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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1999A civil engineering model of protein conformational changeLawton, W. ; Meiyappan, S.; Raghavan, R. ; Viswanathan, R. ; Yu, Y.
Apr-1996An Approach to 3D Pose DeterminationEzquerra, N.; Mullick, R. 
16-May-2019Data from: The socio-economic impact of multidrug-resistant nosocomial infections: a qualitative studyMo Yin ; Isaac Low Taoyang; Tambyah Siok Kuan ; Paul Anantharajah Tambyah 
2007Incidence, predictors, and outcomes of device failure of X-sizer thrombectomy: Real-world experience of 200 cases in 5 yearsLee, Chi-Hang ; Tan, Huay-Cheem ; Wong, Hwee-Bee; Zhang , Xiao-Ling; Fun, Shermaine; Gay, Mae; Qu, Lucy; Lim, Tien Wei Jimmy; Low, Fatt Hoe Adrian ; Lim, Yean-Teng 
2015Long-term clinical outcomes of medical therapy versus coronary revascularisation in patients with intermediate stenoses guided by pressure wireShi, H.Y.; Lee, C.-H. ; Chan, M.Y.; Low, A.F. ; Teo, S.G. ; Chan, K.H ; Sethi, R.; Richards, A.M. ; Tan, H.C. 
2014Patients with severe obstructive sleep apnea and coronary heart disease need more careful follow-up.Loo, G; Zhang, J.J.; Sethi R.; Li, R.; Drager, L.F.; Ho, H.H.; Hein, T.; Jim, M.H.; Lee, C.-H. 
Nov-1999Promoting the online use of radiology appropriateness criteriaTjahjono, D. ; Kahn Jr., C.E.
1999Proteinmorphosis: a mechanical model for protein conformational changes.Meiyappan, S.; Raghavan, R. ; Viswanathan, R. ; Yu, Y.; Lawton, W. 
5-Mar-1999Ribbons and groups: A thin rod theory for catheters and filamentsLawton, W. ; Raghavan, R. ; Ranjan, S.R.; Viswanathan, R. 
1-May-2000Tubes in tubes: Catheter navigation in blood vessels and its applicationsLawton, W. ; Raghavan, R. ; Ranjan, S.R.; Viswanathan, R.R. 
2011Utilisation of emergency medical service among Singapore patients presenting with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: Prevalence and impact on ischaemic timeTan, L.-L.; Wong, H.-B.; Poh, C.-L.; Chan, M.Y.; Seow, S.-C. ; Yeo, T.-C. ; Teo, S.-G. ; Ooi, S.B.S.; Tan, H.-C. ; Lee, C.-H. 
2016Visit-to-visit variability in LDL- and HDL-cholesterol is associated with adverse events after ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: A 5-year follow-up studyBoey, E.; Gay, G.M.W. ; Poh, K.-K. ; Yeo, T.-C. ; Tan, H.-C. ; Lee, C.-H.