Dr D. P. Jones

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The monitoring of arterial blood oxygen saturation in patients with compromised peripheral perfusion is often difficult, because conventional noninvasive techniques such as pulse oximetry (SpO2) can fail. Poor peripheral circulation commonly occurs after major surgery including cardiopulmonary bypass. The difficulties in these clinical situations might be(More)
ORTHODONTIC' THERAPY can be a time-consuming, costly and sometimes stressful procedure for both the orthodontist and the patient (SERGE et at., 1992). Few healthcare disciplines demand as much patient co-operation as successful orthodontics (RUBIN, 1995). Lack of patient co-operation can destroy the best treatment planning and the most promising treatment(More)
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