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. Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF)-results in evidence based medicine . Wien Med Wochenschr . 2007 ; 157 ( 1-2 ): 34 - 36 . doi: 10.1007/s10354-006-0369-3 37. Abate M , Schiavone C , Salini V . The use of hyaluronic acid after tendon

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use them, and evidence-based medicine. Overall, this book is a unique and practical support reference for raptor rehabilitation in the United States. Veterinarians new to the field of raptor rehabilitation should augment this handbook with references

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of evidence-based medicine to treat clinical patients with behavior problems. The book is organized into traditional medicine categories, including Asian, Ayurvedic, Western, and Native American traditional medicine. The author discusses how the

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understanding of the biomedical research enterprise and how it serves as the foundation for a science-based profession and evidence-based medicine.” The research program helps students understand the research process, from getting grants through sharing

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catalase-negative, non-beta-hemolytic, gram-positive cocci isolated from milk samples. J Clin Microbiol 2003 ; 41 : 106 – 109 . 13. Dawson B Trapp RG . Methods of evidence-based medicine and decision analysis . In: Dawson B Trapp RG

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include disease prevention (eg, vaccination and hygiene), disease diagnosis, nonantimicrobial therapeutics, and evidence-based medicine. 13 Once prescribers decide to use antimicrobials, they should seek to optimize the antimicrobial drug (ie, spectrum

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, et al. An evidence-based medicine approach to small animal anaesthetic mortality in a referral practice: the influence of initiating three recommendations on subsequent anaesthetic deaths . Vet Anaesth Analg 2014 ; 41 : 249 – 258 . 10.1111/vaa

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the reduction of adverse events and frequency and severity of disease, and practicing evidence-based medicine for the treatment of common diseases and conditions. If veterinary medical practices use EVMRs primarily for business rather than health

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“bridges the gap between evidence-based medicine and working with individual patients.” 11 Communication appears to have the same role in veterinary medicine, in that veterinarian-client communication provides the basis for veterinarian

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's understanding of pain management is evolving with new agents and techniques and the application of evidence-based medicine. … It is hoped that this document provides a framework to approaching and managing pain and to understanding the challenges that face the

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