Bandolier sentence example

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  • Anyone out there care to help find the wherewithal for Bandolier to do more?
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  • recurrent candidiasis is difficult, and Bandolier readers have asked for evidence.
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  • Medical journals Bandolier is a really spiffy little journal written by doctors looking at the best evidence for treatments.
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  • Management of recurrent candidiasis is difficult, and Bandolier readers have asked for evidence.
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  • There is an irregular verb Bandolier uses in its office.
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  • Comment This updates a previous Bandolier review looking at genital wart treatments.
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  • Uniforms are black with a red stripe on the outside of the trouser legs and a white bandolier (shoulder belt) worn across the chest.
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  • Bandolier 92 reported a meta-analysis of trials looking at a comparison of stents versus balloon angioplasty indicating stents to be better.
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  • aspirin prophylaxis was examined in Bandolier 86, where the main risk examined was upper gastrointestinal bleeding.
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  • This issue of Bandolier has an example of type I evidence a report of a meta-analysis on quinine in nocturnal leg cramps.
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  • Bandolier Bandolier is produced monthly in Oxford for the NHS R&D directorate.
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  • Bandolier hopes that transmission disequilibrium tests that are free of bias due to population stratification can wait till brain cells have a good day.
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  • Bandolier was asked whether a recent editorial [1] suggesting that self-administered treatments were effective was correct.
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  • Naively, Bandolier thought that iron deficiency was of only historical interest in Britain, tho important in developing countries with poor diets.
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  • Bandolier got the correct answers to question 1, but gets a severe headache when asked to think about acid-base homeostasis.
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  • hypothyroid patients get the wrong dose (Bandolier 4 ). It would cost little to put it right.
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  • Bandolier suspects that there remain huge lacunae of ignorance in the pharmaceutical world.
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