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The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma's Advanced Trauma Life Support Course is currently taught in 50 countries. The 8th edition has been revised following broad input by the International ATLS subcommittee. Graded levels of evidence were used to evaluate and approve changes to the course content. New materials related to principles of(More)
  • J J Ravn
  • 1975
The material for the present study comprises plaster models of 310 Copenhagen children, impressions for which were taken during the month each child attained the age of 3 years. On the basis of fixed criteria a description is given of individual symptoms of occlusion. Using the primary canines as the guide to occlusion it was found that the same occlusion(More)
BACKGROUND post-thoracotomy pain syndrome (PTPS) and its social consequences have been inconsistently investigated as most studies were either small sized, focused on a limited number of risk factors or included heterogeneous surgical procedures. The current objectives were to obtain detailed information on the consequences of PTPS after thoracotomy and(More)
The purpose of the present study was, by using a standardized radiographic technique, to assess the time of selected mineralization stages of all permanent teeth except the second and third molars in a group of 580 children aged 3-7 years. A complete radiographic examination, consisting of nine intraoral films, was made of each child, using Eggen's film(More)
  • J J Ravn
  • 1976
The material for the present study comprises plaster models of 310 Copenhagen children, impressions for which were taken during the month each child attained the age of 3 years. The occlusion was related to information concerning the child's sucking habits up to the time of the study. The effect of sucking habits of sagittal occlusion was observed in the(More)
Malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) is difficult to distinguish from reactive mesothelial proliferations (RMPs). It is uncertain whether miRNAs are useful biomarkers for differentiating MPM from RMPs. Thus, we screened with a quantitative RT-PCR (RT-qPCR)-based platform the expression of 742 miRNAs in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded, preoperative(More)
Anterior tibial translation was measured in six patients with anterior cruciate ligament insufficiency. The tests were done in 15, 45, and 90 degrees of knee flexion, partly with activated quadriceps or hamstrings, and partly with subjects wearing a 4-point functional DonJoy brace. The translation was evaluated with a computerized electrogoniometer (Acufex(More)