(Why the first 30 are starred out?)
What’s going on here?
It’s probably because your page is encoded with ISO 8859-15 (LATIN_1), whereas your data is encoded with UTF-8.
By default, PHP will try to interpret data coming from the browser, and if it doesn’t know how to interpret the encoding it uses, then it will replace the characters with question marks.
If you want to disable the first 30 characters, try:
$data = mb_decode($data, “UTF-8”, “UTF-8”);
Usually, if you’re filtering data, you can use a PHP function that will convert the data to UTF-8 (as Cesar Torres mentioned), like this:
mb_convert_encoding($data, ‘UTF-8’, ‘ISO-8859-15’);
If the data is already UTF-8 or if the encoding doesn’t matter, you can skip the mb_convert_encoding part. You just need to enable utf8_general_ci:
$db_collation = ‘utf8_general_ci’;
[Correlations between the levels of lipid peroxide in human arterial tissue and atherosclerosis].
To evaluate the diagnostic values of arterial tissue lipid peroxide levels in atherosclerosis, lipid peroxide levels in carotid and abdominal aortic wall tissue in 31 cases of stable angina pectoris were examined. The results showed that lipid peroxide levels in abdominal aorta (5.98 +/- 1.78 micrograms.g-1) and carotid artery (4.76 +/- 1.28 micrograms.g-1) were significantly higher than that in the normal abdominal aorta (1.49 +/- 0.62 micrograms.g-1, P 0.05). There was significant negative correlation between the lipid peroxide level in abdominal aorta and the grade of atherosclerosis (r = -0.733, P 0.05). Therefore, lipid
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Category:Windows softwarePsychiatric complaints in patients referred to a medical emergency department.
Patients with mental health problems are referred to the emergency department (ED) for medical assessment and treatment. However, psychiatric symptoms are often not diagnosed and treated appropriately. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether psychiatric patients referred to a medical emergency department for medical assessment are treated according to international psychiatric treatment guidelines and whether they are hospitalized. We prospectively included patients who were referred to the ED of the St. Antonius Hospital from February 1, 2005 to October 31, 2005. The patients were interviewed using the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview (MINI). In addition, the ED physicians completed the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview Patient (MINI-P). Of the 636 included patients, 75% suffered from an affective, 20% from a psychotic disorder, and 5% from a substance use disorder. Most of the patients (86%) were admitted to the ED. Patients with affective disorders were less often admitted than patients with psychotic disorders (P = 0.03). More than half of the included patients did not receive an adequate mental health evaluation prior to referral to the ED. Further, only a minority of patients referred to the ED was hospitalized. Patients suffering from affective disorders seem to be undertreated. However, we were not able to demonstrate a difference in treatment between patients suffering from a psychotic disorder and substance use disorder. We conclude that substantial problems exist in the treatment of referred patients. }
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