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Yanagisawa E - - 1981
A simple but reliable method of videotaping the larynx using the Nagashima rigid laryngoscope (telescope) and a low-cost home video color camera is described. Video laryngoscopy using this technique is a useful office procedure. The video material obtained was of high quality and of great value for teaching, voice analysis, ...
Shanks N J - - 1981
The quality of data obtainable by questionnaire from residents of a common lodging house was explored by comparing the answers received by questioning such men on two or three occasions six months apart. Consistency between the answers obtained on different occasions was good for men who already knew the interviewer ...
Kentsmith D K - - 1981
The Air Force Medical Officer through AFR 35-99 (Personnel Reliability Program) is responsible for the medical evaluation, psychological assessment, and surveillance of persons who will work in sensitive occupations. This paper addresses various personality factors which indicate poor personnel reliability and suggest an interviewing technique of open-ended questions and developmental ...
Gray J A - - 1980
The use of the powers of compulsory removal contained in Section 47 of the 1948 National Assistance Act is reviewed. It is concluded that the powers are not seriously abused but that there is a need for their amendment. It is argued that any amendment should take the role of ...
Duffy D L - - 1980
The communication skills of house officers in medical clinic were studied. Ten communication skills were identified as being central to the doctor-patient relationship. Twenty interns and residents were observed in 60 clinic visits. Skills well-demonstrated by the house officers related to listening, history taking, assessing patient compliance, examining the patient, ...
Greenshields G - - 1980
The DHSS has made West Midlands RHA responsible for developing new financial information systems for the NHS. Gordon Greenshields, area treasurer, Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham AHA(T), has been looking at two documents outlining the project's objectives and the results of initial consultations with NHS officers of varying disciplines and levels.
Schwartz R H - - 1980
Office bacteriology aids clinical judgment in the diagnosis of pharyngotonsillitis and enhances quality medical care. The office bacteriology laboratory requires only a small expenditure of time and money. The technique is easily learned and is sensitive. Group A beta-hemolytic streptococci can be distinguished from other beta-hemolytic streptococci because they are ...
- - 1980
These are guidelines to Amendment No. 3 of Part 199 of this title. The Purpose of Amendment No. 3 was to expand benefits under CHAMPUS regarding computer tomography (CT) scanning coverage. The purpose of these guidelines is to clarify those medical indications for which CT scan benefits are extended for ...
Bromberg R S - - 1980
The leasing of space in medical office buildings should be undertaken only after a careful study of the tax, certification-of-need, and reimbursement consequences. Under some circumstances, income from the leasing of space is taxable, and the goal of achieving favorable tax consequences may conflict with the goal of achieving favorable ...
Trans. of Statistische Information (Germany, F.R.) n117 4p. Jan 1978.
Parkhouse J - - 1978
Pre-registration house officers who answered enquiries in 1973 and 1974 about career preferences were written to again in 1976. This yielded 205 comparisons, in which 134 (65.5%) doctors retained their original first choice of career, thirty-five (17%) opted for their previous second or third choice and thirty-six (17.5%) gave a ...
Johnson A A - - 1977
The medical examination has been conducted periodically to determine medical qualifications for the continued performance of military service and as a preventive medicine measure to reveal latent and undiagnosed disease. When an individual fails to meet the medical standards for flying duties, he may be granted a waiver. A waiver ...
Berghage, Thomas E.
A candidate for qualification as Submarine Medical Officer is required to conduct an independent research project in operational submarine medicine. This work is then submitted to the Naval Undersea Medical Institute in the form of a thesis. To increase the circulation of this information, a Key-Word-In-Context (KWIC) index system was ...
Ogunseinde D O - - 1976
Government Hospitals not involved with medical schools often lack the full facilities of the paramedical sector. Therefore the medical officers are faced with this difficulty when attempting to write medical papers. The government should try to improve this so as to raise the interest of all concerned in reporting interesting ...
Carter J T - - 1976
Absences attributed to sickness were investigated in 1410 deck and engine-room crew members during a period of two years and five months. The mean frequency of absences was 0-23 per man year, with a mean duration per absence of 41 days. The absence frequency varied with both rank and place ...
Livingston M C - - 1974
Can the medical student benefit from spending time in the offices of community physicians? Eight consecutive final-year medical students visited the offices of 39 physicians, 31 family physicians and eight specialists, in the communities of Richmond and Delta, British Columbia. The students describe the value of their experience, common problems ...
Aultman,Mims C.
More than 10 million Americans receive their medical care services through the Department of Defense. The Army Medical Department (AMEDD) directs the largest of the DOD health care systems, of which two are at the officer level and one culminates in warrant officer status. The paper is concerned chiefly with ...
Jelovsek, Frederick R.
Medical office information systems in which data transactions are captured in realtime, i.e. in the presence of the patient, have a significant impact on office personnel and patient flow. Advantages of a realtime system over manual or batch computerized systems include improved data quality, control and timely availability as well ...
The report of the review into the deaths of four babies due to cardiac tamponade associated with the presence of a central venous catheter, and the Government's response to the report. Commissioned by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of England and published in June 2001, the review covers the circumstances ...
The home page of the Department of Health's (DH) Chief Medical Officer (CMO), the UK Government's principal medical adviser and the professional head of all medical staff in England. This page provides access to various CMO speeches and publications, the full-text of recent CMO Updates, which cover a range of ...
Bavier,R
This report has been published by the U.S. Census Bureau and it's author, Richard Bavier is a policy analyst at the Office of Management and budget. The report is written as a reaction to the National Research Council's report, 'Measuring Poverty, A New Approach'. Although this report outlines basic needs ...
Wright, B.N.
Recently there has been a marked increase in interest in automating the medical office. This paper outlines the steps taken to install COSTAR in a multidisciplinary ambulatory clinic with a wide base of primary-care physicians. Emphasis is placed on the reasons for computerization of the clinic. The registration of patients, ...
Ramsey W - - 1995
In the aftermath of the Rwandan civil war, Australia's defence forces deployed a medical force to support the United Nations Assistance Mission. In this article, Wayne Ramsey, Commander of the Australian contingent, Lindsay R Bridgford, Officer Commanding Bravo Section, Robert J Lusby, Lt.-Colonel (Surgeon), Australian Medical Support Force Hospital, and ...
White Nick - - 2012
It is estimated that one in 300 patients admitted to hospital will die or be seriously injured as a result of medical errors (Chief Medical Officer 2009), many of which will be caused by human factors. This article examines a case study in which team error led to the death ...
Hiscox J - - 1995
In England and Wales the police require medical evidence in crimes committed against a person. This will take the form of either a verbal statement given to a police officer under his/her direction, or a written report compiled by the doctor. Police surgeons regularly compile these reports without any complications. ...
Neel, Spurgeon
Contents: General Military and Medical Situation; Military Civilian Health Assistance; Personnel; Operations; Professional Services; Preventive Medicine; Medical Materiel; Medical Records and Statistics; Medical Statistical Data.
WHEELER J W - - 1964
An aldehyde, trans-2-dodecenal, heretofore known only from plants, has been identified in the defensive secretion of the spiroboloid millipede Rhinocricus insulatus. A second component, 2-methyl-1,4-quinone, was previously known from the secretion of related millipedes.
SCHADE F F - - 1960
In the organization for dealing with medical disaster, the region is in an intermediary position, between the State Disaster Office and the operational areas. Regional functions are largely those of coordinating the activities of the areas, and are based upon directives and plans from the state level. The regional medical ...
MCCANN W S - - 1952
A wider concept of disease is developing, which deals with the social environment, not only with the physical, chemical or ecological factors, as they affect the homeostasis of the internal environment of the organism. In such a concept it is the fitness of the whole personality which determines ease or ...
Office of the Surgeon, ...
Document is a report of personal investigation on October 13 and 14 by medical officers on sanitary conditions, changes necessary in military medicine under combat conditions on Guadalcanal, special medical problems, and other miscellaneous intelligence.
Bridge J C - - 1933
Recognized specific risks of industry considered.Under Section 73, Factory and Workshop Act, certain diseases contracted in a factory or workshop are notifiable by medical practitioners to the Chief Inspector of Factories.Lead poisoning, epitheliomatous and chrome ulceration and anthrax-considered in detail.Effects of inhalation of dust in the causation of silicosis and ...
Rippon T S - - 1928
(I) THEORY: Rivers' theory of the "danger instincts" is a key to the problem of moral and prevention of war neuroses. (II) CAUSES OF WAR NEUROSES: These are believed to be largely mental, e.g., conflict between the instinct of self-preservation and the sense of duty. (III) INSTINCT OF SELF-PRESERVATION: This ...
Simon, John
by John Simon, medical officer of health to the City of London ...
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