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Pickering, T. G.: The ninth Sir George Pickering memorial lecture. Ambulatory monitoring and the definition of hypertension. J. Hypertens., 1992, 10 , 401–409. Pickering T. G. The

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detection of coronary stent thrombosis by monitoring of vasodilator-stimulated phosphoprotein phosphorylation Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 59 295 302

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Authors: Dénes Páll, Mária Juhász, Éva Katona, Szabolcs Lengyel, Éva Komonyi, Béla Fülesdi, and György Paragh

Reusz, G. S., Hóbor, M., Tulassay, T. és mtsai: 24 hour blood pressure monitoring in healthy and hypertensive children. Arch. Dis. Child, 1994, 70 , 90–94. Tulassay T. 24 hour

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Authors: Gábor Marics, Levente Koncz, Anna Körner, Borbála Mikos, and Péter Tóth-Heyn

Lagarde, W. H., Barrows, F. P., Davenport, M. L., et al.: Continuous subcutaneous glucose monitoring in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus: a single-blind, randomized, controlled trial. Pediatr. Diabetes, 2006, 7 , 159

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Introduction Acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (AECOPD) are associated with an increased inflammation and oxidative stress ( 16 ). Exhaled breath analysis has enormous potential as an easy non-invasive mean of monitoring

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peroxide and nitric oxide in monitoring asthma. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med., 1998, 158 , 1042–1046. Kiss A. Combined use of exhaled hydrogen peroxide and nitric oxide in

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O’Connor MF, Daves SM, Tung A, Cook RI, Thisted R, Apfelbaum J: BIS monitoring to prevent awareness during general anaesthesia. Anesthesiology 94, 520–522 (2001

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The characterization of mycorrhizal status in hosts can be a good indicator of symbiotic associations in inoculation experiments or in ecological research. The most common microscopic-based observation methods, such as (i) the gridline intersect method, (ii) the magnified intersections method and (iii) the five-class system of Trouvelot were tested to find the most simple, easily executable, effective and objective ones and their appropriate parameters for characterization of mycorrhizal status. In a pot experiment, white clover (Trifolium repens L.) host plant was inoculated with 6 (BEG144; syn. Rhizophagus intradices) in pumice substrate to monitor the AMF colonization properties during host growth. Eleven (seven classical and four new) colonization parameters were estimated by three researchers in twelve sampling times during plant growth. Variations among methods, observers, parallels, or individual plants were determined and analysed to select the most appropriate parameters and sampling times for monitoring. The comparability of the parameters of the three methods was also tested. As a result of the experiment classical parameters were selected for hyphal colonization: colonization frequency in the first stage or colonization density in the later period, and arbuscular richness of roots. A new parameter was recommended to determine vesicule and spore content of colonized roots at later stages of symbiosis.

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Authors: Dávid Zakariás, Gábor Marics, Kata Kovács, Ágnes Jermendy, Barbara Vatai, György Schuster, Péter Tóth-Heyn, Attila Szabó J., and Csaba Lódi

. 1999; 15: 85–91. 3 Critchley LA, Lee A, Ho AM. A critical review of the ability of continuous cardiac output monitors to measure trends in cardiac output. Anesth Analg. 2010

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Mastrototaro, J. J.: The Minimed continuous glucose monitoring system. Diabetes Technol. Ther., 2000, 2 S , 13–18. Mastrototaro J. J

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