Anders Dahlström

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AIM To study the effects of postnatal exposure to nicotine on the regulation of heart rate and blood pressure in infants. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Thirty-eight mother-infant pairs were studied. Twenty nonsmoking and 18 smoking (2-20 cigarettes per day) mothers were included. All infants were healthy, exclusively breastfed and their postnatal age was 6 weeks.(More)
On many newborns in Sweden routine samples of blood are taken from the umbilical cord after birth to measure the acid-base balance. These tests were introduced with the aim to objectively measure the well-being and stress levels of the newborn. The information was to be used as a measurement of quality of care, for research and as a tool to help guide(More)
Learning sciences, especially when connected to developing new educational technology, have characteristics of design sciences. It can be argued that design sciences require methodological and theoretical outlook which differs from traditional models of science (Simon 1997). One central way of developing new methodological solutions is the use of design(More)
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