Debra L. Nelson

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Little is currently known about the process of individual adjustment to information technology innovations. This article reports the results of a critical review of the literature, using an interac-tional psychology framework. In the past, researchers have focused on the limited themes of stress and attitudes. The indicators of individual adjustment(More)
Histologic follow-up of patients with the Bethesda system cervical-vaginal diagnosis of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance (AGUS), "favor endocervical origin", or "not otherwise specified" (NOS) shows a high percentage of clinically significant (neoplastic or preneoplastic) lesions. Using the criteria of atypical single cells, irregular(More)
We developed anecdotal evidence that parenteral iron therapy is associated with a characteristic pattern of iron staining in bone marrow aspirate smears. In this pattern, uniform blue granules are observed within reticuloendothelial cells/stromal cells with Prussian blue staining, many times in curvilinear arrays. To test this hypothesis, marrow cases(More)
Perfusion of the coronary artery distal to an occluding angioplasty balloon was performed in 34 patients undergoing coronary angioplasty (PTCA). A randomized crossover study was employed using two exogenous substances as perfusates: lactated Ringer's solution (LR) and a fluorocarbon emulsion (FL), Fluosol-DA 20%. Both substances are electrolyte solutions,(More)
We evaluated serum protein binding of phenytoin and lidocaine, the extent of albumin and hemoglobin glycation, and alpha-1-acid glycoprotein concentrations in 47 children and adolescents (9-17 years) with type I diabetes mellitus (DM). Serum was incubated with phenytoin (n = 47) and lidocaine (n = 32) to yield total concentrations of 19.4 +/- 1.34 and 4.6(More)
Welcome to our first issue for 1991! We thank you for your support for our publication in the last year and look forward to keeping you informed and challenging you with our upcoming articles this year. As we have noted many times, microcomputers have had a major impact on the way organizations accomplish their goals. In this issue, we start the new year by(More)
During rejection, renal transplant recipients have increased concentrations of soluble interleukin-2 receptors (sIL-2R) in their serum and urine. However, the clinical application of this measurement in the diagnosis of rejection or the assessment of treatment efficacy is limited by the variance of the measurement in sample populations. We examined the(More)