Amanda Morrice

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INTRODUCTION Vasoactive drugs (e.g. inotropes), namely adrenaline and noradrenaline, are frequently used in critical care to maintain cardiovascular function. This is achieved by ensuring that a continuous infusion of the vasoactive drug is administered so that when one infusion is about to finish another infusion is commenced. This is known as "double(More)
The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of level one patients and to explore how these differed from the other levels of care (zero and two). The study was conducted in two parts. Firstly, general adult in-patients (n=351) on the day of study were classified using the Intensive Care Society (ICS) Levels of Care. Secondly, a sample(More)
Alcohol use among college students is of interest to clinicians and researchers. The results of such studies depend on the quality and nature of the measures used. The literature includes a wide variety of operational definitions of drinking patterns, making difficult comparisons across studies. For 109 men and 83 women attending college this paper provides(More)
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