Kristen Utley

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A case of primary herpes simplex vaginitis during pregnancy became complicated by rupture of membranes at 25.5 weeks' gestation. The patient was treated with intravenous acyclovir shortly after rupture, and managed expectantly. Genital lesions rapidly abated, and the infant was delivered by cesarean section at 26.5 weeks' gestation after labor ensued.(More)
BACKGROUND Hand function is critical for independence in activities of daily living for older adults. AIMS The purpose of this study was to examine how grip strength, arm curl strength, and manual dexterous coordination contributed to time-based versus self-report assessment of hand function in community-dwelling older adults. METHODS Adults aged ≥60(More)
This study is a comparison of the embedded instruction of behavioral chains with more traditional (one-on-one massed trials in special education setting) instructional procedures for teaching behavioral chains to students with significant cognitive disabilities. Although embedded instruction has emerged as a promising potential instructional procedure, no(More)
The nutrition support team at Lucile Salter Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford developed a clinical pathway for infants and children receiving parenteral nutrition (PN). Use of clinical pathways for health care delivery is one way in which clinicians and institutions are responding to pressure from managed care organizations to reduce costs and(More)
Multifocal necrosis (MFN) of the white matter is a conmon cause of severe neurological sequelae. MFN is considered a perinatal event. Pathologic reports describe an acute phase (coagul. necrosis) & a chronic stage (multiple cavitation of the white matter) 2 weeks later.Ultrasonic & pathologic data are presented in 15 infants to show MFN occurring before(More)
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