John Bodkin Adams

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John Bodkin Adams

An Irish-born British GP (1899–1983) and suspected serial killer. More than 160 of his patients—132 of whom left him money or items in their will—died under suspicious circumstances.
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Dr. Adams makes his earliest and perhaps most important appearance in "Indian Camp," the opening story of In Our Time (1925) and one of the most highly praised of Hemingway's stories.
“We are very excited to have Dr. Adams join our staff,” said Madeira Optical owner Malinda Pence.
About 20% of the patients were found to be grade A patients, based on the revised Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) released in December 2011, about 10% were grade B patients, about 20% were grade C patients, and about 50% were grade D patients, according to Dr. Adams of the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio.
This raises the possibility--as yet not examined in a clinical trial--that treating anxiety in patients with COPD might reduce rehospitalization, noted Dr. Adams of the University of Texas, San Antonio.
Minor malformations include midface and digital hypoplasia, according to Dr. Adams, who is a professor of psychology at the University of Massachusetts.
Dr. Adams of the department of dermatology at the University of Cincinnati discussed ways to prevent a number of sports-related dermatoses, including:
(3) He certainly remembered the journal itself, as JAMA appears in both "Indian Camp," when Dr. Adams speaks about "the medical journal" (CSS 69; my emphasis), and "The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife," in the passage cited above (CSS 75).
"Hospitals really are going to have a challenge, because as we continue to do this good work, the number of people who are going to roll through [hospital] doors is going to decrease," Dr. Adams said.
Rates of high LDL cholesterol and triglycerides followed the same pattern, Dr. Adams and his colleagues wrote (JAMA 2012;308:1122-31).
are excited that Dr. Adams and his support staff at the newly acquired clinic are staying on board with us, building on their tenure and long-standing relationships they have developed within Marshall and the surrounding communities.”
It was largely a matter of making ourselves available, being where e patient needed to be, without disturbing defenses or adaptive mechanisms, Dr. Adams said.