Oscar Hugo González

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In recognition of the high prevalence of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) and its importance in Latin America, the InterAmerican Association of Gastroenterology and the InterAmerican Society of Digestive Endoscopy organized a Latin-American Consensus on GORD in Cancun, Mexico in September 2004. The main objectives of the consensus meeting were to(More)
The focus of this paper is to present a method utilizing lung sounds for a quantitative assessment of patient health as it relates to respiratory disorders. In order to accomplish this, applicable traditional techniques within the speech processing domain were utilized to evaluate lung sounds obtained with a digital stethoscope. Traditional methods utilized(More)
Clı́nica de Gastroenterologı́a, Facultad de Medicina, Montevideo Ex-Presidente de AIGE Kansas University School of Medicine, USA Master University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Gastroenterology Departament, Sao Paulo University, Brazil Departamento de Gastroenterologı́a, Hospital Posadas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Departamento de Gastroenterologı́a, Hospital(More)
Methods to assess the significance of mediated effects in education and the social sciences are well studied and fall into two categories: single sample methods and computer-intensive methods. A popular single sample method to detect the significance of the mediated effect is the test of joint significance, and a popular computer-intensive method to detect(More)