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An economic model of the benefits of professional doula labor support in Wisconsin births.
A system-based change in how laboring mothers are supported would be an innovative step that would put Wisconsin at the forefront of cost-effective health care, reducing interventions while improving outcomes.
A Case Report of Salmonella muenchen Enteritis Causing Rhabdomyolysis and Myocarditis in a Previously Healthy 26-Year-Old Man.
It is concluded that diagnosis of the many possible complications from non-typhoidal Salmonella infections can be difficult due to patient comorbidities, variability in the severity of the illnesses, laboratory test limitations, and imaging limitations.
Jaundice in relation to cirrhosis of the liver.
In the course of a recent analysis of the effect of treatment of patients with decompensated Laennec's cirrhosis, it is impressed with the increasing incidence of jaundice, and some questions are proposed concerning the part that this jaundices plays in the life cycle of Cirrhosis.
Associations between national tuberculosis program budgets and tuberculosis outcomes: an ecological study
A number of budget allocation related factors associated with improved TB outcome parameters are revealed, which could help guide NTP managers with allocation decisions.
Newborn with desquamating rash.
A 9-day-old boy was brought to the emergency department by his mother when his mother noticed a rash around the umbilicus, genitalia, and anus.
Examining the evidence for medical Qigong exercise in the context of clinician recommendations and health system implementation: A critical review
Qigong also has benefits beyond regular exercise and can be a valuable tool when formulating treatment plans for patients with multiple comorbidities.