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On-site and distance education of emergency medicine personnel with a human patient simulator.
BACKGROUND Infrequent use of emergency medical skills eventually leads to skill degradation. Even during residency training, certain skills may be infrequently encountered. The use of human patientExpand
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Psychosocial adjustment in age related macular degeneration
This article describes longitudinally the psychosocial adjustment to visual impairment of patients with age related macular degeneration (AMD). As part of a larger randomized controlled trial (RCT),Expand
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The effects of care bundles on patient outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
BackgroundCare bundles are a set of three to five evidence-informed practices performed collectively and reliably to improve the quality of care. Care bundles are used widely across healthcareExpand
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Service developments for managing people with long-term conditions using case management approaches, an example from the UK
Introduction This research has considered current developments in the provision of services for people with long-term conditions within the NHS of England. Community Matrons are being employed and byExpand
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Caudal tramadol for postoperative analgesia in hypospadias surgery.
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  • British journal of anaesthesia
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Service developments for managing people with long-term conditions using case management approaches: an example from Cheshire in the UK
Introduction This research was part of a wider Innovation Forum (IF) research project which was an initiative to improve services and bring about a 20% reduction in the unscheduled use of acute bedsExpand
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Sebaceous carcinoma of meibomian gland origin. The diagnostic importance of pagetoid spread of neoplastic cells.
The clinical and pathologic features of four sebaceous carcinomas primary located in the eyelids were studied in detail. The neoplasms occurred in four patients of ages 62 to 76 years, were oftenExpand
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Malignant plasmacytic ascites a report of two cases and a review of the literature
Two patients with ascites due to peritoneal involvement by multiple myeloma are reported and seven previously described cases of plasmacytic ascites are reviewed. In all nine cases, ascitic fluidExpand
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