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Gruppo Italiano di Farmacovigilanza nell'Anziano
(17 times)
Geriatrics
(9 times)
CI (3 times)
AMT (2 times)
HAMT (2 times)
1995 Age and laxative use in hospitalized patients. A report of the "Gruppo Italiano di Farmacovigilanza nell'Anziano--GIFA".
Group of Pharmacoepidemiology in the Elderly
(6 times)
Neurology
(2 times)
CI (3 times)
OR (2 times)
ADR (1 time)
1996 [Characteristics of hospitalization of aged patients before and after introduction of the prospective payment (DRG-ROD system). Researchers of the Italian Group of Pharmaco-epidemiology in the Aged (GIFA)].
generalized indicator function analysis
(5 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(4 times)
CVA (1 time)
DFT (1 time)
JCS (1 time)
2010 Comparison of canine stifle kinematic data collected with three different targeting models.
gastrointestinal food allergy
(2 times)
Allergy and Immunology
(1 time)
FAP (1 time)
HRQoL (1 time)
PR (1 time)
2015 Histological findings in infants with Gastrointestinal food allergy are associated with specific gastrointestinal symptoms; retrospective review from a tertiary centre.
Generalized Ionic Fragment Approach
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
4-Cys (1 time)
dOx (1 time)
Fdx (1 time)
2016 Electron Transport in a Dioxygenase-Ferredoxin Complex: Long Range Charge Coupling between the Rieske and Non-Heme Iron Center.
Group of Pharmacosurveillance in the Elderly
(1 time)
Geriatrics
(1 time)
ADRs (1 time)
HF (1 time)
1996 Digitalis in the treatment of heart failure in the elderly. The GIFA study results.
group, the Italian Group of Pharmacoepidemiology in the Elderly
(1 time)
Internal Medicine
(1 time)
--- 2000 Body mass index and mortality among hospitalized patients.