Benjamin Bowman

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A method of computing trajectories of objects by using velocity data, particularly as acquired with phase-contrast magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, is presented. Starting from a specified location at one time point, the method recursively estimates the trajectory. The effects of measurement noise and eddy current-induced velocity offsets are analyzed. When(More)
The ability to track motion from cine phase-contrast (PC) magnetic resonance (MR) velocity measurements was investigated using an in vitro model. A computer-controlled deformable phantom was used for the characterization of the accuracy and precision of the forward-backward and the compensated Fourier integration techniques. Trajectory accuracy is limited(More)
Introduction The main purpose of this capstone project is to provide an objective analysis of the cost of a medication error in the emergency department. The secondary objective of this analysis is to estimate the cost avoidance impact of providing clinical pharmacy services in the emergency department (ED). Literature review Previous literature has(More)
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