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I appreciate Dr Spodick's interesting comments. The areas of disagreement may be rather small, especially regarding the issues of low voltage and myocardial ischemia. These mechanisms continue to be debated in the absence of methods for definitive proof.
I hold out on the issue...
Drs Singer and Hollander raise several important issues about the proper use of tissue adhesives. More than 40 different types of sutures are used to close wounds and incisions.1 It would be naive to think that a single adhesive could replace all sutures. Current tissue adhesives can...
Despite a multitude of efforts in recent years to reform medical education, and despite the significant gains that have been achieved, some refractory problems remain. Two articles in this issue of The Journal describe persistent shortcomings in the present medical education system....
—Vaccines are underused in the United States, resulting in needless morbidity. Many experts have concluded that clinician education is critical to increasing the nation's vaccination rates.
—To develop and...
We use data from the 1996-1997 Liaison Committee on Medical Education Annual Medical School Questionnaire, which had a 100% response rate, to describe medical education programs in the United States. In the 1996-1997 academic year, there were 95 568 full-time medical school faculty...
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