Andrew Findlay

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The objective of this study was to determine whether there is a greater incidence of psychotropic drugs in the blood of those 'responsible' for an accident compared with those not 'responsible' for an accident. Blood samples were taken from people involved in accidents presenting at the accident and emergency departments of two teaching hospitals over a(More)
Mycobacterial infection in an organ transplant recipient is a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. Diagnosis is often delayed, resulting in significant morbidity. Anti-microbial chemotherapy needs careful selection to prevent potentially significant complications, such as organ rejection and dose-related toxicities. We present the case of a 61-year-old(More)
Prophylactic mupirocin for peritoneal catheter exit sites reduces exit site infection (ESI) risk but engenders antibiotic resistance. We present early interim safety analysis of an open-label randomized study comparing polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB) and mupirocin. A total of 106 patients randomized to 53 in each group were followed up for a mean of(More)
Facial eczema disease (FE) is a hepato-mycotoxicosis caused by sporidesmin, leading to secondary photosensitisation in severely affected sheep and cattle. Two genetic lines of Romney are maintained by selection for resistance and susceptibility to FE. Five groups of 8 animals, each group composed of 4 animals from each line, were artificially challenged(More)
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