Ashley E Anderson

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The purpose of this study was to determine if light physical activity (LPA) minimizes the impairment of cardiometabolic risk factors following a typical meal in adolescents. Eighteen adolescents (50% male, 14.8 ± 2.3 yrs) consumed a meal (32% fat, 14% protein, 53% carbohydrate), then completed a walking (1.5 mph for 45 min of each hour) or sitting treatment(More)
Very low birth weight (n = 154) and term infants (n = 119) had neurologic and developmental assessment at 6 and 12 months of age. Preterm infants with severe neonatal complications were considered to be at high risk, and those with milder complications were considered to be at low risk, for neurodevelopmental abnormality. Compared to term infants, high- and(More)
1 Ranitidine pharmacokinetics were studied in six healthy volunteers. Following an overnight fast, doses of 20 mg intravenously 20, 40 and 100 mg orally and 100 mg orally with a standard meal, were administered to each subject on separate occasions. 2 Following intravenous administration there was a bioexponential decline in plasma levels from 576 +/- 56(More)
This report reviews 25 patients 20 yr of age or younger who were treated for morbid obesity by gastric bypass or gastroplasty. Eighteen genetically normal obese adolescents averaged 15% body weight loss 6 mo after operation and 25% weight loss 36 mo postoperatively; the eight males lost more weight than did the ten females. Seven younger children had(More)
Clinical and experimental observations in myocardial contusion have been correlated. Cardiac arrhythmia is always an important consequence and may be fatal. Reduction in cardiac output often accompanies significant cardiac injury. The coronary arterial circulation is not interrupted and is generally enhanced to the area of injury. Healing of the injury(More)
A sensitive and specific high pressure liquid chromatographic procedure for ranitidine estimation is described and pharmacokinetic studies in six healthy volunteers reported. Each subjects received 20 mg of ranitidine i.v.; 20 mg, 40 mg and 100 mg orally having fasted overnight and 100 mg with a standard meal. Following the i.v. dose, ranitidine plasma(More)
Studies were conducted to characterize a chronic epileptic condition that follows recurrent seizures induced by intrahippocampal tetanus toxin injection in infancy. Wistar rat pups received a single injection of tetanus toxin in the right CA3 region on postnatal day 10. Animals were monitored for epileptiform activity by video electroencephalographic or(More)