Erica Schulte

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AIMS To determine the impact of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD) on the quality of life, to assess changes in the quality of life during treatment with esomeprazole and to define factors that can predict these changes. METHODS Patients with GERD (n=6215) were included in a prospective cohort study (ProGERD). All patients underwent endoscopy and(More)
Ten aphasic and five control subjects were administered an auditory comprehension task similar to Levels I-IV of the Revised Token Test under conditions of 0, 5, 10, and 20 sec of imposed response delay. Responses were evaluated in terms of performance accuracy and response time. Aphasic subjects' response accuracy was significantly effected by an(More)
To characterize the epidemiology of Alaska Native children hospitalized for respiratory syncytial virus infections, we reviewed records of hospitalizations during the winter seasons of 1991 to 1992 and 1992 to 1993 at a hospital in Anchorage and a rural hospital in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta (YKD) region of southwestern Alaska. The median age of(More)
A population of 293 consecutive healthy term newborns were enrolled in this study to determine the time of their umbilical cord separation while using our current nursery protocol with isopropyl alcohol as a method of cord care. Cord separation occurred from days 3 to 42, with a mean of 10.9 days. This was considerably shorter than previously reported(More)
The example of a 70 year old female patient with endogenous depression and benzodiazepine dependency at the same time shows the problems created by the attempt to attribute the clinical picture to only one singular cause. As in the beginning we were not aware of her benzodiazepine dependency, she underwent withdrawal, so that the clinical picture became(More)
This study aimed to determine if obese adults with poor versus good sleep quality demonstrate reduced self-regulatory capacity and different patterns of neural activation when making impulsive monetary choices. Six obese, good quality sleepers (M age=44.7 years, M BMI=38.1 kg/m(2)) were compared to 13 obese, poor quality sleepers (M age=42.6, M BMI=39.2(More)
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