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Development of an electronic frailty index for predicting mortality and complications Analysis in pulmonary hypertension using random survival forest model
Zhou, Jiandong, Chou, Oscar Hou In, Wong, Ka Hei Gabriel, Lee, Sharen, Leung, Keith Sai Kit, Liu, Tong, Cheung, Bernard Man Yung, Wong, Ian Chi Kei, Tse, Gary and Zhang, Qingpeng 2022. Development of an electronic frailty index for predicting mortality and complications Analysis in pulmonary hypertension using random survival forest model. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine. 9, p. 735906. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcvm.2022.735906
ICIs-related cardiotoxicity in different types of cancer
Dong, Mei, Yu, Ting, Zhang, Zhenzhen, Zhang, Jing, Wang, Rujian, Tse, Gary, Liu, T. and Zhong, Lin 2022. ICIs-related cardiotoxicity in different types of cancer. Journal of cardiovascular development and disease. 9 (7), p. 203. https://doi.org/jcdd9070203
Contesting grand narratives of the intercultural
Holliday, A. 2022. Contesting grand narratives of the intercultural. Abingdon Routledge.
“The abuse of dress”: Victorian fashion and fatphobia
Allen, L. 2019. “The abuse of dress”: Victorian fashion and fatphobia.
“Beauty is confined to no people”: The charitable aestheticism of Mary Eliza Haweis
Allen, L. 2020. “Beauty is confined to no people”: The charitable aestheticism of Mary Eliza Haweis.