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  • 1.   A prospective cohort study comparing hospital admission for gastro-enteritis with home management

    The aim of the study was to compare physical and psychological outcomes in children presenting at Accident and Emergency, diagnosed with gastro-enteritis and admitted to hospital with those of a similar age, sex and severity of illness discharged home

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 31 Page: 555-562 2005
    F. Small; F. Alderdice; C. McCusker; M. Stevenson; M. Stewart

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  • 2.   Admission cardiotocography: a randomised controlled trial

    The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of cardiotocography - the fetal heartbeat (cardio-) and the uterine contractions

    Lancet, Vol: 361 Page: 465-470 2003
    L. Impey; M. Reynolds; K. MacQuillan; S. Gates; J. Murphy; O. Sheil

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  • 3.   Choline and homocysteine interrelations in umbilical cord and maternal plasma at delivery

    The aim of this study was to examine the intermediates of choline oxidation in maternal and umbilical cord plasma and to determine the relations between this pathway and folate-dependent homocysteine remethylation

    American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol: 82 Page: 836-842 2005
    A. M. Molloy; J. L. Mills; C. Cox; S. F. Daly; M. Conley; L. C. Brody; P. N. Kirke; J. M. Scott; P. M. Ueland

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  • 4.   Does the angle of episiotomy affect the incidence of anal sphincter injury?

    The aim of this study was to quantify the relationship between precise angle of episiotomy from the perineal midline and risk of third-degree tear

    BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Vol: 113 Page: 190-194 2006
    M. Eogan; L. Daly; P. R. O'Connell; C. O'Herlihy

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  • 5.   Exploring the risks associated with induction of labour: a retrospective study using the NIMATS database

    The aim of this study was to examine the clinical evidence for elective induction for post-term pregnancy.

    Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol: 31 Page: 410-417 2000
    C. Duff; M. Sinclair

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  • 6.   Hib vaccination in infants born prematurely

    The aim of this study was to document the immunogenicity and persistence of antibody to polyribosyl-ribitol Phosphate as well as the protection against Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) disease in premature infants immunised at the routine schedule

    Archives of Disease in Childhood, Vol: 88 Page: 206-210 2003
    P. T. Heath; R. Booy; J. McVernon; J. Bowen-Morris; H. Griffiths; M. P. E. Slack; A. C. Moloney; M. E. Ramsay; E. R. Moxon

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  • 7.   High frequency oscillatory ventilation was not more effective than conventional ventilation in preterm infants

    The aim of this study was to assess high frequency oscillatory ventilation reduce death and chronic lung disease when compared with conventional ventilation in preterm infants who are 23-28 weeks gestational age

    Evidence-Based Nursing, Vol: 6 Page: 41-41 2003
    C. Cheng; P. Shah

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  • 8.   Influence soya-based infant formula consumption on isoflavone and gut microflora metabolite concentrations in urine and on faecal microflora composition and metabolic activity in infants and children

    The aim of this study was to examine the influence soya-based infant formula consumption on isoflavone and gut microflora metabolite concentrations in urine and on faecal microflora composition and metabolic activity in infants and children

    British Journal of Nutrition, Vol: 91 Page: 607-616 2004
    L. Hoey; I. R. Rowland; A. S. Lloyd; D. B. Clarke; H. Wiseman

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  • 9.   Secular trends in the performance of children and adolescents (1980-2000): an analysis of 55 studies of the 20m shuttle run test in 11 countries

    This meta-analysis compared the results of 55 reports of the performance of children and adolescents aged 6-19 years who have used the 20m shuttle run test (20mSRT)

    Sports Medicine, Vol: 33 Page: 285-300 2003
    G. R. Tomkinson; L. A. LĂ©ger; T. S. Olds; G. Cazorla

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