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MILITARY THREATS may be subsiding in Haiti, but disease threats are not.
Among the challenges for US military physicians and commanders of US troops who still are in Haiti are diarrheal and other intestinal problems, malaria and other insect-borne disorders, parasites lurking in water and soil,...
—To compare the effects of dopamine and norepinephrine on systemic and splanchnic oxygen utilization in patients with hyperdynamic sepsis.
—A randomized short-term, interventional study.
—An intensive care unit of a university hospital.
Dr Elise Olsen has done an immense service in placing between two covers extensive information, perhaps all that is currently known, about hair growth, along with the clinical conditions and environmental factors that impact on it.
In a well-printed, pleasantly highlighted, generously...
—To characterize the clinical features of acute epiglottitis in adults and to identify factors associated with airway intervention.
—Northern California health maintenance organization.
—A total of 129 patients aged 18 years or older...
"Information processing and communications tasks pervade essentially all activities of the health care practitioner."1 Multimedia educational programs are becoming increasingly available to assist in bridging the gap between clinicians' allotted time for patient education and patients' need for...
—To determine the source of and describe a large outbreak of Escherichia coli O157:H7 infections in Washington State.
—Case-control study; environmental investigation; provider-based surveillance for E coli O157:H7 infections.
—Chain of fast-food restaurants,...
A 55-year-old man had his serum cholesterol level measured at a shopping mall 2 months ago. His cholesterol level was elevated and he comes to you, his primary care physician, for advice. He does not smoke, is not obese, and does not have hypertension, diabetes mellitus, or...
THE US GOVERNMENT is being urged to fund research into the beginnings of human life. A panel convened by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Md, has recommended that carefully guided investigations into the fertilized human embryo can be justified and are worth federal support....
—Dr Mazziotti points out some of the challenges in designing and executing a study to determine the effectiveness of different methods of CPR. When comparing two treatment groups, it is essential that both methods of CPR are performed correctly, in similar patient populations, and...
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