David Jonhston

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Ten patients severely disabled by post-gastrectomy syndromes were allocated to two treatment groups. Those with predominant dumping received a 10-cm antiperistaltic jejunal interposition; those with predominant bile vomiting received a 20-cm isoperistaltic interposition. After follow-up for a minimum of 3 years, 6 patients remained virtually asymptomatic(More)
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate how a discrete choice experiment (DCE) can be used to elicit individuals' preferences for health care and how these preferences can be incorporated into a cost-benefit analysis. METHODS A DCE which elicited preferences for three perinatal services: specialist nurse appointments; home visits from a trained lay visitor; and(More)
Attempts were made to establish self-control of interbeat interval (IBI) and pulse transit time (PTT) by providing appropriate biofeedback information to volunteers at rest and during dynamic and isometric exercise. Product feedback (IBI X PTT) was found more reliable than simple heart rate (HR) and systolic blood pressure (SBP) during dynamic exercise. It(More)
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