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baseline study

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Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders Study: Recruitment and Baseline Characteristics

Baseline Studies of Terrestrial Outdoor Gamma Dose Rate Levels in Nigeria

Methodology and Baseline Characteristics for the Sarcopenia and Hip Fracture Study: A 5-Year Prospective Study

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Study of Nevi in Children (SONIC): Baseline Findings and Predictors of Nevus Count

Cardiovascular risk in women attending primary care centres: baseline data of the EVA study

The Irbesartan Type II Diabetic Nephropathy Trial: study design and baseline patient characteristics

Baseline clinical characteristics of patients recruited into the assessment of treatment with lisinopril and survival study

Perceptions of foreign health aid in East Africa: an exploratory baseline study

The current state of patient safety culture in Lebanese hospitals: a study at baseline

Non-valvular atrial fibrillation and cognitive function—baseline results of a longitudinal cohort study

MP427BASELINE DATA FROM THE MULTINATIONAL PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY FOR VALIDATION OF BIOMARKERS (PROVALID)

 

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A description and analysis of the existing conditions and trends in a location or area where some form of change is proposed or likely, such as a change in land use, or the likelihood of air or water pollution. This provides a reference point from which effects of proposed actions might be predicted, or against which observed effects can be compared.

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