Catherine Jadot

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The therapeutic effects of haemodialysis were evaluated in schizophrenic patients using a double blind procedure. Twelve patients were diagnosed as acute schizophrenics according to Feighner's criteria for psychopathology. After obtaining informed consent, the patients were randomly assigned to active haemodialysis (AD) or sham dialysis (SD). An 8 days(More)
Various epidemiological studies show that sleep disturbances are very frequent. The clinician often treats these disturbances in a non specific way with hypnotic medication. He by-passes the diagnostic steps by doing this. Recently our knowledge on normal and pathological sleep has much increased. The aim of this article is to show that it is now possible(More)
The authors briefly remind us of physiological characteristics of normal sleep and its modifications in psychiatric disorders. They draw attention to the numerous possibilities in the clinic of using electrophysiological sleep research. This is of importance in an area where few biological markers are available for the diagnosis and the treatment.(More)
Concentrations of 13 heavy metals (Al, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cr, Co, Ni, V, As, Cd, Hg, Pb) in 360 reef surface sediments (0-5 cm) and coastal seawater samples from ten coral Islands in the Persian Gulf were analyzed to determine their spatial distribution and potential ecological risks. Different sediment quality indices were applied to assess the surface(More)
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