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Using a stress-coping framework, we designed a six-session educational support group offering family caretakers information about schizophrenia, training in problem-solving skills for managing patient behavior, and greater access to social support and community resources. Subjects were recruited though local community mental health centers; 24 subjects(More)
  • I Abramowitz
  • 1977
The author presents his experience of the Doppler ultrasound velocity meter in the repetitive serial assessment of patients presenting with chronic obliterative arterial disease. A close relationship between ankle pressure assessed by the Doppler apparatus and isotope muscle clearance studies was established. Pressure flow is directly related to the(More)
High concentrations of digoxin-like immunoreactive substance (DLIS) have been identified in amniotic fluid and in blood during pregnancy. In this study, urine from healthy women was analyzed for DLIS during pregnancy and following delivery, and levels were related to various clinical and urinary findings. Urinary DLIS increased progressively during(More)