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The odd man out. Three patients with duodenal ulceration.

  • Vorderman, Carol
Date
1989
  • Videos

About this work

Description

A one-off box set along the lines of The Clinico-Pathological Conference (CPC) series of programmes designed to provide the pharmaceutical industry who sponsored their production with educational material to promote discussion with the medical profession. Two of the three patients would benefit from treatment with Ranitidine (brand name Zantac); one won't. The video series gives the viewer the opportunity to decide which patient and video to watch.

Publication/Creation

1989.

Physical description

4 videocassettes (10 min./6 min./6 min./5 min.) (VHS) : sound, colour

Notes

There is video disturbance at about 9 minutes into the first tape. Video disturbance also appears at the beginning of video 3.

Creator/production credits

Allied Division, Glaxo Laboratories Ltd. Glaxo wish to thank Dr F. I. Lee for his help and participation in this programme. Directed by Simon Nicholas. Little King Productions Ltd.
Presented by Carol Vorderman.

Contents

1/4 Introduction to Programme Video 1 is an outline of the case histories as told by friends, family and their GPs. Patient one, Mr Jameson, is an elderly retiree who really needs a hip replacement but whose overall health is declining. Mr Michael O'Gorman is in his twenties; he has a history of dyspepsia; as do his family (he is characterised as a hard drinking Glaswegian who is a Ranger supporter). Finally, Joan Wright, has intermittent digestive problems, she had an ulcer. She collapsed after a bout of the flu and after taking over the counter flu medicine containing aspirin. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:11:00:00 Length: 00:11:00:00
2/4 Patient 1 - John Jameson Video 2 for Mr John Jameson if he was your choice as the 'odd man out'. He has an obstructive airways disease. Even with this various health conditions, it is decided that he is a candidate for the treatment. Joan Wright is also suitable. Michael O'Gorman is the odd man out and he should be encouraged to make some lifestyle changes, especially relating to smoking. He is considered to be non-compliant and not able to follow a treatment regime. An operation may be the best option. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:07:00:00 Length: 00:07:00:00
3/4 Patient 2 - Joan Wright Video 3 for Joan Wright if she was your choice as the 'odd man out'. She has recovered well with treatment. Mr Jameson has an obstructive airways disease. Even with these various health conditions, it is decided that he is a candidate for the treatment. Michael O'Gorman is the odd man out and he should be encouraged to make some lifestyle changes, especially relating to smoking. There is a family history of duodenal ulcers. He is considered to be non-compliant and not able to follow a treatment regime. An operation may be the best option. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:07:00:00 Length: 00:07:00:00
4/4 Patient 3 - Michael Gorman Video 4 for Michael O'Gorman if he was your choice as the 'odd man out' (the correct answer). Dr F. I. Lee recaps on the other patients; John Jameson with an obstructive airways disease. Even with this various health conditions, it is decided that he is a candidate for the treatment. Joan Wright is also suitable. Mr Gorman is the odd man out and he should be encouraged to make some lifestyle changes, especially relating to smoking. There is a family history of duodenal ulcers. He is considered to be non-compliant and not able to follow a treatment regime. An operation may be the best option. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:05:00:00 Length: 00:05:00:00

Copyright note

Glaxo Laboratories Ltd.
Master.
Submaster.
Access copy.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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