Mary Cross

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INTRODUCTION Gastrointestinal dysmotility and constipation are common problems in intensive care patients. The majority of critical care patients are sedated with opioids to facilitate tolerance of endotracheal tubes and mechanical ventilation, which inhibit gastrointestinal motility and lead to adverse outcomes. Methylnaltrexone is a peripheral opioid(More)
  • M Cross
  • 1998
There is an increasing amount of evidence for links between emotional and behavioural problems and communication difficulties. Many children who hav emotional and behavioural problems also have communication difficulties (Cohen and Lipsett 1991, Benaisch et al. 1993) and children who have communication difficulties are more likely to develop psychiatric(More)
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