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cluster randomised controlled trial
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CI (8 times)
GPs (8 times)
ANZCTR (5 times)
2005 Does a pre-hospital emergency pathway improve early diagnosis and referral in suspected stroke patients?--Study protocol of a cluster randomised trial [ISRCTN41456865].
complementary rolling circle transcription
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dsRNA (1 time)
RNAi (1 time)
RPs (1 time)
2014 Enzymatic size control of RNA particles using complementary rolling circle transcription (cRCT) method for efficient siRNA production.
conventional root canal treatment
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aPDT (1 time)
PEI (1 time)
PS (1 time)
2019 Regenerative Endodontic Procedures in Necrotic Mature Teeth with Periapical Radiolucencies: A Preliminary Randomized Clinical Study.
cluster randomized clinical trials
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Communicable Diseases
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ASPs (1 time)
ESGIE (1 time)
LTCFs (1 time)
2018 Antimicrobial consumption and impact of antimicrobial stewardship programmes in long-term care facilities.
cluster-randomized controlled clinical trial
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Primary Health Care
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GPs (1 time)
2021 "I must, and I can live with that": a thematic analysis of patients' perspectives on polypharmacy and a digital decision support system for GPs.
Concurrent radiochemotherapy
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EXC (1 time)
INC (1 time)
2013 Anal carcinoma: surgery does not influence prognosis when performed prior to concurrent radiochemotherapy.
counterfactual randomized controlled trial
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Critical Care
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ICU (1 time)
2020 Burst Suppression: Causes and Effects on Mortality in Critical Illness.