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NO TRANSFUSED BLOOD is as safe for a surgery patient as his or her own.
And given that it's sometimes impossible to operate with no transfused blood, an increasing number of surgeons are choosing to go the autologous route. A report at the annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga, of the American College...
A 10-YEAR study by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC, shows that, for some pollutants, the air outside may be safer to breathe than air in the home.
Speaking at the American Lung Association's second annual Science Writers' Forum in Annapolis, Md, Lance A. Wallace,...
PHYSICIANS in the United States who have so much in common with their British colleagues might be amazed to realize that an apparent majority of them, and virtually all of organized medicine in the United Kingdom, is united in seeking to preserve socialized medicine—the National Health Service...
'Safe in Our Hands'
American physicians may not realize that most British specialists and general practitioners (GPs), and their patients, are very fond of the National Health Service (NHS) and regard it as a public property, separate from party politics. They feel this even though the NHS has...
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We are pleased to respond to the questions about Questran raised by Dr Goldstein by assuring him that (1) the cholestyramine resin used in the Lipid Research Clinics Coronary Primary Prevention Trial (LRC-CPPT) was not contaminated, (2) currently marketed Questran is free of...
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