Issue: Winter 2008 Vol. 3 - Issue 4
Scientific Reports
–Michael R. Ripchinski, M.D. and Dwight O. Eichelberger, M.D.
Electronic Medical Records are coming, whether by choice or by mandate. Here's what you need to know about choosing and using them.
–Charles H. Rodenberger, M.D.
Quality of life improves with more frequent and prolonged dialysis than the standard in-center regimen, but is logistically impractical. Home hemodialysis makes it feasible.
–John C. Schantz, M.D.
Breast cancer is now treated with more limited surgical resections, which makes breast reconstruction feasible in most cases. These are the options and the methods.
–Janine Castle, Ph.D
Postpartum blues are very common but need not lead to depression. Early detection and management can help prevent progression to longer and more serious disability.
In the World of Medicine, It's Always Change We Can Believe In
–Lawrence I. Bonchek, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.C.
Achieving 100% Patient Satisfaction; What Should the Physician Do?
–Christopher T. Addis, M.D.
Medicine is a Service Profession But We Cannot Ignore Economics
–Lawrence I. Bonchek, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.C.
Tunneled Catheter Placement in the Management of Malignant Ascites and Pleural Effusions
–Leigh S. Shuman, M.D.
II. Dilemmas at the Beginning of Life: Biomedical Ethics in the Newborn
–Christopher M. O'Connor, Esq. and Kevin N. Lorah, M.D.
Fructose – A Major Cause of the Obesity, Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome Epidemic
–Alan S. Peterson, M.D.
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