Benjamin Psencik

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Oxyurid parasites are common contaminants of laboratory rodents, and despite many described treatments, no method has assumed preeminence. Limitations in drug efficacy and the general inability to control for exposure to infective eggs are the primary contributors to treatment failure. In addition, some effective drugs must be eliminated from consideration(More)
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the newly developed fast track (FT) area in a University-affiliated emergency department. The goals of the FT unit included reducing patients' length of stay, improving patients' satisfaction, and decreasing ED overcrowding. METHODS An exploratory descriptive design used to investigate(More)
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