Welcome to the Resource Section of Hampton Health, Ltd.™ Here you will find Dr. John Fullerton's contribution to medical and expert witness texts, resource information (primarily focused on Geriatric medicine) and additional information from Hampton Health, Ltd.™ useful to individuals, patients and families.
Respiratory Disease in the Immunosuppressed Host by James H. Shelhamer
Medical text and reference book Resiratory Disease in the Immunosuppressed Host -
Chapter 12 - Pulmonary Function Tests by Robert J. Fallat and John Fullerton
J. B. Lippincott © 1991
How to Write An Expert Witness Report by James J. Mangraviti, Jr. Esq., Steven Babitsky, Esq. and Nadine Nasser Donovan, Esq. (John H. Fullerton, MD - Chapter 11)
"Dear John ~ Jim, Nadine and I want to thank you for your assistance with this book."
Steven Babitsky, Esq., President, SEAK, Inc.
After SEAK, Inc. authors culled through thousands of expert reports nation-wide, they settled on seventeen expert reports as models for their new text How to Write An Expert Witness Report, including Chapter 11: How to Best Rebut Opposing Experts' Opinions, utilizing Dr. John H. Fullerton's submission 'Rebuttal Expert Report', his favorite "best practices-type" example of the most demanding type of expert report.
SEAK, Inc. is the world's leading provider of Expert Witness training and texts.
Medscape Education Clinical Briefs provides continuing medical education to physicians. Medscape, LLC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
Long Term Survival in Elderly Trauma Patients by Dean Gubler, DO, MPH; Robert Davis, MD, MPH; Thomas Koepsell, MD, MPH; Robert Soderberg; Ronald V. Maier, MD; Frederick P. Rivara, MD, MPH
The largest study to date that examines the long term outcome of an injured geriatric population. It demonstrates that elderly patients have a markedly increased risk for death following injury and that, even among those who survive for extended periods after injury, the risk for death remains high compared with the noninjured elderly population.
Involuntary Weight Loss and Protein-Energy Malnutrition: Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr. Robert H. Demling
From the Medscape Education Clinical Briefs, Dr. Robert H. Demling Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Director of Trauma-Burns and Critical Care at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston, MA writes that despite major advances in medicine, involuntary weight loss and protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) remain major health problems in high-risk populations. Yet, these disorders often go undiagnosed until severe complications [as in spontaneous pressure ulcers] result, at which time treatment is much more complex.
Launched during April 4-6, 2008 in Chicago, the Consensus Panel: Skin Changes At Life´s End (SCALE) brought together clinicians, caregivers, medical researchers, legal experts, academicians and leaders of professional organizations to examine the issues surrounding end-of-life (EOL) skin changes.
In a forum made possible by an educational grant from Gaymar Industries, Inc., the panel discussed the nature of EOL skin changes - including the Kennedy Terminal Ulcer - and possible definitions; the need to educate clinicians and the public on the social, legal and financial ramifications of this condition; and suggested research into the etiology, diagnosis and recommended pathways of care.
Issued October 2009
How to Cut Your Risk of Memory Loss by David S. Martin, CNN
- Doctors who specialize in the aging brain say that dementia is not inevitable
- Making positive lifestyle changes earlier in life can lessen your chances, they say
- Alzheimer's is perhaps the best known and most feared form of dementia
- Even moderate exercise can actually increase the size of the brain's hippocampus
CNN - November 9, 2011
Guidelines provided by Hospice by the Bay, the second oldest hospice in the nation founded in 1975. Hospice By The Bay serves Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Sonoma counties providing high-quality, compassionate, end-of-life care for patients and support to family members and caregivers.
A preferred and humanitarian approach to palliative care, providing "comfort feeding" to patients with dementia by Roni Caryn Robin.
NY Times - August 2, 2010
The American Medical Association Caregiver Health Self-Assessment Questionnaire helps caregivers analyze their own behavior and health risks and, with their physician's help, make decisions that will benefit both the caregiver and the patient. In turn, it enables physicians to identify and provide preventive services to an at-risk but hidden population and improve communication and enhance the physician-family caregiver health partnership.
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