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ACC/AHA guidelines for coronary angiography. A report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on practice guidelines (Committee on Coronary Angiography). Developed
Preamble…1757 I. Introduction…1758 II. General Considerations Regarding Coronary Angiography…1759 A. Definitions…1759 B. Purpose…1759 C. Morbidity and Mortality…1760 D. RelativeExpand
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Cardiovascular responses to sustained high skin temperature in resting man.
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Penetrating colon injuries requiring resection: diversion or primary anastomosis? An AAST prospective multicenter study.
BACKGROUND The management of colon injuries that require resection is an unresolved issue because the existing practices are derived mainly from class III evidence. Because of the inability of anyExpand
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Human Cardiovascular Adjustments to Rapid Changes in Skin Temperature during Exercise
In 11 normal men, central circulatory responses were measured while skin temperature was changed in a square-wave pattern during uninterrupted exercise (26% to 64% maximal oxygen consumption). SkinExpand
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ACC/AHA guidelines for coronary angiography: executive summary and recommendations. A report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines
This document revises and updates the original “Guidelines for Coronary Angiography,” published in 1987. This executive summary and recommendations appears in the May 4, 1999, issue of Circulation .Expand
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Value of complete cervical helical computed tomographic scanning in identifying cervical spine injury in the unevaluable blunt trauma patient with multiple injuries: a prospective study.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the role of routine helical computed tomographic (CT) scan of the entire cervical spine in high-risk patients with multiple injuries. METHODS Prospective study of patientsExpand
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Old age as a criterion for trauma team activation.
BACKGROUND Elderly trauma patients have been shown to have a worse prognosis than young patients. Age alone is not a criterion for trauma team activation (TTA). In the present study, we evaluated theExpand
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Chondrosarcoma of the pelvis: Prognostic factors for 67 patients treated with definitive surgery
Chondrosarcoma (CS) most commonly involves the pelvis. Local and systemic failures often result in poor outcome. Prognostic factors that determine patient outcome remain ill‐defined.
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Endogenous opioids modify dyspnoea during treadmill exercise in patients with COPD
Exogenous opioid drugs, such as morphine, relieve breathlessness. The present study hypothesis was that endogenous opioids, released during the stress of exercise, modify dyspnoea in patients withExpand
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Prevention of venous thromboembolism after injury: an evidence-based report--part II: analysis of risk factors and evaluation of the role of vena caval filters.
OBJECTIVE In part II, we describe the results of the literature search and data analysis concerning risk factors for venous thromboembolism and the role of vena caval filters (VCF) in preventingExpand
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