Items where Subject is "R Medicine > RC Internal medicine"
Number of items at this level: 9.
Smith, Graeme D, Steinke, Douglas T, Penny, Kay I, Kinnear, Moira and Penman, Iain (2010) Health-related quality of life and symptom classification in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Journal of nursing and healthcare of chronic illness, 2 (1). pp. 4-12. ISSN 1752-9816
Barlow, Peter G, Brown, David M, Donaldson, Ken, McCallum, Janis and Stone, Vicki (2008) Reduced alveolar macrophage migration induced by acute ambient particle (PM10) exposure. Cell Biology and Toxicology, 24 (3). pp. 243-252. ISSN 0742-2091
Zhang, Fan, Hong, Shuangsong, Stone, Vicki and Smith, Paula (2007) Expression of Cannabinoid CB1 receptors in models of diabetic neuropathy. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 323 (2). pp. 508-515. ISSN 15210103
Scott, Hayley M, Hutchison, Gary R, Mahood, I Kim, Hallmark, Nina, Welsh, Michelle, De Gendt, Karel, Verhoeven, Guido, Shaugnessy, Peter and Sharpe, Richard M (2007) Role of androgens in fetal testis development and dysgenesis. Endocrinology, 148 (5). pp. 2027-2036. ISSN 0013-7227
Johnson, D A and Smith, Kevin (2006) The efficacy of certain anti-tuberculosis drugs is affected by binding to alpha-1-acid glycoprotein. Biomedical Chromatography, 20 (6-7). pp. 551-560. ISSN 0269 3879
Rowat, Anne M, Dennis, Martin S and Wardlaw, Joanna M (2006) Hypoxaemia in acute stroke is frequent and worsens outcome. Cerebrovascular Diseases, 21 (3). pp. 166-172. ISSN 1015-9770
Penny, Kay I and Smith, Graeme D (2009) The use of data-mining to identify indicators of health related quality of life in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. In: Proceedings of the ITI 2009 31st International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces. IEEE, pp. 87-92. ISBN 978-953-7138-15-8
Mahoney, Catherine M (2009) An Investigation into Maintaining Naso-gastric Feeding for Stroke Patients: A Mixed Methods Design. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.
Lin, Mei-Chun (2008) A comparison of carers' experiences of caring for individuals with dementia or intellectual disability: A logitudinal grounded theory study. PhD thesis, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.