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OBJECTIVE To determine the frequency and significance of electrographic seizures and other EEG findings in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). METHODS We reviewed 102 consecutive patients with ICH who underwent continuous electroencephalographic monitoring (cEEG). Demographic, clinical, radiographic, and cEEG findings were recorded. Using(More)
A man with a subclinical cobalamin deficiency developed syncope, vertigo, paresthesias, and ataxia after two exposures to nitrous oxide anesthesia. Patients with unrecognized cobalamin deficiency may be particularly susceptible to brief exposures to nitrous oxide, which inactivates the cobalamin-dependent enzyme methionine synthase and may cause a(More)
The history of the Earth and the Moon are intimately linked since their formation 4.5 Gy ago. The Apollo era allowed recognition of major planetary processes such as formation of a magma ocean and pervasive differentiation, and these early events were dated with lunar rocks. We have learned that many processes active on the early Moon are common to most(More)
INTRODUCTION Intensive Care Units (ICUs) provide life-supporting treatment; however, resources are limited, so demand may exceed supply in the event of pandemics, environmental disasters, or in the context of an aging population. We hypothesized that comprehensive national data on ICU resources would permit a better understanding of regional differences in(More)
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