Grant Haywood

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OBJECTIVE To describe and compare the effects of dopamine and epinephrine in various doses on renal hemodynamics and oxygen transport in patients with severe malaria and severe sepsis. DESIGN Prospective, controlled, crossover trial. SETTING The intensive care unit of an infectious diseases hospital in Viet Nam. PATIENTS Fourteen patients with severe(More)
The clinical pharmacology of the new reversible monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor, moclobemide, was examined in three separate studies in healthy male volunteers. In a single oral dose study, moclobemide (25-150 mg) was rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and had a relatively short plasma half-life (mean 1.3 h after 150 mg). A decrease in the(More)
AIMS Survival from community cardiac arrest in the Wellington region was analysed and compared with similar data reported nationally and internationally. In particular, the impact of a dual fire and ambulance service response was studied. METHOD A retrospective comparative study was undertaken of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Wellington region(More)
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