Euil Luther

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Case Report The patient was a 42-year-old white man with a history of sinusitis for almost 2 years. He was treated with different antibiotics as an outpatient without any improvement. He developed a lung mass on chest radiograph, so he was referred to the surgical service for biopsy. On the day of the planned biopsy, the patient was febrile with an elevated(More)
Part C of the guideline is preceded by Part B General Pharmacology IJCPT. 2008; 46: 600 - 617. Included in Part C are practical guidelines for improving the therapy of some age-specific diseases and problems commonly encountered in general practice. The article in this issue is dedicated to the therapy of Dementia and M. Parkinson. Further guidelines for(More)
Physiological changes in old age: loss of muscle mass; reduction in bone mass; percentage of fat increased; lower amount of body water; lack of thirst; diminishing kidney function (caution: sufficient intake of fluids: 1.5-2 l and moderate intake of protein 8 g/kg body weight); reduced secretion of digestive enzymes, delayed emptying of stomach (which means(More)
  • E Luther
  • The Journal of medicine and philosophy
  • 1989
Medical ethics has been developing in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) since the 1970's on the basis of the traditional ethics of physicians and the socio-economic fundamentals of our socialist state. Medical care provided in the framework of Marxist-Leninist medical ethics is based on rationality and humanity.