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AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN 1103 pressure, and cautioned not to hyperventilate, because hyperventilating will lower the opening pressure. Normal opening pressure ranges from 10 to 100 mm H 2 0 in young children, 60 to 200 mm H 2 0 after eight years of age, and up to 250 mm H 2 0 in obese patients. 2 Intracranial hypoten-sion is defined as an opening pressure(More)
The Office of Graduate Studies has verified and approved the above named committee members iii A mima, a Kiko y a los que dejamos en Cuba iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I appreciate the contributions and support from the following individuals: Dr. Bryan Loney, my major professor, and my dissertation committee members: Dr. also thank my colleague Mark Reeves for his(More)
Objective. Acute atrial fibrillation often spontaneously resolves. This study aimed to investigate the outcomes and satisfaction of an evidence-based ED protocol employing a "wait and see" approach. Methods. A prospective observational cohort study of adult patients presenting to the Emergency Department with stable acute atrial fibrillation was performed.(More)
  • Susan Altenburg, Ltc An, +53 authors Sandra Sulik
  • 2009
INTRODUCTION At first blush, many will question the need to put effort into the development of a practice guideline for uncomplicated pregnancies when such care seems so rudimentary and simplistic. However, the following points exemplify why a practice guideline for care of pregnant women with uncomplicated pregnancies is a worthy endeavor. 1. Antenatal(More)
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