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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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8/20/2008· Medical

Non-invasive Ventilation

By: Dr. Sat Sharma, MD, FRCPC, FCCP, FACP

Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is the delivery of ventilatory support without the need for an invasive artificial airway. Mechanical ventilation via intubation is associated with many complications, including upper airway trauma, arrhythmia, hypotension, aspiration of gastric contents, sinusitis, pneumonia, and patients’ loss of ability to eat and communicate verbally

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10/30/2006· Medical

Calibration And Electrical Safety Status Of Therapeutic Ultrasound Utilized By Chiropractic Physicians

By: Dwain M. Daniel, DC, Ronald L. Rupert, MS, DC

Background: Although over 70% of chiropractic physicians utilize ultrasonic therapy (UST), there has never been an investigation of the calibration or electrical safety of this commonly used therapeutic modality within the chiropractic profession

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12/15/2005· Bacteria - Fungus - Mold Investigation

Mold Exposures Need Better Medical Responses

By: Dr. Joseph Guth

Water and molds have been here much longer than Man. We utilize some, coexist with others, and battle many more of them. Molds help us make cheese, produce penicillin and other useful medicines; but they can also harm us. It is the latter problem that requires a better response from the medical community

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12/5/2005· Pain Management

Acute and Post Operative Pain Management For Children

By: Dr. Steven Richeimer

Traditionally, pain in children is a topic that has received only minimal attention.Much of our understanding of pain in children has been extrapolated from adult studies.As recently as 20 years ago clinicians felt that it was unnecessary to prevent or treat pain in children because the prevailing opinion was that

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12/21/2004· Hazardous Materials

Creosote Sites

By: Richard Parent, PhD, DABT, FATS, RAC, ERT

Most creosote mixtures that are used today are byproducts of the petroleum industry or coal gasification processes. They are mixtures of several hundreds of chemicals mostly polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) but contain a host of other chemicals including complex heterocyclic compounds

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12/12/2004· Medical

A Patient's Bill Of Rights

By: Martin Bell, MD, JD

The tragic events of 9/11 have diverted attention from the public debate in Washington about a national patients' bill of rights. The idea behind such legislation is that patients should have the right to sue their HMO or managed care insurer for money damages if their coverage is wrongfully denied, treatment is delayed or withheld, and their health is seriously damaged as a result

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11/3/2004· Medicine

Antibiotics

By: Dr. Sat Sharma and Nicholas Anthonisen

After 60 years of availability of antibiotics, surprisingly little is known about their role in obstructive airway diseases. Areview of antibiotic therapy will necessarily involve a discussion of the role of bacterial infection in asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

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7/31/2004· Pain Management

Cancer Pain

By: Dr. Steven Richeimer

I think every doctor has several patients that are etched into his memory. One such patient was Dr. G. He was a doctor, the same age that I was, and he had cancer. Cancer pain is different from other pains

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3/30/2004· Professional Malpractice

Management Mistakes in Healthcare: A Disturbing Silence

By: Paul B. Hofmann, Dr PH, FACHE

The belated but formal acknowledgement of medical errors and their impact has been well documented.1 Curiously, the topic of management or executive mistakes in healthcare is not raised in professional meetings nor, until recently, addressed by an article in health administration journals

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