Jonah Powell-Tuck

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51 patients with Crohn's disease who were in good health while taking azathiprine, 2 mg/kg body-weight/day, for at least six months were allocated either to a group in which azathioprine was continued or to one in which a control tablet was substituted. The trial lasted one year unless relapse recurred earlier. The cumulative probability of relapse was nil(More)
BACKGROUND In hospitalised patients, anaemia increases the risk of developing acute kidney injury (AKI). Our aim was to determine whether anaemia also has an impact on the risk of progression from early AKI to more severe AKI in critically ill patients. METHODS We retrospectively analysed the data of patients admitted to the adult intensive care unit(More)
269 patients with ulcerative colitis and a history of less than 6 months when first seen at St. Mark's Hospital in the decade 1966--75 have been followed for up to 11 years. The outcome has been correlated with the maximum extent of the disease observed within 3 months of presentation. 75 patients required hospital admission, 56 within a year of(More)
A system has been developed for the prolonged administration of intravenous feeding in general wards. The service is coordinated by a clinician, specialist nurse, and pharmacist. Under local anaesthesia a silicone-rubber catheter is introduced through an infraclavicular incision to create a skin tunnel. By this technique 22 of 27 treatment periods (mean(More)
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