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The results of using interrupted nylon skin sutures or subcuticular polyglycolic acid (P.G.A.) sutures after appendicectomy were compared in a prospective controlled trial in 127 patients. Wound infections were significantly more common when subcuticular skin closure was used.
The extent to which imagery and perceptual processes overlap in the brain has been the focus of a number of studies using different experimental methodologies (e.g., studies of functional brain activation and studies of patients with selective deficits following brain damage). Here we report the results of a number of different experimental investigations… (More)
The blood pH can be measured electrometrically by means of a glass electrode and calomel reference electrode provided (a) the blood is kept from contact with air and (b) the measurement is made at 38° C. (Wynn and Ludbrook, 1957). Alternatively to (b), but less satisfactorily, the pH can be estimated at an arbitrary temperature (say 200 C.) and a correcting… (More)