Regional Assessment

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Regional Assessment

Regional Assessment

Training and assessment in regional anaesthesia

Preoperative assessment in ophthalmic regional anaesthesia

Nationalism, Regionalism, and State Institutions: An Assessment of Opinions in Spain

Assessment of regional analgesia in clinical practice and research

992 Assessment of left atrial regional function using 2D strain

Regional assessment of boreal forest productivity using an ecological process model and remote sensing parameter maps

Regional Epidemiologic Assessment of Prevalent Periodontitis Using an Electronic Health Record System

Assessment of regional benthic impact of salmon mariculture within the Letang Inlet, Bay of Fundy

Assessment of regional geomagnetic field modelling methods using a standard data set: spherical cap harmonic analysis

122 Assessment of regional left ventricular function in isolated left ventricular noncompaction

Assessment of the adequacy of systemic and regional perfusion after cardiac surgery

The World Health Organization HIV Drug Resistance Prevention and Assessment Strategy: Global, Regional, and Country Progress

A performance assessment framework for hospitals: the WHO regional office for Europe PATH project

489 Assessment of regional left atrial deformation and its timing by strain echocardiography

Reproducibility in echocardiographic assessment of the left ventricular global and regional function, the HUNT study

Assessment of endothelial function in complex regional pain syndrome type I using iontophoresis and laser Doppler imaging

Assessment of the Cape Cod Phylogeographic Break Using the Bamboo Worm Clymenella torquata Reveals the Role of Regional Water Masses in Dispersal


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Regional assessment is the process of making integrated interdisciplinary research available to decision-makers in response to global environmental change at regional levels. It is a systematic approach to the analysis ...

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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