Jacob Barney

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A group of 51 socially active, self-declared neurologically normal subjects ranging from 61 to 84 years of age were studied with a battery of clinical neurological examinations and a semiquantitative vibration perception test. None of the subjects showed a consistent pattern of neurological deficit that could be identified as pathological. On review of(More)
BACKGROUND The elevated baseline heart rate (HR) of a heart transplant recipient has previously been considered inconsequential. However, we hypothesized that a resting HR above 100 beats per minute (bpm) may be associated with morbidity and mortality. METHODS The U.T.A.H. Cardiac Transplant Program studied patients who received a heart transplant between(More)
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