Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association
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Endograft repair of type B aortic dissection with three-year follow-up.
Type B aortic dissections have remained a difficult management problem. Open surgical techniques have had a very high perioperative mortality, and medical management has not produced satisfactory long-term results. Endovascular grafting techniques may provide a favorable alternative therapy. However...
The fat fair.
Establishing a hospital program to improve antimicrobial use, control bacterial resistance and contain healthcare costs: the University of L...
Antimicrobials have been used in excess for decades. As a result, antimicrobial resistance and cost have increased. In response to this growing national problem, hospital antimicrobial teams were recom-mended in 1988, but few institutions have invested in comprehensive, interdisciplinary programs. T...
From exenteration to elimination: notes from a personal journal.
What's with the bail-out?
SLC brings MA health care to KY.
Increasing awareness of obesity as a treatable medical condition.
To estimate the prevalence of overweight and obesity in a population comprised of patients seen at two local primary care clinics and to evaluate the management of this epidemic in a primary care setting. Patient medical charts from two urban community clinics in Louisville, Kentucky, were reviewed...
Intimate partner violence against older women in Kentucky.
Tolerance...can be a respiratory dilemma.