G. Scott Rutherford

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A white male developed severe headaches at the age of 31 years. Aqueduct stenosis with hydrocephalus was diagnosed. Some months after surgery (shunt) his behaviour altered and eventually he became mute and akinetic. Frequent episodes of marked autonomic over-activity occurred. The clinical and necropsy findings of aqueduct stenosis, hydrocephalus and(More)
In this paper we describe the start of system implementation in the participatory geographic information system for transportation (PGIST) project. The PGIST web portal is being developed to support public participation in transportation improvement decision making in the central Puget Sound region of Washington State. Implementation has followed design(More)
Public involvement in transportation improvement programming is becoming increasingly important as well as being a recommendation of federal legislation in the United States. Although most transportation planning agencies have not actively involved the public during this stage of the planning process, there are many benefits to doing so, such as, gaining(More)
Methods We searched electronic databases (Pubmed, EMBASE, Central) from 1996 to 2010 using keywords, “protease inhibitor”, “antiretroviral”, “monotherapy”, relevant drug names and standard “HIV” and “RCT” search strings on March 22, 2010, without limits to language. We searched major HIV-related conferences manually from 2007 and contacted experts. Two(More)
In his recent editorial, Handy raises interesting points regarding critical care transfers [1]. We endorse the view that only by collecting accurate data regarding transfer activity can we hope to ensure such transfers are undertaken to recognised standards. Only when armed with such data, including robust clinical governance and critical incident review,(More)
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