Jesse Eissler

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Worldwide prevalence of femoral neck fractures is increasing, doubling for patients older than 50 years. Age of the patient, prefracture activity level, and associated comorbidities must be considered when determining treatment. It seems that hemiarthroplasty is best suited for an elderly patient who is a household ambulator with low demands on the(More)
Measurement of glycohemoglobin has been proposed as a criterion for the management of diabetes mellitus. We evaluated various conditions critical to the accuracy and precision of the cation-exchange method. Tolerance limits for each variable were defined as follows: phosphate-eluding buffer (0.06 +/- 0.005 mol/L pH 6.70--6.72), column temperature (19--21(More)
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