Dr. Dudley Wilkinson is a homeopathic physician practicing in ANKENY, IA. Dr. Wilkinson specializes in medicine that creates symptoms similar to what the patient is already experiencing. Homeopathic physicians set up lengthy interviews in order to get detailed descriptions on the symptoms as well as eating and sleeping habits so they can match them properly.
- Expression of a functional N-methyl-D-aspartate-type glutamate receptor by bone marrow megakaryocytes.
- Decontamination of laryngoscopes: a survey of national practice.
- Degradation of laryngoscopes.
- A review of the role of lymphography in the management of testicular tumours.
- Keep calf compression in the Lloyd-Davies position.
- The Gallagher-Wilkinson reflex.
- A strange little book.
- A safe haven or a dangerous place--should we keep the anaesthetic room?
- The occurrence of bacteraemia associated with the use of oral and nasopharyngeal airways.
- The laryngeal mask airway and intra-ocular surgery.
- Bayesian inference for stochastic kinetic models using a diffusion approximation.
- Potent blockers of the monocarboxylate transporter MCT1: novel immunomodulatory compounds.
- Death in the neonatal intensive care unit: changing patterns of end of life care over two decades.
- A radioimmunoassay method for the determination of nedocromil sodium in plasma and urine.
- Modelling the checkpoint response to telomere uncapping in budding yeast.
- Sevoflurane and analgesia.
- Evaluation of the performance of different cleaning treatments in reducing microbial contamination of poultry transport crates.
- A genomewide suppressor and enhancer analysis of cdc13-1 reveals varied cellular processes influencing telomere capping in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
- Bayesian calibration of a stochastic kinetic computer model using multiple data sources.
- Functional neuroimaging and withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment from vegetative patients.
- Dr F.P. de Caux--the first user of curare for anesthesia in England.
- Francis Percival de Caux (1892-1965). An anaesthetist at odds with social convention and the law.
- Using the newspaper to disseminate vasectomy information in kenya.
- Ethical and practical issues relating to the global use of therapeutic hypothermia for perinatal asphyxial encephalopathy.
- Effectiveness of using end tidal carbon dioxide concentration to monitor cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- The Fenem CO2 detector device. An apparatus to prevent unnoticed oesophageal intubation.
- Cholinergic modulation of apical Na+ channels in turtle colon: analysis of CDPC-induced fluctuations.
- Ginger root--a new antiemetic. The effect of ginger root on postoperative nausea and vomiting after major gynaecological surgery.
- Intra-articular and subcutaneous prilocaine with adrenaline for pain relief in day case arthroscopy of the knee joint.
- Fatally flawed? A review and ethical analysis of lethal congenital malformations.
- Archie Brain: celebrating 30 years of development in laryngeal mask airways.
- The Phillips airway.
- Authors' response to: Fatally flawed?
- Effects of leucine and its metabolite β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate on human skeletal muscle protein metabolism.
- Shades of grey.
- Perinatal management of trisomy 18: a survey of obstetricians in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
- Assessment of early cognitive recovery after surgery using the Post-operative Quality of Recovery Scale.
- Skeletal muscle homeostasis and plasticity in youth and ageing: impact of nutrition and exercise.
- An overview of technical considerations for Western blotting applications to physiological research.
- When should resuscitation at birth cease?
- A microcomputer-based system for the accurate continuous measurement of ventilation and blood pressure parameters under anaesthesia.
- Plasma lignocaine levels during transurethral prostatectomy.
- Opioid agonist/antagonists in general anaesthesia.
- The Charlie Gard case: British and American approaches to court resolution of disputes over medical decisions.
- Impact of the calcium form of β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate upon human skeletal muscle protein metabolism.
- A. Charles King: a unique contribution to anaesthesia.
- A double-blind study of the respiratory effects of nalbuphine hydrochloride in spontaneously breathing anesthetized patients.
- A new museum of anaesthesia.
- A new museum of anaesthesia.
- Pretreatment with ranitidine.
- Contac 400: a possible cause of aspiration under anaesthesia.
- Development of anaesthetic machines.
- Conjugation of disodium 6-chloro-4-oxo-10-propyl-4H-pyrano[3,2-g]quinoline-2,8-dicarboxy late with glutathione in the rat.
- Anaesthetic management in Moya-moya disease.
- Intestinal duplication. A report of two cases.
- Trifluoperazine overdosage.
- Radioimmunoassay of sodium cromoglycate in human plasma.
- Cell-specific phosphorylation of H1 histone subtypes among different Chinese hamster cell lines in interphase.
- Acromesomelic dwarfism.
- Capnography alerts to major breathing system fault.
- Mercury blockade of thiazide-sensitive NaCl cotransport in flounder urinary bladder.
- Tetraethylammonium-sensitive apical K+ channels mediating K+ secretion by turtle colon.
- Radical vulvectomy using the argon enhanced electro-surgical pencil.
- The Easicap CO2 detector.
- Pain on i.v. injection of metoclopramide.
- Intraarticular ketorolac.
- A radioimmunoassay for the determination of tipredane in human plasma.
- 150 years of ether anaesthesia and what is next?
- Panic disorder: coronary spasm as a basis for cardiac risk?
- Sympathetic activity in patients with panic disorder at rest, under laboratory mental stress, and during panic attacks.
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