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Name: Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
The 2018 proposed Family First Prevention Services Act suggests a change in the funding formula of Title IV-E of the Social Security Act-from entitlement to block grants. This study aimed to support t...
Settings of structure and color enhancement (CE) change view of white light imaging and a preset low enhancement setting is used regularly. The aim of this study was to investigate whether higher enha...
We assessed the visibility of peripheral nerves while ultrasound guided blockades with a novel scoring system to evaluate differences in visibility of different nerves.
Sodium phosphate is one of the bowel preparation regimens for colonoscopy. However, intraluminal gas can impair visibility during the examination. Simethicone is medication that works by r...
It is difficult to predict the intraoperative visibility of the round window through the posterior Tympanostomy. In case of non-visualization, the surgeon may have to change operative tech...
To evaluate the efficacy, visibility of low volume polyethyleneglycol-simeticone (2-LPEG-S) for colonoscopy.
Some five million people in the United Kingdom (U.K.) have asthma. The British Guidelines on Asthma recommend self management education and the issuing of written personal asthma action p...
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