John Holmen

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  • Anna J. Jovanovich, Adit A. Ginde, John Holmen, Kristen Jablonski, Rebecca L. Allyn, Jessica Kendrick +1 other
  • 2014
Previous research has reported reduced serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels is associated with acute infectious illness. The relationship between vitamin D status, measured prior to acute infectious illness, with risk of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) and sepsis has not been examined. Community-living individuals hospitalized with CAP or sepsis(More)
INTRODUCTION Both patient- and context-specific factors may explain the conflicting evidence regarding glucose control in critically ill patients. Blood glucose variability appears to correlate with mortality, but this variability may be an indicator of disease severity, rather than an independent predictor of mortality. We assessed blood glucose(More)
INTRODUCTION We evaluated the feasibility of using an electronic protocol developed for research use (Research-eProtocol-insulin) for blood glucose management in usual intensive care unit clinical practice. METHODS We implemented the rules of Research-eProtocol-insulin in the electronic medical record of the Intermountain Healthcare hospital system(More)
Large amounts of medical data are collected electronically during the course of caring for patients using modern medical information systems. This data presents an opportunity to develop clinically useful tools through data mining and observational research studies. However, the work necessary to make sense of this data and to integrate it into a research(More)
The need to solve ever-more complex science and engineering problems on computer architectures that are rapidly evolving poses considerable challenges for modern simulation frameworks and packages. While the decomposition of software into a programming model that generates a task-graph for execution by a runtime system make portability and performance(More)
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