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0000 0001 2432 3232
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Conway, J H
Conway, Joy
Conway, Joy Helen
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University of Southampton
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Acupuncture versus placebo for the treatment of chronic mechanical neck pain: a randomized, controlled trial.
advanced and detailed in vitro validation procedure for the radiolabeling of carrier-free terbutaline sulphate dry powder., An
Analytical technique to recover the third dimension in planar imaging of inhaled aerosols: (1) impact on spatial quantification.
Analytical Technique to Recover the Third Dimension in Planar Imaging of Inhaled Aerosols--(2) Estimation of the Deposition per Airway Generation, An
Assessment of deposition of inhaled aerosol in the respiratory tract of man using three-dimensional multimodality imaging and mathematical modeling.
assessment of intra-pulmonary deposition of aerosols using multi-modality imaging, The
Comparison of Planar Scintigraphy and SPECT Measurement of Total Lung Deposition of Inhaled Aerosol, A
Comparison of SPECT Aerosol Deposition Data with a Human Respiratory Tract Model
Cospray-dried unfractionated heparin with L-leucine as a dry powder inhaler mucolytic for cystic fibrosis therapy.
Evaluation of the accuracy and precision of lung aerosol deposition measurements from planar radionuclide imaging using simulation.
Evaluation of the accuracy and precision of lung aerosol deposition measurements from single-photon emission computed tomography using simulation.
In silico modeling of asthma
Inhaled heparin in cystic fibrosis.
Inhaled synthetic surfactant abolishes the early allergen-induced response in asthma.
Pulmonary clearance rate of two chemically different forms of inhaled pertechnetate.
Simulation of the regional manifestation of asthma.
Simulation of Three-Dimensional Particle Deposition Patterns in Human Lungs and Comparison with Experimental SPECT Data
Three-dimensional description of pulmonary deposition of inhaled aerosol using data from multimodality imaging.
Three-Dimensional Imaging of Aerosol Deposition
Validation of the Conceptual Anatomical Model of the Lung Airway
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