Cristina Batalla García

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INTRODUCTION Shockable rhythms are rare in pediatric cardiac arrest and the results of defibrillation are uncertain. The objective of this study was to analyze the results of cardiopulmonary resuscitation that included defibrillation in children. METHODS Forty-four out of 241 children (18.2%) who were resuscitated from inhospital or out-of-hospital(More)
The effect of anesthetic blocking of the periodontal afferents of the canine teeth was studied in order to determine its influence on any changes in the jaw elevation activity. Unilateral integrated EMG recordings were made of the masseter and anterior temporal muscles during maximal voluntary clenching in centric occlusion and laterotrusive position with(More)
Learning or performance of an operant discrimination task by laboratory rats in Skinner boxes was studied as a function of subchronic treatment with polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) (1.0 mg/kg, 3.0 mg/kg or 6.0 mg/kg for 20 days). Acquisition of the discrimination task was similar for experimental and control rats at each dose level. Response times were slower(More)
A GRASP algorithm is presented for solving a sequencing problem in a mixed-model assembly line. The problem is focused on obtaining a manufacturing sequence that completes the greatest possible amount of required work and fulfils the production regularity property. The implemented GRASP algorithm is compared with other resolution procedures by means of(More)
In this paper, we present an extension to the TSALB problem (Time and Space constrained Assembly Line Balancing) with ergonomic risk restrictions. This ergonomic risk is defined from the task durations and their categories regarding to the risk factor for the workers. A study is presented through a case linked to an engine assembly line in the Automobile(More)