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European Journal of Integrative Medicine
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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100945
The use of pattern differentiation in WHO-registered traditional Chinese medicine trials – A systematic review

Xuan Zhang · Ran Tian · Chen Zhao · Stephen Birch · Ju Ah Lee · Terje Alraek · Mark Bovey · Chris Zaslawski · Nicola Robinson · Nicola Robinson · Tae-Hun Kim · Myeong Soo Lee · Zhaoxiang Bian ·

Medicine
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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.04.001
Diagnosis of traditional Chinese medicine constitution by integrating indices of tongue, acoustic sound, and pulse

Chun-Jen Huang · Hung-Jen Lin · Wen-Ling Liao · Will Ceurvels · Shan Yu Su ·

Mathematics
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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.03.001
Usage status and satisfaction with pharmacopuncture in Korea: A survey among Korean medicine doctors

Park Jae Eun · Kyeong Han Kim · Sohyeon Kang · Eunkyung Lee · Ju-Chul Kim · Bo-Hyoung Jang · Yong Cheol Shin · Seong-Gyu Ko ·

Medicine
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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.01.003
Beliefs, attitudes towards, and experiences of using complementary and alternative medicine: A qualitative study of clinical psychologists in Indonesia

Andrian Liem ·

Psychology
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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100934
Safety of herbal medicine for elderly patients with chronic disease in the Republic of Korea

Yeonju Woo · Min Kyung Hyun ·

Medicine
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Through a survey of participants, we identified about 30 clusters of variable composition; these allow for the exchange of information and discussion among experts of applying regulatory science to common challenges in global drug development at every phase of its lifecycle and facilitate global medicines development.

Are the European Medicines Agency, US Food and Drug Administration, and Other International Regulators Talking to Each Other? [10.1002/CPT.1617]


As polymeric nanomedicines grow increasingly complex in design, an effective therapeutic release is often inherently tied to localisation to specific intracellular compartments or microenvironments.

Polymer design and component selection contribute to uptake, distribution & trafficking behaviours of polyethylene glycol hyperbranched polymers in live MDA-MB-468 breast cancer cells. [10.1039/c9bm00957d]


In Western medicine findings from laboratory studies comprise the highest level of evidence for a putative mechanism of action and the relationship between “treatment” and “outcomes.

Evaluating and Using Medical Evidence in Integrative Mental Health Care: Literature Review, Evidence Tables, Algorithms, and the Promise of Artificial Intelligence [10.1007/978-3-030-15285-7_6]


The author, an aeronautical laryngologist who has been working at the Military Institute of Aeronautical Medicine for 45 years, presents a short history of this specialty in the period 1973-2000, in which he worked in the clinical and audiological-labyrinthological part of Military Institute of Aviation Medicine in Warsaw, acting as the Head of the Hearing and Balance Organ Clinic, which was equipped with a “silence chamber” and a unique at that time swivel chair with an electronic starter and a two-channel electronystagmograph, as well as an electronically controlled Toennies swivel chair for the examination of vestibular organs.

MY 45 YEARS OF WORK AS AN AVIATION LARYNGOLOGIST AT THE MILITARY INSTITUTE OF AVIATION MEDICINE [10.13174/pjambp.20.12.2018.09]


Introduction: Claims data raises the possibility that on demand telemedicine programs might increase new utilization, offsetting the cost benefits described in some retrospective analyses.

On‐demand synchronous audio video telemedicine visits are cost effective [10.1016/j.ajem.2018.08.017]


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