Elizabeth Leong

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INTRODUCTION Splenic abscess is an uncommon clinical problem. Traditionally, the "gold standard" treatment has been splenectomy. However, there is increasing use of non-operative treatments worldwide. MATERIALS AND METHODS A 10-year (1996-2005) retrospective review of case records from a single centre (an 800-bed general hospital) was performed.(More)
The likelihood of successful defibrillation and resuscitation decreases as the duration of cardiac arrest increases. Prolonged cardiac arrest is also associated with the development of acidosis. These experiments were designed to determine whether administration of sodium bicarbonate and/or adrenaline in combination with a brief period of cardiopulmonary(More)
Gait analysis is a systematic collection of quantitative information on bodily movements during locomotion. Gait analysis has been employed clinically in stroke patients for their rehabilitation planning. In animal studies, gait analysis has been employed for the assessment of their locomotive disturbances in ischemic stroke, spinal cord injury and(More)
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