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Designing A Better System The researchers include a list of recommended actions, such as: giving prescribers options for what point in the process they receive the alert; indicating how well each alert is supported by the literature; developing...
In the naval case studies, synthetic cannabinoids were detected in blood samples for just two patients and in none of the urine samples. In March 2011, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made possessing and selling five chemicals con...
HDFT study In the study published recently in the Journal of Neurosurgery, UPMC researchers described their use of HDFT with a single TBI patient who was injured when his all-terrain vehicle crashed, and he was not wearing a helmet. While he un...
Non-Surgical Options When preservation of future reproductive ability is in doubt, non-surgical actions taken in the field can also provide options to men with genital injuries. Stanton Honig, MD, assistant clinical professor of surgery at the Uni...
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