Michael Oppenheim

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BACKGROUND There is substantial allocation of resources directed towards evaluation and management of lower limb cellulitis (LLC) in the acute care setting. Readmission for LLC is poorly understood, and there is little evidence with which to identify patients at risk for readmission. OBJECTIVE To describe demographics, comorbidities, admission vital(More)
Inner speech, that little voice that people often hear inside their heads while thinking, is a form of mental imagery. The properties of inner speech errors can be used to investigate the nature of inner speech, just as overt slips are informative about overt speech production. Overt slips tend to create words (lexical bias) and involve similar exchanging(More)
even science whose origins and motives are tainted by sociopolitical influences can be considered "good" or "normal." (This premise is, of course, essential to accept before we are even confronted with the ethical dilemma of whether or not we should use the Nazis' data today.) The problem arises, however, not so much in the theories that are produced by(More)
teacher or the practitioner in a referral institution who is looking for extensive background information and literature citations. Rapid advances in biomedical research technology have helped elucidate the structure and function of many components of the human body. Much of brain function, however, still remains enigmatic. Recent advances in computer and(More)
The HEAL10-NY grant, funded by the New York State Government, is an outcome of the state’s effort to integrate hospitals, clinics and laboratories in New York. This paper discusses the mapping strategies adopted for the semantic and process interoperability between two hospital systems that have been implemented at two different clinical settings using(More)
BACKGROUND Clinicians have limited ability to classify risk of prolonged hospitalization among patients with lower limb cellulitis. OBJECTIVE We sought to identify characteristics associated with days to discharge and prolonged stay. METHODS We conducted retrospective cohort analysis including patients admitted with a primary diagnosis of lower limb(More)
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