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Individual case reports have documented nephrotoxicity of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) preparations, but the true incidence of renal dysfunction is unknown and many data sheets do not include renal impairment as a side‐effect of these preparations. We determined the incidence of renal...
Intravenous aminophylline is widely used for the treatment of acute asthma and anecdotes about its apparent effectiveness abound. Early studies demonstrated that aminophylline is an inefficient bronchodilator compared with adrenergic agonists given by injection or inhalation. This paper presents...
Deliberate self‐harm is a major problem in the developing world, responsible for around 600 000 deaths in 1990. The toxicity of available poisons and paucity of medical services ensure that mortality from self‐poisoning is far greater in the tropics than in the industrialized world. Few data...
We examined the association between depression and anxiety and recurrent coronary heart disease events during the first 12 months subsequent to myocardial infarction. The Beck Depression Inventory and the State‐Trait Anxiety Inventory were completed during hospitalization by 288 myocardial...
To test the hypothesis that higher levels of fibrinogen in winter are related to infections via the acute phase response, we assessed seasonal variation in fibrinogen and C‐reactive protein, together with three other responses to infection: white cell count, human herpesvirus‐6 IgG antibody...
We assessed the efficacy of rifampicin in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis (oriental sore) using a double‐blind placebo‐controlled study. We studied 46 patients with cutaneous leishmaniasis, of whom 23 received rifampicin (group A) and another 23 received placebo (group B) for a...
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