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BACKGROUND A high flow of air applied by large bore nasal cannulae has been suggested to improve symptoms of chronic respiratory insufficiency. In pediatric patients, nasal high-flow (nHF) ventilation was similarly effective compared to noninvasive ventilation with a face mask. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to describe changes in respiratory… (More)
BACKGROUND The impact of non-accrued clinical research (NACR) represents an important economic burden that is under consideration as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services looks into reforming the regulations governing IRB review. NACR refers to clinical research projects that fail to enroll subjects. A delineation of the issues surrounding NACR… (More)
A review of the eye injuries recorded by a major statutory insurance corporation showed that eye injuries are the third most common type of injury, following surgical and neurosurgical cases. It was found that eye injuries have the lowest tendency to improve as expressed in terms of a modification of compensatory annuities.