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Male rats were generally more affected, probably due to higher daily and total consumption of melatonin.
      
The total consumption of ropivacaine plus fentanyl over the 48-h period was significantly lower (p >amp;lt; 0.05) than that of bupivacaine plus fentanyl.
      
The total consumption of morphine over the 48-h period in Group D was lower than in Group M, but the difference was not statistically significant.
      
angulatus increases at an increasing rate during nymphal development, with the fifth instar contributing 50% of the total consumption.
      
Total consumption by instar increased significantly with each successive instar in the Village Green strain.
      
For A.?vittatum reared without cucurbitacin, total consumption of the bitter cultivar increased over time.
      
Through the tax policy the riskiness of total consumption is partly assigned to the private consumption and partly to the public consumption.
      
The total consumption of liquid hydrogen is 1.1 1/h; the distorsions are negligible.
      
In the postoperative period we recorded: total consumption of ketoprofen given i.v.
      
Group B (ACLR): total consumption of ketoprofen was lowest in groups B2 and B3 (P >amp;lt; 0.001 vs all other treatments and vs control group).
      
An informational approach is used for the measurement of the inequality of each component of total consumption expenditure.
      
For example, pre-session access to ethanol mixture decreased within-session ethanol consumption, but total consumption, counting both sources, remained about 1.25 ml/session.
      
Ion analysis of the extract is made by flow injection analysis (FIA) and single column ion chromatography (SCIC) with total consumption of only 50 μl sample volume.
      
Total consumption by the population (in wet weight) ranged between 0.05 and 0.3?g?m-2?d-1.
      
The total consumption of the drugs did not change much during this time.
      
Total consumption of antihypertensives in 1981 was 37.5 DDDs/1 000 inhab/day, which was much lower than in Denmark (136.6 DDDs/1 000 inhab/day), Finland (114.5), Iceland (92.2), Norway (89.4) and Sweden (138.7).
      
Comparative wholesale statistics from the five Nordic countries show an increase of 15-42% in the total consumption of analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs (including antirheumatics) in the period 1978-1988.
      
Denmark had the highest total consumption (112 DDD/1000 inhab/day in 1988) and Norway had the lowest (61 DDD/1000 inhab/day).
      
Iceland and Finland, with the highest increases in total consumption (45% and 35%), overtook Norway in the early to mid 1980's.
      
Division of total consumption into subgroups showed that Denmark had the highest consumption of analgesics (90 DDDs) and that Finland and Iceland had the lowest figure.
      
 

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