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  • John Ho
  • 1988
enormous effort has been devoted to elucidate the nature of these diseases: what is wrong, what is the cause, why are some afflicted while others are not.... ? As the title indicates, Functional Recovery in Neurological Disease takes a slightly different approach and asks: given a damaged nervous system, how does the rest of the system cope with this(More)
  • John Ho
  • 1989
All emergency physicians are confronted with common environment-related emergencies including heat and cold injuries, animal and insect bites, ingestion of or contact with toxic plant materials, and the like. Few of us, however, are called upon to deal with wilderness trauma emergencies such as wild animal attacks, search and rescue missions, natural(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe birth weight and postnatal weight gain in a contemporaneous population of babies born <32 weeks' gestation, using routinely captured electronic clinical data. DESIGN Anonymised longitudinal weight data from 2006 to 2011. SETTING National Health Service neonatal units in England. METHODS Birth weight centiles were constructed(More)
BACKGROUND Right atrial reentrant tachycardia resulting from lower loop reentry (LLR) around the inferior vena cava (IVC) has been described recently. However, all reported cases of LLR in the literature have negative flutter waves on the inferior surface ECG leads similar to that of counterclockwise typical atrial flutter around the tricuspid annulus (TA).(More)
The RLE Nano-materials and Electronics Group pursues investigations of carbon nanotubes, including studies of chemical vapor deposition methods, electron transport in single-walled carbon nanotubes, nanotube synthesis, and tunable Raman systems for characterizing the chirality of nanotube materials. A major objective of the group is to develop synthesis and(More)
This paper describes the design and implementation of a software tool that can be reused for an empirical validation experiment of several commonly used software metrics in object-oriented environments. A detailed description of the steps of the potential validation experiment is provided. An overview of the software metrics considered and the required(More)
The frequencies of naturally occurring protease inhibitor resistance mutations in HIV proviral sequences of drug naïve sex workers in Nairobi, Kenya and their correlation with host immune response driven positively selected mutations in HIV-1
Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 69% of the people living with HIV globally. An estimated 1,600,000 Kenyans are living with HIV-1. Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has saved 9 million life-years in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, drug resistance mutations reduce the effectiveness of ART, and need to be monitored for effective ART. Naturally occurring primary(More)
  • John Ho
  • 1988
chairmen of the Departments of Otolaryngology at Ohio State and Oregon, respectively. With the addition of these new authors, the organization and scope of this text have changed considerably. The current edition contains 54 chapters and 10 sections. Eight of the sections are organized by anatomic site, with additional sections containing chapters on issues(More)