Jonathon A Schultz

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Alcohol abuse among adolescents continues to be a major health problem for our society. Our laboratory has used the peri-adolescent alcohol-preferring, P, rat as an animal model of adolescent alcohol abuse. Even though peri-adolescent P rats consume more alcohol (g/kg/day) than their adult counterparts, it is uncertain whether their drinking is sufficiently(More)
Alcoholics generally display cycles of excessive ethanol intake, abstinence and relapse behavior. Using an animal model of relapse-like drinking, the alcohol deprivation effect (ADE), our laboratory has shown that repeated 2-week cycles of ethanol deprivation and re-exposure, following an initial 6-week access period, result in a robust ADE by(More)
PURPOSE Laboratory experiments were performed to determine warming rates of albumin 5% at room temperature and human packed red blood cells (PRBCs) at 4 degrees C in small volumes. Four methods used in clinical practice to warm volumes appropriate for neonates were studied. METHODS The fluids were warmed either by infusion through a fluid warmer with(More)
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