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Studies show nickel could play major metabolic role
Serum nickel elevation in patients after myocardial infarction—as well as the discovery of a nickel-containing protein in rabbit serum—suggest a metabolic role for nickel, but the mechanism remains unclear...
Bupivacaine (LAC 43, Marcaine [Sweden]) hydrochloride, a long-acting local anesthetic agent in concentrations of 0.1%, 0.25%, 0.5%, and 0.75% with and without a vasoconstrictor drug, was used in caudal, epidural, and peripheral nerve block. Onset occurred in 4 to 10 minutes and maximum...
Two errors occurred in the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION, "Management of 'Bad Trips' in an Evolving Drug Scene," published in the July 20 issue (213:422-425, 1970). In column 3, line 11, on page 422, THC is erroneously identified as thiocarbanidin. THC is tetrahydrocannabinol. Two lines later...
The incidence of posttransfusion hepatitis was significantly reduced by a transmembrane washing procedure on thawed, deglycerolized, previously frozen red blood cells (RBC). The method constitutes mechanical centrifugation, high glycerol concentration, slow freeze and thaw, and a 4-liter...
Missed synchronous abscesses were found to contribute greatly to therapeutic failure in the management of subphrenic abscesses. In a study of 43 patients, such failures were almost entirely limited to those patients whose abscesses were drained by various extraperitoneal approaches....
The combination of arteriovenous fistula, endocarditis, and endarteritis is rare. This communication adds another case of this association with the fistula and the endarteritis involving the splenic artery and vein, a previously unreported cause for a splenic arteriovenous fistula....
Health care priority for sickle cell anemia (SCA) should be based on its prevalence, severity, and on a standard of support set for similar conditions. Sickle cell anemia occurs in about one in 500 Negro births and median survival is still only 20 years of age. In 1967 there were an...
Dr. Butler: The case for today is an impacted fracture of the femoral neck. It will be presented in several parts with discussion after each.
A 43-year-old woman slipped and fell on the ice on Jan 1, 1969, landing on her left hip. She was helped to their car by her brother, and...
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