Learn More
A sensitive HPLC assay for measurement of the antipsychotic drug, olanzapine, in plasma has been developed. The assay has a limit of quantitation of 1 ng ml-1 in plasma and utilizes solid-phase extraction and electrochemical detection. The method provides a linear response for olanzapine over a concentration range of 1-100 ng ml-1 with coefficients of(More)
Many health systems are interested in the impact of disease and interventions on non-health outcomes. Over the last 10 years, work productivity has become one of the most important topics. This study was conducted to review guidelines for economic evaluations worldwide to identify how views on the types of productivity costs to be included differ across(More)
AngioJet thrombectomy (AJ) has been shown to be safe and effective in treatment of acute myocardial infarction (AMI). However, use of AJ has not been studied extensively in AMI with cardiogenic shock (CS). Clinical outcomes in 19 patients with CS and treated with AJ were retrospectively analyzed. Immediate stenting was also performed. Procedure success(More)
A reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic-electrochemical assay was developed and validated for the quantification of olanzapine in human breast milk. The assay involved a solid-phase extraction (SPE) of olanzapine and its internal standard on a Bond Elut Certify LRC mixed-mode cartridge. After conditioning of the SPE cartridge, human milk (1(More)
  • 1