[beta]-hCG of 2000 mlU/mL is an optimum cut-off value for selecting potential cases for medical failure
using the single dose approach as cases with initial Sr.
Many psychiatrists don't understand the hormonal fluctuations in women, and treat them as if they are men - it's a scandalous medical failure
.' The average age to go through the menopause is 51, but the perimenopause can begin 10 years before.
It's a scandalous medical failure
, the treatment of depression in premenopausal women."
Part one explores disease as medical failure
and the pursuit of health.
Dalglish has kept silent regarding his transfer dealings, but he felt confident enough yesterday to confirm only a medical failure
will prevent Downing moving to Anfield.
It includes several chapters originally published in 1998-2004, two chapters from his book All God's Mistakes: Genetic Counselling in a Pediatric Hospital (1992), one chapter from Forgive and Remember: Managing Medical Failure
(1979), and an added appendix from the second edition (2003).
Exploring what we mean by "giving up" leads to dealing with emotional attachment to the patient and family, or the concept of medical failure
and learning how to deal with end-of-life care.
Here are case examples for two of the more common types of medical negligence in trauma care: surgical failure and medical failure
The death of a patient is often considered a medical failure
and quality of end-of life care is often unsatisfactory for both patients and families.
Death is not necessarily a medical failure
; conversely, causing or allowing a bad death is not only a medical failure
, but also an ethical breakdown.
While the author points out repeatedly that nursing home residents are poorly served when death is viewed as a medical failure
instead of the final season of life, his own failure to offer concrete proposals to improve nursing home care may disappoint some readers.
Davis reported a 65% success rate and a medical failure
/ surgery rate of 35%.