Rochester study

Rochester study

Cardiovascular surgery A single center clinical trial which compared the benefits of thrombolysis–by intraarterial recombinant urokinase with vascular surgery–eg, thrombectomy or bypass surgery in Pts with acute–< 7 days duration, limb-threatening ischemia of the legs. See Thrombolytic therapy. Cf STILE trial, TOPAS.
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Of the 829 children enrolled in the Rochester study, 401 had AOM at least once and 192 had it more than once.
The Rochester study showed that 54% of type I diabetes mellitus and 45% of type II diabetes mellitus was found to have peripheral neuropathy.
As the debate continues on that point, a new University of Rochester study suggests that e-cigarettes are likely a toxic replacement for tobacco products.
Then see a relationship movie and talk it over, according to a University of Rochester study that worked with 174 newlywed couples divided into four groups.
Chapters are based on new results from the 2011-2013 Undergraduate Research Refresher, an update from the original 2004-2005 University of Rochester study. After summarizing motivations for the updated study, the book begins by assessing faculty expectations of student research and writing.
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region (NN/LM MAR), formed a planning group in 2007 to explore the possibility of replicating a landmark study on the value and impact of hospital libraries on clinical care, popularly referred to as "the Rochester study" [1].
But the University of Rochester study examined the potential impact of space radiation on neurodegeneration, and in particular the biological processes in the brain that contribute to the development of Alzheimer's.
In the Rochester study, about 8 out of 10 cancer survivors reported significant sleep impairment that affected their lives before the study.
The University of Rochester study is a follow-up to a similar analysis that the same researchers conducted in 2005.
The Rochester study included 211 children enrolled during 1994-1995 (Lanphear et al.
According to a 2005 University of Rochester study of participants, a two-day trip produced a 53% decrease in depression symptoms, a 27% increase in vitality, and a 27% in perceived mental health.
More than 75% of Americans have measurable levels of several phthalates in their urine according to the Rochester study.

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