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Myocardial Lesion Pattern Observed With Phenothiazine Therapy
Myocardial lesions of a characteristic pattern have been found in neuropsychiatric patients on prolonged phenothiazine derivative tranquilizer therapy who died suddenly and unexpectedly.
Public pressure to extend medicare to those under 65 will mount if the private insurance industry fails to provide adequate protection at prices people can afford, Undersecretary of Health, Education, and Welfare Wilbur J. Cohen warned.
He said private industry must find ways to...
An examination of the home for sources of sound which may be of medical significance reveals by measurement of sound levels in actual homes that many home devices operate at surprisingly high levels of sound intensities. Operation of these devices results in intrusive and unwanted sound...
Children with an X-linked neurological disease often classed as cerebral palsy show an absence of an enzyme of purine metabolism, hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase (PRTase), in the brain, liver, fibroblasts, and erythrocytes. The absence in these patients of PRTase activity...
Rapid, progressive hyperpyrexia is becoming a cause for concern. It occurred in 12 patients, ten of whom failed to survive the acute episode. Conventional anesthetic drugs, including thiopental sodium, succinylcholine chloride, nitrous oxide, and halothane, were employed in most of the...
Idiopathic explosive malignant hyperthermia, which occurs after anesthesia is given, is a syndrome of increasing prevalence. It is a separate entity from the "postoperative heatstroke" reported in days prior to temperature and humidity control of operating rooms. Reviews of 40 cases from...
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