Duncan Macrae

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We obtained audiograms and auditory brainstem responses from 44 patients with Duane's retraction syndrome to assess the incidence and nature of hearing deficit. Of 44 patients, seven (15.9%) had evidence of hearing impairment. Three (6.8%) subjects had a temporary conductive hearing loss because of middle ear fluid, and another patient had hearing loss from(More)
  • James R Barth, Joseph J Cordes, Anthony M J Yezer, Steve Bender, Joan Duncan, Karen Hamrick +5 others
  • 1979
Government regulations of market transactions have increased in recent years. The objectives of these new regulations are at least as noteworthy as their proliferation. Traditional forms of government regulation, such as antitrust and utility regulation, have sought either to reduce market power or to prevent its abuse. By comparison, many recently enacted(More)
Intracranial pressure and brain compliance in traumatic brain injury Elevated intracranial pressure (ICP) has been associated with increased mortality in patients with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). More than 20 years ago, Marmarou [1], while analysing the data from the traumatic coma data bank (TCDB), recognized that the proportion of hourly ICP(More)
Cardiovascular Cardiac failure: epidemiology and treatment Mebazaa and colleagues in two interesting papers [1, 2] described the clinical presentation, management, and outcomes of acute heart failure (AHF) through the Acute Heart Failure Global Survey of Standard Treatment (ALARM-HF) on AHF conducted in nine countries in four continents. In the first paper(More)
BACKGROUND There is increasing evidence that tight blood glucose (BG) control improves outcomes in critically ill adults. Children show similar hyperglycaemic responses to surgery or critical illness. However it is not known whether tight control will benefit children given maturational differences and different disease spectrum. METHODS/DESIGN The study(More)