Charles Marson

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AIMS Several clinical studies have proposed using d-dimer as an initial screening test to exclude thrombosis in cases of suspected (DVT). In published series, these assays have variable sensitivity, raising concerns that they may not be sufficiently robust for clinical practice. The aim of the study was to examine the sensitivity of two commercially(More)
The present paper describes investigations following the analysis of a urine specimen containing important amounts of an unknown substance detected by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analysis. FPIA analysis was positive (cutoff 0.3 mg/L) and Triage 8 rapid test was negative (cutoff 1 mg/L) for amphetamines. Considering the GC-MS spectrum, two(More)
OBJECTIVE To test the psychometric properties of the Italian version of the WHOQOL-BRIEF (e.g., construct and internal validity, concurrent validity with the MOS SF-36 and test-retest reliability). The WHOQOL-BRIEF is a 26-items self-report instrument which assesses four domains assumed to represent the Quality Of Life (QOL) construct: physical domain,(More)
  • É. Dufay, S. Doerper, +8 authors May L. Michelangeli
  • 2017
The International High 5s Project was developed by the World Health Organisation to address major concerns about patient safety. The Standard Operating Protocol (SOP) for ensuring medication accuracy during transitional care is a part of the High 5s Project. The impetus behind medication reconciliation is to prevent adverse drug events by decreasing the(More)
Sayed Assem gained his MB BCh degree from Ain Shams University in Cairo in 1955 and wrote his MD thesis in 1961. He then moved to the United Kingdom for his further studies and remained in the UK for much of the rest of his life. He gained a PhD in medicine from UCL in 1964 and in subsequent years gained triple FRCP (Fellow of the Royal College of(More)
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