Denise M. Dawkins

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We report the case of a 41-year-old man who presented to the ER following a fall in his back garden during which he sustained a left orbital injury. Computed tomography (CT) demonstrated an intraorbital linear lucency surrounded by haziness in the intraconal fat. An intraocular wooden twig was confirmed during subsequent surgery. The possibility of a wooden(More)
Complex healthcare, less resources, high-level medical equipment, and fewer available clinical settings have led many health professionals to use simulation as a method to further augment educational experiences for nursing students. While debriefing is recommended in the literature as a key component of simulation, the optimal format in which to conduct(More)
A recent Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) publication is entitled Advice on The Management of Reactions to Intravenous Contrast Media. This study aims to determine whether radiology departments are adhering to the essential points, covered in the guidelines, regarding prevention, early recognition and prompt treatment of adverse reactions, and whether(More)
A retrospective study was mounted into the frequency of breast cancer in blacks, whites and Asians attending Dudley Road Hospital in the years 1970-1981 inclusive. This figure was compared with the ethnic distribution of the surrounding population and of admissions for all causes. Breast cancer was uncommon in both ethnic minorities compared with whites,(More)
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