Jason McGrogan

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Direct measurement of energy expended by spasticity in children with severe spastic quadriparesis is difficult. Insertion of an intrathecal baclofen pump in a 13-year-old boy with severe spasticity and profound mental retardation resulted in an estimated 30 to 40% decrease in his spasticity. As he had been on a carefully calculated ketogenic diet and fed by(More)
The Ketogenic Diet is an effective treatment for epilepsy in children. At Johns Hopkins Hospital more than 400 children have been placed on the Ketogenic Diet. The implementation and maintenance of this treatment require significant collaboration between the family and Epilepsy Team. During initiation of the diet, in the hospital, parents attend classes on(More)
Predictive mental workload modeling is one established tool within the broad systems engineering activity of Human Systems Integration (HSI). Using system architecture as the foundation, this paper explores the use of Multiple Resource Theory to create representative workload models for evaluating operational system-of-systems (SoS) concepts. Through(More)
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