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exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation
(12 times)
(4 times)
AMI (4 times)
CI (3 times)
HF (3 times)
2014 Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients with heart failure: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials between 1999 and 2013.
Epilepsy Birth Control Registry
(6 times)
(6 times)
AED (5 times)
WWE (5 times)
FA (2 times)
2015 Differential impact of antiepileptic drugs on the effects of contraceptive methods on seizures: Interim findings of the epilepsy birth control registry.
early biochemical recurrence
(5 times)
(3 times)
RP (3 times)
ART (2 times)
AUC (2 times)
2012 Genetic predisposition to early recurrence in clinically localized prostate cancer.
electrophysiologic bulbocavernosus reflex
(3 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(2 times)
ED (1 time)
IIEF (1 time)
MAS (1 time)
2006 The application of an electrophysiological bulbocavernosus reflex test in male dogs.
epithelial basolateral chloride conductance regulator
(2 times)
(1 time)
CFTR (1 time)
CMOAT (1 time)
MRP (1 time)
1996 Molecular cloning and expression of a cyclic AMP-activated chloride conductance regulator: a novel ATP-binding cassette transporter.
Electrical bulbocavernosus reflex
(1 time)
(1 time)
MBCR (1 time)
2003 Dissociation between electrical and mechanical bulbocavernosus reflexes.
energy balance clustering routing protocol
(1 time)
Biosensing Techniques
(1 time)
iWNSNs (1 time)
WNSNs (1 time)
2019 An Energy Balance Clustering Routing Protocol for Intra-Body Wireless Nanosensor Networks.
exercise-based CR
(1 time)
Behavioral Medicine
(1 time)
BDI-II (1 time)
CAD (1 time)
CR (1 time)
2017 Mental Distress Factors and Exercise Capacity in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease Attending Cardiac Rehabilitation Program.