Jacqueline Gough

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From October, 1988, to January, 1989, 18 patients admitted to an acute medical chest ward were infected with an ampicillin-resistant beta-lactamase-producing strain of Haemophilus influenzae. All 18 isolates were non-encapsulated strains of biotype III and showed identical cell envelope protein profiles, as judged by sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide(More)
was demonstrated angiographically in every case, and in the patient with right and left pulmonary artery compression the main pulmonary artery pressure tracing was characteristic of bilateral pulmonary artery stenosis. Cardiac catheterization and selective angiography are indicated in patients who have evidence of right ventricular outflow obstruction to(More)
OBJECTIVE In a potential attempt to guide antibiotic prescribing based on current clinical evidence and mitigate the spread of antibiotic resistance, in March 2001 the Ontario Drug Benefit programme restricted reimbursement of two fluoroquinolone antibiotics--ciprofloxacin and ofloxacin--to its beneficiaries. Our objective was to determine the impact of(More)
42 obese women who lost at least 6 kg after 26 weeks on fenfluramine tablets had their treatment changed to either an equivalent dose of a sustained-release preparation of fenfluramine or matching placebo in double-blind fashion. Of the 21 given placebo all but 2 regained weight over the following year. Of the 21 crossed over to fenfluramine, 8 maintained(More)