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Should medical devices be regulated? Question debated
Mrs. Virginia Knauer received nationwide attention recently by stating that toilet valves get more thorough testing than do artificial heart valves.
Mrs. Knauer, President Nixon's assistant for the...
In 6,211 live-born infants born to mothers of low socioeconomic status, approximately one half received routine care, one quarter were held for evaluation, and one quarter manifested morbidity (illness or malformation). In term infants morbidity was low, but the number of sick infants...
Analyzing 130 cases of abruptio placentae among 26,743 deliveries (1:206), the authors conclude that effective management depends primarily on early recognition of the high-risk patient, immediate hospitalization of all women with third trimester bleeding, prompt institution of liberal...
The Lansing (Mich) Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) and its Coordinated Home Care Program have been examined, with particular attention paid to the nurse's position and problems within the medical community. It is apparent that these nurses are already functioning as a special type of...
The clinical significance of serial central venous oxygen saturation (CVSo ) determinations was investigated in 34 patients with acute myocardial infarction. The mean initial CVSo2 of 73% fell to a low of 68% (P<0.05) on the third postinfarction day, and rose slightly thereafter. The...
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