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Miodraga Stefanovska Petkovska, Vesna Velik Stefanovska and Marjan Bojadziev

Differences and Occupational Stress Perceived: A Croatian Survey. Zagreb Intemational Review of Economics & Business. 2008; 11 (1):61-79. 24. Chen WQ, Wong TW, Yu IT. Association of occupational stress and social support with health-related behaviours among Chinese offshore oil workers. J Occup Health. 2008; 50(3):262-9. 25. Devereux JJ, Vlachonikolis IG, Buckle PW. Epidemiological study to investigate potential interaction between physical and psychosocial factors at work that may increase the risk of symptoms of musculoskeletal disorder of

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Hulya Sariaslan Goleli, Murat Akkaya and Melike Camgoz

. academic examinations and immunity: Academic stress or examination stress. Psychosom Med, 2004;66:625-626. 16. Griffiths GS. Formation, collection and significance of gingival crevice fluid. Periodontol 2000, 2003;31:32-42. 17. Spielberger CD, Gorsuch RL, Luchene RE. Manual for state-trait anxiety inventory. Palo Alto, California: California Consulting Psychologist’s Press, 1970. 18. Murphy L, Denis R, Ward CP, Tartar JL. Academic stress differentially perceived stress, salivary cortisol, and immune globulin-A in undergraduate students. Stress, 2010

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Elmedin Bajrić, S. Kobašlija, A. Huseinbegović, N. Marković, M. Selimović-Dragaš and A. Arslanagić Muratbegović

stomatologija. Beograd: Elit Medica, 2003. 25. Jurić H (urednik). Dječja dentalna medicina. Jastrebarsko: Naklada Slap, 2015. 26. Oosterink FM, de Jongh A, Aartman IH. What are people afraid of during dental treatment? Anxiety-provoking capacity of 67 stimuli characteristic of the dental setting. Eur J Oral Sci, 2008; 116(1):44-51. 27. Moore R, Brødsgaard I. Dentists’ perceived stress and its relation to perceptions about anxious patients. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, 2001; 29(1):73-80. 28. Davidovich E, Pessov

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Argine Harutyunyan and Argirios Pissiotis

number of splinted teeth and connector type: a finite element analysis. Clin Oral Implants Res, 2008; 19:107-117. 16. Nishimura RD, Ochiai KT, Caputo AA, Jeong CM. Photoelastic stress analysis of load transfer to implants and natural teeth comparing rigid and semirigid connectors. J Prosthet Dent, 1999; 81:696-703. 17. Weinberg LA. The biomechanics of force distribution in implant-supported prostheses. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants, 1993; 8:19-31. 18. Misch CM, Ismail YH. Finite element stress analysis of tooth-to-implant fixed partial denture

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Shamsur R. Choudhury, Amelia Furbish and Tahseen A. Chowdhury

on what diabetes was and, although not all information was accurate, all participants had heard of diabetes and most connected it with healthy living. Diabetes was most often described as having to do with “sugar levels” and “eating too much sugar.” While fats and other unhealthy foods were described as the causes, the primary emphasis was on sugar. School biology classes were where they gained the basic knowledge of diabetes. They were quick to stress the limits to what schools taught them about diabetes, suggesting that schools focused more on the biological

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Patrick M. Honore, David De Bels, Thierry Preseau, Sebastien Redant and Herbert D. Spapen

in 1948. The simplified equation, composed of CO 2 , anion charge of albumin, and anion charge of phosphate, is mostly used. Leblanc stressed the increment in SIDm in patients on CRRT or in patients with chronic renal failure during an intermittent HD session. On the other hand, other studies demonstrated a slight but significant decrease in SIDm (from 46.2 to 45 mEq/L) during the HD session. This is in apparent contradiction to the expected increase in pH and bicarbonate concentration and base excess due to the alkalinizing effect of CRRT or HD. These findings

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Laura Mihaela Suciu, Manuela Cucerea, Marta Simon, Andreea Avasiloaiei, Olimpia Petrescu and Suciu Bogdan Andrei

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