Katherine J. Harmon

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You might think that temporary tattoos look cool, but what if they could also collect and transmit information about your heart rate, temperature, muscle contractions or brain waves? A new flexible electronic circuit promises to do just that, by moving with the skin and staying in place without any adhesive. The research used existing semiconductor(More)
and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Objective To describe the epidemiologic characteristics for emergency department visits due to drug overdoses in North Carolina. Introduction In North Carolina there has been an escalation of poisoning deaths. In 2011, the number of fatal poisonings was 1,368 deaths, with 91%(More)
BACKGROUND Although fatal opioid poisonings tripled from 1999 to 2008, data describing nonfatal poisonings are rare. Public health authorities are in need of tools to track opioid poisonings in near real time. METHODS We determined the utility of ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes for identifying clinically significant opioid poisonings in a state-wide emergency(More)
and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Objective Twelve new case definitions were added to the NC DETECT Web Application to facilitate timely surveillance for poisoning and overdose. The process for developing these case definitions and the most recent outputs are described. Introduction A retrospective analysis of(More)
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