William Robert Cornish

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Peritoneal dialysis has become an accepted treatment modality for end-stage renal disease. The introduction of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) has further popularised this technique. The need for adjustment of drug dosage in patients with endstage renal disease and the need for supplemental dosages following haemodialysis are well(More)
Ensuring safe and appropriate use of antihyperglycemic agents in hospital is a challenge. It requires that the contraindications and precautions to the use of non-insulin agents be observed, the incidence of hypoglycemia and severe hyperglycemia be minimized, and the risk of medication errors (including inappropriate prescribing) be reduced. Insulin is a(More)
are arranged somewhat in the form of a square (as per the diagram in the margin). The several blocks were not all equally visited by cholera. The blocks marked 2, 3, 7, and 8 gave a larger proportion of cases than the others, and the blocks 2 and 3, in particular, were remarkable for the large number of cases they furnished. In only one block (No. 5) which(More)
man employed in this work?a strong, sturdy fellow of about 30 years of age?took up a large piece of broken chatty, and while in the act of withdrawing it from the heap, he drew back with a sudden exclamation of pain, and, standing as I was within three yards of him, I saw a snake glide away into the heap of broken pots. On examining the man, there were two(More)
In a search amongst old records of the Madras Medical Board, I, not very long ago, came across some papers connected ?with the early nse of ipecacuanha and opium in the treatment of dysentery, which appeared to me to be deserving of a wider notoriety thau they were likely to receive while confined to the huge folio volume of " proceedings" in which they(More)
4 Alison Jones and Brenda Sufrin, EC Competition Law: Text, Cases, Materials (3rd edn Oxford University Press, Unit-ed States 2008), p.15 5 Lionel Bently and Brad Sherman, Intellectual Property Law (3rd edn Oxford University Press, United States 2009), p.2 6 Ibid, p.4 7 John H. Barton, ‘The Balance Between Intellectual Property Rights and Competition:(More)
no slight degree due to improved methods of medical treatment, as well as to increased attention to the sanitary requirements of the soldier. It is only right that the medical officers of the army should be made aware that their efforts in combating actual disease have been in some instances quite as successful as in its prevention. In the present state of(More)
of cholera in a European regiment marching from Bangalore to Madras just twenty years ago. The story as related by Pettenkofer was given to the British public in the Lancet of September, 1871, by Professor G. Rolleston of Oxford, and immediately on seeing the statement I contradicted it, my letter being published in the Lancet of lltli May, 1872. Air. C.(More)
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