Archived Articles

by Desmond Allen

 

Topics

  1. Christian and Biblical Issues

  2. Medical Science Issues

  3. Naturopathic Issues

  4. Miscellaneous Issues

 


Christian and Biblical Issues

Apologia: Introduction to Critics in Modern Christendom

Love and Marriage

Science, Faith and Logic

The Church, Then And Now

The Church and Socio-Political Activism

Modern Laodicea

Health and Wealth Gospel

Judeo-Christian Theology vs World Religions

Reality, What Is It

 

 

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Medical Science Issues

Ventilator Protocols: Setup, Maintenance, Weaning and ARDS

BiPAP Protocols: Setup, Maintenance, Weaning

“The Undiscovered Art of Medical Diagnosis,” Conscious Living Web-Site, Sep 2000. 

“Ventilation/Perfusion Abnormalities Often go Undetected in the Critically Ill,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Mar 11, 1991, vol 4, No 10.

“How to Avoid the Intubation Blues,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Aug 17, 1992, vol 8, No 33.

Open Letter to AARP President Jennie Chin Hansen, RN, MS, FAAN

 “It’s Time for Respiratory Therapists to Return to Their Roots,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Oct 16, 2000, vol 13, No 21.

“RCPs Need ACLS Training,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Jul 15, 1991, vol 4, No 28.

 “The Unsung Medical Heroes,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Jan 28, 1991, vol 4, No 4.

Critical review Effect of "Endotracheal suctioning on cerebral oxygenation in traumatic brain-injured patients. Mary E. Kerr, RN, PhD, FAAN; Barbara B, Weber, RN, MS; Susan M. Sereika, PhD; Joseph Darby, MD; Donald W. Marion, MD; Patricia A. Orndoff, RN, MEd. Crit Care Med 1999; 27 (12): 2776-2781.  Reviewed for the Pennsylvania Society of Respiratory Care Practitioners, Sep 1999.

Critical Review of “Oxygenation in status asthmaticus improves during ventilation with helium-oxygen.” Edward M. Schaeffer, BA. Crit Care Med 1999; 27 (12): 2666-2670.  Reviewed for the Pennsylvania Society of Respiratory Care Practitioners, Sep 1999.

Critical Review of “Prospective Multicenter Study of Relapse Following Treatment for Acute Asthma Among Adults Presenting to the Emergency Department." Charles L. Emerman, MD; Prescott G Woodruff, MD; Rita K. Cydulka, MD; Michail A Gibbs, MD; Charles V. Pollack, Jr., MD; and Carlos A. Camargo, Jr., DrPH, FCCP; on behalf of the MARC Investigators. CHEST 1999; 115 (4): 919‑927. Reviewed for the Pennsylvania Society of Respiratory Care Practitioners, Sep 1999.

“Some Easy Steps Will Return Us to Our Roots,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Oct 30, 2000, vol 13, No 22.

 “Noninvasive Bi-level Ventilation,” Resp Care, Oct, 1999, vol 44, No 10.

 “A Clinical Evaluation of the Allen-Bean Bi-level Index used to Identify Candidates for Long-Term Bi-level Therapy,” Resp Care, 1999, vol 44, No 10.

 “What Does the Future Hold for Respiratory Care?” Adv Resp Care Prac, Jun 28, 1993, vol 6, No 26.

 

 “Minimal Competency -The Art of Medicine Lags Behind the Science of Medicine,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Mar 30, 1992, vol 5, No13.

 

 

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Naturopathic Issues

 “Asthma: Alternative Healthcare for Traditional Healthcare Professionals,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Mar 12, 2001, vol 14, No 5.

 “Allopathic Verses Holistic Medicine: Alternative Healthcare for Traditional Healthcare Professionals,” Adv Resp Care Prac, Feb 12, 2001, vol 14, No 3.

"Alternative Healthcare for Traditional Healthcare Professionals," Adv Resp Care Prac, Feb 12, 2001, vol 14, No 3.

"Controlling Hypertension Without Synthetic Medications," Adv Resp Care Prac, 2001.

"Gout: Alternative Healthcare for Traditional Healthcare Professionals," Adv Resp Care Prac, 2001.

"Sinusitis: Alternative Healthcare for Traditional Healthcare Professional," Adv Resp Care Prac, 2001.

Detoxification and Avoidance Diet

Alternative Maintenance Treatment for Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

An Introductory Outline to The Biological Effect of Electromagnetic Polarity at the Cellular Level

 

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Miscellaneous Issues

“Billiards in the 2004 Olympic Games,” Seattle, WA: Billiard Gazette, 1997.

Introduction to Mastering The Elements of Chess Theory - Concise Instructions from Patzer to Master

 

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