vasculaires 26(4): 243-247
Downey, R.J.; Akhurst, T.; Ilson, D.; Ginsberg, R.; Bains, M.S.; Gonen, M.; Koong, H.; Gollub, M.; Minsky, B.D.; Zakowski, M.; Turnbull, A.; Larson, S.M.; Rusch, V. 2003: Whole body 18FDG-PET and the response of esophageal cancer to induction therapy: results of a prospective trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 21(3): 428-432
Chin, R.; McCain, T.W.; Miller, A.A.; Dunagan, D.P.; Acostamadiedo, J.; Douglas Case, L.; Harkness, B.A.; Adler, L.P.; Haponik, E.F. 2002: Whole body FDG-PET for the evaluation and staging of small cell lung cancer: a preliminary study. Lung Cancer 37(1): 1-6
Carriero, A.; Iezzi, A.; Magarelli, N.; Severini, S.; Tartaro, A. 1993: Whole body MR angiography. Physiologic presaturation++ of the inferior vena cava. La Radiologia Medica 85(5): 557-561
Gregianin, M.; Macrì, C.; Bui, F.; Varotto, L.; Zucchetta, P. 1995: Whole body and tomographic scan with 111In-pentetreotide: preliminary data. Quarterly Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Official Publication of the Italian Association of Nuclear Medicine and the International Association of Radiopharmacology 39(4 Suppl 1: 124-126
Imai, K.; Fukushima, T.; Santa, T.; Homma, H.; Huang, Y.; Shirao, M.; Miura, K. 1998: Whole body autoradiographic study on the distribution of 14C-D-serine administered intravenously to rats. Amino Acids 15(4): 351-361
Rao, G.N.; Greger, N.G.; Nelson, D.A. 1999: Whole body bone mass and body composition in a girl with achondroplasia, at ages 9 through 12. Journal of Clinical Densitometry: the Official Journal of the International Society for Clinical Densitometry 2(2): 185-190
Bollen, A.M.; McCulloch, K.J.; Herring, S.W. 1997: Whole body bone resorption in the growing pig. Growth Development and Aging: Gda 61(3-4): 181-189
Rigo, J.; De Curtis, M.; Picaud, J.C.; Nyamugabo, K.; Senterre, J. 1998: Whole body calcium content in term and preterm neonates. European Journal of Pediatrics 157(3): 259-260
Marino, F.; Booth, J. 1998: Whole body cooling by immersion in water at moderate temperatures. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 1(2): 73-82
Kotzerke, J.; Bergmann, K.; Glatz, S.; Höher, M.; Reske, S.N. 1997: Whole body distribution of Tc-99m-sestamibi after pharmacological stress with arbutamine and dipyridamole compared with resting conditions. Nuklearmedizin. Nuclear Medicine 36(1): 19-22
Walsh, M.L. 2000: Whole body fatigue and critical power: a physiological interpretation. Sports Medicine 29(3): 153-166
Thomas, D.W.; Birks, J.L.; Ali, P.A.; Jenkins, H.; Dutton, J.; Evans, C.J. 1993: Whole body fluid and electrolyte assays in "normal" volunteers. Basic Life Sciences 60: 63-66
Austin, E. 1997: Whole body health. Positively Aware: the Monthly Journal of the Test Positive Aware Network 8(2): 28-35
Katschinski, D.M.; Wiedemann, G.J.; Longo, W.; d'Oleire, F.R.; Spriggs, D.; Robins, H.I. 1999: Whole body hyperthermia cytokine induction: a review, and unifying hypothesis for myeloprotection in the setting of cytotoxic therapy. Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews 10(2): 93-97
Xia, H.; Ikata, T.; Katoh, S.; Rokutan, K.; Saito, S.; Kawai, T.; Kishi, K. 1998: Whole body hyperthermia selectively induces heat shock protein 72 in neurons of the rat spinal cord. Neuroscience Letters 258(3): 151-154
Kerner, T.; Deja, M.; Ahlers, O.; Löffel, J.; Hildebrandt, B.; Wust, P.; Gerlach, H.; Riess, H. 1999: Whole body hyperthermia: a secure procedure for patients with various malignancies?. Intensive Care Medicine 25(9): 959-965
Robins, H.I.; Longo, W. 1999: Whole body hyperthermia: simple complexities. Intensive Care Medicine 25(9): 898-900
Lepola, V.; Lindholm, T.S.; Jalovaara, P. 1993: Whole body irradiation does not affect induction of new bone development. Annales Chirurgiae et Gynaecologiae. Supplementum 207: 41-48
Dieli, F.; Taniguchi, M.; Asherson, G.L.; Sireci, G.; Di Sano, C.; Cigna, D.; Salerno, A. 2000: Whole body irradiation induces IFN-gamma production in BALB/c mice by preventing the appearance of a V alpha 14(+)NK T downregulatory population. Cytokine 12(9): 1307-1311
Zeng, J.; Patterson, B.W.; Klein, S.; Martin, D.R.; Dagogo-Jack, S.; Kohrt, W.M.; Miller, S.B.; Landt, M. 1997: Whole body leptin kinetics and renal metabolism in vivo. American Journal of Physiology 273(6): E1102-E1106
Roe, S.Y.; Rothwell, N.J. 1997: Whole body metabolic responses to brain trauma in the rat. Journal of Neurotrauma 14(6): 399-408
Constable, R.; Carpenter, D. 1995: Whole body movements in altered G environments. Journal of Gravitational Physiology: a Journal of the International Society for Gravitational Physiology 2(1): P104
Castillo, L.; Beaumier, L.; Ajami, A.M.; Young, V.R. 1996: Whole body nitric oxide synthesis in healthy men determined from [15N] arginine-to-[15N]citrulline labeling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(21): 11460-11465
Smithline, H.A.; Ward, K.R.; Chiulli, D.A.; Blake, H.C.; Rivers, E.P. 2003: Whole body oxygen consumption and critical oxygen delivery in response to prolonged and severe carbon monoxide poisoning. Resuscitation 56(1): 97-104
Ulmer, W.T.; Hoffarth, H.P. 1993: Whole body plethysmography for determining intrathoracic gas volume. Pneumologie 47(10): 579-582
Cabrera Villegas, A.; Gámez Cenzano, C.; Martín Urreta, J.C. 2002: Positron emission tomography (PET) in clinical oncology. Part Ii. Revista Espanola de Medicina Nuclear 21(2): 131-147; Quiz: 149-151
Yen, R.F.; Sun, S.S.; Shen, Y.Y.; Changlai, S.P.; Kao, A. 2001: Whole body positron emission tomography with 18F-fluoro-2-deoxyglucose for the detection of recurrent ovarian cancer. Anticancer Research 21(5): 3691-3694
Schadereit, R.; Klein, M.; Krawielitzki, K. 1999: Whole body protein turnover of growing rats in response to different dietary proteins--soy protein or casein. Archiv für Tierernahrung 52(4): 311-321
Waddington, W.A.; Marsden, P.J. 2001: Whole body radiation dose to the operator in bone mineral densitometry. British Journal of Radiology 74(888): 1161-1162
Chao, M.M.; Lee, Y.L.; Chao, L.S.; Yen, S.H.; Chung, W.Y.; Pan, D.H.; Chen, K.Y. 1996: Whole body radiation exposure with gamma unit radiosurgery. Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi 58(1): 29-34
Hertzberg, J. 2002: Whole body scanning and the burden of proof: creating new costs. Managed Care Interface 15(8): 52-53
Horton, K.M. 2002: Whole body screening. Critical Reviews in Computed Tomography 43(4): 243-245
Hoh, C.K.; Hawkins, R.A.; Dahlbom, M.; Glaspy, J.A.; Seeger, L.L.; Choi, Y.; Schiepers, C.W.; Huang, S.C.; Satyamurthy, N.; Barrio, J.R. 1993: Whole body skeletal imaging with [18F]fluoride ion and PET. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 17(1): 34-41
Eustace, S.; Tello, R.; DeCarvalho, V.; Carey, J.; Melhem, E.; Yucel, E.K. 1998: Whole body turbo STIR MRi in unknown primary tumor detection. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Jmri 8(3): 751-753
Sternby, J. 1998: Whole body urea kinetics. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 36(6): 734-739
Lings, S.; Leboeuf-Yde, C. 1998: Whole body vibrations and low back pain. Ugeskrift for Laeger 160(29): 4298-4301
Doyle, E.; Best, C. 1993: Whole bowel irrigation in acute poisoning. British Journal of Anaesthesia 71(3): 464
Mascalchi, M.; Tessa, C.; Moretti, M.; Della Nave, R.; Boddi, V.; Martini, S.; Inzitari, D.; Villari, N. 2002: Whole brain apparent diffusion coefficient histogram: a new tool for evaluation of leukoaraiosis. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Jmri 15(2): 144-148
Ge, Y.; Kolson, D.L.; Babb, J.S.; Mannon, L.J.; Grossman, R.I. 2003: Whole brain imaging of HIV-infected patients: quantitative analysis of magnetization transfer ratio histogram and fractional brain volume. Ajnr. American Journal of Neuroradiology 24(1): 82-87
Smith, A.M.; Grandin, C.B.; Duprez, T.; Mataigne, F.; Cosnard, G. 2000: Whole brain quantitative CBF, CBV, and MTT measurements using MRi bolus tracking: implementation and application to data acquired from hyperacute stroke patients. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Jmri 12(3): 400-410
Mena, A.M.; Alastuey, I. 1999: Whole brain radiotherapy for metastatic gestational trophoblastic disease. Gynecologic Oncology 72(2): 265-266
Teunissen, C.E.; Steinbusch, H.W.; Markerink-van Ittersum M; De Bruijn C; Axer, H.; De Vente J 2000: Whole brain spheroid cultures as a model to study the development of nitric oxide synthase-guanylate cyclase signal transduction. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research 125(1-2): 99-115
Sato, K.; Ohtsuyama, M.; Sato, F. 1993: Whole cell K and Cl currents in dissociated eccrine secretory coil cells during stimulation. Journal of Membrane Biology 134(2): 93-106
Ban, K.; Kaieda, M.; Matsumoto, T.; Kondo, A.; Fukuda, H. 2001: Whole cell biocatalyst for biodiesel fuel production utilizing Rhizopus oryzae cells immobilized within biomass support particles. Biochemical Engineering Journal 8(1): 39-43
Liu, S.; Mautone, A.J. 1996: Whole cell potassium currents in fetal rat alveolar type Ii cells cultured on Matrigel matrix. American Journal of Physiology 270(4 Part 1): L577-L586
Kronvall, G.ör.; Lannér-Sjöberg, M.; von Stedingk, L.V.; Hanson, H.-S.; Pettersson, B.; Falsen, E. 1998: Whole cell protein and partial 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis suggest the existence of a second Rothia species. Clinical Microbiology and Infection: the Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 4(5): 255-263
Yuan, X.R. 1993: Whole cell recording from neurons in slice preparation of mammalian. Sheng Li Ke Xue Jin Zhan 24(2): 178-181
He, X.P.; Liu, Q.S.; Xie, Z.P.; Liu, C.G. 1995: Whole cell recording of sodium, potassium and calcium currents of cultured neonatal rat sympathetic neurons. Sheng Li Xue Bao: 47(5): 441-447
Bligh, J. 2000: Whole doctor education. Medical Education 34(7): 496-497
Wild, R.A.; Zhang, R.J.; Medders, D. 1994: Whole endometrial fragments form characteristics of in vivo endometriosis in a mesothelial cell co-culture system: an in vitro model for the study of the histogenesis of endometriosis. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation 1(1): 65-68
Linares, L.O. 1998: Substance-abusing mothers in the child welfare system. Women's Health Issues: Official Publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health 8(4): 254-260
Schoolnik, G.K.; Voskuil, M.I.; Schnappinger, D.; Yildiz, F.H.; Meibom, K.; Dolganov, N.A.; Wilson, M.A.; Chong, K.H. 2001: Whole genome DNA microarray expression analysis of biofilm development by Vibrio cholerae O1 E1 Tor. Methods in Enzymology 336: 3-18
Beltinger, C.P.; Klimek, F.; Debatin, K.M. 1997: Whole genome amplification of single cells from clinical peripheral blood smears. Molecular Pathology: Mp 50(5): 272-275
Alexopoulou, A.; Karayiannis, P.; Hadziyannis, S.J.; Hou, J.; Pickering, J.; Luo, K.; Thomas, H.C. 1996: Whole genome analysis of hepatitis B virus from four cases of fulminant hepatitis: genetic variability and its potential role in disease pathogenicity. Journal of Viral Hepatitis 3(4): 173-181
Gouzy, J.; Corpet, F.; Kahn, D. 1999: Whole genome protein domain analysis using a new method for domain clustering. Computers and Chemistry 23(3-4): 333-340
McCarthy, L.C. 1996: Whole genome radiation hybrid mapping. Trends in Genetics: Tig 12(12): 491-493
Ohta, T. 2001: Whole genome sequence of MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)--pathogenesity is carried by mobile elements. Seikagaku. Journal of Japanese Biochemical Society 73(7): 547-553
Akanuma, J. 2002: Whole genome sequencing of human mitochondrial DNA. Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 60(Suppl 4): 683-687
Moxon, E.R. 1995: Whole genome sequencing of pathogens: a new era in microbiology. Trends in Microbiology 3(9): 335-337
Nissan, R.; Makkar, S.R.; Sela, M.N.; Stevens, R. 2000: Whole genomic DNA probe for detection of Porphyromonas endodontalis. Journal of Endodontics 26(4): 217-220
Lane, S.S.; Mizener, M.W.; Dubbel, P.A.; Mindrup, E.A.; Wick, A.A.; Doughman, D.J.; Holland, E.J. 1994: Whole globe enucleation versus in situ corneal excision: a study of tissue trauma and contamination. Cornea 13(4): 305-309
Vos, E. 2000: Whole grains and coronary heart disease. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71(4): 1009
Marquart, L.; Jacobs, D.R.; Slavin, J.L. 2000: Whole grains and health: an overview. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 19(3 Suppl): 289S-290S
Anonymous 2002: Whole grains, two drinks a day may help repel type 2 diabetes. Health News 8(8): 6-7
Bonapace, E.S.; Maurer, A.H.; Davidoff, S.; Krevsky, B.; Fisher, R.S.; Parkman, H.P. 2000: Whole gut transit scintigraphy in the clinical evaluation of patients with upper and lower gastrointestinal symptoms. American Journal of Gastroenterology 95(10): 2838-2847
Lange, J.F. 2002: Whole gut washout ameliorates progression of acute experimental pancreatitis. American Journal of Surgery 183(1): 96-97
Yol, S.; Ozer, S.; Aksoy, F.; Vatansev, C. 2000: Whole gut washout ameliorates the progression of acute experimental pancreatitis. American Journal of Surgery 180(2): 121-125
Philpott, M.P.; Sanders, D.A.; Kealey, T. 1996: Whole hair follicle culture. Dermatologic Clinics 14(4): 595-607
Ewoldt, C. 1993: Whole language. American Annals of the Deaf 138(1): 10-13
Mason, D.; Ewoldt, C. 1996: Whole language and deaf bilingual-bicultural education--naturally!. American Annals of the Deaf 141(4): 293-298
Anonymous 1988: Whole life care. Retirement apartments, skilled nursing center share suburban campus. Profiles in healthcare marketing 1988(31): 5-7
Hope, K. 1996: Whole lot of living. Elderly care counts. Nursing Times 92(37): 48-50
Lowe, L.A.; Kuehn, M.R. 2000: Whole mount in situ hybridization to study gene expression during mouse development. Methods in Molecular Biology 137: 125-137
Takeshita, K.; Utsumi, H.; Hamada, A. 1993: Whole mouse measurement of paramagnetism-loss of nitroxide free radical in lung with a L-band ESR spectrometer. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International 29(1): 17-24
Yamauchi, Y.; Endo, S.; Sakai, F.; Yoshimura, I. 1995: Whole mouth gustatory test (Part 1)--basic considerations and principal component analysis. Nihon Jibiinkoka Gakkai Kaiho 98(1): 119-129
Burgess, K.L. 1995: Whole new ballgame--providers prepare for enforcement. Provider 21(2): 41
Wideman, L.; Elahi, D.; Hanks, J. 2001: Whole organ transplantation and glucose regulation. World Journal of Surgery 25(4): 516-522
Heaney, R.P. 1998: Whole organism physiology and ethnic differences in bone. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 132(5): 358-359
Luzzana, F.; Gaspari, A.; Rademacher, J.; Adams, G.; Passalia, L.; Matteotti, C.; Innocente, F.; Polese, M.; Dionigi, P.; Zonta, A.; Maestri, M. 1999: Whole pancreatic transplantation and islet transplantation. Experiment notes. Minerva Chirurgica 54(6): 375-388
Mount, B. 1993: Whole person care: beyond psychosocial and physical needs. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care 10(1): 28-37
Kniech, K. 1980: Whole person health care at Trinity. Bulletin-American Protestant Hospital Association 43(1): 2523
Scardi, P.; Leoni, M. 2002: Whole powder pattern modelling. Acta Crystallographica. Section A Foundations of Crystallography 58(Part 2): 190-200
Sreebny, L.; Zhu, W.X. 1996: Whole saliva and the diagnosis of Sjögren's syndrome: an evaluation of patients who complain of dry mouth and dry eyes. Part 1: Screening tests. Gerodontology 13(1): 35-43
Sreebny, L.; Zhu, W.X. 1996: Whole saliva and the diagnosis of Sjögren's syndrome: an evaluation of patients who complain of dry mouth and dry eyes. Part 2: Immunologic findings. Gerodontology 13(1): 44-48
Maladière, E.; Vacher, C.; Lezy, J.P. 1999: Whole saliva flowmetry. Evaluation of 3 measurement technics. Revue de Stomatologie et de Chirurgie Maxillo-Faciale 100(5): 226-229
Porter-O'Grady, T. 1994: Whole systems shared governance: creating the seamless organization. Nursing Economic\$ 12(4): 187-195
Neuvel, S. 2002: Whole word morphologizer: expanding the word-based lexicon: a nonstochastic computational approach. Brain and Language 81(1-3): 454-463
Imbriaco; Akhurst; Hilton; Yeung; Macapinlac; Mazumdar; Pace; Kemeny; Erdi; Cohen; Fong; Guillem; Larson 2000: Whole-Body FDG-PET in Patients with Recurrent Colorectal Carcinoma. a Comparative Study with CT. Clinical Positron Imaging: Official Journal of the Institute for Clinical P.E.T 3(3): 107-114
Sedlacek, T.V.; Spyropoulus, P.; Cifaldi, R.; Glassburn, J.; Fisher, S. 1997: Whole-abdomen radiation therapy as salvage treatment for epithelial ovarian carcinoma. Cancer Journal from Scientific American 3(6): 358-363
Shylaja Kumari J; Umesh; Gowda 1994: Whole-atom integral incoherent scattering cross sections of elements Na, Cl, K, Cu, Br, Rb, Ag, Cd, I, and Hg at 661.6 keV. Physical Review. A Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics 50(2): 1265-1268
Kawakami, K.; Oka, K.; Kato, M.; Shiku, H. 2000: Whole-bladder irradiation and doxorubicin-containing chemotherapy as successful treatment for a primary mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma of the bladder. International Journal of Hematology 72(3): 346-348
Spokas, E.G.; Nicholson, N.S.; Suleymanov, O.D.; Walsh, G.M.; Tuffin, D. 1999: Whole-blood assays for evaluation of thromboxane synthase inhibition. Methods in Molecular Biology 120: 249-256
Saito, N.; Kayaba, H.; Honda, K.; Yamada, Y.; Cui, C.; Kamada, Y.; Kuwasaki, T.; Oyamada, H.; Chihara, J. 1999: Whole-blood flow-cytometric analysis of induction of adhesion molecules expression on eosinophils stimulated by phorbol-12-myristate-13-acetate/ionomycin. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 120(Suppl): 27-29
Lock, J.P.; Szuts, E.Z.; Malomo, K.J.; Anagnostopoulos, A. 2002: Whole-blood glucose testing at alternate sites: glucose values and hematocrit of capillary blood drawn from fingertip and forearm. Diabetes Care 25(2): 337-341
Butscher, W.G.; Ladenson, P.W.; Burek, C.L. 2001: Whole-blood proliferation assay for autoimmune thyroid disease: comparison to density-gradient separated-peripheral blood lymphocytes. Thyroid: Official Journal of the American Thyroid Association 11(6): 531-537
Cuccaro, M.L.; Wright, H.H.; Abramson, R.K.; Marsteller, F.A.; Valentine, J. 1993: Whole-blood serotonin and cognitive functioning in autistic individuals and their first-degree relatives. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 5(1): 94-101
Ruiz Hernández, G.; Tajahuerce Romera, M.; Lara Pomares, A.; Munárriz Ferrándis, J.; Frau Llopis, A.; Latorre Ibáñez, M.D. 2002: Whole-body (67)Ga scintigraphy in a patient with thymus carcinoma. Revista Espanola de Medicina Nuclear 21(2): 118-122
Hoegerle, S.; Altehoefer, C.; Ghanem, N.; Koehler, G.; Waller, C.F.; Scheruebl, H.; Moser, E.; Nitzsche, E. 2001: Whole-body 18F dopa PET for detection of gastrointestinal carcinoid tumors. Radiology 220(2): 373-380
Bury, T.; Dowlati, A.; Paulus, P.; Corhay, J.L.; Hustinx, R.; Ghaye, B.; Radermecker, M.; Rigo, P. 1997: Whole-body 18FDG positron emission tomography in the staging of non-small cell lung cancer. European Respiratory Journal 10(11): 2529-2534
Bangerter, M.; Moog, F.; Buchmann, I.; Kotzerke, J.; Griesshammer, M.; Hafner, M.; Elsner, K.; Frickhofen, N.; Reske, S.N.; Bergmann, L. 1998: Whole-body 2-[18F]-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose positron emission tomography (FDG-PET) for accurate staging of Hodgkin's disease. Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 9(10): 1117-1122
Rutt, B.K.; Stebler, B.G.; Cann, C.E.; Boyd, D.P.; Genant, H.K.; Manatt, S.L. 1985: Whole-body CT scanner for ultraprecise, ultraaccurate determination of bone density. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 9(3): 609-610
Rogers, L.F. 2002: Whole-body CT screening: edging toward commerce. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(4): 823
Meltzer, C.C.; Luketich, J.D.; Friedman, D.; Charron, M.; Strollo, D.; Meehan, M.; Urso, G.K.; Dachille, M.A.; Townsend, D.W. 2000: Whole-body FDG positron emission tomographic imaging for staging esophageal cancer comparison with computed tomography. Clinical Nuclear Medicine 25(11): 882-887
Hoh, C.K.; Glaspy, J.; Rosen, P.; Dahlbom, M.; Lee, S.J.; Kunkel, L.; Hawkin, R.A.; Maddahi, J.; Phelps, M.E. 1997: Whole-body FDG-PET imaging for staging of Hodgkin's disease and lymphoma. Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Official Publication Society of Nuclear Medicine 38(3): 343-348
Daldrup-Link, H.E.; Franzius, C.; Link, T.M.; Laukamp, D.; Sciuk, J.; Jürgens, H.; Schober, O.; Rummeny, E.J. 2001: Whole-body MR imaging for detection of bone metastases in children and young adults: comparison with skeletal scintigraphy and FDG PET. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 177(1): 229-236
Barkhausen, J.; Quick, H.H.; Lauenstein, T.; Goyen, M.; Ruehm, S.G.; Laub, G.; Debatin, J.F.; Ladd, M.E. 2001: Whole-body MR imaging in 30 seconds with real-time true FISP and a continuously rolling table platform: feasibility study. Radiology 220(1): 252-256
O'Connell, M.J.; Powell, T.; Brennan, D.; Lynch, T.; McCarthy, C.J.; Eustace, S.J. 2002: Whole-body MR imaging in the diagnosis of polymyositis. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(4): 967-971
Hurwitz, R. 1998: Whole-body MR imaging versus isotope bone scanning for metastases. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 171(2): 519-520
Eustace, S.J.; Walker, R.; Blake, M.; Yucel, E.K. 1999: Whole-body MR imaging. Practical issues, clinical applications, and future directions. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America 7(2): 209-236
Cuenod, C.A.; Tasu, J.P. 1999: Whole-body MRi. Journal de Radiologie 80(5 Suppl): 511-514
Lauenstein, T.C.; Freudenberg, L.S.; Goehde, S.C.; Ruehm, S.G.; Goyen, M.; Bosk, S.; Debatin, J.ör.F.; Barkhausen, J.ör. 2002: Whole-body MRi using a rolling table platform for the detection of bone metastases. European Radiology 12(8): 2091-2099
Hawkins, R.A.; Hoh, C.K.; Dahlbom, M. 1992: Whole-body PET finds promising clinical niche. Diagnostic Imaging 14(6): 88-91; 121
Valk, P.E.; Abella-Columna, E.; Haseman, M.K.; Pounds, T.R.; Tesar, R.D.; Myers, R.W.; Greiss, H.B.; Hofer, G.A. 1999: Whole-body PET imaging with [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose in management of recurrent colorectal cancer. Archives of Surgery 134(5): 503
Ott, D.J. 1999: Whole-body PET proves superior to CT for staging primary colorectal carcinoma. American Journal of Gastroenterology 94(1): 285-286
De Potter, T.; Flamen, P.; Van Cutsem, E.; Penninckx, F.; Filez, L.; Bormans, G.; Maes, A.; Mortelmans, L. 2002: Whole-body PET with FDG for the diagnosis of recurrent gastric cancer. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 29(4): 525-529
Kurokawa, T.; Yoshida, Y.; Kawahara, K.; Tsuchida, T.; Fujibayashi, Y.; Yonekura, Y.; Kotsuji, F. 2002: Whole-body PET with FDG is useful for following up an ovarian cancer patient with only rising CA-125 levels within the normal range. Annals of Nuclear Medicine 16(7): 491-493
Almeida-Filho, P.; Ravizzini, G.C.; Almeida, C.; Borges-Neto, S. 2000: Whole-body Tc-99m sestamibi scintigraphy in the follow-up of differentiated thyroid carcinoma. Clinical Nuclear Medicine 25(6): 443-446
Kim, D.G.; Kim, C.Y.; Paek, S.H.; Lee, D.S.; Chung, J.K.; Jung, H.W.; Cho, B.K. 1998: Whole-body [18F]FDG PET in the management of metastatic brain tumours. Acta Neurochirurgica 140(7): 665-673; Discussion: 673-674
Kim, S.H.; Chung, S.K.; Bahk, Y.W.; Park, Y.H.; Lee, S.Y.; Sohn, H.S. 1999: Whole-body and pinhole bone scintigraphic manifestations of Reiter's syndrome: distribution patterns and early and characteristic signs. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 26(2): 163-170
Ahmed, A.E.; Jacob, S.; Soliman, S.; Ahmed, N.; Osman, K.; Loh, J.P.; Romero, N. 1993: Whole-body autoradiographic disposition, elimination and placental transport of [14C]tri-o-cresyl phosphate in mice. Journal of Applied Toxicology: Jat 13(4): 259-267
Stridsberg, M.; Tjälve, H.; Wilander, E. 1993: Whole-body autoradiography of 123I-labelled islet amyloid polypeptide (IAPP). Accumulation in the lung parenchyma and in the villi of the intestinal mucosa in rats. Acta Oncologica 32(2): 155-159
Fujita, M.; Seibyl, J.P.; Vaupel, D.B.; Tamagnan, G.; Early, M.; Zoghbi, S.S.; Baldwin, R.M.; Horti, A.G.; KoreN, A.O.; Mukhin, A.G.; Khan, S.; Bozkurt, A.; Kimes, A.S.; London, E.D.; Innis, R.B. 2002: Whole-body biodistribution, radiation absorbed dose, and brain SPET imaging with [123i]5-i-A-85380 in healthy human subjects. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 29(2): 183-190
Massari, F.; Mastropasqua, F.; Guida, P.; De Tommasi, E.; Rizzon, B.; Pontraldolfo, G.; Pitzalis, M.V.; Rizzon, P. 2001: Whole-body bioelectrical impedance analysis in patients with chronic heart failure: reproducibility of the method and effects of body side. Italian Heart Journal: Official Journal of the Italian Federation of Cardiology 2(8): 594-598
Steinborn, M.M.; Heuck, A.F.; Tiling, R.; Bruegel, M.; Gauger, L.; Reiser, M.F. 1999: Whole-body bone marrow MRi in patients with metastatic disease to the skeletal system. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 23(1): 123-129
Lötborn, M.; Bratteby, L.E.; Samuelson, G.; Ljunghall, S.; Sjöström, L. 1999: Whole-body bone mineral measurements in 15-year-old Swedish adolescents. Osteoporosis International: a Journal Established as Result of Cooperation Between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the Usa 9(2): 106-114
Muşat, E.; Stefănescu, C.; Rusu, V. 1999: Whole-body bone scintigraphy in the diagnosis and follow-up of the evolution of breast cancer. Revista Medico-Chirurgicala a Societatii de Medici Si Naturalisti Din Iasi 103(1-2): 163-169
Linsenmaier, U.; Krötz, M.; Häuser, H.; Rock, C.; Rieger, J.; Bohndorf, K.; Pfeifer, K.J.ür.; Reiser, M. 2002: Whole-body computed tomography in polytrauma: techniques and management. European Radiology 12(7): 1728-1740
Sakakura, Y.; Tagawa, M.; Tsukamoto, K. 1998: Whole-body cortisol concentrations and ontogeny of aggressive behavior in yellowtail (Seriola quinqueradiata Temminck and Schlegel; Carangidae). General and Comparative Endocrinology 109(2): 286-292
Tellier, P.; Lecouffe, P.; Vasseur, C. 1998: Whole-body exercise thallium imaging in smokers. Vascular Medicine 3(1): 15-20
Mazumdar, A.; Siegel, M.J.; Narra, V.; Luchtman-Jones, L. 2002: Whole-body fast inversion recovery MR imaging of small cell neoplasms in pediatric patients: a pilot study. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(5): 1261-1266
Hegewisch-Becker, S.; Gruber, Y.; Corovic, A.; Pichlmeier, U.; Atanackovic, D.; Nierhaus, A.; Hossfeld, D.K. 2002: Whole-body hyperthermia (41.8 degrees C) combined with bimonthly oxaliplatin, high-dose leucovorin and 5-fluorouracil 48-hour continuous infusion in pretreated metastatic colorectal cancer: a phase II study. Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 13(8): 1197-1204
Salford, L.G.; Brun, A.; Kjellén, E.; Pero, R.W.; Persson, R.B. 1997: Whole-body hyperthermia and ADPRT inhibition in experimental treatment of brain tumors. Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 835: 194-202
Wiedemann, G.J. 2000: Whole-body hyperthermia: global warming in tumor therapy?. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 125(11): 316
Shankaran, S.; Laptook, A.; Wright, L.L.; Ehrenkranz, R.A.; Donovan, E.F.; Fanaroff, A.A.; Stark, A.R.; Tyson, J.E.; Poole, K.; Carlo, W.A.; Lemons, J.A.; Oh, W.; Stoll, B.J.; Papile, L.-A.; Bauer, C.R.; Stevenson, D.K.; Korones, S.B.; McDonald, S. 2002: Whole-body hypothermia for neonatal encephalopathy: animal observations as a basis for a randomized, controlled pilot study in term infants. Pediatrics 110(2 Part 1): 377-385
Foster, K.R.; Lukaski, H.C. 1996: Whole-body impedance--what does it measure?. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 64(3 Suppl): 388s-396s
Schmidt, D.; Langen, K.J.; Herzog, H.; Wirths, J.; Holschbach, M.; Kiwit, J.C.; Ziemons, K.; Coenen, H.H.; Müller-Gärtner, H. 1997: Whole-body kinetics and dosimetry of L-3--123I-iodo-alpha-methyltyrosine. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 24(9): 1162-1166
Börner, A.R.; Langen, K.J.; Herzog, H.; Hamacher, K.; Müller-Mattheis, V.; Schmitz, T.; Ackermann, R.; Coenen, H.H. 2001: Whole-body kinetics and dosimetry of cis-4-[(18)F]fluoro-L-proline. Nuclear Medicine and Biology 28(3): 287-292
Vallejo Mar, M.; Gee-Johnson, S.; Kim, E.E.; Podoloff, D.A. 2002: Whole-body lymphoscintigraphy using transmission scans. Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology 30(1): 12-17
Carriero, A.; Scarabino, T.; Magarelli, N.; Giannatempo, G.; Vizzani, F.; Cammisa, M.; Salvolini, U.; Bonomo, L. 1997: Whole-body magnetic resonance angiography using a contrast medium. Technical optimization. La Radiologia Medica 94(4): 319-324
Fujimoto, T.; Itoh, M.; Kumano, H.; Tashiro, M.; Ido, T. 1996: Whole-body metabolic map with positron emission tomography of a man after running. Lancet 348(9022): 266
Parker, G.C.; McKee, M.E.; Bishop, C.; Coscina, D.V. 2001: Whole-body metabolism varies across the estrous cycle in Sprague-Dawley rats. Physiology and Behavior 74(3): 399-403
Higuchi, H.; Yoshii, S.; Osawa, H.; Suzuki, S.; Samuel, A.; Hosaka, S.; Shindou, S.; Tada, Y. 2000: Whole-body oxygen consumption at different temperatures during cardiopulmonary bypass. Kyobu Geka. Japanese Journal of Thoracic Surgery 53(10): 841-846
Shypailo, R.J.; Posada, J.K.; Ellis, K.J. 1998: Whole-body phantoms with anthropomorphic-shaped skeletons for evaluation of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry measurements. Applied Radiation and Isotopes: Including Data Instrumentation and Methods for use in Agriculture Industry and Medicine 49(5-6): 503-505
Enhorning, G.; van Schaik, S.; Lundgren, C.; Vargas, I. 1998: Whole-body plethysmography, does it measure tidal volume of small animals?. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 76(10-11): 945-951
De Wit, M.; Bumann, D.; Beyer, W.; Herbst, K.; Clausen, M.; Hossfeld, D.K. 1997: Whole-body positron emission tomography (PET) for diagnosis of residual mass in patients with lymphoma. Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 8(Suppl 1): 57-60
Bedigian, M.P.; Benard, F.; Smith, R.J.; Karp, J.S.; Alavi, A. 1998: Whole-body positron emission tomography for oncology imaging using singles transmission scanning with segmentation and ordered subsets-expectation maximization (OS-EM) reconstruction. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 25(6): 659-661
Bengel, F.M.; Ziegler, S.I.; Avril, N.; Weber, W.; Laubenbacher, C.; Schwaiger, M. 1997: Whole-body positron emission tomography in clinical oncology: comparison between attenuation-corrected and uncorrected images. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 24(9): 1091-1098
Stumpe, K.D.; Urbinelli, M.; Steinert, H.C.; Glanzmann, C.; Buck, A.; von Schulthess, G.K. 1998: Whole-body positron emission tomography using fluorodeoxyglucose for staging of lymphoma: effectiveness and comparison with computed tomography. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 25(7): 721-728
Karlan, B.Y.; Hoh, C.; Tse, N.; Futoran, R.; Hawkins, R.; Glaspy, J. 1993: Whole-body positron emission tomography with (fluorine-18)-2-deoxyglucose can detect metastatic carcinoma of the fallopian tube. Gynecologic Oncology 49(3): 383-388
Karlan, B.Y.; Hawkins, R.; Hoh, C.; Lee, M.; Tse, N.; Cane, P.; Glaspy, J. 1993: Whole-body positron emission tomography with 2-[18F]-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose can detect recurrent ovarian carcinoma. Gynecologic Oncology 51(2): 175-181
Antoch, G.; Freudenberg, L.S.; Stattaus, J.; Jentzen, W.; Mueller, S.P.; Debatin, J.F.; Bockisch, A. 2002: Whole-body positron emission tomography-CT: optimized CT using oral and IV contrast materials. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(6): 1555-1560
Böni, R. 1996: Whole-body positron emission tomography: an accurate staging modality for metastatic melanoma. Archives of Dermatology 132(7): 833-834
Gordon, B.A.; Flanagan, F.L.; Dehdashti, F. 1997: Whole-body positron emission tomography: normal variations, pitfalls, and technical considerations. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 169(6): 1675-1680
Stein, R.; Fisch, M.; Andreas, J.; Bockisch, A.; Hohenfellner, R.; Thüroff, J.W. 1998: Whole-body potassium and bone mineral density up to 30 years after urinary diversion. British Journal of Urology 82(6): 798-803
Booth, J.; Wilsmore, B.R.; Macdonald, A.D.; Zeyl, A.; Mcghee, S.; Calvert, D.; Marino, F.E.; Storlien, L.H.; Taylor, N.A. 2001: Whole-body pre-cooling does not alter human muscle metabolism during sub-maximal exercise in the heat. European Journal of Applied Physiology 84(6): 587-590
Waterlow, J.C. 1995: Whole-body protein turnover in humans--past, present, and future. Annual Review of Nutrition 15: 57-92
Berger, F.; Lee, Y.-P.; Loening, A.M.; Chatziioannou, A.; Freedland, S.J.; Leahy, R.; Lieberman, J.R.; Belldegrun, A.S.; Sawyers, C.L.; Gambhir, S.S. 2002: Whole-body skeletal imaging in mice utilizing microPET: optimization of reproducibility and applications in animal models of bone disease. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 29(9): 1225-1236
Wang, Z.; Zhu, S.; Wang, J.; Pierson, R.N.; Heymsfield, S.B. 2003: Whole-body skeletal muscle mass: development and validation of total-body potassium prediction models. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 77(1): 76-82
O'Connell, M.J.; Hargaden, G.; Powell, T.; Eustace, S.J. 2002: Whole-body turbo short tau inversion recovery MR imaging using a moving tabletop. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(4): 866-868
Wasserman, D.E.; Wilder, D.G.; Pope, M.H.; Magnusson, M.; Aleksiev, A.R.; Wasserman, J.F. 1997: Whole-body vibration exposure and occupational work-hardening. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 39(5): 403-407
Johanning, E.; Fischer, S.; Christ, E.; Göres, B.; Landsbergis, P. 2002: Whole-body vibration exposure study in U.S. railroad locomotives--an ergonomic risk assessment. Aiha Journal: a Journal for the Science of Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety 63(4): 439-446
Yonekawa, Y.; Maeda, S.; Kanada, K.; Takahashi, Y. 1999: Whole-body vibration perception thresholds of recumbent subjects--Part 1: Supine posture. Industrial Health 37(4): 398-403
Maeda, S.; Yonekawa, Y.; Kanada, K.; Takahashi, Y. 1999: Whole-body vibration perception thresholds of recumbent subjects--Part 2: Effect of vibration direction. Industrial Health 37(4): 404-414
Johanning, E. 1997: Whole-body vibration--call for occupational medical surveillance and prevention. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 39(11): 1031-1033
Lee, D.C.; Roberts, J.R.; Kelly, J.J.; Fishman, S.M. 1995: Whole-bowel irrigation as an adjunct in the treatment of radiopaque arsenic. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 13(2): 244-245
Liacouras, C.A.; Piccoli, D.A. 1996: Whole-bowel irrigation as an adjunct to the treatment of chronic, relapsing Clostridium difficile colitis. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 22(3): 186-189
Buckley, N.; Dawson, A. 1993: Whole-bowel irrigation for theophylline overdose. Annals of Emergency Medicine 22(11): 1774; Author Reply 1775-6
Sporer, K.A. 1993: Whole-bowel irrigation in the management of ingested poisoning. Western Journal of Medicine 159(5): 601
Bonneville, F.; Moriarty, D.M.; Li, B.S.Y.; Babb, J.S.; Grossman, R.I.; Gonen, O. 2002: Whole-brain N-acetylaspartate concentration: correlation with T2-weighted lesion volume and expanded disability status scale score in cases of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. Ajnr. American Journal of Neuroradiology 23(3): 371-375
Ozdoba, C.; Nirkko, A.C.; Remonda, L.; Lövblad, K.O.; Schroth, G. 2002: Whole-brain functional magnetic resonance imaging of cerebral arteriovenous malformations involving the motor pathways. Neuroradiology 44(1): 1-10
Neuhauser, P.C. 1986: Whole-brain management: putting innovative thinking to work in health care. Journal of Healthcare Education and Training: the Journal of the American Society for Healthcare Education and Training 1(2): 12-14
Eddé, D.J. 1994: Whole-breast compression ultrasonography with the patient in the sitting position. Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal 45(4): 324-326
Greenfield, L.J.; Macdonald, R.L. 1996: Whole-cell and single-channel alpha1 beta1 gamma2S GABAA receptor currents elicited by a "multipuffer" drug application device. Pflugers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 432(6): 1080-1090
Penington, N.J.; Kelly, J.S.; Fox, A.P. 1993: Whole-cell recordings of inwardly rectifying K+ currents activated by 5-HT1A receptors on dorsal raphe neurones of the adult rat. Journal of Physiology 469: 387-405
Liu, Q.S.; Jia, Y.S.; Xie, Z.P.; Ju, G. 1997: Whole-cell recordings of the supraoptic nucleus neurons from rat hypothalamic slices in vitro. Sheng Li Xue Bao: 49(4): 467-470
Link, J.M.; Synovec, R.E. 1999: Whole-column radioactivity detection: simultaneous separation and enhanced detectability. Analytical Chemistry 71(14): 2700-2707
Blackburn, G. 2000: Whole-diet approach extends lives. Health News 6(6): 1-2
Nieduszynski, C.A.; Murray, J.; Carrington, M. 2002: Whole-genome analysis of animal A- and B-type cyclins. Genome Biology 3(12): Research 0070
Maruno, M.; Ninomiya, H.; Ghulam Muhammad, A.K.; Hirata, M.; Kato, A.; Yoshimine, T. 2000: Whole-genome analysis of human astrocytic tumors by comparative genomic hybridization. Brain Tumor Pathology 17(1): 21-27
MacKay, K.; Eyre, S.; Myerscough, A.; Milicic, A.; Barton, A.; Laval, S.; Barrett, J.; Lee, D.; White, S.; John, S.; Brown, M.A.; Bell, J.; Silman, A.; Ollier, W.; Wordsworth, P.; Worthington, J. 2002: Whole-genome linkage analysis of rheumatoid arthritis susceptibility loci in 252 affected sibling pairs in the United Kingdom. Arthritis and Rheumatism 46(3): 632-639
Mazzone, M.; De Gregorio, E.; Lavitola, A.; Pagliarulo, C.; Alifano, P.; Di Nocera, P.P. 2001: Whole-genome organization and functional properties of miniature DNA insertion sequences conserved in pathogenic Neisseriae. Gene 278(1-2): 211-222
Wei, D. 1997: Whole-heart modeling: progress, principles and applications. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology 67(1): 17-66
Lanza, P.; Moss, R.B.; Giermakowska, W.; Hancock, R.B.; Richieri, S.P.; Theofa, G.; Jensen, F.C.; Salk, P.L.; Carlo, D.J. 1998: Whole-killed gp120-depleted HIV-1 antigen in a murine model for prophylactic vaccination. Vaccine 16(7): 727-731
Allen, T.W. 1997: Will failure to use OMT be grounds for malpractice?. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 97(5): 268
Wooden, K.K.; Hogstrom, K.R.; Blum, P.; Gastorf, R.J.; Cox, J.D. 1996: Whole-limb irradiation of the lower calf using a six-field electron technique. Medical Dosimetry: Official Journal of the American Association of Medical Dosimetrists 21(4): 211-218
Feigenberg, S.J.; Marcus, R.B.; Zlotecki, R.A.; Scarborough, M.T.; Enneking, W.F. 2002: Whole-lung radiotherapy for giant cell tumors of bone with pulmonary metastases. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 401: 202-208
Shapiro, B.J.; Chan, K.M.; Barbers, R.G.; Starnes, V.A. 1996: Whole-lung vs lobe transplantation for adults. Archives of Internal Medicine 156(8): 908
Nemeth, L.; O'Briain, S.; Puri, P. 1999: Whole-mount NADPH-diaphorase histochemistry is a reliable technique for the intraoperative evaluation of extent of aganglionosis. Pediatric Surgery International 15(3-4): 195-197
Little, C.D.; Drake, C.J. 2000: Whole-mount immunolabeling of embryos by microinjection. Increased detection levels of extracellular and cell surface epitopes. Methods in Molecular Biology 135: 183-189
Hsu, C.W.; Tuan, R.S. 1997: Whole-mount in situ hybridization for developing chick embryos using digoxygenin-labeled RNA probes. Methods in Molecular Biology 63: 263-270
Carswell, F. 1996: Whole-population screening for carriers of cystic fibrosis gene. Lancet 347(9013): 1421-1422
Bock, J.R.; Gough, D.A. 2003: Whole-proteome interaction mining. Bioinformatics 19(1): 125-134
Mori, Y.; Uemura, K.; Lizuka, Y. 2002: Whole-surface analysis of semiconductor wafers by accumulating short-time mapping data of total-reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry 74(5): 1104-1110
Bellman, L. 2002: Whole-system evaluation research of a scheme to support inner city recruitment and retention of GPs. Family Practice 19(6): 685-690
Chan, K.M.A.; Moore, B.R. 2002: Whole-tree methods for detecting differential diversification rates. Systematic Biology 51(6): 855-865
Peterson, E.A. 1998: Wholeness. Transcending time and change. Journal of Christian Nursing: a Quarterly Publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship 15(3): 4-9
Lafont, O. 2000: Wholesale dealers and apothecaries in Rouen. Revue d'Histoire de la Pharmacie 48(326): 203-208
Young, D. 2001: Wholesalers, distributors overcome logistic obstacles after terrorist attacks. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy: Ajhp: Official Journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 58(21): 2007-2008
Toscano, S. 1995: Wholesaling in the managed care market. Medical Interface 8(12): 78-81
Aro, A. 1999: Wholesome Christmas fish. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 115(23): 2673-2676
Kamsiouk, L.; Sheveleva, A. 1991: Wholesome parenthood. Integration 1991(29): 16-18
Levrat-Verny, M.A.; Coudray, C.; Bellanger, J.; Lopez, H.W.; Demigné, C.; Rayssiguier, Y.; Rémésy, C. 1999: Wholewheat flour ensures higher mineral absorption and bioavailability than white wheat flour in rats. British Journal of Nutrition 82(1): 17-21
Schuster, S.J. 1997: Wholistic care. Healing a "sick" system. Nursing Management 28(6): 56-59; Quiz 60
Doody, M.F. 1983: Wholistic medicine--yesterday, today, tomorrow. Oh. Osteopathic Hospitals 27(5): 8
Brazil, R.; Nicholson, N.; Glouberman, S.; Rathwell, T.; Enachescu, D. 1993: Wholly Romanian empire. Health Service Journal 103(5351): 26-27
Mayer, J. 1992: Wholly responsible for a part, or partly responsible for a whole? The concept of spiritual care in nursing. Second Opinion 17(3): 26-55
Lewis, F.M. 1996: Whom and from what paradigm should health promotion serve?. Health Education Quarterly 23(4): 448-452
Gayet, C.; Rosas, C.A.; Magis, C.; Uribe, P. 2002: Whom do Mexican adolescents talk to about AIDS?. Salud Publica de Mexico 44(2): 122-128
Teixeira, C.A. 1976: Whom do hospitals serve?. Hospital Administration in Canada 18(1): 13-14
Checkoway, B.; O'Rourke, T.; Macrina, D. 1980: Whom do providers represent?. Health Law Project Library Bulletin 5(2): 49-53
Lee, S-Yih.D.; Alexander, J.A.; Bazzoli, G.J. 2003: Whom do they serve? Community responsiveness among hospitals affiliated with health systems and networks. Medical Care 41(1): 165-179
Perez, V.P. 1993: Whom do we serve?. Rhode Island Medicine 76(4): 173-174
Heisler, M.A. 2000: Whom should i name as my IRA beneficiary?. Journal 79(2): 20-21
Svedmyr, G. 2001: Whom should thank for the raise of child psychiatry?. Lakartidningen 98(16): 1965
Pellegrino, E.D.; Harvey, J.C. 2001: Whom should the patient trust? A friendly report to Kevin Wildes. America 185(9): 19 22-3
Krein, S.L.; Hofer, T.P.; Kerr, E.A.; Hayward, R.A. 2002: Whom should we profile? Examining diabetes care practice variation among primary care providers, provider groups, and health care facilities. Health Services Research 37(5): 1159-1180
Krampe 1998: Whom should you trust?. Pflege Aktuell 52(7): 401
Wigersma, L. 1988: Whom the condom fits: mechanical and mental barriers. Huisarts en Wetenschap 31(10): 331-334
Angermeyer, M.C.; Matschinger, H.; Riedel-Heller, S.G. 1999: Whom to ask for help in case of a mental disorder? Preferences of the lay public. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 34(4): 202-210
Collin, J.F. 1997: Whom to interest in regional health conferences?. Sante Publique 9(1): 3
Weiss, J.O.; Kozma, C.; Lapham, E.V. 1997: Whom would you trust with your genetic information?. American Journal of Human Genetics 61(4): A24
Zucker, S.D. 2002: Whomsoever ignores the natural history of the hepatitis C virus is doomed to treat it. Gastroenterology 122(2): 578-579
Koerner, J. 1993: Whooooo are youuuuu?. Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing 9(6): 311
Anonymous 2000: Whooping cough (pertussis): FactSheet. New South Wales Public Health Bulletin 11(11): 193
Sandström, K.; Nilsson, K. 1995: Whooping cough and anaesthesia. Paediatric Anaesthesia 5(1): 76
Adonajło, A. 1993: Whooping cough in 1991. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 47(1-2): 67-70
Czarkowski, M.P.; Kuszewski, K. 1994: Whooping cough in 1992. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 48(1-2): 55-63
Tomaszunas-Błaszczyk, J. 1996: Whooping cough in 1994. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 50(1-2): 81-88
Tomaszunas-Błaszczyk, J.; Rudowska, J. 1997: Whooping cough in 1995. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 51(1-2): 43-48
Tomaszunas-Błaszczyk, J. 1998: Whooping cough in 1996. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 52(1-2): 23-31
Christie, P.; O'Brien, S. 1997: Whooping cough in Scotland--the next epidemic. Health Bulletin 55(5): 292-295
Chodorowska, M.; Kuklińska, D. 2001: Whooping cough in adolescents and adults. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 55(1-2): 189-195
Campins Martí, M.; Moraga Llop, F.A. 2000: Whooping cough in adolescents and adults. Epidemiology and implications for vaccination. Medicina Clinica 114(17): 661-664
Anonymous 2000: Whooping cough in children and adults: SITKO (Permanent Inoculation Commission) draws conclusions. Kinderkrankenschwester: Organ der Sektion Kinderkrankenpflege 19(9): 381-382
Hoppe, J.E. 1996: Whooping cough in pregnant patients and newborn infants. Zeitschrift für Geburtshilfe und Neonatologie 200(6): 241-244
Shannon, M. 2002: Now there's a country-wide toll-free poison center number. Child Health Alert 20: 1
Das, P. 2002: Whooping cough makes global comeback. Lancet. Infectious Diseases 2(6): 322
Kulkarni, S.S.; Tripathy, S.; Paranjape, R.S.; Mani, N.S.; Joshi, D.R.; Patil, U.; Gadkari, D.A. 1999: Isolation and preliminary characterization of two HIV-2 strains from Pune, India. Indian Journal of Medical Research 109(23): 123-130
Knutsson, N.; Boberg, B.; Borin, A.; Kardell, P. 1993: Whooping cough study--Göteborg's research can provide a new vaccine. Vardfacket 17(4): XVIII-XVXIX
Devine, M.J.; Bellis, M.A.; Tocque, K.; Syed, Q. 1998: Whooping cough surveillance in the north west of England. Communicable Disease and Public Health 1(2): 121-125
Grimprel, E. 1999: Whooping cough today. Presse Medicale 28(30): 1671-1675
Milligan, R.A.; Parks, P.L.; Kitzman, H.; Lenz, E.R. 1997: Measuring women's fatigue during the postpartum period. Journal of Nursing Measurement 5(1): 3-16
Elliman, D. 1998: Whooping cough vaccines: where next?. Child: Care Health and Development 24(4): 259-265
Crowcroft, N.S.; Britto, J. 2002: Whooping cough--a continuing problem. Bmj 324(7353): 1537-1538
Liese, J. 1996: Whooping cough--complications and prevention of whooping cough in children. Kinderkrankenschwester: Organ der Sektion Kinderkrankenpflege 15(7): 258-259
Gross, R. 2001: Whooping cough--origin of a pathogen. Krankenpflege Journal 39(10-12): 338-340
Bălan, A.; Beldescu, N. 1998: Whooping cough. its current epidemiological characteristics. Bacteriologia Virusologia Parazitologia Epidemiologia 43(4): 261-267
Francis Centeno, M.; Borque Andrés, C.; del Castillo Martín, F.; Díez Sebastián, J.; García Hortelano, J. 1998: Whooping cough: a retrospective study of the cases diagnosed over a period of 15 years. Anales Espanoles de Pediatria 49(3): 280-283
Escorihuela Esteban, R.; Barajas Sánchez, M.V.ís. 2002: Whooping cough: an emerging problem. Revista Espanola de Salud Publica 76(4): 267-270
Ovetchkine, P. 1999: Whooping cough: diagnosis, prevention. La Revue du Praticien 49(10): 1107-1113
Gelbart, M. 1999: Whooping cough: how the west was won. Nursing Times 95(40): 52-54
Gillie, O. 1977: Whooping cough: the facts parents have not been told. Sunday Times 1977: 6
Anonymous 1994: Whooping cough: vaccinations now terminating. Immunitat und Infektion 22(2): III
Urden, L.D. 1998: Heart failure collaborative care: an integrated partnership to manage quality and outcomes. Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice 2(2): 64-70
Grensing-Pophal, L. 1998: Whoops! Now what?. Nursing 28(1): 64
Fisher, K. 1996: Whoops! Safe health care facility floors are no accident. Health Facilities Management 9(11): 44; 46
Hodgson, J.M. 1996: Whoops, i didn't realize it was so long!. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis 37(4): 452
Taylor, M. 2000: Whopping settlement for Fresenius. Modern Healthcare 30(4): 6
Nicklas, T.O. 1994: Whores are us. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 87(4): 185-186
Rogers, T.D.; Waxman, D. 1994: Whorwell et al's "Physiological effects of emotion: assessment via hypnosis". British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 164(2): 241-243
Applegate, K.E.; Neuhauser, D.V. 1999: Whose Aunt Minnie?. Radiology 211(1): 292
Hufford 1995: Whose Culture, Whose Body, Whose Healing?. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 1(5): 94-95
Marshall, E. 1997: Whose DNA is it, anyway?. Science 278(5338): 564-567
Mlynek, Y. 1993: Whose Medical Society?. Lakartidningen 90(25): 2363
Hanna, K.E. 2002: Whose advice? Expert committees get a makeover. Hastings Center Report 32(6): 13
Seguí Díaz, M. 1997: Whose are the true objectives?. Atencion Primaria 20(4): 212; 214
Phillips, S.G.; Carey, L.A. 1999: Whose article is it anyway?. Lancet 354(9189): 1563
Rogers, W.A. 2002: Whose autonomy? which choice? a study of GPs' attitudes towards patient autonomy in the management of low back pain. Family Practice 19(2): 140-145
Whyte, A. 1998: Whose baby. Nursing Times 94(20): 24-26
Rust, M. 1987: Whose baby is it? Surrogate motherhood after Baby M. Aba Journal 73(6): 52; 54-56
Volland, L.; Shub, J.L. 1996: Whose benefit is it, anyway?. New York State Dental Journal 62(2): 20-21
Andrews, L.; Nelkin, D. 1998: Whose body is it anyway? Disputes over body tissue in a biotechnology age. Lancet 351(9095): 53-57
Hewson, B. 1997: Whose body is it, anyway?. Nursing Standard: 11(35): 18
Cohen, A. 1996: Whose body? Living with pain. Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society 32: 39-64
Matthews, P. 1983: Whose body? people as property. Current Legal Problems 36: 193-239
Gadow, S. 1994: Whose body? Whose story? The question about narrative in women's health care. Soundings 77(3-4): 295-307
Saarelma, O.; Mäkelä, M. 2001: Whose bread you eat, his songs you will sing?. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 117(2): 135-136
Snowdon, S.K. 1993: Whose breast is best? Trends in infant feeding in early modern England. Midwives Chronicle 106(1271): 500-501
Parrot, D.L. 1996: Whose business is fitness?. Journal of Health Care Marketing 16(3): 44-49
De Haan, K. 1998: Whose child am I? a look at how consent affects a husband's obligation to support a child conceived through heterologous artificial insemination. Brandeis Law Journal 37(4): 809-827
Earle, S.; Letherby, G. 2002: Whose choice is it anyway? Decision making, control and conception. Human Fertility 5(2): 39-41
MacKenzie, J.P.; Johnson, D. 1991: Whose choice is it, anyway?. New York Times on the Web 1991: A22
Gregory, S. 2001: Whose choice is it? Supporting the parents' right to decide. Neonatal Network: Nn 20(3): 53-54
Goodwin, R. 1993: Whose choice?. Contemporary Nurse 2(2): 84-85
Anonymous 2000: Whose clinical guidelines?. Managed care interface Suppl: 4
Reist, M.Tankard. 1995: Whose consensus is it? The feminist challenge to Cairo. Human Life Review 21(1): 53-62
Spencer, A.; Eggar, R.; Anderson, D. 2001: Whose consent is it anyway?. British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 178: 177-178
Marta, J. 1998: Whose consent is it anyway? a poststructuralist framing of the person in medical decision-making. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 19(4): 353-370
Baumrin, B. 1993: Whose contract and what is it? the doctor-patient agreement. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine new York 60(1): 3-5
Rosén, P. 1994: Whose criteria will direct the health services? the hospital management must make the strategic choices. Lakartidningen 91(35): 3070-3073
Oswald, I. 1997: Whose data are they anyway? Access to raw data would need legislation. Bmj 314(7082): 749
Slovak, A.J.; Kalman, C.; Davies, N.F.; Mayho, G.; Wood, R. 1997: Whose data are they anyway? Datasharing would cause problems in nuclear industry. Bmj 314(7082): 749-750
Winkler, J.T. 1997: Whose data are they anyway? Food industry could be misusing data. Bmj 314(7082): 750
Gilligan, T.; Raffin, T.A. 1996: Whose death is it, anyway?. Annals of Internal Medicine 125(2): 137-141
Rosenfeld, D.M. 1999: Whose decision is it anyway?: identifying the Medicaid planning client. Specialty Law Digest. Health Care Law 246: 8-20
Dobson, A.; Porteous, J.; McElduff, P.; Alexander, H. 1997: Whose diet has changed?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 21(2): 147-154
Tramèr, M.R.; Reynolds, D.J.; Goodman, N.W. 2001: Whose drug is it anyway?. Lancet 358(9289): 1275
Zimmer, Z.; Hermalin, A.I.; Lin, H.-S. 2002: Whose education counts? the added impact of adult-child education on physical functioning of older taiwanese. Journals of Gerontology. Series B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 57(1): S23-S32
Stefan, S. 1989: Whose egg is it anyway?: reproductive rights of incarcerated, institutionalized and incompetent women. Nova law review 13(2): 405-456
Rousseau, G.S.; Foucault, M. 1972: Whose enlightenment? not man's: the case of Michel Foucault. [Essay review. Eighteenth-Century Studies 6: 238-256
Wing, S. 1998: Whose epidemiology, whose health?. International Journal of Health Services: Planning Administration Evaluation 28(2): 241-252
Miller, J.M.; Hare, E.S. 1994: Whose eponym? the case for Edward Selleck Hare. Maryland Medical Journal 43(6): 498-499
Kaimowitz, G. 1980: Whose ethic is it anyway?. Trial 16(12): 27-29+
Meyers, D.H. 2001: Whose ethics?. Medical Journal of Australia 174(10): 546-547
Witkin, S.L.; Harrison, W.D. 2001: Whose evidence and for what purpose?. Social Work 46(4): 293-296
Stewart, M. 2001: Whose evidence counts? An exploration of health professionals' perceptions of evidence-based practice, focusing on the maternity services. Midwifery 17(4): 279-288
Harari, E. 2001: Whose evidence? Lessons from the philosophy of science and the epistemology of medicine. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 35(6): 724-730
Hassed, C. 2000: Whose evidence? the corporatisation of medical research. Australian Family Physician 29(11): 1090-1091
Kopitnik, N.L. 1992: Whose fault is it doctors aren't "special" anymore?. Medical Economics 69(11): 183-186
Blaxter, M. 1997: Whose fault is it? People's own conceptions of the reasons for health inequalities. Social Science and Medicine 44(6): 747-756
Ciriello, R.; De Gennaro, F.; Frascaro, S.; Guerrieri, A. 2018: A novel approach for the selective analysis of l-lysine in untreated human serum by a co-crosslinked l-lysine-α-oxidase/overoxidized polypyrrole bilayer based amperometric biosensor. Bioelectrochemistry 124: 47-56
Lalani, S. 1986: Whose file is it anyway?. Canadian Doctor 52(9): GP29-GP30
Kerr, C. 1984: Whose finger on the audit button?. Health and Social Service Journal 94(4880): 70-71
Wells, C.; Morgan, D. 1991: Whose foetus is it?. Journal of Law and Society 18(4): 431-447
Block, A.L. 1999: Whose freedom?. Archives of Internal Medicine 159(17): 2092
Wong, C.L. 1993: The involvement of histamine H2-receptors in restraint-induced antinociception in male mice. Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology 15(6): 351-356
Green, R.M.; Thomas, A.Mathew. 1997: Whose gene is it? A case discussion about familial conflict over genetic testing for breast cancer. Journal of Genetic Counseling 6(2): 245-254
Lone Dog, L. 1999: Whose genes are they? the Human Genome Diversity Project. Journal of Health and Social Policy 10(4): 51-66
Marshall, E. 1996: Whose genome is it, anyway?. Science 273(5283): 1788-1789
Kemmer, D.; Fraser, A. 2002: Whose genome is next?. Genome Biology 3(12): Reports 4037
Macer, D. 1991: Whose genome project?. Bioethics 5(3): 183-211
Churchill, L.R. 1996: Whose good? Rethinking beneficence in the era of managed care. Clinical Ethics Report 10(1): 1-8
Saver, B.G. 1996: Whose guideline is it, anyway?. Archives of Family Medicine 5(9): 532-534
Wynne-Jones, T. 2002: Whose health? who cares?. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 167(2): 156-157
McIntyre, R.V. 1996: Whose home health care?. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 89(6): 193
Kern, S.E. 2002: Whose hypothesis? Ciphering, sectorials, D lesions, freckles and the operation of Stigler's Law. Cancer Biology and Therapy 1(5): 571-581
Cooper, A.F. 1998: Whose illness is it anyway? Why patient perceptions matter. International Journal of Clinical Practice 52(8): 551-556
Talman, E.A. 1993: Whose interest should have priority? Phase II: society's challenge for the next decade. Virginia medical quarterly: VMQ 120(3): 132-134
Anderson, J.F. 1996: Whose interest? Patient's, physician's or society's?. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 155(9): 1235
Hogg, C.; Williamson, C. 2001: Whose interests do lay people represent? Towards an understanding of the role of lay people as members of committees. Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 4(1): 2-9
Thornton, H. 1993: Whose interests: patient's or researcher's?. Bulletin of Medical Ethics No. 93: 13-19
Holton, L. 1995: Whose job is it anyhow? School-based clinics give kids a chance to learn. Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 48(7): 8-11
Leifer, D. 1996: Whose job is it anyway?. Nursing Standard: 1987) 10(42): 14
Knecht, P.R.; Kazemek, E.A. 2001: Whose job is it anyway? Governance restructuring clarifies board roles. Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 54(8): 16-20 1
Hewett-Silk, B. 1995: Whose job is it anyway? the doctor/nurse debate. Health Manpower Management 21(1): 5-7
Gormley, K. 1996: Whose job is it to care?. Nursing Times 92(25): 50-51
Franck, C. 1998: Whose job is it, anyway?. Michigan Nurse 71(1): 3
Blaufox, M.D.; Gottschalk, A. 2001: Whose liability is it anyway?. Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Official Publication Society of Nuclear Medicine 42(12): 1729
Page, J.O. 1999: Whose license is it anyway?. Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 24(5): 92
Ward, E. 2001: Whose life is it anyway?. Lancet 358(9283): 766
Tucker, L.B. 2000: Whose life is it anyway? Understanding quality of life in children with rheumatic diseases. Journal of Rheumatology 27(1): 8-11
Waterson, J. 1994: Whose life is it, anyway?. Nursing Times 90(1): 45
Gorney, C. 1984: Whose life is it? Intensive care nurses wrestle with ethics. Washington Post 1984: K1 K6-7
Meegan, S.P.; Berg, C.A. 2001: Whose life task is it anyway? Social appraisal and life task pursuit. Journal of Personality 69(3): 363-389
Treasure, T. 2002: Whose lung is it anyway?. Thorax 57(1): 3-4
Litt, I.F. 2001: Whose manuscript is it, anyway?. Journal of Adolescent Health: Official Publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine 28(3): 163-164
Morgan, C.J.; Anderson, T.B. 1988: Whose medical records are they, anyway?. Canadian Doctor 54(8): 14
Tickner, V. 1993: Whose move in midwifery education?. Midwives Chronicle 106(1270): 416
Dolan, B. 1999: Whose need does A&E serve?. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 6(9): 1
Curran, C.R. 1997: Whose needs are being met?. Nursing Economic\$ 15(5): 233; 278
Adrian, M. 2002: Whose needs are to be met? Customer satisfaction with delivery of treatment services for heroin users. Substance use and Misuse 37(4): 543-547
King, S. 1996: Whose needs does the computer serve?. Oregon Nurse 61(3): 3
Mitka, M. 2000: Whose news is it, anyway?. JAMA 283(8): 992
Shapiro, S.C.. 2002: Whose norm?. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 6(11): 490
Dayan, C.M.; Saravanan, P.; Bayly, G. 2002: Whose normal thyroid function is better--yours or mine?. Lancet 360(9330): 353
Dowie, M. 1988: Whose organs will transplant surgeons use next?. Medical Economics 65(10): 148-150; 152-153 155 Passim
Kleinpell, R.M. 1997: Whose outcomes. Patients, providers, or payers?. Nursing Clinics of North America 32(3): 513-520
Ducharme, J. 2001: Whose pain is it anyway? Managing pain in the emergency department. Emergency Medicine 13(3): 271-273
Grodin, M.A.; Sassower, R. 1987: Whose patient is this, anyway?. Irb 9(2): 6-7
Thomison, J.B. 1994: Whose patient, anyhow?. Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association 87(8): 356-357
Hershey, N. 1993: Whose patients are they, anyway? Humana Medical Plan, Inc. V. Jacobson. Hospital Law Newsletter 11(1): 1-3
Tumulty, K. 2000: Whose pill is sweetest?. Time 156(12): 29-31
Okuonzi, S.A.; Macrae, J. 1995: Whose policy is it anyway? International and national influences on health policy development in Uganda. Health Policy and Planning 10(2): 122-132
Dolan, P. 1999: Whose preferences count?. Medical Decision Making: An International Journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making 19(4): 482-486
Kapiriri, L.; Norheim, O.F. 2002: Whose priorities count? Comparison of community-identified health problems and Burden-of-Disease-assessed health priorities in a district in Uganda. Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 5(1): 55-62
Forrest, S. 1994: Whose quality of care is it anyway? Methodological issues in evaluating residential care for the mentally ill. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 1(1): 31-39
Hatton, C. 1998: Whose quality of life is it anyway? Some problems with the emerging quality of life consensus. Mental Retardation 36(2): 104-115
Fry, P.S. 2000: Whose quality of life is it anyway? Why not ask seniors to tell us about it?. International Journal of Aging and Human Development 50(4): 361-383
Bond, A.E. 1997: Whose quality of life?. Critical Care Nurse 17(6): 112
Morris, C.D. 1996: Whose radiograph?. British Dental Journal 181(2): 47
O'Farrel, P. 1982: Whose reality?: The Irish famine in history and literature. Historical Studies 20(78): 1-13
Merenstein, J.H. 1994: Whose residents are they, anyway?. Family Medicine 26(3): 140
Boynton, A.C.; Jacobs, G.C.; Zmud, R.W. 1992: Whose responsibility is IT (information technology) management?. Sloan Management Review 33(4): 32-38
Victor, C.R.; Young, E.; Hudson, M.; Wallace, P. 1993: Whose responsibility is it anyway? Hospital admission and discharge of older people in an inner-London District Health Authority. Journal of Advanced Nursing 18(8): 1297-1304
Griffith, J.L. 1978: Whose responsible for patients after they leave a same-day surgery unit?. Same-Day Surgery 2(4): 80
Yamaguchi, T.; Nakamura, S.; Hatamoto, M.; Tamura, E.; Tanikawa, D.; Kawakami, S.; Nakamura, A.; Kato, K.; Nagano, A.; Yamaguchi, T. 2018: A novel approach for toluene gas treatment using a downflow hanging sponge reactor. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 102(13): 5625-5634
Emanuel, E. 1997: Whose right to die?. Atlantic Monthly 279(3): 73-79
La Puma, J. 1996: Whose right to die? Assisted suicide and managed care. Managed Care 5(6): 53; 56
Sanders, A.L. 1989: Whose right to die? The Supreme Court will wrestle with the ultimate question. Time 134(24): 80
Cane, M.B. 1973: Whose right to life? Implications of Roe V. Wade. Family Law Quarterly 7(4): 413-432
Cohen, P. 1999: Whose rights are they anyway?. New Scientist 164(2218): 10
Anonymous 1993: Whose rights prevail for dead mother carrying living fetus?. Hospital ethics 9(1): 13-14
Cady, R.F. 1999: Whose rights supersede, those of the patient or those of the unborn fetus?. Jona's Healthcare Law Ethics and Regulation 1(1): 7-9
Haapasalo-Pesu, K.M. 1997: Whose rights:adolescence's or parent's?. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 113(1): 56-57
Berman, M.B. 1992: Whose rite is it anyway?: the search for a constitutional permit to die. Southwestern University law review 22(1): 105-158
Green, E. 1996: Whose role is it? in my opinion. Nursing Quality Connection 5(4): 41; 44, 47
Magill-Cuerden, J. 1997: Whose safety in childbirth?. Modern Midwife 7(9): 4-5
Kitcher, P. 1997: Whose self is it, anyway?. Sciences 37(5): 58-62
Anonymous 1995: Whose services does an HMO value most?. Managed Care 4(5): 22
Chenen, A.R. 1983: Whose side is your hospital's lawyer on?. Medical Economics 60(13): 109
Eshel, O. 2001: Whose sleep is it, anyway? or 'night moves'. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 82(Part 3): 545-562
Quijano, G.; Drut, R.; Gómez, M.ía.A.; Rúa, E.C. 2002: Whose small bowel biopsy is this? AIDS from molecular biology: use of molecular techniques for mismatched specimen identification. Pediatric and Developmental Pathology: the Official Journal of the Society for Pediatric Pathology and the Paediatric Pathology Society 5(4): 410-412
Dyer, C. 1996: Whose sperm is it anyway?. Bmj 313(7061): 837
Jacob, F. 2001: Whose standard is it, anyway?. Tobacco Control 10(4): 394-5; author reply 395-6
Bialous, S.A.; Yach, D. 2001: Whose standard is it, anyway? How the tobacco industry determines the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards for tobacco and tobacco products. Tobacco Control 10(2): 96-104
Morowitz, H.J. 1993: Whose standards?. Hospital Practice 28(5): 25-26
Donley, C. 1995: Whose story is it anyway? the roles of narratives in health care. Trends in Health Care Law and Ethics 10(4): 27-32,39-40
Scutt, J.A. 1991: Whose surrogate? Surrogacy, ethics, and the law. Issues in Reproductive and Genetic Engineering: Journal of International Feminist Analysis 4(2): 169-177
Quinn, M.C. 2000: Whose team am i on anyway? Musings of a public defender about drug treatment court practice. Review of Law and Social Change. new York University 26(1-2): 37-75
Bateman, A.C.; Theaker, J.M.; Howell, W.M. 1996: Whose tissue is it anyway?. Journal of Pathology 179(3): 229-231
Schoenfeld, M.R. 1994: Whose tissues are they anyway? a proposal for state ownership of the human body and its parts. Journal of Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Procedures 12(3): 145-149
McKenny, G.P.; Capaldo, N.; Engelhardt, H.T.; Hauerwas, S.; Ramsey, P. 1995: Whose tradition? which Enlightenment? what content? Engelhardt, Hauerwas, Capaldo, and the future of Christian bioethics. Christian Bioethics 1(1): 84-96
Plummer, D. 2000: Whose turf is it, anyway? Diagnostic ultrasonography in the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine: Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 7(2): 186-187
Smith, J. 1983: Whose turn to carve the joint?. Health and Social Service Journal 93(4868): 1224-1225
Knapp, R.M. 2001: Whose value is it anyway?. Anesthesia and Analgesia 93(2): 514-515
Cynn, C. 1999: Whose virus is it anyway?. Body Positive 12(1): 28-32
Sveinsdóttir, Hís.; Lundman, B.; Norberg, A. 2002: Whose voice? Whose experiences? Women's qualitative accounts of general and private discussion of premenstrual syndrome. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 16(4): 414-423
Draper, J. 1997: Whose welfare in the labour room? A discussion of the increasing trend of fathers' birth attendance. Midwifery 13(3): 132-138
Kuczewski, M.G.; Brock, D.; Buchanan, A. 1994: Whose will is it, anyway? A discussion of advance directives, personal identity, and consensus in medical ethics. Bioethics 8(1): 27-48
Welk, T.A. 2000: Whose "dignity" are we talking about?. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care 17(4): 279-280
Chambers, D.W. 2002: Why. Journal of the American College of Dentists 69(1): 41-48
Shifrin, D.I. 1982: Why & how we constantly update our system for controlled substances. Pharmacy Times 48(8): 88-90
Boulton, A.J. 1994: Why 'diabetes and history'?. Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 11(7): 616-617
Kitani, K.; Minami, C.; Isobe, K-ichi.; Maehara, K.; Kanai, S.; Ivy, G.O.; Carrillo, M-Christina. 2002: Why (--)deprenyl prolongs survivals of experimental animals: increase of anti-oxidant enzymes in brain and other body tissues as well as mobilization of various humoral factors may lead to systemic anti-aging effects. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 123(8): 1087-1100
Thongpanchang; Paruch; Katz; Rheingold; Lam; Liable-Sands 2000: Why (1S)-Camphanates Are Excellent Resolving Agents for Helicen-1-ols and Why they can be Used to Analyze Absolute Configurations. Journal of Organic Chemistry 65(6): 1850-1856
Fischhoff, B. 1999: Why (cancer) risk communication can be hard. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Monographs 1999(25): 7-13
Reed, K.L. 1996: Why (not) do obstetric ultrasound? An observation on uncertainty. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology: the Official Journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 8(1): 1-2
Margolis, R.J. 1977: Why 117 medical schools can't be right. Change 9(10): 26-33 64
Anonymous 2000: Why 19th century institutions are governed by representative bodies. Bmj 320(7235): 618a
Reiss, M.; Reiss, G. 2002: Why 2 ears?. Praxis 91(8): 321-322
Hill, R.M. 1999: The "physiologically effective" correlates: peDk/L and peDk. Optometry and Vision Science: Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry 76(3): 135-140
Greiff, S.J. 1999: Why 2k? Millenium issues in EMS. Emergency Medical Services 28(2): 25; 27
Lavin, J.H. 1983: Why 3 out of 5 patients switch. Medical Economics 60(11): 11-17
Gauvreau, K.; Pagano, M. 1994: Why 5%?. Nutrition 10(1): 93-94
Perego, M. 1999: Why A&E nurses feel inadequate in managing patients who deliberately self harm?. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 6(9): 24-27
Philipson, T.J.; Posner, R.A.; Wright, J.H. 1994: Why AIDS prevention programs don't work. Issues in Science and Technology 10(3): 33-35
Ackerman, S.J. 1995: Why Aetna wants a piece of the primary care action. Medical Network Strategy Report 4(3): 2-4
McCann, J.J.; Hebert, L.E.; Bennett, D.A.; Skul, V.V.; Evans, D.A. 1997: Why Alzheimer's disease is a women's health issue. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association 52(3): 132-137
Callahan, D. 1993: Why America accepted bioethics. Hastings Center Report 23(6): S8-S9
White, R.; Havala, S. 1995: Why America cannot sustain its diet. Preventive Medicine 24(6): 656-657
Dalton, K.; Roosevelt, T. 1979: Why America loved Theodore Roosevelt: or charisma is in the eyes of the beholders. Psychohistory Review 8(3): 16-26
Gershenson, D.M. 2001: Why American women are not receiving state-of-the-art gynecologic cancer care. Cancer Journal 7(6): 450-457
Richmond, J.B. 1979: Why Americans are healthiest ever: a new size-up. U.S. News and World Report 87(18): 63
Ham, F.L. 1989: Why Americans like Canada's health system. Business and Health 7(7): 35-36
Atallah, A.N. 1998: Why Archibald Cochrane used to call for effectiveness and efficiency?. Sao Paulo Medical Journal 116(1): 1601
Sabolovic, J.; Liedl, K.R.. 1999: Why Are Copper(II) Amino Acid Complexes not Planar in their Crystal Structures? An ab Initio and Molecular Mechanics Study. Inorganic Chemistry 38(12): 2764-2774
Cohen 1997: Why Are we (or ÒWire WeÓ) Doing This? a Modern Electrophysiology Case. Journal of Invasive Cardiology 9(8): 555-557
Hoffman 1995: Why Are we So Anxious about "Managed Care"?. Cancer Control: Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center 2(4): 324-325
Poblet, J.-M..; Rohmer, M.-M.; Bénard, M. 1996: Why Are [Cu(8)Te(12)](4)(-) Cage Clusters and Metallocarbohedrenes M(8)C(12) Topologically Different? An ab Initio SCF Study. Inorganic Chemistry 35(13): 4073-4075
D'Ottavio, A.E.; Imperiale, G.; Villar, I. 1997: Why Argentinian students studied medicine then and now. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 72(10): 833-834
Baldi, P. 1991: Why Audubon has population programmes. Earthwatch 1991(41): 15
Gaughwin, M.D. 1998: Why Australia needs minimum standards of deliberation for public health. Medical Journal of Australia 168(5): 228-229
Redfern, M. 1984: Why Baby Fae never stood a chance. New Scientist 104(1432): 7
Magro, A.M. 1997: Why Barbie is perceived as beautiful. Perceptual and Motor Skills 85(1): 363-374
Winkler, R.L. 2001: Why Bayesian analysis hasn't caught on in healthcare decision making. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 17(1): 56-66
Aalen, O.O. 2002: Why Bayesian thinking?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 122(14): 1354
Coan, P. 1981: Why Bill Vomvoris won't take 'no' for an answer. Food Management 16(11): 43-45; 68 70 Passim
Marino, W.J. 1994: Why Blue Cross is setting up new HMOs. Journal of Health Care Benefits 4(1): 50-52
Eschen, A. 1998: Why Bolivians are talking about gender roles. Avsc News 36(1): 1-2
Haslam, D. 1983: Why Brent has resisted the manpower targets. Health Services Manpower Review 9(3): 6-8
Klein, R. 1998: Why Britain is reorganizing its national health service--yet again. Health Affairs 17(4): 111-125
Britton, J.; McNeill, A. 2001: Why Britain needs a nicotine regulation authority. To bring consistency and regulation to tobacco and alternative nicotine products. Bmj 322(7294): 1077-1078
Strang, J.; Clee, W.B.; Gruer, L.; Raistrick, D. 1997: Why Britain's drug czar mustn't wage war on drugs. Bmj 315(7104): 325-326
Benson, T. 2001: Why British GPs use computers and hospital doctors do not. Proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2001: 42-46
Harper, T. 1989: Why British doctors are fighting for socialized medicine. Medical Economics 66(13): 80
Serota, K.S. 2000: Why CDA must champion Internet connectivity. Journal 66(7): 365-366
Dolan, T.C. 1994: Why CEO employment contracts?. Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 47(4): 24-25
Ratan, S. 1993: Why CEOs aren't buying the plan. Fortune 128(9): 63-64
Charan, R.; Colvin, G. 1999: Why CEOs fail. Fortune 139(12): 68-72 74-6 78
Robert, M.M. 1991: Why CEOs have difficulty implementing their strategies. Journal of Business Strategy 12(2): 58-59
Bain, E. 1988: Why CEOs should 'let go' of disabling behaviors. Health Care 30(9): 33
Feit, S. 2000: Why CQI fails. Effective Clinical Practice: Ecp 3(5): 255
Anonymous 1991: Why Canada's health system wouldn't work in the U.S. Internist 32(6): 45
Rauchman, S. 1988: Why Canadian hospitals are turning to privatization. Canadian Doctor 54(6): 8-9
Kramer, M. 1994: Why Clinton blew his cool. Time 143(3): 28
Patmas, M.A. 1993: Why Clinton's health plan is doomed. New Jersey Medicine: the Journal of the Medical Society of new Jersey 90(3): 190-191
Terry, K. 1996: Why Columbia will be part of your life. Medical Economics 73(9): 114-115; 118-22; 128-131
Roterman, I.; KrUl, M.; Nowak, M.; Konieczny, L.; Rybarska, J.; Stopa, B.; Piekarska, B.; Zemanek, G. 2001: Why Congo red binding is specific for amyloid proteins - model studies and a computer analysis approach. Medical Science Monitor: International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research 7(4): 771-784
Peck, R.L. 1979: Why Congress' deregulation mood doesn't apply to doctors. Medical Economics 56(22): 29 32 34 Passim
Mil'kovich, M.; Iegli, D. 1993: Why D-galacturonic acid does not bind agglutinin from Ricinis communis. Bioorganicheskaia Khimiia 19(8): 811-816
Shepperd, S.; Charnock, D. 1998: Why DISCERN?. Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 1(2): 134-135
Olson, J.K. 2001: Why DONs drop out. Today's director of nursing grapples with high expectations and limited resources. Contemporary Longterm Care 24(10): 16-18
Richards, R.J.; Darwin, C.R. 1983: Why Darwin delayed, or interesting problems and models in the history of science. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 19(1): 45-53
Finkelstein, G.; Darwin, C. 2000: Why Darwin was English. Endeavour 24(2): 76-78
De Kloet ER 1997: Why Dexamethasone Poorly Penetrates in Brain. Stress 2(1): 13-20
Hunt, I.R..; Rauk, A.; Keay, B.A.. 1996: Why do Catalytic Quantities of Lewis Acid Generally Yield more Product than 1.1 Equiv in the Intramolecular Diels-Alder Reaction with a Furan Diene? 2.(1) AM1 Calculations and Mathematical Simulation of the Equilibria. Journal of Organic Chemistry 61(2): 751-757
Pories 1992: Why Does the Gastric Bypass Control Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus?. Obesity Surgery 2(4): 303-313
Rablen; Paquette; Borden 2000: Why Doesn't all-trans-1,2,3,4,5,6-Hexaspiro(THF)cyclohexane complex metal ions?. Journal of Organic Chemistry 65(26): 9180-9185
Margolick, D.; Kevorkian, J. 1993: New level of debate arising over doctor-assisted suicide. New York Times on the Web 1993: A1 A12
Sherrid, P. 1999: Why Dr. Kildare stuck to medicine. U.S. News and World Report 127(2): 42-44
Pennachio, D.L. 2002: Why Dr. Kooyer had to move. Medical Economics 79(24): 42 47-8
Anonymous 1994: Why ECT still shocks us. New Scientist 144(1953): 3
Ferko, J.G. 1987: Why EMS needs physicians. Physician's role in prehospital EMS. Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 12(9): 51-57
Marchant, J. 1997: Why Europe leads U.S. in interventional devices. Diagnostic Imaging 19(11): 73-77
Rofail, F.F. 1978: Why Europe responded to the Muslims' medical achievements in the Middle Ages. Arabica 25: 292-309
Halenar, J.F. 1981: Why FMGs are earning less. Medical Economics 58(3): 85-89
De Angelis, D.A. 1999: Why FRET over genomics?. Physiological Genomics 1(2): 93-99
Rothe, P. 2001: Why first Nations communities should not be subsumed in a rural framework: seat belt wearing rates in three Alberta first Nations communities. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 60(4): 495-498
Hartnell, G.G. 1999: Why Friday afternoon?. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 172(5): 1451-1452
Goraya, J.S. 1998: Why G-6-PD deficiency is common in females. Indian Pediatrics 35(9): 933
Layton, J.E. 2000: Why GFCIs fail. Occupational Health and Safety 69(11): 72-74
Goldberg, D.P.; Oldehinkel, T.; Ormel, J. 1998: Why GHQ threshold varies from one place to another. Psychological Medicine 28(4): 915-921
Blodgett, T.B. 1989: Why General Mills mixes in health care. Harvard Business Review 67(2): 32-34
Coan, P. 1982: Why Glenyce Feeney stands alone. Food Management 17(12): 32-35; 77-78, 81
Treisman, M.; Goethe, J.W. 1996: Why Goethe rejected Newton's theory of light. Perception 25(10): 1219-1222
Curry, R.D. 1985: Why Good Samaritan laws don't work (and what you can do about it). Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 10(8): 26-30
Tomlin, Z. 1991: Why Guy's chickens might never hatch. Health Service Journal 101(5280): 13
Halpern, S. 1979: Why HAS has no bite may be because it has no teeth. Health and Social Service Journal 89(4655): 1038-1041
Abram, M.B. 1982: Why HHS should reconsider its proposed exemption for social policy experiments. Irb 4(5): 10-12
Stevens, C. 1987: Why HMOs are dumping Medicare. Medical Economics 64(10): 54-59
Gottlieb, S. 1999: Why HMOs are dumping their Medicaid patients. Western Journal of Medicine 170(6): 378-379
Herbst, E.; Woon, D.E.; Woon, D.E. 1996: Why HOC+ is detectable in interstellar clouds: the rate of the reaction between HOC+ and H2. Astrophysical Journal 463(2): L113-L115
MacCallum, J.; Brown, G. 1987: Why Hillcrest can't leave well-enough alone. Embarking on marketing when all's well. Osteopathic Hospital Leadership 31(8): 4-7
Gilman, R. 1984: Why Honeywell left: a tale of a health-care coalition. National Underwriter. Life and Health Insurance Edition 88(12): 6; 21
Torres 1991: Why i Prefer Gastric Bypass Distal Roux-en-Y Gastroileostomy. Obesity Surgery 1(2): 189-194
Wigdor, H. 1996: Why i abandoned capitation--empty chair is not a reason to participate. Journal 75(4): 48-49
Anderson, S.L. 1998: Why I am a member. Prairie Rose 67(4): 7
Bell, G.; Kent, A. 1997: Why I am a union member. Lamp 54(7): 19
Constantian, M.B. 1996: Why i am an optimist about managed care. Annals of Plastic Surgery 36(6): 655-657
Johnson, P.A. 1980: Why i am leaving a rural practice. Forum on Medicine 3(3): 210-212
Hauerwas, S. 1993: Why i am neither a communitarian nor a medical ethicist. Hastings Center Report 23(6): S9-10
Chapman 2000: Why i am not a Christian. Bmj 320(7242): 1152a
Regina 1999: Why i became a nurse... Rn 62(1): 61
Abdel-Razik 1998: Why i became an anaesthetist. Bmj 316(7148): 1914
Koenig, C.L. 1997: Why i called in the state police. Medical Economics 74(10): 144; 153-154
Renzulli, W.F. 1996: Why i came back to medicine. Medical Economics 73(9): 157-158; 160-162
Grant, D. 1987: Why i charge extra for second opinions. Medical Economics 64(10): 138
Bostwick, J.; Jones, G. 1994: Why i choose autogenous tissue in breast reconstruction. Clinics in Plastic Surgery 21(2): 165-175
Rivera, R. 1997: Why I chose a diploma program. Imprint 44(5): 43-44
Burger, M. 1989: Why i chose an HMO. Resident and Staff Physician 35(3): 96
Egan, D. 1994: Why I chose nursing. New Jersey Nurse 24(5): 1
Robinson, E. 1996: Why i chose nursing as a career. Imprint 43(1): 29-30
Sherman, F.T.; Sherman, F.T. 2001: Why I chose to be 'Dr. Beyond'. Geriatrics 56(1): 11-12
Horowitz, H.S. 2000: Why I continue to support community water fluoridation. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 60(2): 67-71
Tan, S.Y. 1996: Why i do not believe in mercy-killing. Hawaii Medical Journal 55(12): 273; 303
Tena Marsà, X. 1996: Why i do not grease up my axles... Medicina Clinica 106(16): 617-618
Filanova, V. 2001: Why I do what I do. New York State Dental Journal 67(8): 20-21
Vinger, P.F. 1996: Why i don't do radial keratotomy. Journal of the American Optometric Association 67(2): 68-72
Steingard, P.M. 1992: Why i don't take medicine's good people for granted. Medical Economics 69(22): 182; 187-190 Passim
Løvdal, K.M. 1993: Why i gave birth at home!. SYKEPLEIEN. Fag 81(4): 45-47
Connell, A.; Haynes, D.; Robotham, M.; Baum, M.; Harrison, S. 1999: Why i gave up the high life. Nursing Times 95(18): 26-29
Benson, E.P. 2001: Why i give cash to total strangers. Medical Economics 78(17): 78; 80
Phillips, D. 1997: Why i had radial keratotomy. Journal of the American Optometric Association 68(3): 143-145
Pock, N.A. 2002: Why i had to pay my patients' lab bills. Medical Economics 79(23): 54; 60
Roy, P.J. 1993: Why i hound patients for follow-up. Medical Economics 70(18): 65
Sullivan, K. 1999: Why i joined the army ROTC. Imprint 46(1): 63
Richards, S.D. 1998: Why i learned Spanish. Nursing Spectrum 8(25): 25
Waters, A. 1999: Why i left the NHS. Nursing Standard: 13(19): 14
Ehrlich, R. 1998: Why i like my intra-oral camera. Oral Health 88(11): 41
Sen Gupta, T.K. 1993: Why i like rural practice. Australian Family Physician 22(10): 1862-1863
Camp, L.N. 1993: Why I like the Coordinated Care Network idea. American Pharmacy 33(12): 49: 52
Soper, W.D. 2002: Why I love my EMR. Family Practice Management 9(9): 35-38
Lurye, D.R. 1991: Why I love my HMO. Medical Economics 68(7): 118; 120 123-124
Booth, A. 2001: Why i love nursing: directed steps. Journal of Christian Nursing: a Quarterly Publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship 18(2): 36-37
Brown, E. 1979: Why I make false statements for my patients' sake. Health and Social Service Journal 89(4629): 186-187
Chater, R.W. 1993: Why I no longer recommend Triaminic Syrup. American Pharmacy 33(8): 42
Roizen, R. 1988: Why i oppose drug company payment of physician/investigators on a per patient/subject basis. Irb 10(1): 9-10
Roy, P.J. 1999: Why i pay all the bills for our practice. Medical Economics 76(2): 55-56; 59
Cembrowicz 1998: Why i practise in montpelier. Bmj 316(7147): 1837a
Ramirez, O.M. 1997: Why i prefer the endoscopic forehead lift. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 100(4): 1033-1039; Discussion: 1043-1046
Wilson, J.P. 1990: Why i pulled the plug on a competent patient. Medical Economics 67(23): 138-139; 142-143
Lincoln, C.E. 1973: Why i reversed my stand on laissez-faire abortion. Christian Century 90(17): 477-479
Kerr, C.E. 1999: Why i settled a malpractice suit i thought i could win. Medical Economics 76(9): 215-216; 221-224
Dickerson, J. 1985: Why i spent time as a hospital volunteer. Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 17(2): 73-75
Shey, J. 2001: Why i started the Thyroid Cancer Foundation. Cancer 91(4): 623-624
Arce, W.A. 1996: Why i stay in nursing. Rn 59(11): 68
Rosenblum, J.L. 2002: Why i still cry. Share a young internist's reflections on the death of a patient at the end of a long day. Medical Economics 79(13): 65-66
Quayle, D. 2001: Why i think I'm still right. Newsweek 137(22): 52
Simonsen, M. 1996: Why i think the chicken should survive in immunology and developmental biology. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 212: 1-6
Al-Dumaini, A.A.; Halboub, E.; Alhammadi, M.S.; Ishaq, R.A.R.; Youssef, M. 2018: A novel approach for treatment of skeletal Class Ii malocclusion: Miniplates-based skeletal anchorage. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics: Official Publication of the American Association of Orthodontists its Constituent Societies and the American Board of Orthodontics 153(2): 239-247
Woolam 2000: Why I volunteer for the american cancer society. Oncologist 5(6): 439-440
Vander Veer, J.B. 1991: Why i want patients to write out their complaints. Medical Economics 68(6): 160-162
Filzwieser, I.; Pinter, M. 1998: Why i want to be a pediatric nurse. Osterreichische Krankenpflegezeitschrift 51(1): 29-30
Moir, J.; Abraham, C. 1996: Why i want to be a psychiatric nurse: constructing an identity through contrasts with general nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing 23(2): 295-298
Marco, C. 1996: Why I went full tilt at an insurer over \$267. Medical Economics 73(5): 127-8 133
Baron 1998: Why i went to oxford, not cambridge. Bmj 316(7141): 1354a
Laumann, K. 1995: Why i will vote to leave ANA. California Nurse 91(8): 2; 5
Wright, A.G. 2002: Why i would rather do OBQi than lie on a beach!. Home Healthcare Nurse 20(8): 496-499
Frankel, K.I. 2001: Why I'm going to stay where I'm needed. Medical Economics 78(22): 80; 83
Alper, P.R. 1996: Why I've been on Medicare review for seven years. Medical Economics 73(22): 151; 155-156
Fairley, D. 2000: Why I've turned into an old nark. Nursing Times 96(27): 25
Shuford, C.; Anderson, R.N. 2000: Why IFR (instrument flight rules)?. Air Medical Journal 19(3): 98-101
Dreyer, K.J. 2000: Why IHE?. Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America Inc 20(6): 1583-1584
Anonymous 1981: Why INA is unloading Hospital Affiliates. Business week 1981(2686): 54
DiNitto, J.R. 1998: Why ISO? Why now?. Transfusion 38(1): 5-8
Musallam, B.F. 1981: Why Islam permitted birth control. Arab Studies Quarterly 3(2): 181-197
Mench, J. 1998: Why it Is Important to Understand Animal Behavior. Ilar Journal 39(1): 20-26
Gage, J.S. 1997: Why Java can't print (yet). M.D. Computing: Computers in Medical Practice 14(3): 174-178
Mavis, B.E..; Lovell, K.L..; Ogle, K.S.. 1998: Why Johnnie Can't Apply Neuroscience: Testing Alternative Hypotheses Using Performance-Based Assessment. Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice 3(3): 165-176
Stults, K.R. 1988: Why Johnny can't defibrillate. Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 13(8): 39-40
Webster, C.; McLinden, S.; Begler, K. 1995: Why Johnny can't reengineer health care processes with information technology. Medinfo. Medinfo 8 Pt 2: 1283-1287
Koretz, R.L. 1996: Why Johnny won't eat. Gastroenterology 111(5): 1393-1395
Badrakumar, A.; Ball, D.R.; Jefferson, P.D. 2001: Why KY?. Anaesthesia 56(8): 802-803
Boyle, C.; Bommeli, J.P. 1993: Why L-carnitine works in sports inspite of everything. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin 41(2): 75
Edson, L. 1977: Why Laetrile won't go away. New York Times Magazine 27 Nov 1977: Unknown
Sommerville, F. 2000: Why Leo is one of the lucky ones. Nursing Times 96(24): 23
Hyde, A. 1986: Why London's ambulances are in a real jam. Health Service Journal 96(4996): 548-549
Arcarese, J.S. 1994: Why MQSA? Why now?. Radiologic Technology 66(1): 53-56
Sheils, J.F. 1996: Why MSAs increase costs. Health Affairs 15(1): 241
Sabatino, F. 1992: Why Maryland's clinical indicator project is building steam. Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 45(6): 16-17
VonderHaar, W.P. 1982: Why MedFirst Physician Care is best for you and your family. Patient Care 16(18): 133-135; 138-139
Foote, S.Bartlett. 2002: Why Medicare cannot promulgate a national coverage rule: a case of regula mortis. Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law 27(5): 707-730
Hanft, R.S. 1985: Why Medicare is in crisis. Hastings Center Report 15(3): 42-43
Ausman, J.I. 1999: Why Medicare is like a government-sponsored furniture store. Surgical Neurology 52(1): 106-108
Feder, J.; Lambrew, J. 1996: Why Medicare matters to people who need long-term care. Health Care Financing Review 18(2): 99-112
Kelley, J.F. 1999: Why Medicare should cover the kidney-pancreas transplant. Nephrology News and Issues 13(2): 39
Coughlin, J.R.; Daley, D.C.; Ibrahim, T. 2000: Why Medicare supports graduate medical education. American Journal of Medicine 109(6): 516-521
Frederick, L. 1985: Why Medicare's HMO express jumped the tracks. Medical Economics 62(5): 29; 32-35
Dunks, P.J. 1999: Why Medicare's risk-adjusted payments won't be widely acclaimed. Medical Group Management Journal 46(2): 12-13
Knightley, P.; Rorvik, D. 1978: Why Mr. Rorvik is a fraud. Sunday Times 1978: 12
Wüst, S. 1993: Why Mrs. Weber had a reputation of being difficult. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 86(10): 14-20
Prabhakaran, K. 1998: Why Mycobacterium leprae invades the eyes?. Indian Journal of Leprosy 70(4): 413
Dawson, P.E. 1997: Why NIH is wrong about "TMD". Cranio: the Journal of Craniomandibular Practice 15(1): 1-3
Ommaya 1997: Why Neurobehavioral Sequelae do not Correlate with Head Injury Severity: a Biomechanical Explanation for the Traumatic Disturbances of Consciousness. Seminars in Clinical Neuropsychiatry 2(3): 163-176
Sandiford, P.; Coyle, E.; Smith, G.D. 1991: Why Nicaraguan children survive. Moving beyond scenario thinking. Links 8(3): 11-12
Berman, G.S. 1979: Why North Americans migrate to Israel. Jewish Journal of Sociology 21(2): 135-144
Bertholet, N.; Favrat, B.; Fallab-Stubi, C.-L.; Brunner, H.R..; Burnier, M. 2000: Why Objective Monitoring of Compliance is Important in the Management of Hypertension. Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2(4): 258-262
Cook, D. 1998: Why Oedipus and not Christ?. American Journal of Psychoanalysis 58(2): 233-4; author reply 235-7
Grotstein, J.S. 1997: Why Oedipus and not Christ?: a psychoanalytic inquiry into innocence, human sacrifice, and the sacred--Part I: Innocence, spirituality, and human sacrifice. American Journal of Psychoanalysis 57(3): 193-218; Discussion: 218-220
Grotstein, J.S. 1997: Why Oedipus and not Christ?: a psychoanalytic inquiry into innocence, human sacrifice, and the sacred--Part II: the numinous and spiritual dimension as a metapsychological perspective. American Journal of Psychoanalysis 57(4): 317-335
Merkx, M.; Lippard, S.J. 2002: Why OrfY? Characterization of MMOD, a long overlooked component of the soluble methane monooxygenase from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath). Journal of Biological Chemistry 277(8): 5858-5865
Chopra, R.M. 2000: Why PACS is no longer a four-letter word. Radiology Management 22(5): 44-48
Kirby, M. 1997: Why PSA testing does have value. Practitioner 241(1576): 363
Zastrow, R.C. 2000: Why PathPAC should not provoke. Cap Today 14(7): 14; 16
Anonymous 1998: Why Philadelphians are suspicious of any HIV names reporting: Abington sues for student's HIV records. Critical Path AIDS project 1998(No 33): 65
Friss, L. 1982: Why RNs quit: the need for management reappraisal of the "propensity to leave". Hospital and Health Services Administration 27(6): 28-44
Loewy, A.H. 1989: Why Roe V. Wade should be overruled. North Carolina Law Review 67(4): 939-948
Traverso, L.W. 2002: Why SAGES? Why organized surgery?. Surgical Endoscopy 16(9): 1259-1263
Shapiro, S.H.; Glass, K.C. 2000: Why Sackett's analysis of randomized controlled trials fails, but needn't. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 163(7): 834-835
Keynes, M.; Pepys, S. 1997: Why Samuel Pepys stopped writing his diary: his dimming eyesight and ill-health. Journal of Medical Biography 5(1): 25-29
Socarides, C.W.; Kennedy, R.F.; Sirhan, S.B. 1979: Why Sirhan killed Kennedy: psychoanalytic speculations on an assassination. Journal of Psychohistory 6(4): 447-460
Leishman, J. 1994: Why Sister Cooksley had to go. British Journal of Nursing 3(17): 862
Pelham, B.W.; Mirenberg, M.C.; Jones, J.T. 2002: Why Susie sells seashells by the seashore: implicit egotism and major life decisions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 82(4): 469-487
Nugent, S. 1998: Why Sydney keeps growing--trends in population distribution in new South Wales, 1991 to 1996. People and Place 6(4): 24-32
Gordon, J. 1980: Why Syosset Hospital is sick. 1199 News. National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees. District 15(7): 24-25
Koyasu, S. 2000: Why T cells?. Tanpakushitsu Kakusan Koso. Protein Nucleic Acid Enzyme 45(11): 1795-1800
Eskildson, L. 1996: Why TQM doesn't usually work. Health Care Management Review 21(1): 93-94
Gorman, C. 2002: Why Tai Chi is the perfect exercise. Time 160(6): 68
Fineman, H. 1997: Why Ted gave it away. Newsweek 130(13): 28-32
Cohen-Almagor, R. 2002: Why the Netherlands?. Journal of Law Medicine and Ethics: a Journal of the American Society of Law Medicine and Ethics 30(1): 95-104
Anker, R.; Hein, C. 1985: Why Third World urban employers usually prefer men. International Labour Review 124(1): 73-90
Achenbaum, W.A. 1994: Why U.S. health care reform is so difficult. Hastings Center Report 24(5): 23-25
Ausman, J.I. 2001: Why U.S. neurosurgeons are in trouble: competition, cost containment, and caring. Surgical Neurology 56(2): 137-138
McCullough, L.B.; Winslade, W.J. 1996: Why VHA should keep the door to physician-assisted suicide closed. Ncce News 4(3): 1-2; 9-11
Ehlers, A. 1998: Why van der Does, van Dyck and Spinhoven (1997) did not demonstrate that superior heartbeat perception in panic disorder is partly an artefact. Journal of Affective Disorders 49(3): 241-247
Spellacy, W.N. 1996: Why WIC (Women, Infants and Children Food Supplement Program)?. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 175(4 Pt 1): 1079
Connor, S. 1985: Why Warnock's 14-day rule may be unworkable. New Scientist 105(1438): 6
Watts, G.; D'Arcy Hart, P. 2001: Why a 1940s medical committee should not be forgotten. Bmj 323(7309): 360
Guglielmo, W.J. 1997: Why a 200-physician group died. Medical Economics 74(5): 102-104; 109-110 112 Passim
Cheseaux, J.J. 1996: Why a CAN team (child abuse and neglect) in the hospital?. Revue Medicale de la Suisse Romande 116(10): 823-827
Anía, B.J.; Asenjo, M. 2002: Why a CT scan instead of a history and physical examination?. Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America Inc 22(6): 1524
Hall, J.L. 1987: Why a MeSH organization?. Hospital Entrepreneurs' Newsletter 3(1): 3; 7
Chabbert, Y.A.. 1996: Why a National Committee?. Clinical Microbiology and Infection: the Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2 Suppl. 1: S1-S2
Singh 1996: Why a New Journal in Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics?. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics 1(1): 1-2
Grassi, C.; Spinaci, S. 1996: Why a TB corner?. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease 51(3): 177
Gil, D.G. 1993: Why a White House Conference?. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 63(4): 647
Favarger, N.; Chioléro, R.; Berger, M.; Egloff, D.V. 1998: Why a burn center at the Vaud University Hospital Center?. Revue Medicale de la Suisse Romande 118(2): 103-105
Honeycutt, B.K.; Burke, S. 1998: Why a call center? and why now?. Healthcare Information Management: Journal of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society of the American Hospital Association 12(2): 19-28
Debourg, A.; Masset, V.; Trevoux, C. 1999: Why a center for parents?. Soins. Pediatrie Puericulture 191: 18-20
Rogers, B. 2001: Why a code of ethics?. Aaohn Journal: Official Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses 49(1): 11-12
Sargant, W. 1975: Should patients be 'tortured' in the name of progress?. Times 1975: 10
Noonan, J.T. 1975: Why a constitutional amendment?. Human Life Review 1(1): 26-43
Marthaler, T.M. 1996: Why a continuation of dental prophylaxis in schools?. Schweizer Monatsschrift für Zahnmedizin 106(1): 66; 94
Berman, R.A.; Moloney, T.W. 1977: Why a credit policy can improve your cash flow. Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 30(2): 18-20
Sweet, D. 2001: Why a dentist for identification?. Dental Clinics of North America 45(2): 237-251
Perry, H.O. 1999: Why a dermatologic consultation?. Cutis 63(6): 316
Miller, A.E. 1997: Why a dusty death registry made me proud. Medical Economics 74(1): 103-107
Little, M.O. 1996: Why a feminist approach to bioethics?. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 6(1): 1-18
Selfridge-Thomas, J.; Strauss, S. 1998: Why a foundation?. Journal of Emergency Nursing 24(4): 300-301
Manske 2000: Why a journal of hand Surgery? II. Journal of Hand Surgery 25(1): 3-4
Boyes 2000: Why a journal of hand surgery?. Journal of Hand Surgery 25(1): 1-2
Eisenberg, J.M. 1992: Why a journal of pharmacoeconomics?. Pharmacoeconomics 1(1): 2-4
Hoey, J.; Todkill, A.Marie. 2003: Why a journal oversight committee?. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 168(3): 287-288
De Mesquita, Q.H.; Baptista, C.A. 1994: Why a myogenic theory and not a thrombogenic theory?. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia 62(4): 271-275
Cohen, M.E. 1993: Why a neuro-oncologist?. Journal of Child Neurology 8(4): 287-291
Daly, B.J. 1999: Why a new Code?. American Journal of Nursing 99(6): 64-66
Baudner, S. 1993: Why a new international reference preparation (IRP) for human plasma proteins?. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis 7(5): 273-277
Rosenberg, C.I. 1979: Why a new malpractice crisis is coming. Medical Economics 56(22): 109-114
Ling, L.J. 2001: Why a new model?. Academic Emergency Medicine: Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 8(6): 658-659
Suarez, L.; Roche, R.A.; Pulley, L.V.; Weiss, N.S.; Goldman, D.; Simpson, D.M. 1997: Why a peer intervention program for Mexican-American women failed to modify the secular trend in cancer screening. American journal of preventive medicine 13(6): 411-417
Astrachan, A. 1988: Why a plaintiff's lawyer hates a structured settlement. Medical Economics 65(8): 157; 160
Langley, P. 2000: Why a pomegranate?. Bmj 321(7269): 1153-1154
Alderman, S. 1979: Why a professional society for directors of volunteer services?. Times 20(4): 12-13
Stern, C. 1993: Why a program on reproductive health and society?. Salud reproductiva y sociedad: organo informativo del Programa Salud Reproductiva y Sociedad de El Colegio de Mexico 1(1): 11-12
Rémy, J. 2002: Why a refresher course on thoracic radiology at the next French radiology congress?. Journal de Radiologie 83(6 Pt 1): 683
Grossman, S.B. 1976: Why a regional trauma unit?. Hospital Administration in Canada 18(5): 30; 32-33
Avan, B.I.; White, F. 2001: Why a research study needs a design?. Jpma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 51(5): 197-201
Chang, R.W.; Sharma, L. 1994: Why a rheumatologist should be interested in arthroscopy. Arthritis and Rheumatism 37(11): 1573-1576
Silver, G.A. 1994: Why a rising tide doesn't lift all the boats: Medicaid and medical care for children. American Journal of Public Health 84(6): 893-894
Lorette, G. 2000: Why a scientific medical journal in the French language?. Revue de Stomatologie et de Chirurgie Maxillo-Faciale 101(6): 283-284
Grubb, B.P. 2000: Why a section on autonomics?. Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology: An International Journal of Arrhythmias and Pacing 4(3): 457
Bankier, A.A.; Gevenois, P.A.; Sibille, Y. 2001: Why a series on imaging in the ERJ?. European Respiratory Journal 17(3): 328
Ikai, A. 1999: Why a single molecule?. Tanpakushitsu Kakusan Koso. Protein Nucleic Acid Enzyme 44(5): 695-698
Farmer, E.R. 2000: Why a skin biopsy?. Archives of Dermatology 136(6): 779-780
Bouvier-Colle, M.H. 2002: Why a special issue for maternal health in French speaking Africa?. Journal de Gynecologie Obstetrique et Biologie de la Reproduction 31(1): 40-43
Mallory, T.H.; Lombardi, A.V.; Leith, J.R.; Fujita, H.; Hartman, J.F.; Capps, S.G.; Kefauver, C.A.; Adams, J.B.; Vorys, G.C. 2002: Why a taper?. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume 84-A Suppl 2: 81-89
Gale, L. 1997: Why a traditional health outcomes approach will fail in health care and a possible solution. Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 20(3): 3
Dupond, J.L. 2002: Why a white paper on internal medicine?. La Revue de Medecine Interne 23(2): 119-120
Gossot, D. 1998: Why a "New Technologies" rubric in the Annals of Surgery?. Annales de Chirurgie 52(1): 10
Bonthron, D.T.; Jaskólski, M. 1997: Why a "benign" mutation kills enzyme activity. Structure-based analysis of the A176V mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae L-asparaginase i. Acta Biochimica Polonica 44(3): 491-504
Patel, S.; Pal, B.K.; Patel, R.K. 2018: A novel approach in red mud neutralization using cow dung. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 25(13): 12841-12848
Fager, P.J. 1993: Why abandon the Quick method?. Lakartidningen 90(35): 2837
Marquis, D. 1989: Why abortion is immoral. Journal of Philosophy 86(4): 183-202
Jakobovits, I. 1968: Jewish views on abortion. Child and Family 7(2): 142-156
Smith, T.J.; Girtman, J.; Riggins, J. 2001: Why academic divisions of hematology/oncology are in trouble and some suggestions for resolution. Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 19(1): 260-264
Ausman, J.I. 2001: Why academic health centers are failing. Surgical Neurology 55(2): 126-127
Cohen, J. 2001: Why accreditation? Quality care is everyone's responsibility. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives 22(1): 50
Kennedy, M.M. 1996: Why acting managers rarely survive. Physician Executive 22(11): 37-38
Nadel, A. 1999: Why action is needed to stop spread of hepatitis C. Nursing Times 95(14): 48-50
Doyal, L.; Doyal, L. 2001: Why active euthanasia and physician assisted suicide should be legalised. Bmj 323(7321): 1079-1080
Gabram, S.G.; Mendola, R.A.; Rozenfeld, J.; Gamelli, R.L. 1997: Why activity-based costing works. Physician Executive 23(6): 31-37
Sweeney, D.R. 1983: Why administrators sometimes fail. Group Practice Journal 32(3): 34-40
Stiles, D.A.; Gibbons, J.L.; Sebben, D.J.; Wiley, D.C. 1999: Why adolescent boys dream of becoming professional athletes. Psychological Reports 84(3 Part 2): 1075-1085
Weinberger, M.M. 1993: Why adulterate theophylline?. Annals of Allergy 71(5): 419
Aurell, M. 2000: Why against the voluntary specialists' examination?. Lakartidningen 97(5): 505
Schmidt-Hellerau, C. 2002: Why aggression? Metapsychological, clinical and technical considerations. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 83(Part 6): 1269-1289
Davis, C.D. 1978: Why aggrieved patients sue multiple defendants. Hospital Medical Staff 7(3): 16-21
Berger, A. 1998: Why albumin may not work. Bmj 317(7153): 240
Lévesque, L.; Cossette, S.; Potvin, L. 1993: Why alert residents are more or less willing to cohabit with cognitively impaired peers: an exploratory model. Gerontologist 33(4): 514-522
Groh, B.; Mulder, B. 1999: Why all crystals need not be bcc: symmetry breaking at the liquid-solid transition revisited. Physical Review. e Statistical Physics Plasmas Fluids and Related Interdisciplinary Topics 59(5 Part B): 5613-5620
Storella, R.J. 1996: Why all muscles are not alike. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 43(6): 549
Burke, D. 1998: Why all the fuss about genetically modified food?. Much depends on who benefits. Bmj 316(7148): 1845-1846
Miller, C. 1983: Why all the sudden interest in quality?. Executive Housekeeping Today 4(5): 10-13
Gustafson, P. 1996: Why all these half measures in the tobacco debate?. Lakartidningen 93(49): 4524
Woodward, A. 2002: Why all workplaces should be smoke free. New Zealand Medical Journal 115(1165): U236
Christensen, G.J. 1997: Why all-ceramic crowns?. Journal of the American Dental Association 128(10): 1453-1455
Gannon, C.C. 1993: Why alternative care settings?. Journal of Ahima 64(10): 41
Tonelli, M.R.; Callahan, T.C. 2001: Why alternative medicine cannot be evidence-based. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 76(12): 1213-1220
Chung, M.K. 1996: Why alternative medicine?. American Family Physician 54(7): 2184; 2187
Greenfield, J.M. 1987: Why am I a fund raiser?. Journal ) 1987: 23
Brady, B. 1987: Why am i a trustee?. Hospital Trustee 11(2): 9
Gruber, M. 1998: Patient with noncardiac chest pain. Lippincott's Primary Care Practice 2(4): 432-435
Brener, B.J. 1996: Why am i still doing this?. American Journal of Surgery 172(2): 97-99
Punzi, H.A. 1998: Why ambulatory blood pressure monitoring?. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy: Ajhp: Official Journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 55 Suppl. 3: S12-S16
Conner, M.V. 1982: Why ambulatory surgery deserves greater esteem. Surgical Technologist 14(4): 12-15
Simpson, R.L. 1993: Why an IS business plan? Information service. Nursing Management 24(3): 26-27
Lazarus, A. 1997: Why an MBA?. Physician Executive 23(8): 41-45
Youngblut, J.M. 1997: Why an RN?. Journal of the Society of Pediatric Nurses: Jspn 2(3): 103-104
Brandt, E.H.; Mikitik, G.P. 2002: Why an ac magnetic field shifts the irreversibility line in type-Ii superconductors. Physical Review Letters 89(2): 027002
Robinson, J. 1999: Why an acceptable cloning policy will be hard to achieve. Notre Dame Journal of Law Ethics and Public Policy 13(1): 9-14
Hargreaves, W.R. 2002: Why an alternative keyboard? Think productivity!. Occupational Health and Safety 71(4): 70
White, D.; Murphy, T.; Scott, J. 1995: Why an assessment of 'community need' is more than a tax matter. Medical Network Strategy Report 4(6): 8-10
Beatty, B.; Kirkpatrick, L. 1985: Why an auction may be the right "event" for you. Fund Raising Management 15(11): 18-25
Breedlove, W. 1978: Why an in-plant laundry closed, and how you can avoid it. American Laundry Digest 43(3): 14; 16
Snowden, R. 1982: Why an international IUD standard is not possible. Ippf Medical Bulletin 16(3): 2-4
Rinehart, H.F. 1993: Why an obstetrician couple chose an "alternative" birth. Birth Gazette 9(4): 25-29
Hedenstierna, G. 2000: Why anaesthesia is a good model to study respiratory system. Minerva Anestesiologica 66(10): 685-688; Discussion 689
Webster, C.S. 2002: Why anaesthetising a patient is more prone to failure than flying a plane. Anaesthesia 57(8): 819-820
Salsburg, D. 1999: Why analysis of variance is inappropriate for multiclinic trials. Controlled Clinical Trials 20(5): 453-468
Olds, J.L. 1999: Why anatomical scientists need to practice science advocacy. Anatomical Record 257(6): 183-184
Anonymous 1980: Why and how business uses temporary help. Office 91(6): 97
Mertelmeier, T. 1999: Why and how is soft copy reading possible in clinical practice?. Journal of Digital Imaging 12(1): 3-11
McGinly, W.C. 1995: Why and how managed care is prompting reforms in your institution. Journal ) 1995: 39-43
Smith, G.; Power, I.; Cousins, M.J. 1999: Acute pain--is there scientific evidence on which to base treatment?. British Journal of Anaesthesia 82(6): 817-819
Valensi, P.; Attali, J.R. 1997: Why and how should cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy in the diabetic be researched? Recommendations of ALFEDIAM (French Language Association for the Study of Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases). Diabetes and Metabolism 23(4): 351-356
Hjortdahl, P. 1994: Why and how should the clinical behavior of physicians be changed?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 114(20): 2372-2373
Pinto, M. 1997: Why and how should we teach molecular biology at medical and pharmacy schools. Ceskoslovenska Fysiologie 46(3): 141-145
Jacquin, P. 2002: Why and how to access contraceptives in urban pediatrics?. Archives de Pediatrie: Organe Officiel de la Societe Francaise de Pediatrie 9(Suppl 2): 248s-250s
Fénichel, P. 1994: Why and how to ameliorate capacitation without inducing an acrosome reaction?. Contraception Fertilite Sexualite 22(5): 319-324
Wilska, M.L.; Kaski, M.K. 2001: Why and how to assess the aetiological diagnosis of children with intellectual disability/mental retardation and other neurodevelopmental disorders: description of the Finnish approach. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology: Ejpn: Official Journal of the European Paediatric Neurology Society 5(1): 7-13
Costa, M.A.; Kozuma, K.; Serruys, P.W. 2001: Why and how to avoid stenting during brachytherapy. International Journal of Cardiovascular Interventions 4(2): 77-82
Raymond, J.M. 1996: Why and how to carry out studies of quality of life in gastroenterology?. Gastroenterologie Clinique et Biologique 20(12): 1067-1070
Dubey, A.K.; Recht, A.; Come, S.; Shulman, L.; Harris, J. 1998: Why and how to combine chemotherapy and radiation therapy in breast cancer patients. Recent Results in Cancer Research. Fortschritte der Krebsforschung. Progres Dans les Recherches sur le Cancer 152: 247-254
Consonni, D.; Bertazzi, P.A.; Zocchetti, C. 1997: Why and how to control for age in occupational epidemiology. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 54(11): 772-776
Cordonnier, M.; Kallay, O.; Kever, C. 1997: Why and how to correct hypermetropia?. Bulletin de la Societe Belge d'Ophtalmologie 264: 47-51
Zanen, A. 1997: Why and how to correct myopia?. Bulletin de la Societe Belge d'Ophtalmologie 264: 37-44
Modai, I.; Rabinowitz, J. 1993: Why and how to establish a computerized system for psychiatric case records. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 44(11): 1091-1095
Hudson, C.G.; Boe, G.P. 1991: Why and how to establish criteria-based performance standards. Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 23(1): 61
Philippet, B.; Allington, N. 1998: Why and how to examine the newborns' hips?. Revue Medicale de Liege 53(8): 470-474
Kukan, M.; Haddad, P.S. 2001: Why and how to innovate liver transplantation: a multiple treatment strategy. Hepatology 34(2): 440-441
Lukacs, B. 1995: Why and how to measure the quality of life? Questions to be asked by the urologist. Presse Medicale 24(32): 1514-1518
Muti, P.; Deutsch, A.; Freudenheim, J.; Bolelli, G.; Hill, L.; Trevisan, M. 2000: Why and how to measure urinary sex steroid metabolites in epidemiological studies in women. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases: Nmcd 10(2): 85-91
Keeling, R.P. 2001: Why and how to publish research in the Journal of American College Health. Journal of American college health: J of ACH 50(1): 5-8
Cox, D.J.; Maag, T.J. 1976: Why and how to switch to PIP. Hospital Financial Management 30(8): 22-24; 26 28-34
Hadziyannis, S.J. 2000: Why and how to treat chronic hepatitis C. Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology 14 Suppl B: 45b-48b
Enright, P.; Scanlon, P.D. 1993: Why and how to use office spirometry. Contemporary Internal Medicine 5(7): 14-29
Smith, L. 1986: Why and how we provide a screening program for undetected diabetes. Pharmacy Times 52(10): 26-28
Wright, B.A. 2001: Why and how we study human learning on basic auditory tasks. Audiology and Neuro-Otology 6(4): 207-210
Glass, P.S. 1999: Why and how we will monitor the state of anesthesia in 2010?. Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica 50(1): 35-44
Jones-Webb, R.; Toomey, T.; Miner, K.; Wagenaar, A.C.; Wolfson, M.; Poon, R. 1997: Why and in what context adolescents obtain alcohol from adults: a pilot study. Substance use and Misuse 32(2): 219-228
Larkin, H.D. 1998: Physician exec pay highest in single-specialty groups, practice management firms. Medical Network Strategy Report 7(1): 7-9
Bengtsson, C. 1997: Why and where for family practice?. Lakartidningen 94(10): 805-806
Heit, M.J.; Smith, S.L. 1972: Why and where people want to move: a classroom exercise in analyzing migration. Teaching Notes on Population 1: 14-18
Steinert, R.F. 1997: Why and why not. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 23(7): 969-970
Gould, K.L. 1997: Why angina pectoris in aortic stenosis. Circulation 95(4): 790-792
Shivangi; Meena, L.S. 2018: A Novel Approach in Treatment of Tuberculosis by Targeting Drugs to Infected Macrophages Using Biodegradable Nanoparticles. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 185(3): 815-821
Anonymous 1980: Why annual health checkups may not really help. Business week 1980(2650): 124-126
Redman, C. 1996: Why antenatal care must not be reduced. Midwives: Official Journal of the Royal College of Midwives 109(1303): 233
Hørslev-Petersen, K. 1998: Why anti-gout agents when patients with gouty arthritis are to be surgically treated. Ugeskrift for Laeger 160(15): 2233
Rovner, E.S.; Ginsberg, D.A.; Raz, S. 1998: Why anti-incontinence surgery succeeds or fails. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 41(3): 719-734
Senior 2000: Why antisense technology makes good sense for cancer treatment. Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Today 3(7): 217-218
Loudon, I. 2000: Why are (male) surgeons still addressed as Mr?. Bmj 321(7276): 1589-1591
Fabricius, E.M. 1996: Why are AIDS patients frequently visually impaired?. Therapeutische Umschau. Revue Therapeutique 53(1): 49-57
Shavers-Hornaday, V.L.; Lynch, C.F.; Burmeister, L.F.; Torner, J.C. 1997: Why are African Americans under-represented in medical research studies? Impediments to participation. Ethnicity and Health 2(1-2): 31-45
Singh, S. 1997: Why are GP exercise schemes so successful (for those who attend)? Results from a pilot study. Journal of Management in Medicine 11(4): 233-237
Rinn, C.C. 2002: Why are HMOs leaving the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program?. Managed Care Quarterly 10(3): 61-66
Gonzalez, F.J. 1995: Why are Latino gay and bisexual men at risk?. Focus 10(4): 1-4
Tverberg, G.E. 1989: Why are Michigan malpractice costs so high?. Michigan Hospitals 25(3): 7-11
Delisle, J.-S.éb. 2002: Why are Quebec's doctors leaving?. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 166(7): 884
Oberg, L. 2001: Why are Swedish physicians not taking the oath?. Lakartidningen 98(37): 3935-3937
Tanfer, K.; Wierzbicki, S.; Payn, B. 2000: Why are US women not using long-acting contraceptives?. Family Planning Perspectives 32(4): 176-183; 191
Walker, S.; McGeer, A.; Simor, A.E.; Armstrong-Evans, M.; Loeb, M. 2000: Why are antibiotics prescribed for asymptomatic bacteriuria in institutionalized elderly people? A qualitative study of physicians' and nurses' perceptions. Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 163(3): 273-277
Hueston, W.J.; Hopper, J.E.; Dacus, E.N.; Mainous, A.G. 2000: Why are antibiotics prescribed for patients with acute bronchitis? a postintervention analysis. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 13(6): 398-402
Yoshizawa, Y.; Miyake, S.; Inase, N.; Umino, T.; Otani, Y.; Sumi, Y.; Furuie, M. 2002: Contribution of Japanese researchers to progress in the field of pulmonary medicine: Hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Nihon Naika Gakkai Zasshi. Journal of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine 91(6): 1713-1715
De la Taille, A.; Delmas, V.; Amar, E.; Boccon-Gibod, L. 1998: Why are auto-intracavernous injections abandon in the long-term?. Progres en Urologie: Journal de l'Association Francaise d'Urologie et de la Societe Francaise d'Urologie 8(4): 529-536
Ruiz-Argüelles, G.J.; Gómez-Almaguer, D.; López-Martínez, B. 2001: Why are bone marrow minitransplants being carried out?. Revista de Investigacion Clinica; Organo del Hospital de Enfermedades de la Nutricion 53(2): 110-111