David P. Green

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PURPOSE To describe an outbreak of Escherichia coli O175:H7 infection resulting in a high rate of progression to hemolytic-uremic syndrome, and to attempt to identify predictors of and risk factors for progression. DESIGN Case-control study among employees and comparison of daily clinical features in two groups: infected residents with subsequent(More)
  • D P Green
  • 1975
The technique used in the treatment of seventy-five patients with severely comminuted, often intra-articular fractures near the wrist was as follows- Pins were inserted through the metacarpals and proximal part of the ulna, reduction was done, and the pins were incorporated in a cast from elbow to knuckles. This allowed movement of the fingers and the(More)
A number of Bartonella isolates were obtained from seven species of rodents sampled from 12 geographic sites representing the major biotic communities of the southeastern United States. Bartonella were isolated from the blood of 42.2% of 279 tested rodents. The highest prevalence of infection typically occurred among the most commonly captured species in(More)
A classification and plan of management for carpal dislocations are presented, based upon the following basic premises: perilunate and lunate dislocations are different stages of the same injury and are therefore managed identically; displacement may be either dorsal or volar; anatomic restoration of the 3 key elements (scaphoid, lunate, and capitate) is(More)
The results of dynamic forearm rotational splinting for the treatment of forearm rotational contractures in patients with acceptably aligned, healed distal radius fractures are documented. Fifteen patients with distal radius fractures that healed with < or =+5 mm ulnar variance and < or =20 degrees dorsal tilt had dynamic forearm rotational splinting for(More)
We have treated four patients with rupture of one or more digital extensor tendons following a distal ulnar resection for a traumatic problem. The rupture was caused by the abrasive effect of the distal part of the ulna at the site of resection during pronation and supination. Two patients were treated with a silicone-rubber prosthesis ad tendon grafts and(More)
Most of the complications described in this paper can be prevented by strict adherence to well established principles of fracture care in the hand and careful attention to detail in the application of those principles. Some complications are unavoidable, however, and an attempt has been made here to offer some suggestions regarding the management of(More)
A large number of Bartonella species and genetic variants were compared for their ability to cause bacteremia in different rodent species: the cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus), white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus), BALB/c mouse and Wistar rat. Experimental data supported field observations that host specificity can occur among certain Bartonella species(More)
OBJECTIVES This study assessed the rabies exposure and treatment that at least 665 persons in Concord, NH, received as a result of one proven rabid pet-store kitten in October 1994. METHODS All treatment recipients were interviewed by person or phone. RESULTS The median age of the treatment recipients was 14 years; 58% were female. The most common(More)