Brett Camp

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Two hundred forty-four adolescent mothers under 18 years of age were surveyed during a 15-month period, and 53% elected to breast-feed. A subset of 60 primiparous breast-feeding adolescents were enrolled in an investigator-blind, randomized, prospective study to compare the effects on breast-feeding duration of a standard hospital discharge feeding gift(More)
During a 15-month study period, 244 adolescent mothers under 18 years of age were surveyed, of whom 53% elected to breast-feed. A subset of 60 primiparous breast-feeding adolescents were studied regarding the influence of several factors on the duration of breast-feeding. An attitude questionnaire was administered in the hospital within 48 hours of(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To determine the impact of an Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training program on resuscitation and survival in a rural hospital. METHODS Retrospective review of arrests in a 119-bed rural community hospital before, during, and after organization of an ACLS teaching program. ICU logs, death logs, and code review sheets were used to(More)
Within 4 days, two oncology patients in the Clinical Research Unit had bacteremia causes by group Y Neisseria meningitidis. Three additional patients, identified by prevalence survey, were found to have nasopharyngeal colonization with that serogroup, compared with only one employee (not associated with patients) and no family contacts. Infected and(More)
Damage signatures from Electrical Overstress (EOS) are the leading reported cause of returns in integrated circuits and systems that have failed during operation. Solutions to this problem are hindered by a prevailing misconception in the electronics industry that insufficient robustness to electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a primary cause of EOS. This(More)
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