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Volume 34, Number 5

June 2005

Lessons in Case Management for the Physician

The emergence and rapid proliferation of case management programmes, quality improvement projects, and continuous improvement plans is a prominent feature of the medical landscape...

After the Indian Ocean Tsunami: Singapore’s Contribution to the International Disaster Victim Identification Effort in Thailand

The now much-discussed tsunami of 26 December 2004, attributed to a massive undersea earthquake (magnitude of 9 on the Richter scale) that occurred off...

Grief Revisited

More than 225,000 people across Asia perished in the cataclysmic tsunami unleashed by the Indian Ocean earthquake on 26 December 2004. At this point...

Review of Children Hospitalised for Ingestion and Poisoning at a Tertiary Centre

Childhood ingestion and poisoning is an important problem in many countries,1-8 and accounts for a significant workload for emergency department consultations and hospital admissions.9,10...

The Prevention of Neuroma Formation by Diathermy: An Experimental Study in the Rat Common Peroneal Nerve

Neuroma formation in extremity amputations, particularly finger amputations, can be extremely disabling. There have been many methods advocated for the prevention and management of...