Floyd Heller

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Anticholinergic syndrome may present with a wide variety of signs and symptoms. Central manifestations range from excitatory symptoms including delirium and agitation to central nervous system depression, stupor and coma. Anticholinergic syndrome was once a common phenomenon after general anesthesia because of the frequent administration of the(More)
Differences in response to medications both in terms of clinical activity and side-effects have long been recognised by physicians. Genetics has been recently considered as a potential factor to explain part of this variability. Pharmacogenetics focuses on the variants within one or more candidate genes while pharmacogenomics evaluates the entire genome for(More)
This article discusses the suitability of microcomputers and microcomputer languages for computer-assisted instruction. The advantages and disadvantages of using computers in general and microcomputers in particular for CAI are presented. Programming techniques for different types of CAI programs are discussed. Finally, we have summarized several articles(More)
The authors report the occurrence of 2 cases of cholestative jaundice in women taking OC (oral contraception) and under triacetyloleandomycin treatment. Since 1977 there were 25 cases of cholestative jaundice reported in France; prescription of triacetyloleandomycin was in most cases given for benign infection, and all anomalies regressed spontaneously(More)