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Heart rate may provide key to sudden death control
ECG evidence of ventricular premature beats may provide early warning that a patient with coronary heart disease may be about to experience ventricular fibrillation that could lead to sudden death
During 1969, 28 cases of murine typhus were reported in Texas. This number was consistent with the number of cases reported in previous years. The majority occurred in south Texas in the spring of the year. Patients presented with an illness resembling influenza, but the correct...
In the Oct 26 issue (214:719-723, 1970), an error occurred in the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION, "Incidence of Posttransfusion Hepatitis in Previously Frozen Blood." The last line in the synopsis-abstract on page 719 is an erroneous duplication of the first line. Beginning on line 10, the last...
A unique, legally enforced, mass-culture program for detection and treatment of streptococcal pharyngitis has been in effect in Natrona County, Wyoming, since 1954. To evaluate the impact of such a program on the streptococcal milieu, the Streptococcal Disease Section, Ecological...
Most studies on thermal burns are concerned with high-temperature injuries. This study involves accident victims who sustain cutaneous thermal burns upon contact with highway pavement at relatively low temperatures in summer climates. Medical and paramedical personnel have apparently not...
Pacemakers have special value in the primary treatment of major arrhythmias. With the availability of cardiac pacemakers and cardioversion with direct-current countershock, indications for medical therapy of both bradycardias and tachycardias have been revised.
Two previous contributions in the CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE series, misnumbered 7 and 8, should have been numbered 9 and 10, respectively: "Upper-Gastrointestinal Tract Hemorrhage" by Robert M. Zollinger, MD, and William V. Nick, MD, in the June 29 issue (212:2251-2254,1970) is number 9 in...
Combined or multiple drug therapy has become an accepted fact in medical practice. A study of hospitalized patients at the Johns Hopkins Hospital revealed that these patients received an average of 13 different drugs during their hospital stay.1 The Division of Clinical Pharmacology at...
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