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Classification of migraine or vertigo based only on clinical symptoms is rather difficult, especially in the postacute stage. The use of diagnostic instrumentation greatly aids clinicians in offereing objective measures of patient physiology. In migraine and vertigo, the "gold standard" objective measure has not been fully defined thereby hindering a criteria for vestibular migraine. This study proposes the use of two seperate modalities; infrared videonystagraphy for vertigo and electric pain thresholds for migraine to quantify patient complaints...
June 2003: Neurological Sciences
J A Engels, A J van der Beek, J W van der Gulden
OBJECTIVES: To fit a model which describes the complex interaction between various work-related factors and both musculoskeletal and psychosomatic complaints of nurses simultaneously and to compare the results with those of two LISREL models, in which the health outcome variables are analyzed separately in terms of their correlation with the same set of work-related factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Nurses (n=718) working in four Dutch nursing homes completed a questionnaire about work-related factors and musculoskeletal and psychosomatic complaints (response 81%)...
November 1998: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health
J M Gérard
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October 1981: Revue Médicale de Bruxelles
V Tobiasch, O Mansour
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May 1970: Zeitschrift Für Kreislaufforschung
W Doering, E König, W Sturm
In 1148 cases the serum digoxin concentration (SDC) was correlated with the extracardiac signs of digitalis intoxication. There is a considerably overlap of SDC levels of patients with and without extracardiac signs of toxicity even though the mean SDC's of these two groups differ significantly. An increasing percentage of clinical intoxicated patients with increasing SDC levels was found at digoxin concentrations of 2.0 ng/ml and higher. At lower SDC levels patients with and without extracardiac signs of digitalis intoxication did not differ significantly in their mean SDC but in mean age and in mean creatinine concentration indicating that at least part of the symptoms in these patients might be due to a more severe illness...
March 1977: Zeitschrift Für Kardiologie
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