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estimated daily intakes
(68 times)
Environmental Health
(51 times)
PBDEs (10 times)
PCBs (10 times)
ADI (9 times)
1995 Estimation of 1992-1993 dietary intake of organochlorine and organophosphorus pesticides in Fukuoka, Japan.
estimated dietary intakes
(7 times)
Nutritional Sciences
(3 times)
ADIs (1 time)
AFB1 (1 time)
AFB2 (1 time)
1991 Levels of pesticide residues in Egyptian human milk samples and infant dietary intake.
ED intubations
(1 time)
Emergency Medicine
(1 time)
ED (1 time)
RSI (1 time)
SED (1 time)
2002 Rapid sequence intubation for pediatric emergency airway management.
electron-dense inclusions
(1 time)
Biology
(1 time)
SER (1 time)
2016 Ultrastructural morphogenesis of a virus associated with lymphocystis-like lesions in parore Girella tricuspidata (Kyphosidae: Perciformes).
estimated dates of HIV infection
(1 time)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
(1 time)
--- 2013 Disease progression by infecting HIV-1 subtype in a seroconverter cohort in sub-Saharan Africa.
estimated heavy metal daily intakes
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
HI (1 time)
P. notoginseng (1 time)
RI (1 time)
2016 Soil-Plant Metal Relations in Panax notoginseng: An Ecosystem Health Risk Assessment.
estimated median daily intakes
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
BHA (1 time)
SPAs (1 time)
2019 Quantitative identification of and exposure to synthetic phenolic antioxidants, including butylated hydroxytoluene, in urine.
extended dosing intervals
(1 time)
Endocrinology
(1 time)
--- 2015 Lanreotide Autogel 120 mg at extended dosing intervals in patients with acromegaly biochemically controlled with octreotide LAR: the LEAD study.