Joshua P Rickard

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Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) was described in 1864 by Mitchell et al as a condition characterized by many unique symptoms. Although symptoms may differ from patient to patient, the most common complaints are painful swelling in upper or lower extremities or changes in the skin. CRPS has been given many different names since it was first mentioned(More)
BACKGROUND Published studies state that adherence to regular laboratory assessments for anti-arrhythmic drugs is as low as 20%. Monitoring adherence is important as other studies have shown that up to 93% of patients on amiodarone experience an adverse drug event leading to a potentially lethal event. OBJECTIVE To determine whether patients prescribed(More)
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