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Contagious Horror: Infectious Themes in Fiction and Film.

Jeffrey S Sartin,

Infectious diseases have been a preeminent part of literature since the earliest human writings. In particular, they have contributed greatly to the genre of horror-written or visual art intended to startle or scare. Horror fiction has emphasized infectious themes from the earliest Babylonian and Hebrew texts. In medieval times, stories ... Read more >>

Clin Med Res (Clinical medicine & research)
[2019, 17(1-2):41-46]

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Contagious rhythm: infectious diseases of 20th century musicians.

Jeffrey S Sartin,

Infectious diseases have led to illness and death for many famous musicians, from the classical period to the rock 'n' roll era. By the 20th century, as public health improved and orchestral composers began living more settled lives, infections among American and European musicians became less prominent. By mid-century, however, ... Read more >>

Clin Med Res (Clinical medicine & research)
[2010, 8(2):106-113]

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Implementing CAP guidelines: impediments and opportunities.

Jeffrey S Sartin, Terri E Rydmark, Jane E Robinson, Marilyn A Michels,

<h4>Context</h4>The implementation of guidelines for treatment of Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) has been proposed as a quality improvement and cost-saving strategy, though the effectiveness of several recommendations has yet to be confirmed through clinical trials. We sought to analyze the development and implementation of guidelines at our hospital, and to identify ... Read more >>

WMJ (WMJ : official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin)
[2007, 106(4):205-210]

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Gulf War Syndrome: the final chapter?

Jeffrey S Sartin,

Mayo Clin Proc (Mayo Clinic proceedings)
[2006, 81(11):1425-1426]

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A morphealike skin condition caused by Borrelia burgdorferi in an immunocompromised patient.

Jeffrey S Sartin, Kurt R Oettel,

Mayo Clin Proc (Mayo Clinic proceedings)
[2006, 81(9):1259-60, 1263]

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Gitmo revisited.

Jeffrey S Sartin,

WMJ (WMJ : official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin)
[2006, 105(5):13-14]

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High prevalence of genital mycoplasmas among sexually active young adults with urethritis or cervicitis symptoms in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Michael J Schlicht, Steven D Lovrich, Jeffrey S Sartin, Patricia Karpinsky, Steven M Callister, William A Agger,

Sexually active young adults in the small college town of La Crosse, Wisconsin, were evaluated for conventional sexually transmitted pathogens and tested for infections with mycoplasmas. The prevalence in 65 symptomatic men or women and 137 healthy volunteers (67 men and 70 women) was compared. Urine specimens from both cohorts ... Read more >>

J Clin Microbiol (Journal of clinical microbiology)
[2004, 42(10):4636-4640]

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HIV testing and privacy laws.

Jeffrey S Sartin, Sylvia Firary, William A Agger, James W Terman,

Clin Infect Dis (Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America)
[2005, 41(6):914; author reply 915]

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J. Marion Sims, the father of gynecology: hero or villain?

Jeffrey S Sartin,

J. Marion Sims (1813-1884) has been called the "Father of Gynecology" for his revolutionary approach to treating the diseases of women. He rose from humble origins to become a successful surgeon, teacher, and writer. His innovations included the first successful treatment for vesicovaginal fistula, the first gallbladder surgery, and the ... Read more >>

South Med J (Southern medical journal)
[2004, 97(5):500-505]

Cited: 7 times

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"Commissioned by God": Mother Bickerdyke during the Civil War.

Jeffrey S Sartin,

Mary Ann Bickerdyke, nurse, herbalist, and humanitarian, stood out as a singular figure during the American Civil War and afterward. She advocated nutrition and herbal medicines at a time when "heroic," if futile, treatments were often the rule. Her compassion toward ill soldiers was legendary and provided her with the ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2003, 168(10):773-777]

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