Roger L. N. Harris

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AIMS The aims of this audit were to collect the Minimum Data Set outlined by the Australia New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry (ANZHFR), assess patient characteristics, analyse process of care, and evaluate how this compares to NICE guidelines for hip fracture care, as well as to Auckland Hospital data from 2007. METHOD Retrospective case record audit of(More)
AIM To describe demographic features of people discharged from New Zealand hospitals following injury caused by fire and flame in domestic locations. METHOD Review of hospital discharge data for the years 1988-1995. RESULTS From 1988-1995 there were 1493 discharges from New Zealand hospitals with injury as the result of fire and flame in domestic(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the utility of both a random troponin T level taken greater than 4 h after a syncopal event and the Osservatorio Epidemiologico sulla Sincope nel Lazio (OESIL) score in predicting outcome post syncope. METHODS We prospectively enrolled 113 adult patients who presented to our ED after a syncopal event. Each patient had a troponin T(More)
The main EEG features are described of thirtysix young adults who were examined at the Royal Free Hospital between 1960 and 1964 and twelve children seen at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, between 1957 and 1977. It is important in the future, if a plan is considered for the study of a fresh epidemic, to include systematic EEG(More)
Chronic active hepatitis was selectively induced in mice by the feeding of a diet containing 3-hydroxy-4-pyrone (0.5% by weight) for periods of 6 weeks and longer. This model should be of particular value in elucidating the pathogenesis of drug-induced forms of chronic active hepatitis. Maltol (3-hydroxy-2-methyl-4-pyrone) did not produce any liver lesion.
The Devonshire Royal Hospital, Buxton, England, was developed from a spa hospital into the Manchester Regional Centre for Rheumatism and Rehabilitation. Patients with active rheumatoid disease are admitted to the hospital's Rheumatism Service, not to the Rehabilitation Unit. Fifty per cent of patients admitted to the Rehabilitation Unit have rheumatoid(More)
Eleven adult asthmatics were given fenoterol either as a metered aerosol dose or as an inhaled powder with appropriate controls, in a randomised double-blind fashion. The increase in FEV1 was the same after both dosage forms and no side effects occurred indicating that powder inhalation is a safe and effective alternative to aerosol inhalation in the(More)
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