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The safety and efficacy of transcutaneous temporary pacing were assessed in 21 patients undergoing elective surgical procedures under general anesthesia. Complete capture was achieved in all patients. The pacing threshold was 50 mamp in two patients, 100 mamp in nine, and 200 mamp in ten. The...
In the COVER STORY published in the Feb 8, 1985, issue of The Journal, the medium in the description at the bottom of page 736 should have been "crayon with color washes [not oil on canvas]."
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An accurate clinical diagnosis of cardiac disease requires a proper understanding of heart sounds and murmurs. Dr Ara G. Tilkian and Ms Mary Boudreau Conover, an RN and a medical educator, published in 1979 a small book to provide help and guidance in eliciting heart sounds and murmurs and in...
Original research studies and case reports, personal essays, and discussions of specialized fields: the articles in The Journal have traveled widely by the time they are published. All submissions are read by the editors; most are sent to reviewers in the relevant fields for consultation; and...
Since the publication of our article, "Inadvertent Transbronchial Insertion of Narrow-Bore Feeding Tube Into the Pleural Space," two more articles1,2 that I have reviewed have appeared on the same complication. Dr Bohnker and Dr Alessi and colleagues have pointed out two further...
To the Editor.—
In his recent letter to the editor, Dr Hubbard failed to cite important actions by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (PMA) to bring about change in use of the median lethal dose (LD50) test. Our position paper,1 approved by the PMA Board of Directors in 1982, helped...
To assess the lasting value of clinical skills learned by residents in a subspecialty-oriented training program in internal medicine, we surveyed recent graduates. Graduates received a questionnaire contrasting separate ratings of the amount of training (preparation) they received during...
We appreciate the comments of Dr Phibbs, which support the views we expressed in the editorial. Suspicion of high-grade AV block varies from patient to patient. We agree with Dr Phibbs that in an overwhelming majority of patients, the suspicion that high-grade AV block may be the...
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