Annika Grass

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OBJECTIVE Identification and estimation, by clinical pharmacists participating in routine medical rounds, of drug-related problems (DRPs), arising despite the use of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system. METHODS An 18-month prospective study of DRPs through a CPOE was conducted by seven clinical pharmacists participating in ward activity.(More)
There has been further experience with a new plethysmographic technique for diagnosing deep venous thrombosis of the lower extremity. Now called phleborheography, this technique is highly practical and noninvasive and can be conveniently performed in the laboratory, at the bedside or in the office of the physician by a technician. Interpretation of the(More)
For visual stimuli of emotional content as pictures and written words, stimulus size has been shown to increase emotion effects in the early posterior negativity (EPN), a component of event-related potentials (ERPs) indexing attention allocation during visual sensory encoding. In the present study, we addressed the question whether this enhanced relevance(More)
Motivation and attention constitute major determinants of human perception and action. Nonetheless, it remains a matter of debate whether motivation effects on the visual cortex depend on the spatial attention system, or rely on independent pathways. This study investigated the impact of motivation and spatial attention on the activity of the human primary(More)
Motivationally relevant stimuli benefit from strengthened sensory processing. It is unclear, however, if motivational value of positive and negative valence has similar or dissociable effects on early visual processing. Moreover, whether these perceptual effects are task-specific, stimulus-specific, or more generally feature-based is unknown. In this study,(More)