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blocked practice


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blocked practice

Bilateral thoracic paravertebral block: potential and practice

Sugammadex and residual neuromuscular block: what is acceptable normal practice?

β‐blockers in left ventricular systolic dysfunction—from evidence to practice

Time to practice what we preach: the use of beta-blockers post myocardial infarction

The use of ultrasound fro regional anaesthetic blocks in the usual practice (IL07)

Age-Related Effects of Blocked and Random Practice Schedules on Learning a New Technology

Practical recommendations for the use of ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers, aldosterone antagonists and angiotensin receptor blockers in heart failure: Putting guidelines into practice

Infections during tumour necrosis factor-α blocker therapy for rheumatic diseases in daily practice: a systematic retrospective study of 709 patients

Long-term effectiveness and safety of TNF-blocking agents in daily clinical practice: results from the Dutch Rheumatoid Arthritis Monitoring register

β-Blocker usage and colorectal cancer mortality: a nested case–control study in the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink cohort

Practical recommendations for the use of ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers and spironolactone in heart failure: putting guidelines into practice

326 The practice of 2 hour observation following dose escalation of beta-blocker therapy is not necessary

Beta-blocker usage and breast cancer survival: a nested case-control study within a UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink cohort

73ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN THE CONTEXT OF DIARRHOEA: ARE PATIENTS TAKING ACE INHIBITORS OR ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR-II BLOCKERS GIVEN DISCHARGE ADVICE ON THE FUTURE USE OF THESE MEDICATIONS? CURRENT PRACTICE ACROSS THREE YORKSHIRE HOSPITAL TRUSTS

Peripheral Nerve Blocks. Principles and Practice. A. Hadzic and J. D. Vloka. Published by McGraw-Hill, Columbus. Pp. 340; indexed; illustrated. Price £70.00. ISBN 0-07-140918-1.

 

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Practice within a single period in which each component of a multi-task skill is practised completely before moving on to the next component. Compare random practice.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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