Abstracts: Shoulders. Tripple header. Armed patrol
Abstracts: Shoulder surgery: Techniques are advancing. Cancer myths: don't let misconceptions interfere with treatment. Curable cancers
Abstracts: Should fertility treatment by used for the benefit of siblings? 'Should we begrudge medics their good pay?'
Abstracts: Should hyperbaric oxygen be used to treat the pregnant patient for acute carbon monoxide poisoning? A case report and literature review
Abstracts: Should I get tested for the breast cancer gene? My two breast friends. If you have breast implants ... now what?
Abstracts: Should immunoglobulin therapy be used in allogeneic stem-cell transplantation? A randomized, double-blind, dose effect, placebo-controlled, multicenter trial
Abstracts: Should Immunonutrition Become Routine in Critically Ill Patients? A Systematic Review of the Evidence. Stress ulcer prophylaxis in critically ill patients: resolving discordant meta-analyses
Abstracts: Should intracerebroventricular nerve growth factor be used to treat Alzheimer's disease? Disquisition on Human Adjuvant Disease
Abstracts: Should it go in the bank? Officials weigh open claims and reporting thresholds. Fertility doctor's conviction fuels issue of self-policing
Abstracts: Should junk food advertisements be banned?. Renal NSF sets standards to modernise services. Analysis; Debate begins on regulating HCA's
Abstracts: Should mono- or poly-unsaturated fats replace saturated fat in the diet? A diet rich in walnuts favourably influences plasma fatty acid profile in moderately hyperlipidaemic subjects
Abstracts: Should nurses aim to be as autonomous as midwives? Nurses have a vital role in developing services. 'We have got to change the attitude of nurses towards food and nutrition'
Abstracts: Should nurses be discouraged from smoking in work time? Is the post of RCN general secretary of relevance to nurses?
Abstracts: Should nurses be role models for health? Nurses hit out over trust health checks. Debate: should patients choose the sex of their nurses?
Abstracts: Should nurses give medication without the patient's consent? Applying clinical governance in hospice care
Abstracts: Should nurses in uniform be banned from smoking? Our 'job' is unique and packs an emotional punch. Survival and resistance
Abstracts: Should nurses take a pragmatic approach to hand hygiene? Should nurses be healthy role models? Should nurses practice what they preach?
Abstracts: Should nurses take part in demonstrations? The nurse's role in screening for diabetic retinopathy. A vicious circle: visual impairment in people with learning disabilities
Abstracts: Should nursing be an all degree profession? Making the most of a careers event. Making careers events work for you
Abstracts: Should patient contracts be used in the NHS? We consider whether or not lifestyle choices should influence how people are treated
Abstracts: Should Patients With Diabetes Drink to Their Health? Deaths among railroad trespassers: the role of alcohol in fatal injuries
Abstracts: Should sacrospinous ligament fixation for the management of pelvic support defects be part of a residency program procedure? The University of Miami experience
Abstracts: Should shooting victims be allowed to sue gunmakers? Women can lead the world. Get out and vote
Abstracts: Should students be employed by the NHS throughout their studies? Unknown factor
Abstracts: Should students be employed by the NHS throughout their studies? part 2 A kick up the ballot
Abstracts: Should teeth be built up for crowns? Compomers vs. resin-reinforced glass ionomers. Overcoming challenges with resin in Class II situations
Abstracts: Should the definition of preeclampsia include a rise in diastolic blood pressure of greater than or equal to 15 mm Hg to a level less than 90 mm Hg in association with proteinuria?
Abstracts: Should the NHS buy failing nursing homes? Small change: the law is murky where the control of personal allowances for nursing-home residents is concerned
Abstracts: Should there be more naked men in the movies? Custody cases: should parents be penalized for using day care? Should children be able to divorce their parents?
Abstracts: Should the U.S. do more to protect women's rights around the world? Take back the might
Abstracts: Should the U.S. send ground troops to Bosnia? 3 skills that separate the women from the girls. Should woman's health be a separate medical specialty?
Abstracts: Should this be taboo? How normal are you about money? Do women choose to earn less than men?
Abstracts: Should transesophageal echocardiography be used to guide cardioversion? Use of transesophageal echocardiography to guide cardioversion in patients with atrial fibrillation
Abstracts: Should under-16s have contraceptive implants? Promoting sexual health in black African women who have HIV. 'The patients are delighted at how quickly they have healed'
Abstracts: Should unpublished data be included in meta-analyses? Current convictions and controversies. Determinants in Canadian health care workers of the decision to withdraw life support from the critically ill
Abstracts: Should we accept the status quo? Education for empowerment: implications for professional development and training in health promotion
Abstracts: Should we be recruiting volunteers to work in hospitals? Lives at risk - or votes? Care must be at the heart of reform
Abstracts: Should we cut off welfare aid to young mothers? A baby and two mothers. Welfare reform: what will work?
Abstracts: Should we cut off welfare aid to young mothers? Miracle-baby bills: who should pay up? How long should you keep your makeup?
Abstracts: Should we disband the CIA? 74 percent say no. Should America's immigration policy be more restrictive? 82 percent say yes
Abstracts: Should we look for osteoporosis in patients with rheumatoid arthritis? Bone mineral density in patients with rheumatoid arthritis treated with infliximab
Abstracts: Should we protect the identity of jurors in criminal trials? 95 percent say yes. Are home HIV tests a good idea? 75 percent say yes
Abstracts: Should we protect the identity of jurors in criminal trials? 95 percent say yes. part 2 Do you believe Americans are too litigious? 79 percent say yes
Abstracts: Should you become a prescriber? Improving pain management. Theatre, not drama
Abstracts: Should you be tested for the AIDS virus? Chronic fatigue syndrome: an update. Meet Dr. Greed: does your doctor get a kickback on your health expenses?
Abstracts: Should you fast? Muscle & Fitness on the Internet. If it feels good, do it
Abstracts: Should you spy on your child? A tale-telling dad. Adopting from abroad what parents should know
Abstracts: Should you stay close with your ex? Should this be taboo? Should abused women lose their kids?
Abstracts: Should you supplement your training? O.J. for C & C. Calcium deposits: painful flare-ups should spur you to seek help
Abstracts: Should you take a genetic test? Not before you read this. I want it now. What's fun for kids in San Francisco
Abstracts: Should you work out when you're sick? Quirky body symptoms. Office smarts, style and lifesavers from three Glamour editors
Abstracts: Shout about home truths. The pros and cons of clinical trials. Widening horizons
Abstracts: Show stoppers. Just say it. Stalling tactics: 10 ways to get off your mass
Abstracts: Shuffling mouse's genetic deck may illuminate causes of complex diseases. Prions found in deer body fluids
Abstracts: Shut in, but not shut out: the return of the physician house call will increase access to care for millions of patients
Abstracts: Shut schools or cut students? Pew Commission report revives debate on physician supply. Will HMOs create physician glut?
Abstracts: Shut that door. More input required. A cure for student malaise
Abstracts: Sialorrhea and gastroesophageal reflux. The role of voice-activated technology in today's dental practice. Dental erosion due to wine consumption
Abstracts: Siblings, day-care attendance, and the risk of asthma and wheezing during childhood. Asthma and wheezing in the first six years of life
Abstracts: Sibutramine for obesity. Orlistat for obesity. Dexfenfluramine for obesity
Abstracts: Sick and tired of being sick and tired: even for middle-class black women, serious health problems are the legacy of their race's past
Abstracts: Sick-building syndrome: air on the side of safety and health. Laboratories breed their own ergonomic concerns
Abstracts: Sick building syndrome? On the fast track. Working well together awards
Abstracts: Sick inside: how to heal a sick building. Can foods heal? The creation of Time to Heal
Abstracts: Sick kids find help in a cyberspace world. Researchers find evidence of a new gene for late-onset Alzheimer disease
Abstracts: Sick kids' healthy ideas. A sick joke. A healthy degree of success
Abstracts: Sickle cell disease in a patient with sickle cell trait and compound heterozygosity for hemoglobin S and hemoglobin Quebec-Chori
Abstracts: SICs taking effect. Practice makes ....? Marketing safety
Abstracts: Sight and insight: regional cerebral metabolic activity in schizophrenia visualized by positron emission tomography, and competing neurodevelopmental perspectives
Abstracts: Sigma-S, a measure of reactive sulfur groups of immunoglobulin G, is a sensitive tumor marker discriminating different stages of breast cancer
Abstracts: Signage requirements for non-English-speaking employees. OSHA's top 10 violations. Unions press OSHA for stronger reactive chemical safeguards
Abstracts: Signal amplification in molecular imaging by pretargeting a multivalent, bispecific antibody. Noninvasive electrocardiographic imaging for cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmia
Abstracts: Signaling pathways for cardiac hypertrophy and failure. Trastuzumab - Mechanism of action and use in clinical practice
Abstracts: Signal transduction using nitric oxide and cyclic guanosine monophosphate. Nitric Oxide Deficiency as a Cause of Clinical Hypertension: Promising New Drug Targets for Refractory Hypertension
Abstracts: SIGN guidelines on managing urinary incontinence. Coping with continence problems at work. Lifestyle solutions for men with continence problems
Abstracts: Significance of aberrant immunophenotypes in childhood acute lymphoid leukemia. Expression of the multidrug transporter, P-glycoprotein, in acute leukemia cells and correlation to clinical drug resistance
Abstracts: Significance of DNA content abnormalities in small rectal cancers. Rectal prolapse in infants and children
Abstracts: Significance of observing no fluid at amniotomy. Placental pathology in systemic lupus erythematosus: a prospective study
Abstracts: Significant decrease in congenital malformations in newborn infants of an unselected population of diabetic women
Abstracts: Signing of ban doesnEt stop late-term abortion dispute. US Supreme Court to decide if patients can sue health plans
Abstracts: Sign-on bonuses gaining popularity in recruitment. Past due - with interest: Oxford agrees to settle on late pay to physicians
Abstracts: Signs and symptoms of 'asymptomatic' HIV-1 infection in homosexual men. Predictors for failure of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia prophylaxis
Abstracts: Signs and symptoms of constipation: Part one. Bowel care: part 1-assessment of constipation. The Eton scale: A tool for risk assessment for constipation
Abstracts: Signs of genital prolapse in a Swedish population of women 20 to 59 years of age and possible related factors
Abstracts: Signs of the times. Community nurses in on the action. Global action: public health care should encompass more than screening and disease management
Abstracts: Sildenafil: an oral drug for impotence. Antioxidant vitamins and zinc for macular degeneration. Sildenafil for pulmonary hypertension
Abstracts: Silence masks prevalence of fecal incontinence. Evidence-based guidelines needed for osteoporosis screening and treatment
Abstracts: Silence the abuse. Will the bank make us or break us? Nurses no longer expect a career for life in NHS
Abstracts: Silence the dieter in your head. The dangers of natural diet aids. What's your ideal weight? What the charts won't tell you
Abstracts: Silence your inner terrorist now! Answered! Your top 3 sex questions. 17 questions that could change your life
Abstracts: Silencing mutant SOD1 using RNAi protects against neurodegenration and extends survival in an ALS model. Putting the heat on ALS
Abstracts: Silent brain infarcts and the risk of dementia and cognitive decline. Incidental findings on brain MRI in the general population
Abstracts: Silent coronary artery disease: what you don't know can hurt you. Coronary bypass surgery
Abstracts: Silent genital herpes. Cats: a pregnant pause? Sweet news about chromium
Abstracts: Silent myocardial ischemia: is the person or the event silent? Length of stay in the intensive care unit: effects of practice guidelines and feedback
Abstracts: Silent victims: children who witness violence. Chloracne, goiter, arthritis, and anemia after polychlorinated biphenyl poisoning: 14-year follow-up of the Taiwan Yucheng cohort
Abstracts: Silent victims: children who witness violence. Genocide and the plight of children in Rwanda. Child maltreatment in enlisted soldiers' families during combat-related deployment
Abstracts: Silicone breast implants and the risk of connective-tissue diseases and symptoms. Meta-analyses of the relation between silicone breast implants and the risk of connective-tissue diseases
Abstracts: Silver sulphadiazine. What you need to know about Schistosomiasis. Medroxyprogesterone
Abstracts: Simian immunodeficiency virus of African green monkeys is apathogenic in the newborn natural host. The immunosuppresive peptide of HIV-1 inhibits T and B lymphocyte stimulation
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