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Clinical trials are conducted to allow safety and efficacy data to be collected for health interventions (e.g., drugs, diagnostics, devices, therapy protocols). These trials can take place only after satisfactory information has been gathered on the quality of the non-clinical safety, and Health Authority/Ethics Committee approval is granted in the country where the trial is taking place.

 
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Anemia and Resuscitation : An Experimental and Clinical Research

By: George Washington Crile
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An Experimental and Clinical Study of Air-Embolism

By: Nicholas Senn

Edited by Benjamin Walker.--Sabin, Bibl. amer

Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792

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Arhythmia of the Heart : A Physiological and Clinical Study

By: Karl Friedrich Wenckebach

Chronology and bibliography: p. 2-8

Tulips

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Clinical Studies V. 2 : Illustrated by Cases Observed in Hospital ...

By: Sir John Rose Cormack
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The Clinical Study of Blood-Pressure : A Guide to the Use of the

By: Theodore Caldwell Janeway
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A Clinical Study with a Verbal Classification Test

By: Neal, Leola Ellen
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Diseases of the Bones and Joints : Clinical Studies

By: Joel Ernest Goldthwait, Robert Bayley Osgood, Charles Fairbank Painter
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An Experimental and Clinical Research into Certain Problems Relati...

By: Crile, George Washington, 1864-1943

An essay awarded the Alvarenga prize for 1901 by the College of physicians of Philadelphia. Barlow copy: author's autograph, presentation copy

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Heterophorias and Insufficiencies : A Clinical Study

By: H. H. Seabrook
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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 1

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, Canadian ; Short stories, Canadian ; Nouvelles canadiennes ; Histoires pour enfants canadiennes ; Film/Fiche is presented as originally captured.

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 2

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, French

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 3

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, French

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 5

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, French

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 6

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, French

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 7

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's stories, French

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The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine : Volume 8

By: Central Society for Clinical Research (U.S.)

Children's writings, English

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The Spleen and Anaemia : Experimental and Clinical Studies

By: Richard Mills Pearce; Edward Bell Krumbhaar
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Vagotonia : A Clinical Study in Vegetative Neurology

By: Hans Eppinger, Leo Hess; Translated By Walter Max Kraus, Smith Ely Jelliffe
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Women's Health Take Time to Care Clinical Trials

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: What is a clinical trial? A clinical trial is a study carried out in human volunteers to help doctors learn more about the human body and the many diseases that attack it. It may also be used to answer health questions about new medicines and treatments. The information gained from a clinical study is added to the results from lab and animal testing. This helps researchers find out if these products are safe for humans to use and if they work the way they are su...

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Flow and Mixing Near a Glacier Tongue: a Pilot Study : Volume 7, I...

By: M. J. M. Williams; N. J. Robinson; C. L. Stewart; C. L. Stevens; T. G. Haskell

Description: National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), Greta Point Wellington, New Zealand. A glacier tongue floating in the coastal ocean presents a significant obstacle to the local flow and so influences oceanic mixing and transport processes. Here acoustic Doppler current profiler and shear microstructure observations very near to a glacier tongue side-wall capture flow accelerations and associated mixing. Flow speeds reached around 40 cm s

Albrecht, N., Vennell, R., Williams, M., Stevens, C., Langhorne, P., Leonard, G., and Haskell, T.: Observation of sub-inertial internal tides in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett. 33, L24606, doi:10.1029/2006GL027377, 2006.; Barry, J. P. and Dayton, P. K.: Current patterns in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica and their relationship to local biotic communities, Polar Biol., 8, 367–376,

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