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  • 1.   Neonatal vitamin K prophylaxis in Great Britain and Ireland: the impact of perceived risk and product licensing on effectiveness

    This study aimed to explore the current use of vitamin K prophylaxis in newborns and review the efficacy and effectiveness of regimens used

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 92 Page: 754-8 September 2007
    A. Busfield; A. McNinch; J. Tripp

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  • 2.   Oral cephalosporins in pharyngotonsillitis: is it necessary to use an antibiotic with activity against Haemophilus influenzae?

    The aim of the study was to compare treatments of pharyngotonsillitis from haemophilus influenzae

    Clin Microbiol Infect, Vol: 6 Suppl 3 Page: 59-60 2000
    M. Cafferkey

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  • 3.   Preferential prescribing of oral corticosteroids in Irish male asthmatic children

    The aim of this study was to describe gender difference in the prescription of oral corticosteroids in asthmatic children

    Br J Clin Pharmacol, Vol: 52 Page: 319-21 September 2001
    D. Williams; A. Kelly; J. Feely

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  • 4.   The use of polymeric solid phase extraction and HPLC analysis for the determination of ranitidine in routine plasma samples obtained from paediatric patients

    This study examined a sensitive High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) method for the determination of ranitidine in small-volume (0.5 mL) paediatric plasma samples is described

    J Pharm Pharmacol, Vol: 53 Page: 1265-72 September 2001
    L. G. Hare; J. S. Millership; P. S. Collier; J. C. McElnay; D. J. Carson; M. S. Shields

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  • 5.   Treatment of childhood asthma: how do the available options compare?

    This article discusses the available options for the treatment of childhood asthma

    Paediatr Drugs, Vol: 5 Page: 685-98 2003
    D. Coghlan; C. Powell

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