George W. Wong

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BACKGROUND Psychosocial interventions for bipolar patients often include teaching patients to recognize prodromal symptoms and tackle them early. This prospective study set out to investigate which bipolar prodromal symptoms were reported frequently and reliably over a period of 18 months. Furthermore, we have also investigated which types of coping(More)
This study described the construction and validation of the Coping Inventory for Prodromes of Mania (CIPM)-a newly developed instrument aimed at assessing how manic depressive sufferers dealt with their prodromes of mania. Two hundred and six subjects completed a 40-item measure of coping responses to prodromes of mania, a measure of social functioning and(More)
BACKGROUND Patients suffering from bipolar affective disorders are generally reported to be able to detect prodromes. Insight is also said to be desirable for a good outcome. However, very little is known about the effect of insight and patients' spontaneous strategies for coping with prodromes on their social functioning. METHOD In a cross-sectional(More)
—The IETF is currently specifying QoS on the Internet, but providing QoS at the IP layer is sub-optimal without lower layers' support. With the growing popularity and acceptance of IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, it is essential to focus on QoS enhancement at the MAC layer of the 802.11 standard. The EDCF, proposed by the IEEE 802.11e, is a contention-based MAC(More)
AIMS To study the ocular manifestations and their severity in children with Graves' disease. METHODS All patients with Graves' disease having regular follow up in a paediatric endocrine clinic were recruited for the study. A comprehensive ophthalmic assessment including ocular motility, exophthalmometry, intraocular pressure (IOP), slit lamp, and fundus(More)
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