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Early Complications After Dual Chamber Versus Single Chamber Pacemaker Implantation
- A. Chauhan, A. Grace, +4 authors M. Petch
- Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE
- 1 November 1994
This study was performed to compare the frequency of early complications after single chamber versus dual chamber permanent pacemaker implantation. Early complication was defined as one occurring in… Expand
Late complications following permanent pacemaker implantation or elective unit replacement
Objective To determine the rate of late complications following first implantation or elective unit replacement of a permanent pacemaker system. Design Analysis of pacemaker data and complications… Expand
Arrhythmias after coronary bypass surgery.
Ninety patients undergoing coronary bypass surgery were studied prospectively by bedside and subsequent ambulatory electrocardiographic monitoring to investigate the incidence, possible causes, and… Expand
Ultrastructure of keratoconus with healed hydrops.
The corneas of three patients with keratoconus were examined by light and electron microscopy within approximately four months after onset of severe hydrops. The rupture and detachment of Descemet's… Expand
Coronary angiography from the radial artery--experience, complications and limitations.
- D. Hildick-Smith, M. Lowe, +6 authors M. Petch
- International journal of cardiology
- 15 May 1998
AIMS to assess the outcomes, complications and limitations of coronary angiography performed via percutaneous radial artery puncture. METHODS AND RESULTS two hundred and fifty patients underwent… Expand
Silver in Photoprocessing Effluents
The 1962 U. S. Public Health Service Drinking Water Standards limited the concentration of silver to 0.05 mg/1. This limitation was imposed not because of excess concentrations of silver in water… Expand
Computed tomography in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Computed tomography was undertaken in nine patients (age range 33-69 (mean 48.7) years) with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. The ventricular septum was demonstrated in each patient and shown to be… Expand
A comparison of radionuclide methods of evaluating aortic regurgitation with observations on the effect of exercise and symptoms
- O. Ormerod, R. Barber, D. Stone, E. P. Wraight, M. Petch
- European Journal of Nuclear Medicine
The severity of aortic regurgitation, as assessed by the radionuclide regurgitant index and Fourier amplitude ratio, was compared in 29 patients. Both methods were highly reproducible and agreed in… Expand
Funding the Future: States' Approaches to Pre-K Finance. Pre-K Now Research Series.
- D. Stone
- Political Science
- 1 February 2006
Funding the Future: States' Approaches to Pre-K Finance n light of research findings that overwhelmingly support the benefits of pre-kindergarten, policymakers nationwide have stopped asking, " why… Expand
X-linked ocular albinism. An oculocutaneous macromelanosomal disorder.
- F. O'Donnell, G. Hambrick, W. Green, W. Iliff, D. Stone
- Archives of ophthalmology
- 1 November 1976
Three unrelated kindreds with the Nettleship-Falls type of X-linked ocular albinism were studied. Postmortem examination of the eyes of an affected man revealed the presence of macromelanosomes in… Expand