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A domiciliary survey (sample size circa 6000) was conducted in areas of different aircraft noise exposure affected by London (Heathrow) Airport. Respondents were urban dwellers age 16+. Since no differences were found in the prevalence of manifest psychiatric disorders, the frequency of 27 individual acute and chronic symptoms was investigated. Many acute… (More)
Changes in the cross-sectional shape, size, bone mass and amount of unmineralised osteoid tissue were studied in 17 dissected tibiae from spina-bifida babies who died with paralysis and foot deformities and in 14 tibiae from non-spina bifida controls of matching age. In addition, 12 tibiae from young experimental rats with myotomy of foot dorsiflexors and… (More)
A domiciliary survey (sample size circa 6000) was conducted in areas of different aircraft noise exposure affected by London (Heathrow) Airport. Respondents were urban dwellers aged 16+. Their use of medicines, general practitioner services, hospital facilities and community services were investigated in relation both to the level of aircraft noise and to… (More)
General Bicknell, J. & Chin C. (2007) Aquarium fisheries as a non-timber forest product: experiences from conservation through community development in North Rupununi District, Guyana.
INTRODUCTION Overuse of CT Pulmonary Angiograms (CTPA) for diagnosing pulmonary embolism (PE), particularly in Emergency Departments (ED), is considered problematic. Marked variations in positive CTPA rates are reported, with American 4-10% yields driving most concerns. Higher resolution CTPA may increase sub-segmental PE (SSPE) diagnoses, which may be up… (More)
Background: This study aimed to determine epidemiology and outcome for patients presenting to emergency departments (ED) with shortness of breath who were transported by ambulance.