Andrea Ruskin

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BACKGROUND Cerebral injury is among the most common and disabling complications of open heart surgery. Attempts to provide neuroprotection have yielded conflicting results. We assessed the potential of propofol-induced burst suppression during open heart surgery to provide cerebral protection as determined by postoperative neuropsychologic function. (More)
for drug information, focusing on usability for a specific population—seniors. Qualitative, task-based interviews examined participants’ health information behaviors and documented search strategies using an existing database ( and a new prototype that uses similarity-based clustering of pill images for retrieval. Twelve participants (aged 65(More)