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JOURNAL OF MILITARY HISTORY, ISSN 0899-3718, 04/2010, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 379 - 405
Disease killed two-thirds of the soldiers who died during the Civil War. And of the various maladies that plagued both armies, few were more pervasive than... 
UNITED-STATES | YELLOW-FEVER | HISTORY
Journal Article
01/2007
Of the 620,000 American military personnel that perished during the Civil War, the overwhelming majority died from disease. Of the various maladies that... 
American history
Dissertation
01/2007, Volume 68, Issue 1
Of the 620,000 American military personnel that perished during the Civil War, the overwhelming majority died from disease. Of the various maladies that... 
Book Chapter
The Journal of Military History, ISSN 0899-3718, 2009, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 281 - 283
  Bell reviews Francis M. Wafer: A Surgeon in the Army of the Potomac edited by Cheryl A. Wells. 
Wafer, Wells, Wafer, Francis M.,., Cheryl A.,, ed., Francis M | HISTORY | Books | Book reviews | Nonfiction | Surgeons | Biographies | American Civil War | Military history
Journal Article
2/2011, Volume 116, Issue 1, 2
  Byerly reviews Mosquito Soldiers: Malaria, Yellow Fever, and the Course of the American Civil War by Andrew McIlwaine Bell. 
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES | HISTORY | Books | Book reviews | Nonfiction | Armed forces | Mosquitoes | American Civil War | Malaria
Book Review
by Drake, Thomas M and Cheung, Lok Ka and Gaba, Fortis and Glasbey, James and Griffiths, Nathan and Helliwell, Rebecca J and Huq, Tausif and Khaw, Rachel and Mayes, Jonathan and Khan, Saif and Rafiq, Nasir and Woin, Evelina and Fitzgerald, J Edward and Harrison, Ewen M and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Drake, TM and Drake, Thomas M and Glasbey, James and Bath, Mike and Borakati, Aditya and Burke, Joshua and Claireaux, Henry and Deekonda, Praveena and Gundogan, Buket and Joyce, Holly and Kamarajah, Sivesh and Khatri, Chetan and Kong, Chia and McLean, Kenneth A and Mcnamee, Lisa and Mohan, Midhun and Woin, Evelina and Fitzgerald, J Edward and Bhangu, Aneel and Harrison, Ewen M and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Arulkumaran, Nishkantha and Bell, Samira and Duthie, Fiona and Hughes, Jeremy and Prowle, John and Richards, Toby and Dynes, K and Patel, P and Wigley, C and Suresh, R and Shaw, A and Klimach, S and Jull, P and Evans, D and Preece, R and Ibrahim, I and Manikavasagar, V and Brown, F S and Deekonda, P and Teo, R and Sim, D P Y and Borakati, A and Logan, A E and Barai, I and Amin, H and Suresh, S and Sethi, R and Bolton, W and Corbridge, O and Horne, L and Attalla, M and Morley, R and Hoskins, T and McAllister, R and Lee, S and Dennis, Y and Nixon, G and Heywood, E and Wilson, H and Ng, L and Samaraweera, S and Mills, A and Doherty, C and Woin, E and Belchos, J and Phan, V and Chouari, T and Gardner, T and Goergen, N and Hayes, J D B and MacLeod, C S and McCormack, R and McKinley, A and McKinstry, S and Milligan, W and Ooi, L and Rafiq, N M and Sammut, T and Sinclair, E and Smith, M and Baker, C and Boulton, A P R and Collins, J and Copley, H C and ... and STARSurg Collaborative
Anaesthesia, ISSN 0003-2409, 10/2018, Volume 73, Issue 10, pp. 1214 - 1222
The peri‐operative use of angiotensin‐converting enzyme inhibitors or angiotensin‐2 receptor blockers is thought to be associated with an increased risk of... 
postoperative complications | acute kidney injury | angiotensin‐converting enzyme inhibitors | angiotensin II receptor blockers | angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors | RISK | ANESTHESIOLOGY | DIURETICS | Prospective Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Elective Surgical Procedures - adverse effects | Postoperative Complications - prevention & control | Male | Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors - adverse effects | Aged, 80 and over | Female | Acute Kidney Injury - chemically induced | Postoperative Complications - chemically induced | Drug Administration Schedule | Comorbidity | Risk Factors | Ireland - epidemiology | Postoperative Complications - epidemiology | Digestive System Surgical Procedures - adverse effects | Withholding Treatment | Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Acute Kidney Injury - prevention & control | Perioperative Care - methods | Aged | Acute Kidney Injury - epidemiology | United Kingdom - epidemiology | Angiotensin Receptor Antagonists - administration & dosage | Angiotensin Receptor Antagonists - adverse effects | Heart | Enzymes | Kidneys | Heart surgery | Health risks | Risk reduction | Risk | Gastrointestinal tract | Patients | Matching | Injury prevention | Inhibitors | Enzyme inhibitors | Converting | Surgery | Gastrointestinal system | Angiotensin | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
Journal Article
by Nepogodiev, D and Walker, K and Glasbey, J. C and Drake, T. M and Borakati, A and Kamarajah, S and McLean, K and Khatri, C and Arulkumaran, N and Harrison, E. M and Fitzgerald, J. E and Cromwell, D and Prowle, J and Bhangu, A and Walker, K and Drake, T. M and Cromwell, D and Glasbey, J. C and Borakati, A and Drake, T. M and Kamarajah, S and McLean, K and Bath, M. F and Claireaux, H. A and Gundogan, B and Mohan, M and Deekonda, P and Kong, C and Joyce, H and Mcnamee, L and Woin, E and Burke, J and Khatri, C and Fitzgerald, J. E and Harrison, E. M and Bhangu, A and Nepogodiev, D and Arulkumaran, N and Bell, S and Duthie, F and Hughes, J and Pinkney, T. D and Prowle, J and Richards, T and Thomas, M and Dynes, K and Patel, P and Wigley, C and Suresh, R and Shaw, A and Klimach, S and Jull, P and Evans, D and Preece, R and Ibrahim, I and Manikavasagar, V and Brown, F. S and Deekonda, P and Teo, R and Sim, D. P. Y and Borakati, A and Logan, A. E and Barai, I and Amin, H and Suresh, S and Sethi, R and Bolton, W and Corbridge, O and Horne, L and Attalla, M and Morley, R and Hoskins, T and McAllister, R and Lee, S and Dennis, Y and Nixon, G and Heywood, E and Wilson, H and Ng, L and Samaraweera, S and Mill, A and Doherty, C and Woin, E and Belchos, J and Phan, V and Chouari, T and Gardner, T and Goergen, N and Hayes, J. D. B and MacLeod, C. S and McCormack, R and McKinley, A and McKinstry, S and Milligan, W and Ooi, L and Rafiq, N. M and Sammut, T and Sinclair, E and Smith, M and Baker, C and ... and STARSurg Collaborative
BJS Open, ISSN 2474-9842, 12/2018, Volume 2, Issue 6, pp. 400 - 410
AKI following major gastrointestinal surgery is common, occurring in 1 in 7 patients, and is strongly associated with increased risk of peri‐operative death. A... 
Ostomy | Hospitals | Collaboration | Mortality | Data collection | Values | Renal replacement therapy | Gastrointestinal surgery | Kidney diseases | Patients
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