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To the Editor.—
I am pleased to note the initiation by Bernard D. Hirsh, JD (1982;248:473), of a LAW AND MEDICINE feature and to comment on the first article of the series entitled "Duty to Warn Third Parties" by Almeta E. Cooper, JD (1982;248:431), which helped to translate the intricacies of...
To the Editor.—
The article entitled "Duty to Warn Third Parties" was provocative. I would like to comment on one aspect of the article, namely, the citation of the New Jersey case of McIntosh v Milano, 403 A2d, 300 (Law -Div 1979).
I was the defense counsel for the defendant, Dr Milano, in...
The comments from attorney Brennan and Dr Biegler are appreciated. They illustrate the concern in both the medical and legal communities about the duty of physicians to warn third parties of the potentially violent behavior of their patients. Mr Brennan's comments about McIntosh v...
I stand by my statement "there remains doubt that entericcoated aspirin absorbs with enough predictability to make it worthwhile to use." In Dr Baum's study comparing plain aspirin and Ecotrin, five of 21 patients had anti-inflammatory concentrations of salicylate in the serum...
To the Editor.—
We have read the article entitled "Functional Disabilities in the Hospitalized Elderly" (1982;248:847) and the editorial comment (1982;248:874) in JAMA. We share the concern that hospitalization may have a negative impact on functional recovery.
St Luke's Hospital, Phoenix, is a...
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