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Thus, data obtained clearly indicate that the hypertrophied myocardium of SHRSP was less tolerant to ischemia/reperfusion than that of Wistar rats due to chronically increased OH· production and enhanced total OH· output during reperfusion.
      
EEG and clinical psychophysiological study of functional changes in the chronically ischemic brain upon an increase in cholinerg
      
Chronically high contents of heavy metals (Fe, Cu, Zn, and Cd) were found in the bottom sediments and in the infauna.
      
The taxonomic composition, concentration, and distribution of meroplankton have been studied in Gaidamak Bight, Peter the Great Bay, chronically exposed to anthropogenic impact.
      
Cenopopulations chronically exposed to radiation are characterized by a higher mutation rate in the progeny and an unstable response to additional acute irradiation in most characters studied.
      
Chemoreception in chronically anosmiated fish: A phenomenon of compensatory development of the gustatory system
      
The tetrapeptide was chronically intranasally administered at dose of 0.01 μg/kg from day 8 to day 14 and from day 3 to day 21 after birth or in a single dose 5 min prior to testing.
      
Moreover, the role of denitrification in the waterbodies plays in stabilizing chronically concentration of N as pollutant in the waterbodies and mitigating N load in the waterbodies.
      
Then, we defined the schema deceptiveness and GA deceptive problems based on primary schemata competence, including fully deceptive problem, consistently deceptive problem, chronically deceptive problem, and fundamentally deceptive problem.
      
Diagnostic impact of single-round recA PCR directly from sputum was limited to chronically-infected patients.
      
Treatment was continued up to 6 weeks post MI, after which, the arterial, venous and left ventricular catheters were chronically implanted.
      
Most rare diseases are life-threatening and chronically debilitating conditions, and the vast majority of them are genetically determined.
      
Sociological and therapeutic advances have made possible the rehabilitation and resettlement of chronically handicapped patients whose chances would formerly have been considered hopeless.
      
Rehabilitation of the chronically mentally ill in England
      
An evaluation of a rehabilitation program for chronically hospitalized psychiatric patients
      
- Although chronic diseases play an important role in the somatic and mental disorders of the aged, mental institutions in the Federal Republic offer very little help to the chronically ill patient.
      
The relationships of life event stress, social support and coping style on three measures of psychiatric symptoms were explored using data from 220 parents of chronically ill children.
      
The differences in class distribution between in-and outpatients are due primarily to those patients resident on 1 January 1971, mostly chronically ill, who, to a great extent, belong to the lower class.
      
With the help of the Nurses' Observation Scale for Inpatient Evaluation, the effect of stress was examined in 79 middle-aged and elderly, predominantly schizophrenic patients who were chronically ill, and had been hospitalized a long time.
      
For example, almost 80% of all public inpatients were chronically unemployed and 60% lived alone when not hospitalized.
      
 

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