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Abrupt interruption or cessation of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) treatment may result in discontinuation or treatment interruption symptoms. Recent reports suggested these symptoms occur more frequently with shorter half-life SSRIs. Previous studies indicated a 5-8-day treatment interruption resulted in fewer discontinuation-emergent(More)
  • Cecilia Poletto, Øystein Alexander Vangsnes, +18 authors Piera Rizzolatti
  • 2006
In this article we intend to illustrate how the ASIS (Atlante Sintattico dell’Italia Settentrionale "Syntactic Atlas of Northern Italy") project has been created and developed. We discuss the theoretical, empirical and practical problems that we encountered working on such an enterprise, and the choices we made in order to solve them. We have created a(More)
BACKGROUND Low-dose combined spinal-epidural analgesia in labor has proved popular with women because lower-limb motor power is preserved, allowing ambulation. However, there has been debate about the safety of allowing women to walk following low-dose regional analgesia because of somatosensory impairment. The authors undertook a prospective controlled(More)
BACKGROUND This study investigated the relationship between objectively measured physical fitness variables derived by cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) and in-hospital morbidity after rectal cancer surgery. METHODS Patients scheduled for rectal cancer surgery underwent preoperative CPET (reported blind to patient characteristics) with recording of(More)
We describe a new technique of intubation for use in difficult paediatric airway cases utilizing the laryngeal mask airway, a Cook Airway Exchange Catheter and a paediatric intubation fibrescope. This method has a number of potential advantages over previously described methods.
Ticarcillin, a semisynthetic penicillin, was evaluated in the treatment of 75 serious gram-negative infections, 50 of which were caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The overall rate of response was 81%. Septicemia and urinary tract infections responded more frequently (93%) than infections of the lower respiratory tract (71%). Response to therapy was(More)