Kari E Moore

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In the late 1800s, while caring for a trauma victim, Warren characterized shock as "a momentary pause in the act of death." A great deal about shock has been discovered since this first description. Dorland's Medical Dictionary defines shock as a condition of profound hemodynamic and metabolic disturbance characterized by failure of the circulatory system(More)
The incidence of nine water-related diseases in the Brak oases of the Sahara desert, before and after the installation of water treatment plants, are reported. Immediately following installation of the plants there was a drop in the incidence of most of the water related diseases. There then followed a gradual deterioration in the treatment plants and(More)
The objectives of this study were to assess the feasibility of using urinary recovery of sugars to evaluate intestinal permeability and absorption in dogs with traumatic injury and to determine if intestinal permeability and absorption are altered in dogs with traumatic injury. After a 6-hour fast, a sugar solution containing lactulose, rhamnose,(More)
A method was developed to detect neutrophil phagocytosis of bacteria by determining whether neutrophil-associated bacteria were intra- or extracellular. Neutrophils were treated with 8-(N,N-diethylamino)-octyl-3,4,5-trimethoxybenzoate hydrochloride to inhibit degranulation and, consequently, killing of bacteria. Treated neutrophils and opsonized Pasteurella(More)
  • Kari E Moore
  • Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica. Supplementum
  • 1981
The results of behavioral studies in animals, which demonstrate increased effects of DA agonists after stopping chronic administration of neuroleptics, are consistent with an increased sensitivity of postsynaptic receptor and effector mechanisms in response to chronic disruption of DA transmission (disuse supersensitivity of DA receptors, see review by(More)
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