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UNLABELLED This paper evaluates the communication of information to physicians who provide off-hours coverage to inpatients in two Family Practice residency programs. METHOD To describe the importance and accessibility of clinical information used by on-call residents in covering hospital patients, we administered a questionnaire. Then following the use… (More)
The portability of palmtop computers makes them an ideal platform to maintain communication between busy physicians and medical information systems. In our academic FHC (Family Health Center) we have developed software that runs on a palmtop computer allowing access to information in the HIS (Hospital Information System) and our FHC's AAMRS (Automated… (More)
The Avlox system, a recently introduced atraumatic method of closing skin, can be used on any surface in which skin edges can be approximated without undue pressure. Although the method has many advantages over conventional suture methods, the authors do not recommend use of the clips on weight-bearing surfaces or above bony prominences.
This paper gives a new proposed cryptosystem (REBC3) that is designed to take advantages of the new generation of 64bits microprocessors which commercially known as x64 systems. The old version REBC2, which was published in Africon 2007. REBC2 was basically developed for the 32bits microprocessors which is commercially known as x86 systems. REBC3 like REBC2… (More)
The medical community invests great confidence in published articles and research. It is incumbent on authors to be aware of the ethical responsibilities inherent in medical writing.