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Temporal nitric oxide dynamics in the paranasal sinuses during humming.
In this study, the temporal shape of voice-induced nitric oxide (NO) signals in exhaled air has been investigated in eight healthy individuals by means of laser magnetic resonance spectroscopy. TheExpand
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Need for communication-related research in mechanically ventilated patients.
  • L. Menzel
  • Medicine
  • American journal of critical care : an official…
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Release of nitric oxide from novel diazeniumdiolates monitored by laser magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
We describe a technique in which for the first time laser magnetic resonance spectroscopy (LMRS) is used online to monitor the release of nitric oxide from synthetic NO donors. LMRS is aExpand
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Survival experience of chronically critically ill patients.
Intensive care unit (ICU) patients were randomly assigned to either a traditional ICU or a special care unit (SCU) for chronically critically ill patients. The SCU used a low-technology,Expand
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Menstrual Response to Running: Nursing Implications
Overt (length of menstrual cycle, duration of menses, and amount of menses) and covert (luteal surge indicative of ovulation and length of luteal phase) menstrual cycle characteristics were studiedExpand
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noseand absorption of nitric oxide gas in the
Clinical problems of fluid balance.
  • Lars Menzel
  • Medicine
  • The Nursing clinics of North America
  • 1980
Are geographic barriers insurmountable obstacles for deep-sea meiobenthos? Investigations on the biogeography of deep-sea organisms in the case of the Mesocletodes abyssicola-group (Copepoda:
The family of Argestidae Por, 1986 belongs to the benthic living harpacticoid copepods. They are primarily found in deep-sea samples and show a worldwide distribution. 50% of all Argestidae detectedExpand