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Relative effects of carbohydrates and protein on satiety - A review of methodology (1997)
Journal Article
Reid, M., & Hetherington, M. (1997). Relative effects of carbohydrates and protein on satiety - A review of methodology. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 21(3), 295-308. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0149-7634%2896%2900024-3

There is some evidence that the effects of carbohydrates and protein may differ with respect to satiety. This may depend in part on the different methods of preparing these nutrients for administration. Additional factors such as timing, different de... Read More about Relative effects of carbohydrates and protein on satiety - A review of methodology.

Are simple carbohydrates physiologically addictive? (1997)
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Hammersley, R., & Reid, M. (1997). Are simple carbohydrates physiologically addictive?. Addiction research & theory, 5(2), 145-160. https://doi.org/10.3109/16066359709005256

Sugar and other carbohydrates are among the things to which it is claimed people can become addicted. A plausible physiological mechanism has been put forward to explain 'carbohydrate addiction' and this meshes with the folk psychology of dieting. Re... Read More about Are simple carbohydrates physiologically addictive?.

An audit of costs and outcome using HoNOS-3 in a rehabilitation team: a pilot study (1997)
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Brooker, C., Molyneux, P., Deverill, M., & Repper, J. (1997). An audit of costs and outcome using HoNOS-3 in a rehabilitation team: a pilot study. Journal of Mental Health, 6(5), 491-502. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638239718581

Tameside and Glossop Rehabilitation Team have developed a progressive and targeted service through the systematic implementation of research-based evidence in practice and service configuration. This study was independently commissioned from a small... Read More about An audit of costs and outcome using HoNOS-3 in a rehabilitation team: a pilot study.

Allogeneic versus autologous blood during abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery (1997)
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Spark, J., Chetter, I., Kester, R., & Scott, D. (1997). Allogeneic versus autologous blood during abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery. European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery : the official journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery, 14(6), 482-486. https://doi.org/10.1016/s1078-5884%2897%2980128-1

Objectives: To determine if cell-salvaged autologous blood can serve as an alternative to homologous blood, and to examine the incidence of infected complications and length of postoperative stay. Design: A prospective randomised study comprising aut... Read More about Allogeneic versus autologous blood during abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery.

The hand arm vibration syndrome: A review (1997)
Journal Article
Kester, R. C., Kent, P. J., & Chetter, I. C. (1997). The hand arm vibration syndrome: A review. Cardiovascular Surgery -Oxford-, 6(1), 1-9. doi:10.1016/S0967-2109(97)00090-2

Since its first description over eight decades ago, the hand arm vibration syndrome - vibration white finger as it was previously known - has become one of the most common prescribed diseases in the industrialized world. This article is intended to p... Read More about The hand arm vibration syndrome: A review.

The inter-rate reliability of a generic measure of severity of illness (1997)
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Shiels, C., Eccles, M., Hutchinson, A., Gardiner, E., & Smoljanovic, L. (1997). The inter-rate reliability of a generic measure of severity of illness. Family practice, 14(6), 466-471. doi:10.1093/fampra/14.6.466

Background. There has been increasing interest in the development of measures to quantify baseline severity of illness and thus provide a more meaningful interpretation of health outcomes. Objective. We aimed to assess the inter-rater reliability of... Read More about The inter-rate reliability of a generic measure of severity of illness.

Calculating energy levels of a double-well potential in a two- dimensional system by expanding the potential function around its minimum (1997)
Journal Article
Witwit, M. R. M., & Gordon, N. A. (1997). Calculating energy levels of a double-well potential in a two- dimensional system by expanding the potential function around its minimum. Canadian Journal of Physics, 75(10), 705-714. https://doi.org/10.1139/p97-023

A determination of the eigenvalues for a three-dimensional system is made by expanding the potential functionV(x,y,z;Z2, λ,β)= ?Z2[x2+y2+z2]+λ {x4+y4+z4+2β[x2y2+x2z2+y2z2]}, around its minimum. In this paper the results of ext... Read More about Calculating energy levels of a double-well potential in a two- dimensional system by expanding the potential function around its minimum.

Correlating clinical indicators of lower-limb ischaemia with quality of life (1997)
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Chetter, I., Dolan, P., Spark, J., Scott, D., & Kester, R. (1997). Correlating clinical indicators of lower-limb ischaemia with quality of life. Cardiovascular Surgery -Oxford-, 5(4), 361-366. doi:10.1016/s0967-2109(97)00011-2

The objectives of the study were to analyse the impact of increasing lower-limb ischaemia upon quality of life and to assess the correlation between clinical indicators of lower-limb ischaemia and such quality. A prospective observational study of a... Read More about Correlating clinical indicators of lower-limb ischaemia with quality of life.

Quality of life analysis in patients with lower limb ischaemia: Suggestions for European standardisation (1997)
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Chetter, I., Spark, J., Dolan, P., Scott, D., & Kester, R. (1997). Quality of life analysis in patients with lower limb ischaemia: Suggestions for European standardisation. European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery : the official journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery, 13(6), 597-604. https://doi.org/10.1016/s1078-5884%2897%2980070-6

Introduction and Objectives:In this era of evidence-based medicine and limited resources we seem obliged, on clinical and economic grounds, to demonstrate that we improve not only patient survival but also the quality of patients' lives. This study a... Read More about Quality of life analysis in patients with lower limb ischaemia: Suggestions for European standardisation.

Confidentiality and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): an analysis of the legal and professional issues (1997)
Journal Article
Hayter, M. (1997). Confidentiality and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): an analysis of the legal and professional issues. Journal of advanced nursing, 25(6), 1162-1166. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2648.1997.19970251162.x

Confidentiality is one of the most significant concepts in health care and nursing practice, particularly in the arena of HIV infection and AIDS. The implications for individuals of deliberate or accidental disclosure of their HIV status can and does... Read More about Confidentiality and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): an analysis of the legal and professional issues.

Crediting clinical practice (1997)
Journal Article
Paddison, J., & Beadle, M. (1997). Crediting clinical practice. Modern midwife, 7(6), 27 - 31

The experiences of mothers caring for a child with severe atopic eczema (1997)
Journal Article
Elliott, B. E., & Luker, K. (1997). The experiences of mothers caring for a child with severe atopic eczema. Journal of clinical nursing, 6(3), (241-247). doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.1997.tb00310.x. ISSN 0962-1067

Atopic eczema is a relatively common disease which frequently occurs during childhood. This paper reports the findings of a research study which explored the effects upon family life of caring for a child with severe atopic eczema. Seventy‚Äźseve... Read More about The experiences of mothers caring for a child with severe atopic eczema.

Writing a textbook: how to establish yourself as an academic author (1997)
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Reah, D., & Grubb, P. (1997). Writing a textbook: how to establish yourself as an academic author. (Paperback). How To Books

Textbooks are tools of the trade for many groups, for example students, teachers and researchers. Many people may have the knowledge and ability to write a textbook, but the time consuming mechanics of the whole process deters them. The aim of this b... Read More about Writing a textbook: how to establish yourself as an academic author.

The regulation of neutrophil activation and adhesion during femorodistal bypass surgery (1997)
Journal Article
Spark, J., Chetter, I., Kester, R., Guillou, P., & Scott, D. (1997). The regulation of neutrophil activation and adhesion during femorodistal bypass surgery. European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery : the official journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery, 13(4), 407-412. https://doi.org/10.1016/s1078-5884%2897%2980085-8

Objective:To determine the effect that revascularising chronic critically ischaemic legs has no neutrophil activation and adhesion.Design:Prospective clinical study.Setting:University Hospital.Materials:Twenty-five patients, 16 men and nine women und... Read More about The regulation of neutrophil activation and adhesion during femorodistal bypass surgery.