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Arterial Pulmonary Hypertension & Beraprost European Study. A clinical trial assessing the effects of a prostacyclin analogue, beraprost, in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and NYHA II & III disease
Conclusion Beraprost increases the 6-minute walk distance in patients with PAH and results in an improved Borg dyspnoea index.
Note A later US study saw early benefits in class II or III patients which attenuate with time.
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1--The experimenter analyzed the participants writing using data stablished by Ferreiro and Teberosky (15) from which they classified it in one of the phases proposed by the author, as follows: pre-syllabic, syllabic, syllabic-alphabetical and alphabetical.
Thus, I link the alphabetical order effect to the length of reference lists.
3 : a book listing words of one language in alphabetical order with definitions in another language
However, for this Product Index (starting below) we have provided you with a completely alphabetical list of categories, so that you can go directly to the product or process that you require.
It also includes an alphabetical index,, a section index, new product reviews, industry news, therapy and product classification charts, prescribing notes and a manufacturers' index.
Find company addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and web sites in the Alphabetical Directory beginning on p.
Arranged in alphabetical order by title, each entry gives the original title and an English translation, director, production company, year of release, B&W/color, running time, writing credits, animation credits, music credits, cast credits, a synopsis and an evaluation of the film.
However, there has been an outbreak of irrationality in the queen's own court: alphabetical discrimination.
Written by the founding president and two past presidents of the International Thomas Merton Society, The Thomas Merton Encyclopedia lists its entries in alphabetical order.
O'Connor of Raleigh opined, "The positioning of obituaries in alphabetical order is dreadful and very disrespectful to the families of the deceased."
The four-volume book, containing 150,000 names in alphabetical order, along with vital data and dates of detention, now includes Jews who had lived in eastern Germany and parts of modern-day Poland that were in German hands before World War II.