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  1. The cell-to-cell lactate shuttle was introduced in 1984 and has been repeatedly supported by studies using a variety of experimental approaches. Because of its large mass and metabolic capacity, skeletal muscle is probably the major component of the…
  2. The standard de Gramont (dG) regimen of fortnightly leucovorin, bolus fluorouracil and 22-h infusion of fluorouracil, d1+2, and the same regimen plus oxaliplatin, are effective but also cumbersome. We therefore present simplified 'Modified de…
  3. AIMS/HYPOTHESIS: We investigated whether a 10-s maximal sprint effort performed immediately prior to moderate-intensity exercise provides another means to counter the rapid fall in glycaemia associated with moderate-intensity exercise in individuals…
  4. Background Patients with chest pain contribute substantially to emergency department attendances, lengthy hospital stay, and inpatient admissions. A reliable, reproducible, and fast process to identify patients presenting with chest pain who have a…
  5. Background: Clinicians often are challenged with safely predicting the optimal time of extubation for ventilated patients. Commonly used weaning parameters have poor positive predictive value for successful extubation. Methods: A total of 213…
  6. BACKGROUND: Tuberculosis (TB) is among the top 10 causes of child death worldwide. Nevertheless, childhood disease has been neglected by tuberculosis control programs.\n\nMETHODS: This was a retrospective study of patients < 16 years of age…
  7. To determine whether glargine is noninferior to detemir regarding the percentage of patients reaching A1C <7% without symptomatic hypoglycemia <or=3.1 mmol/l.
  8. To evaluate the efficacy and safety of rivoglitazone, a peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ agonist in the thiazolidinedione class, in subjects with suboptimally controlled type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
  9. OBJECTIVE: To study time course changes in knowledge, problem solving ability, and quality of life in patients with type 2 diabetes managed by group compared with individual care and education. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: We conducted a 5-year…
  10. BACKGROUND: Tiotropium, a once-daily anticholinergic, and salmeterol represent two inhaled, long-acting bronchodilators from different pharmacologic classes. A trial was designed to examine the efficacy and safety of both compounds with multiple…
  11. OBJECTIVE: Diabetes leads to protein kinase C (PKC)-beta overactivation and microvascular dysfunction, possibly resulting in disordered skin microvascular blood flow (SkBF) and other changes observed in diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) patients.…
  12. The objective of this study was to develop an instrument to help clinicians inform patients with breast cancer of risks and benefits of adjuvant chemotherapy as derived from clinical trials and to help the informed patient decide whether she prefers…
  13. OBJECTIVE: To obtain a score for deciding early antifungal treatment when candidal infection is suspected in nonneutropenic critically ill patients. DESIGN: Analysis of data collected from the database of the EPCAN project, an ongoing prospective,…
  14. Purpose: This study evaluated a simple ultrasound method to detect left atrial (LA) enlargement by comparing the diameters of the LA and aortic root. Procedures: The LA and aortic diameters, the LA volume index (LAVI), and significant echo findings…
  15. OBJECTIVE: To compare 13 commercially available, new-generation, intensive-care-unit (ICU) ventilators in terms of trigger function, pressurization capacity during pressure-support ventilation (PSV), accuracy of pressure measurements, and expiratory…
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