Lawrence R. Selinger

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We describe an exceptional case of a patient who suffered a penetrating heart injury from a gunshot wound in 1945 leading to a left ventricular-right atrial fistula. Despite the resulting left-to-right shunt the patient remained relatively asymptomatic for 50 years before the onset of congestive heart failure necessitated an operation.
Eighty-eight outpatients with postoperative pain after the surgical removal of impacted third molars were randomly assigned, on a double-blind basis, to receive a single, oral dose of flurbiprofen 100 mg, acetaminophen 600 mg, a combination of acetaminophen 600 mg with codeine 60 mg, or placebo. Using a self-rating record, subjects rated their pain and its(More)
One hundred sixty-four outpatients with postoperative pain after the removal of impacted third molars were randomly assigned on a double-blind basis, to receive oral doses of flurbiprofen 25, 50, or 100 mg; aspirin 600 mg; or placebo. Using a self-rating record, subjects rated their pain and its relief hourly for 8 hours after medicating. Estimates of sum(More)
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