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Nermin Öztürk, Esin Ozturk-Isik and Yekta Ülgen

circle of the complex electrical impedance measurements, the dominant arm characteristic frequency was calculated. Figure 1 Placement of electrodes and the BIS device. T scores, z scores and BMD values were also estimated from DXA results. According to the WHO classification system, the participants were classified as normal, osteopenic, or osteoporotic based on T and Z scores [ 3 ]. Hip and lumbar DXA BMD results were separately analyzed and were classified accordingly as normal, osteopenic or osteoporotic (T-score ≥ -1 normal, -1 > T-score > -2

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Ildikó Szedljak, Viktória Tóth, Judit Tormási, Anikó Kovács, László Somogyi, László Sipos and Gabriella Kiskó

Total and Available Lysine, Journal of Food Science 1984 49 (1), 225–228 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1984.tb13713.x [7] Lang E., Zoz F., Iaconelli C., Recovery Estimation of Dried Foodborne Pathogens Is Directly Related to Rehydration Kinetics, PLoS ONE 2016 11 (8), e0160844 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0160844 [8] MSZ 6369-1:1985 Flour test methods. Sensory analysis. Scoring and qualification [9] Singleton V. L., Rossi J. A. Jr., Colorimetry of total phenolics with phosphomolybdic-phosphotungstic acid reagents, American Journal of Enology and

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Dindar S. Bari, Haval Y. Yacoob Aldosky, Christian Tronstad, Håvard Kalvøy and Ørjan G. Martinsen

of felt pain strength is a key factor for successful pain management during surgery and other clinical procedures. Presently, most of the pain scoring systems used in clinical practice rely on patient cooperation and attentiveness. However, in some cases, for example in unconscious, confused, uncooperative patients, or in the case for infants, questioning is impossible. As a result, pain is usually poorly evaluated and inadequately managed. Therefore, a more practical, patient-independent method for this purpose is highly desirable. As pain provokes a sympathetic

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B. Tsai, H. Xue, E. Birgersson, S. Ollmar and U. Birgersson

.1468-3083.1994.tb00367.x 26 Y. Lee, K. Hwang, Skin thickness of Korean adults, Surgical and radiologic anatomy 24 (3-4) (2002) 183-189. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00276-002-0034-5 Lee Y. Hwang K. Skin thickness of Korean adults Surgical and radiologic anatomy 24 3-4 2002 183 – 189 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00276-002-0034-5 27 Moore, M. Lunt, B. McManus, M. Anderson, A. Herrick, Seventeen-point dermal ultrasound scoring system - a reliable measure of skin thickness in patients with systemic sclerosis, Rheumatology 42 (12) (2003) 1559

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Piotr Radziwon, Romuald Olszański, Jolanta Korsak and Piotr Siermontowski

decompression sickness and bubble scores. Aviat Space Environ Med 1976;47:863-867. 19. Hart GB. Screening test for decompression sickness. Aviat Space Environ Med 1976;47:993-994. 20. Boussuges A, Succo E, Juhan-Vague I, Sainty JM. Activation of coagulation in decompression illness. Aviat Space Environ Med 1998;69:129-132. 21. Eckenhoff RG, Hughes JS. Hematologic and hemostatic changes with repetitive air diving. Aviat. Space Environ Med 1984;55:592-597. 22. Olszański R, Radziwon P, Baj Z, Kaczmarek P, Giedrojć J