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10/8/2009· Physician Assistants

The Physician Assistant Expert Witness & Medico-legal Consultant: A Guide for Attorneys & Experts

By: Jeffrey G. Nicholson, PA-C, PhD

The physician assistant ("PA") expert witness is a board certified and state licensed health care professional who by experience or training is qualified to give an opinion on the standard of care provided by fellow physician assistants. Although formal training is not required, some PA expert witnesses have completed seminars conducted by and for legal nurse consultants.

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6/19/2009· Healthcare

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling (Levine vs. Wyeth) Has MAJOR Implications For Potential WARNING Claims Against Pharmaceuticals…

By: Dr. Gerald Goldhaber

The Goldhaber Warnings Report: The U.S. Supreme Court ruling (March 5, Levine vs. Wyeth) will have major implications for the pharmaceutical industry forcing them literally to review all of their warnings and safety instructions for content, clarity and conspicuousness

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4/6/2009· Injury

Imaging of Sports Injuries of the Ankle and Foot

By: Douglas K. Smith, MD

The foot and ankle are frequently injured during sporting events and may produce considerable disability in many athletes. Injuries of the foot and ankle may be acute or chronic problems. Cass and Morrey1 reported that acute foot and ankle injuries accounted for 10% of emergency room visits

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4/3/2009· Jails - Prisons - Correctional Facilities

Suicides Within The Juvenile Justice System: The Need for Administrative Oversight

By: Dr. Alvin W. Cohn

Suicides among youths in the United States is a national tragedy. A successful suicide by an adolescent within the juvenile justice system is both preventable and unconscionable and tends to occur as a consequence of poor or inappropriate staffing, inadequate training, and/or the lack of policy and procedure enforcement

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2/10/2009· Bacteria - Fungus - Mold Investigation

The Clostridium difficile Epidemic: A Potential Disaster for Long-Term Care

By: Dr. Mary C. Vrtis

Clostridium difficile (C. difficile), an anaerobic, spore-forming, gram-positive bacteria, has emerged in recent years as a serious health threat in the United States. Although the organism has been known to cause disease for at least 30 years,1 recent mutations have resulted in healthcare–acquired epidemic outbreaks in the United States,2-5 Canada,6,7 Europe8,9 and Japan.10 Genetic fingerprinting has identified a number of strains in clonal outbreaks, and several of these strains are cause for great concern

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9/10/2008· Medical

Dynamic Deformation Experiments on Aortic Tissue

By: Dr. Richard Collins

THE NUMBER of fatalities due to automobile collisions in the United States has reached an annual level of 55,000, according to the statistics of the National Safety Council. Of these, 16 per cent have been estimated by Greendyke (1966) to be due to traumatic rupture of the aorta, on the basis of a sample of 1253 automobile fatalities in Monroe County, N.Y., over a four year perio

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9/10/2008· Medical

Blood Flow in the Lung

By: Dr. Richard Collins

The lung constitutes a highly complex and selfregulating system for oxygenating man’s blood and removing its waste materials. It is at the alveolar level that the respiratory and circulatory functions interact and the important exchange processes occur

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9/10/2008· Medical

Nonlinear Wave Propagation in Viscoelastic Tubes: Application to Aortic Rupture

By: Dr. Richard Collins

Blunt impact to the thorax often results in traumatic rupture of the aorta, leading to immediate exsanguination. Current interest in the mechanisms of this failure is great (Roberts and Beckman, 1970), particularly with regard to vehicular fatilities in which passengers are subjected to high levels of deceleration

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9/10/2008· Medical

CFD Simulation of Airflow in a 17-Generation Digital Reference Model of the Human Bronchial Tree

By: Dr. Richard Collins

The uptake of particulate matter by inhalation leads to complex transport processes influenced by unsteady convection through a non-dichotomously branching network of conducting conduits (airways)

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8/22/2008· Medical

XECTCBF Should Be Performed Before TPA Administration In Acute Ischemic Stroke

By: Dr. John S. Meyer

NINDS Stroke Study Group has recommended intravenous (IV) or intra-arterial (IA) thrombolytic therapy in acute ischemic stroke utilizing recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtpa) for treatment of acute ischemic stroke, as approved by the U.S. FDA; provided that treatment is initiated within 3 hours for intravenous and within 4 hours via arterial catheters inserted into thrombosed cerebral vessels, timed from the time of stroke onset

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