geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

A new approach to pulmonary embolism


, : A new approach to pulmonary embolism. British Journal of Surgery 55(2): 138-145


US$29.90

PMID: 5639622


Other references

Crow, G.B.; Reece, P.O., 1956: A timber storage shed. A detailed description of a new shed at Shoreham Sussex, embodying a new structural design and function and based on a module of 40 in.

Mather, J.G.; Christensen, O.M., 2003: Difference in morphometric performance of the New Zealand flatworm Arthurdendyus triangulatus in earthworm species-poor and -rich habitats at Benmore, Scotland. Body weight and egg capsule weight of the terrestrial flatworm Arthurdendyus triangulatus were examined in Benmore Botanic Garden and adjacent pastureland, these respective areas being poor and rich in earthworm species. Flatworms and egg capsules...

Lei, S.; Orensanz, L.M.; Mulvany, M.J.; Simonsen, U., 1999: Mechanisms involved in the vasorelaxant effect of (-)-stepholidine in rat mesenteric small arteries. The purpose of the present investigation was to clarify whether the hypotensive action of the protoberberine alkaloid, and dopamine receptor antagonist, (-)-stepholidine, can be ascribed to an effect on peripheral small arteries. For this purpose...

Halbrecht, I., 1959: The latent genital tuberculosis. Revue Francaise de Gynecologie et D'obstetrique 54(6): 459-469

Murthy C.S.; Das P.K.; Varadachari V.V.R., 1972: Circulation in the shallow waters of the shelf region using sea bed drifters. Journal of the Indian Geophysical Union 10(1-4, Special number): 199-203

Teo, H.K.; Price, P.; Papadimitriou, J.M., 1991: The effects of protein malnutrition on the pathogenesis of murine cytomegalovirus disease. BALB/c and CBA mice maintained on low (4%) or normal (18%) protein diets for 2 weeks after weaning were infected with a sublethal dose of murine cytomegalovirus, adjusted in proportion to body weight. Viral replication, histopathological changes a...

Schroeder, R.; Jay, D.G.; Tautz, D., 1999: Elimination of EVE protein by CALI in the short germ band insect Tribolium suggests a conserved pair-rule function for even skipped. The question of the degree of evolutionary conservation of the pair-rule patterning mechanism known from Drosophila is still contentious. We have employed chromophore-assisted laser inactivation (CALI) to inactivate the function of the pair-rule g...

Ong, C.N.; Jeyaratnam, J.; Koh, D., 1993: Factors influencing the assessment and control of occupational hazards in developing countries. The principles of occupational health may be the same in the developed and developing countries. However, there can be a wide diversity in practice. The exposure to chemicals at the workplace in developing countries is usually of a different natur...

Suter, G.T., 1982: Evaluation of in situ strength of aged timber beams. The structural utilization of aged timber beams as primary load-carrying members in rebuilt or renovated structures is possible following an evaluation method to assess their in situ strength by nondestructive load test methods. The evaluation met...

Ziokowski, T.; Glaps, J.; Sujak, E., 1989: Fattening pigs with mixed feeds containing increasing amounts of ground rye and triticale, and an attempt to free the meals from an antinutritive factor. From 30 to 110 kg liveweight, pigs in 6 paired groups were fed on a barley based diet (group 1), or diets containing 25, 50 or 75% rye meal or triticale meal (groups 2, 3 and 4). Groups 5 were given the same diet as group 4 until 90 kg, and then s...