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    The biochemical, physiological, and metabolic evaluation of human subjects wearing pressure suits and on a diet of precooked freeze dehydrated foods

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    Biochemical, physiological and metabolic evaluation of human subjects wearing pressure suits and on diet of precooked frozen dehydrated food

    Follow-up after treatment for head and neck cancer: United Kingdom National Multidisciplinary Guidelines

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    This is the official guideline endorsed by the specialty associations involved in the care of head and neck cancer patients in the UK. In the absence of high-level evidence base for follow-up practices, the duration and frequency are often at the discretion of local centres. By reviewing the existing literature and collating experience from varying practices across the UK, this paper provides recommendations on the work up and management of lateral skull base cancer based on the existing evidence base for this rare condition

    Biochemical and physiological evaluation of human subjects in a life support systems evaluator

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    Biochemical and physiological evaluation of human nutritional requirements under simulated aerospace condition

    The biochemical, physiological, and metabolic evaluation of human subjects in a life support systems evaluator and on a liquid food diet Final report, 12 Jun. 1964 - 23 Feb. 1965

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    Biochemical, physiological, and metabolic analysis of subjects in life support system on liquid food diets during space environment simulatio

    The Low-Mass X-ray Binary X1822-330 in the Globular Cluster NGC 6652: A Serendipitous ASCA Observation

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    The Low Mass X-ray Binary (LMXB) X1822-330 in NGC 6652 is one of 12 bright, or transient, X-ray sources to have been discovered in Globular Clusters. We report on a serendipitous ASCA observation of this Globular Cluster LMXB, during which a Type I burst was detected and the persistent, non-burst emission of the source was at its brightest level recorded to date. No orbital modulation was detected, which argues against a high inclination for the X1822-330 system. The spectrum of the persistent emission can be fit with a power law plus a partial covering absorber, although other models are not ruled out. Our time-resolved spectral analysis through the burst shows, for the first time, clear evidence for spectral cooling from kT=2.4+/-0.6 keV to kT=1.0+/0.1 keV during the decay. The measured peak flux during the burst is ~10% of the Eddington luminosity for a 1.4 Msun neutron star. These are characteristic of a Type I burst, in the context of the relatively low quiescent luminosity of X1822-330.Comment: 9 pages, 5 figures, accepted for Ap
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