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Environmental Protection Agency, dated June 6, 2003. DEP understands that this monumental document represents the culmination of five years of intensive and comprehensive fieldwork, and thoughtful and detailed debate and deliberation by a dedicated work group. Overall, DEP concurs with the methodologies employed and the conclusions reached in the risk(More)
Two hundred and seventy-four women admitted for delivery of singleton infants were studied for the effects of a preparatory enema on faecal contamination, duration of labour, and the incidence of infection in the newborn. Altogether 149 of the women were given an enema (controls) and 125 were not. The two groups showed no significant difference in the(More)
Establishing a reliable electronic delivery process for student assignments is challenging in an Internet-dependent environment The most common method for electronic delivery is e-mail which frequently is vulnerable to malicious attack. In large academic institutions such an attack commonly results in delays of days until stability is restored.(More)
BACKGROUND Concern has been expressed that epidural analgesia for labour may be associated with a higher incidence of backache. METHODS A prospective randomized trial investigating the effect of epidural analgesia on the outcome of labour in nulliparae, mothers were randomized to receive either epidural analgesia or meperidine. A questionnaire on(More)