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Salmonella joint infection in Malawian children.
Summary Salmonellae were the causative organisms in 20 (23 per cent) of 88 cases of septic arthritis seen in children during a 15-month prospective study at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in… Expand
LGM (Vena Tech) vena cava filter: clinical experience in 64 patients.
- S. Millward, J. Marsh, +7 authors A. Formoso
- Journal of vascular and interventional radiology…
- 1 November 1991
LG-Medical (LGM) vena cava filters were inserted percutaneously in 64 patients. Each case was followed after the filter insertion. Clinical follow-up was available in all patients; in 11 patients it… Expand
Anticipatory Guidance for Prevention of Childhood Obesity: Design of the MOMS Project
The prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity in the United States has increased by more than 100% since 1971. Primary care clinicians have a unique opportunity to influence child health during… Expand
Learning management systems: technology to measure the medical knowledge competency of the ACGME
Aims We report how the learning management system (LMS) Web Course Tools (WebCT) was used to design, implement and evaluate the web‐based course ‘Principles of Ambulatory Paediatrics’, taken by… Expand
Plasma protein-binding and CSF concentrations of valproic acid in man following acute oral dosing.
- W. G. Rapeport, A. Mendelow, +5 authors M. Brodie
- Chemistry, Medicine
- British journal of clinical pharmacology
- 1 October 1983
Simultaneous cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), total and free plasma valproic acid (VPA) concentrations were measured in 17 patients receiving two weight-adjusted VPA doses as seizure prophylaxis prior to… Expand
Percutaneous retrieval of a vena cava filter from the right atrium: case report.
Fatal respiratory syncytial virus pneumonitis in a previously healthy child.
- L. Kurlandsky, G. French, P. Webb, D. Porter
- The American review of respiratory disease
- 1 August 1988
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a cause of significant morbidity and mortality in infants and children with an immunocompromised status or a congenital heart disease. The following case… Expand
Perspectives of Chuukese patients and their health care providers on the use of different sources of interpreters.
- K. Ramsey, J. Davis, G. French
- Hawai'i journal of medicine & public health : a…
- 1 September 2012
BACKGROUND Immigrants from Chuuk, a Pacific Island nation in Micronesia, are a growing population of limited-English speakers in Hawai'i. The purpose of this study was to examine the perspectives of… Expand
The normal post‐cholecystectomy sonogram: gas vs. clips.
Although both gas and heavy metals create multiple reverberations, they can be distinguished both in vivo and in vitro by the differences in origin (focus) and the duration (persistence) of the… Expand