C E Klingelberger

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A 24-year-old, nonobese, gestational diabetic woman developed diabetic ketoacidosis while receiving intravenous ritodrine therapy to suppress premature labor. This case emphasizes the necessity for close observation of any gestational diabetic during intravenous ritodrine tocolysis and suggests the possibility of predicting diabetes in pregnant patients(More)
Angioedema, also known as angioneurotic edema or Quincke's disease, is a well-demarcated, localized edema involving the subcutaneous tissues that may cause upper-airway obstruction. We report the case of a previously healthy 19-year-old man with no known drug allergies in whom angioedema with significant tongue swelling and protrusion developed within 10(More)
We prospectively studied the efficacy and safety of self-administered nitrous oxide combined with a hematoma block in 100 children who had a closed reduction of a fracture in the emergency department. No child was excluded from the study because of the type of fracture. The average Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario pain score (CHEOPS), as determined by(More)
We prospectively studied the efficacy and safety of self-administered nitrous oxide analgesia for 54 children undergoing closed reductions of fractures in the emergency department. No child was excluded from entry into the study because of fracture type. Nitrous oxide was the sole source of analgesia. The average Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario pain(More)
A 27-year-old man was admitted to the hospital with a seven-day history of fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and pruritic rash. He was not diagnosed as having malaria until a history was obtained of Plasmodium falciparum malaria two years previous to this admission, and a review of the peripheral blood smear confirmed the diagnosis. The patient was(More)
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