Jon Jordan

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We describe a case of a 31-year-old woman with cerebral palsy who developed fatal acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis while being treated with valproic acid to control her seizure activity. Acute pancreatitis is usually due to alcohol ingestion or biliary tract disease, and unusual causes include trauma, metabolic diseases, or drugs. Valproic acid is considered(More)
PURPOSE To promote awareness and prevention of ocular damage that can occur during Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments of the periocular areas. METHODS A retrospective chart review was conducted of 2 cases involving ocular damage following IPL procedures that were treated at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute for ocular complications. Routine data were(More)
564 Background: Oral chemotherapy offers patients equal efficacy but fewer visits to hospital and less time spent traveling, but there are concerns about toxicity and compliance. Nursing and physician interactions with patients are different, and when a nurse-lead oral chemotherapy service was developed in NE Scotland in 2003 a prospective audit was begun(More)
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