Bengt Lundquist

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Cognitive impairments influence the possibility of persons with dementia to remember daily events and maintain a sense of self. In order to address these problems a digital photo diary was developed to capture information about events in daily life. The device consisted of a wearable digital camera, smart phone with Global Positioning System (GPS) and a(More)
This report describes the first experiences with monitoring of valproic acid pharmacokinetics in patients with epilepsy by subcutaneous microdialysis. We could demonstrate good correspondence between total concentration in plasma and free concentration in plasma and dialysate. In this study the dialysate concentrations were not corrected for in vivo(More)
AIMS To determine visual function in drivers who had cataract surgery 5 years previously, and to analyse longitudinal data, by comparing preoperative and postoperative changes in subjective driving ability and objective visual function. METHODS All patients (810) who underwent cataract surgery, during a 1 year period, were prospectively studied. Data(More)
Postoperative renal complications have been investigated in 31 patients subjected to left renal vein ligation during abdominal aortic surgery (11 ruptured and 18 non-ruptured aneurysms, 2 occlusive diseases). A marked increase in s-creatinine values was found in all patients after left renal vein ligation. The increase was significantly longer (p less than(More)
Research is currently ongoing to investigate the use of assistive technology by people with mild dementia to support independent living at home. The aim of this study was to describe professional caregivers’ perceptions on the prerequisites for and consequences of people with mild dementia using a digital photo diary to facilitate their talks about daily(More)
An open surgical method for the creation of experimental renal artery stenosis by ligation with chromic catgut is described. Microscopic examinations at different intervals demonstrated the development of fibrosis throughout the arterial wall. These stenoses seem to provide a suitable model for the study of the effects of balloon catheter dilatation.(More)
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