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OBJECTIVES An important argument for emergency physician use of ultrasonography is that it results in more rapid patient disposition, but there are few articles to support this position. This study sought to demonstrate a significant decrease in the time spent in the ED when emergency physicians performed transvaginal ultrasonography (TVUS), as compared(More)
This study was designed to examine the relationship between patient entry rates (a measure of physician work load) and documentation errors/omissions in both handwritten and dictated emergency treatment records. The study was carried out in two phases. Phase I examined handwritten records and Phase II examined dictated and transcribed records. A total of(More)
Two individuals who sustained traumatic brain injuries from motorcycle accidents were taught several verbal responses by using tact, mand, and intraverbal training procedures. The rate of acquisition for each operant and the transfer to untrained verbal operants involving the same response topography were measured. The results showed that tacts and(More)
A millimeter-wave selective-epi, SiGe:C HBT is described, utilizing a novel, low-cost collector construction. A cutoff frequency (f<sub>T</sub>) of 200 GHz and a maximum oscillation frequency (f<sub>MAX</sub>) of 300 GHz is achieved using a self-aligned selective-epi base structure. For a SiGe:C HBT, this is the highest known f<sub>MAX</sub> obtained(More)
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