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Jan-2011Development of a computerised antithrombotic risk assessment tool (CARAT) to optimise therapy in older persons with atrial fibrillationBajorek, B; Masood, N; Krass, I
28-Sep-2017Multi-kinetics and site-specific release of gabapentin and flurbiprofen from oral fixed-dose combination: in vitro release and in vivo food effectSonvico, F; Conti, C; Colombo, G; Buttini, F; Colombo, P; Bettini, R; Barchielli, M; Leoni, B; Loprete, L; Rossi, A
1-Jan-1989Pharmacokinetics of non‐prescription sympathomimetic agentsChua, SS; Benrimoj, SI; Triggs, EJ
1-Jan-1989A controlled clinical trial on the cardiovascular effects of single doses of pseudoephedrine in hypertensive patients.Chua, S; Benrimoj, S; Gordon, R; Williams, G
1-Feb-2019Defining and characterising age-friendly community pharmacies: a qualitative studyMalet-Larrea, A; Arbillaga, L; Gastelurrutia, M; Larrañaga, B; Garay, Á; Benrimoj, SI; Oñatibia-Astibia, A; Goyenechea, E
1-May-2011Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation suppresses ipsilateral projections to presumed propriospinal neurons of the proximal upper limbBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
25-Aug-2016Variation in left posterior parietal-motor cortex interhemispheric facilitation following right parietal continuous theta-burst stimulation in healthy adultsKillington, C; Barr, C; Loetscher, T; Bradnam, LV
1-Jan-2014Ipsilateral corticomotor excitability is associated with increased gait variability in unilateral transtibial amputeesHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Barr, C; Patritti, BL; Crotty, M
14-Aug-2017Reorganization of the primary motor cortex following lower-limb amputation for vascular disease: a pre-post-amputation comparisonHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Crotty, M
1-Jan-2017What you wear does not affect the credibility of your treatment: A blinded randomized controlled studyTraeger, AC; Skinner, IW; Hübscher, M; Henschke, N; Moseley, GL; McAuley, JH
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