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Our first moments with a patient are packed with visual, auditory, and tactile information that determines both the effectiveness and the costs of our subsequent care. Of all the diagnoses that ever will be made, most are made during the history, and most of the rest during the physical...
—To evaluate children who take theophylline for the presence of behavioral side effects and to determine whether the beliefs about these side effects held by their parents are supported by their own observations.
While the United States and Britain have many features in common, their approaches to the organization of medical services have been historically distinct. Major differences have also existed in public health education and practice, and these differences are carefully documented in A...
—We thank the correspondents for their interest in our work, which demonstrated improved survival with the addition of IAC to otherwise standard CPR.1 Drs Gregory and Tucker raise concern regarding our resuscitation and discharge rate for the standard CPR...
—Plaintiffs whose attorneys retain Dr Coyle to review an alleged medical liability case are indeed fortunate, as Dr Coyle's approach takes into account the costs that must be borne by those plaintiffs to retain an expert witness to review a claim, even...
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