Casey Anderson

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Burst suppression was recorded on electroencephalograms of 15 of 274 term infants (5.4%) in our hospital within a 5 year period. These 15 infants were examined, their perinatal histories reviewed, and detailed neurodevelopmental testing performed to examine the prognostic significance of burst suppression. Fourteen children (93%) had poor outcomes. Four(More)
INTRODUCTION Portal vein thrombosis (PVT) is a relatively uncommon complication after abdominal surgery. CASE REPORT We report an even more unusual case of PVT 10 days after an uncomplicated laparoscopic cholecystectomy, believed to be only the fourth reported case in the literature of this rare complication. CONCLUSION Albeit extremely rare, PVT should(More)
For 3 consecutive days cockroaches (Periplaneta americana) received escapable, inescapable, or no shock in an escape task. 24 hr. later minimum shock which initiated movement was identified. Reliably higher shocks were needed to initiate movement in the inescapably shocked roaches. In a second experiment the analgesia induced by inescapable shock was(More)
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