J. Dela Merced

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Topical hemostatic agents are utilized as adjuncts to control intraoperative bleeding when standard surgical techniques (such as suturing, ligature, cautery, or pressure) are insufficient or impractical to implement1. Intraoperative scenarios where topical hemostatic agents may serve as adjuncts include bleeding near vital organs or nerves, at needle-holes,(More)
As part of the Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) Engineering Research Center a testbed coordinated by students (SLT) has been proposed. The students belong to four different institutions: University of Massachusetts, University of Oklahoma, Colorado State University, and University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. They meet in a weekly(More)
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