Andreas Bye

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The diagnosis of epilepsy is sometimes difficult in childhood. The events witnessed in children may be atypical and the interictal electroencephalogram (EEG) may be normal or contain non-specific abnormalities. The problems may be overcome by recording events on video-EEG telemetry. Over the first 18 months of this service, 82 patients were monitored--42(More)
The US Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Empirical Study (referred to as the US Study in the article) was conducted to confirm and expand on the insights developed from the International HRA Empirical Study (referred to as the International Study). Similar to the International Study, the US Study evaluated the performance of different HRA methods by(More)
PURPOSE A population pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic model accounting for placebo effect was used to relate nicotine concentration and enforced smoking cessation craving score measured by the Tiffany rating scale short form. METHODS Twenty-four smokers were enrolled in a placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind, three periods, crossover trial. The(More)
A study of the sural nerve was undertaken to determine latency to onset and peak, duration of action potential, amplitude, and conduction velocity in 33 children, 1 to 7 years old. Multiple tests per patient resulted in 140 measurements per variable. To determine if the interpatient measurement variation was a significant factor compared to the intrapatient(More)
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