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Jan-2012Development Of A Computerised Antithrombotic Risk Assessment Tool (Carat) To Optimise Therapy In Older Persons With Atrial FibrillationBajorek, B; Masood, N; Krass, I
30-Apr-2012An online survey of Australian physicians reported practice with the off-label use of nebulised frusemide.Newton, PJ; Davidson, PM; Sanderson, C
Jan-2012Making Decisions About Delirium: A Qualitative Comparison Of Decision Making Between Nurses Working In Palliative Care, Aged Care, Aged Care Psychiatry, And OncologyAgar, M; Draper, B; Phillips, P; Phillips, J; Collier, A; Harlum, J; Currow, D
17-Nov-2016Using telehealth to support end of life care in the community: a feasibility study.Tieman, JJ; Swetenham, K; Morgan, DD; To, TH; Currow, DC
17-Nov-2016Using telehealth to support end of life care in the community: a feasibility study.Tieman, JJ; Swetenham, K; Morgan, DD; To, TH; Currow, DC
Jan-2011Development of a computerised antithrombotic risk assessment tool (CARAT) to optimise therapy in older persons with atrial fibrillationBajorek, B; Masood, N; Krass, I
Apr-2018The Utilization of Health Services and Self-Care by Older Women With Sleeping Problems: Results From a Nationally Representative Sample of 9,110 Women.Meredith, S; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
1-Oct-2017Resistance wheel exercise from mid-life has minimal effect on sciatic nerves from old mice in which sarcopenia was preventedKrishnan, VS; White, Z; Terrill, JR; Hodgetts, SI; Fitzgerald, M; Shavlakadze, T; Harvey, AR; Grounds, MD
Jan-2003The effects of progressive resistance training on obstructed-gait tasks in community-living older adultsLamoureux, EL; Murphy, AJ; Sparrow, WA; Newton, RU
Jan-2008Emergency department utilization patterns among older adultsWolinsky, F; Liu, L; Miller, T; An, H; Geweke, J; Kaskie, B; Wright, K; Chrischilles, E; Pavlik, C; Cook, E; Ohsfeldt, R; Richardson, K; Rosenthal, G; Wallace, R
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