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RESPIRATORY failure from parenchymal lung disease was the admitting diagnosis for 139 of more than 2,200 admissions to the Multidisciplinary Intensive Care Unit at The Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston during 1982. Despite maximal medical support, 32 of these children died, an...
We agree with Dr Walsh et al that the relationship between sleep-related oxygen desaturation and sickle cell disease warrants further study. Our findings do not presume that the nocturnal desaturation is necessarily a primary abnormality of sickle cell disease but rather that it is...
Mean serum creatine kinase MB isoenzyme (CK-MB) activity in 108 trained marathon runners after competition was 98 ±66 (SD) units/L measured by a quantitative electrophoretic technique (normal, <5 units/L), or 7.9% of total CK activity. These levels in asymptomatic runners were comparable with...
The prolific introduction of new drugs and therapies makes the task of writing a book that is current on the management of heart disease and cardiovascular drugs a most challenging undertaking. The medicine, cardiology, and pharmacology sections of the University of Arizona, Tucson, have...
This superb angiography text and atlas is undoubtedly the finest work of its kind contained in one volume. The contents are divided into three sections. The first section contains a short history of cerebral angiography and a brief review of cerebral angiographic technique. The second section...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract In Reply.— Dr Rosner correctly points out that there are complex ethical issues involving the use of a living will. The two case examples in the article...
Donald Fredrickson begins his overview of the government's role to date in AIDS research by stating: "One by one the experts have come to tell us what they know about this calamity, and by aligning the fragments differently we can catch various views of its dimensions. They are frightening"...
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