Sean Moynihan

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BACKGROUND Most intentional burns are scalds, and distinguishing these from unintentional causes is challenging. AIM To conduct a systematic review to identify distinguishing features of intentional and unintentional scalds. METHODS We performed an all language literature search of 12 databases 1950-2006. Studies were reviewed by two paediatric/burns(More)
Teleradiology allows contemporaneous interpretation of imaging exams performed at some distance from the interpreting radiologist. The transmitted images are usually static. However, there is benefit to real-time review of full-motion ultrasound (US) exams as they are performed. Telesonography is transmission of full-motion sonographic data to a remote(More)
Statistical evidence has direct effects on the practice of medicine and the standards set by the profession. In turn, this has implications in medical negligence, particularly with respect to the standard of care expected of health care providers. In this article, we investigate the role that statistical evidence plays in the interaction between medicine(More)
The Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) [1] imposes security standards for electronic Protected Health Information (PHI) that become effective April 21, 2005. One of these security requirements is that PHI that is stored in or transmitted over any " open " network (e.g., the Internet) must include technical safeguards for(More)
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