Methods The values of serum CA242 were detected from collecting 3185 outpatients and inpatients excluding the results of repetition and of malignant tumors, and from collecting 946 patients with malignant tumors.
Meanwhile, a epidemiological survey was carried out in the subjects. Results The positive rate of L. pneumophila antibody in normal population was 4 63%(41/885), 12 70%(8/63) in practitioners of special industries, and 4 00%(2/50) in in patients suffering pulmonary diseases.
METHODS: Twenty_eight hospitalized patients [M 16, F 12; age (64±s 11) a] with mild to moderate CHF were treated with diltiazem 30_50 mg in 5 % glucose injection 250 mL or 0.9 % sodium chloride injection 250 mL, iv, drip, qd for 10 d.
Methods: JEV-IgM in serum and cerebrospinal fluid were detected by antibody capture method in 182 in-patients with Japanese encephalitis and the relationship between JEV-IgM and duration, age, type of disease was analyzed.
Results: A 44-year-old man presented himself at our inpatient department with somnolence and dizziness as his initial symptoms.
This paper considers the influence of the overall value-system of an inpatient psychiatric setting on the behavior of patients in group psychotherapy.
Past inpatient admission was correlated with the greatest severity and handicap of all.5.Fewer agoraphobic women were employed than in the general population.
The selection of areas was based on data relating to 10,653 people who were admitted to both public and private inpatient mental institutions from July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961.
Whereas all three groups use pharmacological treatments approximately to the same extent, neuropsychiatrists resort to inpatient treatment significantly more often and also more often use psychotherapeutic methods.
Methodological issues in comparing hospitalized patients across culture lines were discussed and the findings reported were traced to the interacting factors of patient behavior, community judgment, psychiatric impression, and hospital influence.
This report concerns the German part of a crosscultural study of hospitalized patients diagnosed psychotic.
Observers were shown videotaped interviews of three hospitalized patients, all referred for ECT.
With the newly emerging subspecialty of rehabilitation-community psychiatry in Hong Kong, it is expected that large numbers of chronically hospitalized patients will enter rehabilitation programmes.
Pulmonary embolism is a common event in hospitalized patients.