Ronald Hadsall

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From 1982 through 1987, 128 families, who were instructed in the use of rectally administered diazepam (R-DZP) for the treatment of severe epileptic seizures, were surveyed. Sixty-seven families returned questionnaires and met inclusion/exclusion criteria; the results were used to analyze the medical, psychosocial, and economic impact of this program during(More)
The economic benefits of daily migraine prevention have been subject to ongoing debate. This study was undertaken to determine if the initiation of prevention had an observable effect on ambulatory health care utilisation when compared to acute migraine treatment alone. Administrative claims data from the Military Health System were used to conduct a(More)
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