David Cayer

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  • David Cayer
  • The American Journal of Digestive Diseases
  • 1956
The treatment of acute or uncomplicated ulcer with anticholinergic drugs is effective and gratifying. Anticholinergic drugs, chiefly through their effect on gastrointestinal motility, are helpful in relieving ulcer pain and possibly in facilitating healing. In the present study of 116 patients, those receiving potent anticholinergic drugs in the dosage(More)
Published literature on fractures of the femoral shaft has reported results of treatment stratified by fracture type or treatment type. The current study analyzes the outcome of fractures of the femoral shaft in elderly patients. One hundred thirty-eight patients older than the age of 65 years sustained femoral shaft fractures. Ten percent of the patients(More)