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Seventy-five patients (n = 75) undergoing elective cesarean delivery during epidural anesthesia were randomly assigned to receive one of three opioid analgesics via patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) when they first complained of pain in the recovery room. Following administration of an analgesic loading dose, patients were allowed to self-administer(More)
Ten patients with allergic perennial rhinitis completed a 3-month course of reatment with flunisolide nasal spray. Biopsy of the nasal mucosa was carried out before the initiation of treatment and at the end of the treatment period. The flunisolilde was administered as a 0.025% solution twice daily at a total daily dose of 200 micrograms. No histological(More)
Doshi, R., and Lodge, K. V. (1973). Archives of Disease in Childhood, 48, 431. Idiopathic cardiomyopathy in infants. Nine cases of cardiomyopathy in infants are described. The early age of occurrence suggests the possibility of an intrauterine onset, and the finding of virus antibodies to a significant titre in 3 of the 4 mothers examined suggests(More)
A 15-year-old boy developed a sudden onset of pain in the right chest while playing rugby. There was no history of direct injury or fall, or of previous chest disease. He had never worked with PVC or vinyl chloride.1 The chest wall appeared and felt normal. Percussion revealed dullness over the right chest in the mid-axillary line from the fifth to eighth(More)