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Practice Guidelines and Reminders to Reduce Duration of Hospital Stay for Patients with Chest Pain: An Interventional Trial
Thirty years ago coronary care units (CCUs) were developed to care for patients admitted to the hospital with acute myocardial infarction [1-3]. The number of patients admitted to CCUs has increasedExpand
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Evaluation of a pneumonia practice guideline in an interventional trial.
There are few available data to define the medically necessary duration of stay for patients hospitalized with pneumonia. Therefore, we investigated the safety and effectiveness of a practiceExpand
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Picture‐Based Memory Impairment Screen for Dementia
To develop and validate a picture‐based memory impairment screen (PMIS) for the detection of dementia.
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Effects of a low saturated fat, low cholesterol fish oil supplement in hypertriglyceridemic patients. A placebo-controlled trial.
STUDY OBJECTIVE To determine the effects of fish oil supplements low in saturated fat and cholesterol on plasma lipid and lipoprotein levels in hypertriglyceridemic patients. DESIGN Single-blind,Expand
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In July, 1978, the Canadian Coast Guard accepted delivery of the first of the new "R-Class" icebreakers, the CCGS Pierre Radisson. The ship was extensively instrumented prior to her maiden voyageExpand
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Reducing Lengths of Stay in the Coronary Care Unit With a Practice Guideline for Patients With Congestive Heart Failure Insights From a Controlled Clinical Trial
Although more than 1,000 medical practice guidelines have been developed, there have been few evaluations of their use in clinical practice or information to judge whether practice guidelines can beExpand
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Chlamydia trachomatis infections — The Royal Women's Hospital experience
During the 18‐month period from December 1, 1985 to May 31, 1987 Chlamydia trachomatis was the most‐common sexually‐transmitted agent to be identified at The Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne. It wasExpand
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Depressive Symptoms and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Results from the Kerala‐Einstein Study
18 (16.6%) elderly adults and in five of 12 (41.6%) younger than 65. This study found one of the highest MG incidences reported to date and shows that MG is increasingly frequent with age, with aExpand
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Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Results from the Kerala Einstein Study
1. Beauchet O, Milea D, Graffe A, et al. Association between serum 25hydroxyvitamin D concentrations and vision: A cross-sectional populationbased study of older adults. J Am Geriatr SocExpand
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Dementia Screening in Low Education Populations: Results from the Kerala-Einstein Study
memory were mildly impaired. Naming, comprehension, praxis, verbal memory and activities of daily living were preserved. Brain MRI showed isolated focal atrophy in the left parietal lobe. PET scanExpand
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