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—We are indebted to Dr Barquet and colleagues for the recent report of their vast experience of meningococcal infections and for their efforts to create a validated bedside scoring system.1 However, without further clarification it would be treacherous...
THE SECOND class of the Public Health Prevention Service (PHPS), a new national training program for master's-level health professionals, will begin September 1998. PHPS offers 3 years of hands-on experience, training, and supervision in applying public health science and theory to...
Disease management is an approach to patient care that emphasizes coordinated, comprehensive care along the continuum of disease and across health care delivery systems. Evidence-based medicine is an approach to practice and teaching that integrates pathophysiological rationale,...
The studies by Dr Russell and colleagues have added to our appreciation that achlorhydria, resulting from either omeprazole administration or atrophic gastritis, can cause malabsorption of protein-bound vitamin B12.1 Though we did not determine absorption or levels of vitamin B12, we do...
Ever since the publication of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial,1 health care professionals, people with diabetes, administrators, and governmental agencies have been concerned about translation of the findings into clinical practice. The study showed that an intensive...
Diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy is an essential and growing part of gastroenterology, and it is appropriate that many leaders in endoscopy are included as authors of an entire text emphasizing it. Gastrointestinal Disease: An Endoscopic Approach consists of seven major parts of from...
Floyd Skloot, poet and public policy analyst, fell ill on December 7, 1988. The Night Side describes his illness experience.
Let's sketch out his story, as he describes it. Aged 41 years, a lean, fit, and busy man, Skloot wakes up in a Washington, DC, hotel feeling ill, "too...
Overall, the third edition of Critical Care, edited by Civetta, is a helpful text for the critical care practitioner. Section 1 is particularly refreshing because it covers issues in medical decision making. The first chapter discusses briefly how to read and understand medical articles...
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