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A Battlefield Transformed: From Guerilla Resistance to Mass Nonviolent Struggle in the Western Sahara
INTRODUCTION In late May 2005, a popular uprising against foreign domination rocked the Maghreb region of North Africa. With scenes reminiscent of the recent unarmed insurrections against unpopular… Expand
Dosing of Appropriate Antibiotics and Time to Administration of First Doses in the Pediatric Emergency Department.
- A. Bailey, Maria Stephan, K. Weant, S. Justice
- The journal of pediatric pharmacology and…
- 19 August 2015
OBJECTIVES Emergency department (ED) providers are faced with the challenge of diagnosing and treating patients in a timely fashion given many obstacles including limited patient information, complex… Expand
How Medical Expertise Influences the Understanding of Symptom Intensities - A Fuzzy Approach
- Franziska Bocklisch, Maria Stephan, Barbara Wulfken, S. Bocklisch, J. Krems
- Psychology, Computer Science
- 25 November 2011
This paper examines the role of imprecision in the interpretation of verbal symptom intensities (e.g., high fever) depending on the level of medical expertise. Expand