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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
endotracheal intubations
(4 times)
Emergency Medicine
(3 times)
ED (2 times)
BVM (1 time)
CI (1 time)
2004 A comparison of trauma intubations managed by anesthesiologists and emergency physicians.
Evolutionary transitions in individuality
(2 times)
(1 time)
--- 2009 Triassic origin and early radiation of multicellular volvocine algae.
early term infants
(1 time)
(1 time)
--- 2012 A systematic review and meta-analysis of long-term development of early term infants.
educational and training initiatives
(1 time)
Disaster Medicine
(1 time)
DITAC (1 time)
EU (1 time)
2014 Education and training initiatives for crisis management in the European Union: a web-based analysis of available programs.
emergency-transport incidents
(1 time)
Sports Medicine
(1 time)
AEs (1 time)
CIs (1 time)
2018 Epidemiology of Injuries Requiring Emergency Transport Among Collegiate and High School Student-Athletes.
equally-tailed intervals
(1 time)
(1 time)
OR (1 time)
2018 Cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation interacts with BDNF Val66Met in motor learning.
event-triggered interventions
(1 time)
Biomedical Engineering
(1 time)
CCU (1 time)
CSEs (1 time)
2015 Effect of altering alarm settings: a randomized controlled study.
events known as 'evolutionary transitions in individuality
(1 time)
(1 time)
--- 2014 Are ant supercolonies crucibles of a new major transition in evolution?
extensor tendon injuries
(1 time)
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--- 2016 Traumatic Extensor Tendon Injuries to the Hand: Clinical Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Surgical Procedure Review.
10  eye-tracking interfaces
(1 time)
Biomedical Engineering
(1 time)
BCI (1 time)
2017 A comparison study of visually stimulated brain-computer and eye-tracking interfaces.