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  1. Immunological studies of egg white proteins. V. The cross-reactions of egg white proteins of various species.

    Journal of Immunology 70(6):507 (1953) PMID 13069713

  2. Why bother with a practice formulary?

    The Practitioner (U.K.) 236(1516):740 (1992) PMID 1454747

  3. Nutritional requirements of lactobacillus bifidus isolated from poults and chicks.

    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Bio... 83(2):284 (1953) PMID 13064246

  4. Coverage and prior authorization of psychotropic drugs under Medicare Part D.

    Psychiatric Services 58(3):308 (2007) PMID 17325102

    This study examined formulary coverage and use of utilization management tools for three classes of psychotropic medications (antidepressants, antipsychotics, and anticonvulsants) among Medicare Part D prescription drug plans serving individuals dually eligible for the Medicare and Medicaid programs...
  5. A new isosorbide dinitrate extended-release formulation: pharmacokinetic and clinical parameters in patients with stable angina pectoris.

    European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 47(4):351 (1994) PMID 7875187

    In a double-blind, cross-over study the acute clinical efficacy and pharmacokinetic profile of a newly developed isosorbide dinitrate extended-release (ISDN-ER) formulation (10 mg immediate release and 60 mg slow release) were examined in eight angina patients. Exercise tests were done 1 h before an...
  6. Alfentanil in anesthesia and analgesia.

    Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy 20(5):335 (1986) PMID 3086065

    Alfentanil is a tetrazole derivative of fentanyl. Many of the pharmacologic effects of alfentanil are similar to those of fentanyl and sufentanil, but of quicker onset than those of fentanyl and of shorter duration than those of fentanyl and sufentanil. Alfentanil may cause less intense respiratory...
  7. Sharing resources to create a district drug formulary: a countywide controlled trial.

    British Journal of General Practice 46(406):271 (1996) PMID 8762741 PMCID 1239633

    Sharing resources between practices to create a district-wide primary care drug formulary can lead to changes in prescribing and reduce costs sustained over 3 years....
  8. Formularies and generics drive up health resource use, study suggests.
    Author(s) unavailable

    American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 53(9):971, 975 (1996) PMID 8744449

  9. The sodium and potassium requirements of the chick and their interrelationship.

    Journal of Nutrition 50(3):317 (1953) PMID 13070089

  10. Incentive formularies and changes in prescription drug spending.

    American Journal of Managed Care 13(6 Pt 2):360 (2007) PMID 17567237

    Switching to incentive formulary arrangements with higher levels of copayments generally led to overall lower drug costs and vice versa. These effects varied with the degree of change, level of baseline spending, and magnitude of the copayments. Whether these effects are beneficial overall depends o...