J . K . Storrow

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BACKGROUND Remote ischemic preconditioning (RIPC) is the process of inducing brief ischemia in a tissue to prevent ischemic damage in another. This preconditioning can be induced simply by inflating a blood pressure cuff on a limb. Previous randomized controlled trials (RCT) have suggested that RIPC may infer myocardial protection during open cardiac(More)
At HERA, the large flux of almost real photons accompanying the electron beam leads to the copious photoproduction of jets. Regions of small momentum fractions x of the incoming particles are explored, where the density of partons is high. As a result, the probability for more than one hard partonic scattering occurring in a single γp collision could become(More)
At ee and ep colliders, the large fluxes of almost on-shell photons accompanying the lepton beams lead to the photoproduction of jets. As the centre-of-mass energy is increased, regions of smaller x in the parton densities are explored and these are regions of high parton density. As a result, the probability for more than one hard partonic scattering(More)
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