Mark J. Schultz

Learn More
Transcutaneous PCO2 studies were performed in 21 healthy preterm infants and in 12 preterm infants with respiratory problems, in order: I. to evaluate the feasibility of transcutaneous PCO2 measurements in the clinical situation; 2. to collect normal values for preterm infants, and 3. to compare transcutaneous tcPCO2 values with PCO2 measured in capillary(More)
This paper discusses a collaborative effort among Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), Industry, and the Kentucky Department of Energy to test diesel particulate matter (DPM) emissions and exposures when using various blends of biodiesel fuels in two underground stone mines. The study was initiated by the industry partner, with MSHA and National(More)
Intensive care units regularly have patients in whom a curative treatment plan is changed to palliative treatment. This does not only concern the medical and technical aspects, but also medical-ethical problems and questions relating to communication and organization. All these play a part in making a correct assessment. It is logical that nurses play an(More)
  • 1