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In this issue of THE JOURNAL, Hotchkiss and Karl1 review the somewhat paradoxical literature regarding changes in cellular metabolism that occur in sepsis. Their study begins with an apt quotation stating that, the more you look into a complicated problem, the more complicated the...
Galen is the first of my home computers to realize my vision of a physician workstation. This 33-Mhz, 386 PC-clone is equipped with 4 megabytes of RAM, a 200-megabyte hard disk, and SVGA graphics. Running Windows 3.0 under DOS 5.0, it fulfills my needs for database...
—I appreciate the thoughtful responses to my article and the opportunity to respond.
Part of Dr Couper's difficulty with intraoperative DNR orders relates to his broad use of the term resuscitation. He applies the term not only to intraoperative...
FEDERAL INSPECTION and regulation of physicians' office laboratories are moving nearer.
Regulations for implementing the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments have just been published in the Federal Register. The amendments, often referred to by their acronym (CLIA), were...
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