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Prevention of brain stem stroke by microvascular anastomasis.
The vertebro-basilar arterial diseases are due to congenital vascular malformations and secondary circulation disturbances, such as arteriosclerotic stenoses and occlusions, cervical spondyloses,… Expand
Assessment of regional cerebral blood flow using the XE-133 inhalation method in patients undergoing EIAB surgery.
Since the advent of extra-intracranial arterial bypass (EIAB) surgery in the treatment of ischaemic cerebrovascular disease, few attempts were undertaken1–3 to relate rCBF findings to the explanation… Expand
Interview with a Quality Leader: William L. Roper on Medication Safety
&NA; William L. Roper, MD MPH, is dean of the School of Medicine, vice chancellor for medical affairs, and CEO of the University of North Carolina (UNC) Health Care System at UNC‐Chapel Hill. He is… Expand
[The role of extra- and intra-vascular microanastomosis in the prevention of cerebrovascular stroke].
[Acute hydrops of the gallbladder in childhood].
The authors discuss four cases of acute hydrops of the gallbladder being examined in the Department of Pediatrics, Medical University School of Pécs. Diagnosis was based on ultrasonography. In all… Expand
Quality Improvement in the Perioperative Orthopedic Setting
Evidence-based medicine, patient safety, and development of characteristics that define high-quality care are foundational elements of the quality–safety movement. The surgical setting is an… Expand
WORKPLACE HEALTH PROMOTION : PREVENTION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF PRIMARY HEALTHCARE IN THE SKODA AUTO A. S.
Communication and Collaboration Guidance for Inter/National Fraternal Organizations and Campus Student Conduct Professionals
Interview with a Quality Leader: Thomas M. Smith on Virginia Commonwealth University's Patient Safety Fellowship
&NA; Following his clinical nursing career that included adult and pediatric intensive care, cardio‐thoracic surgical, education, teaching, consulting, and management, Thomas M. Smith moved into the… Expand