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Patients who experience this cough are often switched to angiotensin II receptor antagonists.
Patients who communicated with sign language before the onset of the aphasia experience analogous symptoms.
Patients who recover go on to say that they knew what they wanted to say but could not express themselves.
Some patients will be prescribed as much as 325 mg of methadone a day ; though a dose as low as 30 mg can prove fatal in an opiate naive individual, or in individuals who lack cross-tolerance to other opioids .. Patients prescribed Methadone for pain control, are likely to be given Methadone tablets, that come in the strength of 5mg in the Uk.
Patients who metabolize methadone rapidly, on the other hand, may require twice daily dosing to obtain sufficient symptom alleviation while avoiding excessive peaks and troughs in their blood concentrations and associated effects.
Patients who are diagnosed early and maintain a strict diet can have a normal life span with normal mental development.
Patients who recover from Wernicke ’ s aphasia report that, while aphasic, they found the speech of others to be unintelligible.
Patients who communicated using sign language before the onset of the aphasia experience analogous symptoms.
Patients who become ill usually experience fever, generalized weakness, back pain, dizziness, and weight loss at the onset of the illness.
* Class I Patients who require minor treatment and can return to duty in a short period of time.
Patients with diabetes who continued to take anti-diabetes drugs containing niacin did not experience major blood glucose changes.
Patients who survive an episode of botulism poisoning may have fatigue and shortness of breath for years and long-term therapy may be needed to aid their recovery.
Patients with lesions in Broca's area who exhibit agrammatical speech production also show inability to use syntactic information to determine the meaning of sentences.
Patients with Expressive aphasia, also known as Broca's aphasia, are individuals who know " what they want to say, they just cannot get it out.
Patients who undergo simple mastectomy can usually leave the hospital after a brief stay.
Patients who develop HUS often require prolonged hospitalization, dialysis, and long-term followup.
Patients who have family doctors belonging to these practices are able to have a doctor come to their home in extreme situations.
Patients who are most likely to benefit from the placement of an ICD are those with severe ischemic cardiomyopathy ( with systolic ejection fractions less than 30 %) as demonstrated by the MADIT-II trial.
Patients who undergo PAIR typically take albendazole or mebendazole from 7 days before the procedure until 28 days after the procedure.
Patients who choose to use smoking as a treatment should keep a record regarding smoking cessation and the onset or relapse of ulcerative colitis to verify associations.
Patients who are taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories ( NSAIDs ) may also be prescribed a prostaglandin analogue ( Misoprostol ) in order to help prevent peptic ulcers, which are a side-effect of the NSAIDs.
Patients who are stigmatised for their condition may experience depression and similar mood disorders.
Patients who regularly or frequently need to take short-acting β-agonists should consult their doctor, as such usage indicates uncontrolled asthma, and their routine medications may need adjustment.
Patients who experience swelling, bleeding or pain at the insertion site, develop fever, feel faint or weak, notice a change in temperature or color in the arm or leg that was used or have shortness of breath or chest pain should immediately seek medical advice.

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Patients expected to receive external beam radiation as part of their adjuvant treatment are also commonly considered for delayed autologous reconstruction due to significantly higher complication rates with tissue expander-implant techniques in those patients.
Patients are taught to say phrases using the natural melodic component of speaking and continuous voicing is emphasized.
Results: Patients ’ use of sentence types used in the TUF treatment will improve, subjects will generalize sentences of similar category to those used for treatment in TUF, and results are applied to real-world conversations with others.
Patients have normal cognition and are otherwise neurologically intact.
Patients not responding sufficiently to the first dose are sometimes given an additional radioiodine treatment, at a larger dose.
Patients with type 2 diabetes are often insulin resistant and, because of such resistance, may suffer from a " relative " insulin deficiency.
Patients are commonly treated with a combination of these drugs with an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor.
Patients taking Phenelzine are advised to notify their Psychiatrist prior to any dental treatment.
Patients are often given sedatives and non-opiate analgesics to cope with withdrawal symptoms.
Patients are often required to attend 10 hours or more of therapy per week, having their daily dose withheld ( thereby inducing withdrawal ) for failure to comply.
Patients are referred to nephrology specialists for various reasons, such as acute renal failure, chronic kidney disease, hematuria, proteinuria, kidney stones, hypertension, and disorders of acid / base or electrolytes.
* Patients with rheumatologic disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, systemic lupus erythematosus and polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis are at increased risk of osteoporosis, either as part of their disease or because of other risk factors ( notably corticosteroid therapy ).
Patients with larger amounts of cutaneous involvement are more likely to have involvement of the internal tissues and organs.
Patients with this form of amnesia, have intact ability to retain small amounts of information over short time scales ( up to 30 seconds ) but are dramatically impaired in their ability to form longer-term memories ( a famous example is patient HM ).
Patients with milder WNF are just as likely as those with more severe manifestations of neuroinvasive disease to experience multiple long term (> 1 + years ) somatic complaints such as tremor, and dysfunction in motor skills and executive functions.
Patients with milder illness are just as likely as patients with more severe illness to experience adverse outcomes.
Patients are often admitted on a voluntary basis, but involuntary commitment is practiced when an individual may pose a significant danger to themselves or others.
Patients with cancers that involve the skin, such as inflammatory cancer, are not candidates for skin-sparing mastectomy.
Patients are also instructed to abstain from food or drink ( an NPO order after midnight on the night before the procedure, to minimize the effect of stomach contents on pre-operative medications and reduce the risk of aspiration if the patient vomits during or after the procedure.

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