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The Effect of Hydroxyethyl Starch 200 kD on Platelet Function
We evaluated the effects of hydroxyethyl starch with a molecular weight of 200 kD (HES 200 kD) on platelets to gain insight into the potential mechanisms involved in the anticoagulant effects of HESExpand
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Biological effects of shock waves: lung hemorrhage by shock waves in dogs--pressure dependence.
The most serious side effect observed during the destruction of gallstones by shock waves in dogs was lung bleeding. To determine the conditions leading to lung damage, pressure probes were implantedExpand
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Endogenous Heparin-Like Substances Significantly Impair Coagulation in Patients Undergoing Orthotopic Liver Transplantation
Orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) is associated with severe bleeding, especially after reperfusion of the grafted liver.Heparin released from the liver graft contributes to postreperfusionExpand
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THE APEX MODEL AS A TOOL IN THE SPECIFICATION OF SPEAKER-SPECIFIC ARTICULATORY BEHAVIOR
This paper presents a description of the APEX speech production model and some of its main current capabilities. We describe an ongoing X-ray project initiated to calibrate APEX according toExpand
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Low dose of S+-ketamine prevents long-term potentiation in pain pathways under strong opioid analgesia in the rat spinal cord in vivo.
BACKGROUND micro-Opioid receptor (MOR) agonists are strong antinociceptive drugs. Low, but not high doses of the MOR agonist fentanyl prevent synaptic long-term potentiation (LTP) in pain pathways.Expand
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ARTICULATORY COORDINATION IN CORONAL STOPS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORIES OF COARTICULATION
Articulatory data obtained from X-ray films were analyzed to investigate articulatory coordination in Swedish vowels and dental and retroflex stops. Several quantitative frameworks for predictingExpand
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Influence of blood withdrawal and anticoagulant on clotting activity, hematologic data, and certain rheologic measurements.
The influence of blood withdrawal (vacuum or slow aspiration) and anticoagulants (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid [EDTA]; heparin; citrate; a mixture of citrate, theophylline, adenosine, andExpand
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Phonetic Systems and Phonological Development
What is the nature of the sound systems that children learn? Some new cross-linguistic data on consonant inventories are presented and the developmental implications are discussed.
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An introduction to independent learning skills for incoming medical students.
A partnership was initiated between educators of the College of Medicine and the McGoogan Library at the University of Nebraska Medical Center to establish a new educational component for incomingExpand
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Acute renal failure in trauma: Current perspectives
  • J. Stark
  • Medicine
  • Critical care nursing quarterly
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Trauma complicated by acute renal failure provides a challenge for the members of the critical care team. Clinicians face a wide range of clinical problems complicated by a climbing mortality rate,Expand
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