The profound and uplifting memoir about the patients who changed one doctor's life Tom Templeton. general practice, from A & E to internal medicine, from geriatrics to ... Author's Note 34 Patients tells the stories inspired by patients.
Author: Tom Templeton
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Discover the profound and moving portrait of one doctor's life and work in the NHS 'Wonderful - insightful and compassionate' Dr Richard Shepherd, bestselling author of Unnatural Causes ________ They can't teach you how to be a doctor at medical school . . . As a junior doctor, Dr Tom Templeton learnt how to do his job from books, professors and other doctors and nurses. But the most important lessons - tolerance, kindness, resilience and bravery - he learnt from his patients. Here, he shares the stories of just 34, and how they changed his life while he was helping theirs. From a stillbirth to the old woman who lived a century, from the inhabitants of stately homes to the homeless, these stories whether heartwarming or heartbreaking, funny or tragic, are always inspiring and illuminating. We are all patients, but discover for the first time how the doctors see us . . . ________ 'An admirably told story' Spectator 'Informative and personal, humbling and healing' Observer
2 patients had implantation of Dorsal Column Stimulators with relief of pain. 20 of the 34 patients (59 % ) had good results from re-operative surgery. Clinical features, etiol- ogy, and myelographie appearances are discuss- ed and ...
The subsequent 34 patients were treated using a lenient and flexible behavioural programme . After an initial week of bed - rest , a contract was made with each patient to gain a minimum of 1 .
Author: P. Pichot
The purpose of the World Psychiatric Association is to coordinate the activities of its Member Societies on a wor1d-~ide scale and to advance enquiry into the etiology, pathology, and treatment of mental illness. To further this purpose, the Association organizes mono- or mu1tithematic Regional Symposia in different parts of the world twice a year, and World Congresses dealing with all individual fields of psychiatry once every five or six years. Between these meetings the continuation of the Association's scientific work is assured through the activities of its specialty sections, each covering an important field of psychiatry. The programs of the World Congresses reflect on the one hand the intention to present the coordinating functions of the Association and on the other to open a broad platform for a free exchange of views. Thus, the VII World Congress of Psychiatry, held in Vienna from July 11 to 16, 1983, was composed of two types of scientific events - those structured by the Association and those left to the initiative of the participants. The first type comprised Plenary Sessions, planned by the Scientific Program Committee, and Section Symposia, organized by the WPA sections; the second embraced Free Symposia, free papers, video sessions, and poster presentations prepared by the participants. Altogether, 10 Plenary Sessions, 52 Section Symposia, and 105 Free Symposia took place, and 78 free papers and poster sessions and 10 video sessions were held.
Take T.P.R. of 34 patients. 7.30 „ —Chart T.P.R. 7.45 „ — Pour medicines and give. Chart medicines. Interrupted during charting to go with the doctor while he examines patient. Doctor writes order for "foments to abdomen Q.I.H. — S.S. ...
Author: George Moir Weir
1. Background 2. Historical Sidelights and Evolutionary Tendencies 3. Is Nursing a Profession? 4. The private Duty Nurse 5. The Institutional Nurse 6. The Institutional Nurse 7. The Public Health Nurse 8. The Superintendent of Nurses 9. The Student Nurse 10. Intelligence of Student Nurses 11. The Nurse and the Medical Profession 12. Instructors of Student Nurses 13. The Training School 14. Nursing Registries 15. Methods of Teaching and Learning 16. The Examination System 17. The Curriculum 18. Does the Nurse Need to be Educated 19. The Appraisal of the Patient 20. The Nurse and the Public 21. Supply and Demand 22. Some Administrative Costs 23. The State and Public Health 25. Control and Supervision Appendices.
METHODS Lipids and HDL constituents of sera from 10 normal subjects (6 males and 4 females) and 34 patients with chronic liver diseases were analyzed. The normal controls were not receiving drug therapy and ...
The catheters were removed as soon as pus ceased to drain. Systemic antibiotics were continued for 4–6 weeks and anti-epileptic prophylaxis for 6 months. Results The series comprises 34 patients (24 males) with a mean age of 25.2 years ...
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Patients treated for other diseases: Pneumonia 5, Influenza 49, Heart 41, Malaria 30, Diabetese 2, Pellagra 0, ... Will Heart 1/25/34 Jones, Charlie Pneumonia 5/15/34 Crocker, John W. Heart 6/25/34 Patients given Typhoid Vaccine .
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Dr. Combes ' Sanitarium has capacity for , and is licensed to receive , 18 men and 16 women , in all 34 patients . Although the terms of our license permit us to take voluntary patients , none have been admitted during the year .
Thus, among 6 patients with MEN 2 and PH who had had MN determinations and various provocative tests, Carney of al. ... as urinary MN excretion in 34 patients with PH, and found that the sensitivities of NPY, adrenaline, noradrenaline, ...
MabC7 staining in 34 surgical specimens of EOSCC (Stages I and II) collected from the tongue and floor of the mouth from 34 patients (29 men and 5 women) was examined. The clinical stage was evaluated according to the TNM classification ...
 reported 34 patients with resolving curves followed through maturity and found that none progressed during the adolescent growth spurt. Of the 34, 20 were treated with an orthosis, and no children had significant disabilities ...
Author: Behrooz A. Akbarnia
The second edition of The Growing Spine has been extensively revised to cover recent advances in knowledge and management. The book is intended as a comprehensive, one-stop reference for specialists and health professionals who care for young children with spinal deformities. In addition, it will effectively help to standardize the care of these patients. Depending on the etiology, children with spinal deformities are often cared for by multiple specialists, including pediatricians, pediatric orthopaedists or orthopaedic spine surgeons, neurologists, pediatric surgeons, pediatric neurosurgeons, oncologists, and pulmonologists. The multidisciplinary nature of care is reflected in The Growing Spine, which will be of value for all involved practitioners rather than just orthopaedic specialists. It will also be an ideal reference for nurses, physical therapists, and healthcare professionals in training, who are usually unfamiliar with spinal deformities in children.
Researchers therefore extended observations on patients to 2 yr. to monitor subsequent changes in retinal status. The progression of retinopathy was reevaluated at 2 yr. in 64 of the 68 patients. Twenty-three of the 34 patients in the ...
Only 34 patients received consolidation treatment with arsenic and bismuth after the penicillin ; 18 of these had received no treatment before penicillin , and 16 fell in the late symptomatic group and were selected on the basis of ...
Computed tomography scans were positive in 35 patients (34%), of which 22 underwent laparotomy and 19 (86%) were therapeutic. Of those patients with negative CT scans, 97% (67/69) were successfully managed nonoperatively.
Author: Peter F. Mahoney
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Ballistic Trauma: A Practical Guide provides a concise guide to the clinical and operational issues surrounding the management of the ballistic casualty. The book crystallizes the knowledge and experience accrued by those dealing with ballistic trauma on a regular basis and extends this to those who have to manage these patients on an occasional basis only. This book is aimed at all medical and paramedical personnel involved in the care of patients with ballistic injury. It will be especially relevant for consultants and senior trainees in surgery, anesthesia and emergency medicine who are likely to be involved in the management of these unique injuries. It will be an essential reference for pre-hospital care providers and nurses working in the emergency room and intensive care. Military surgeons and medical and nursing staff on deployment in regions of conflict will find the book a valuable resource.
This was ascribed to tobramycin in 34 patients. Among patients surviving for 12 hours or more after start of treatment, only one patient on immunosuppressive therapy failed to respond. The only lasting complication was a moderate ...
(2001) revealed that MT expression was found in 7 out of 34 (20.6%) patients with primary colorectal cancer, but MT was not detected in any of the cases of liver metastases (Table 3). Therefore, Hishikawa et al.