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High-volume hemofiltration in septic shock: ... septic shock. A lot of experimental research has been performed in ...

Peter Rogiers

Critical Care , 2005

The role of environmental factors in medically unexplained symptoms and related syndromes: conference summary and recommendations.: ... psychosocial, and experimental research. Recommendations were ...

Howard M Kipen et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Aug 2002

Toxic and gonadotropic effects of cadmium and boron relative to standards for these substances in drinking water.: Experimental research was conducted on the ...

G N Krasovskii et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Feb 1976

Thyroid hormone, brain development, and the environment.: ... In addition, recent experimental research provides new insight ...

Thomas R Zoeller et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 2002

Pharmaceutical Particle Engineering via Spray Drying: ... It reviews experimental research into parameters that ...

Reinhard Vehring

Pharmaceutical Research , 01 May 2008

Smoking in film in New Zealand: measuring risk exposure: ... films has promise, but experimental research is required to ...

Jesse Gale et al.

BMC Public Health , 04 Oct 2006

Air or 100% oxygen for asphyxiated babies? Time to decide: Both experimental and clinical studies have demonstrated that room air is as efficient as 100% oxygen for newborn resuscitation and improves short-term recovery. The recent meta-analysis by Davis and colleagues in the Lancet includes five studies from the past 10 years where asphyxiated infants were randomised or pseudo-randomised to be resuscitated in room air or in 100% oxygen. A significant reduction in mortality was seen when infants were resuscitated in room air compared to 100% oxygen. It is astonishing that a brief exposure of only a few minutes to 100% oxygen may be so toxic to the newborn infant; this finding, however, is supported by increasing evidence from experimental work emphasising that resuscitation in 100% oxygen may be associated with an aggravation of cellular injury when compared with resuscitation in air. It is imperative that these findings are reflected in the new newborn resuscitation guidelines and that further research continues in this area ...

Nicola J Robertson

Critical Care , 2005

Benzene, an experimental multipotential carcinogen: results of the long-term bioassays performed at the Bologna Institute of Oncology.: ... at the Bentivoglio Experimental Unit of the Bologna Institute of Oncology. The Bologna experiments proved for the first time that benzene is an experimental carcinogen. These experiments demonstrated that benzene is carcinogenic when administered by ingestion and by inhalation and that it cause tumors in the various tested animal models (Sprague-Dawley rats, Wistar rats, Swiss mice, and RF/J mice). They also showed that benzene is a multipotential carcinogen, as it produces a variety of neoplasias in one or more of the tested animal models, including Zymbal gland carcinomas, carcinomas of the oral cavity, nasal cavities, skin, forestomach, and mammary glands, as well as angiosarcomas of the liver, hemolymphoreticular neoplasias, tumors of the lung, and possibly hepatomas. The Bologna experiments also indicated a clear-cut dose-response relationship in benzene carcinogenesis. This report presents the up-to-date results of the Bologna project. The need for more experimental research aimed at assessing the ...

C Maltoni et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jul 1989

Toward the twenty-first century: lessons from lead and lessons yet to learn.: ... damage to the CNS; experimental research demonstrates that this ...

E K Silbergeld

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 1990

The tetracycline-responsive promoter contains functional interferon-inducible response elements: ... is widely used for experimental research both in vivo and in ...

Andreas Rang et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Mar 2000

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