Nicholas E. Clark

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In animals, glucose concentrations are 3-20 times lower in lung lining fluid than in plasma. In humans, glucose concentrations are normally low (<1 mmol/l) in nasal and bronchial fluid, but they are elevated by inflammation or hyperglycemia. Furthermore, elevated bronchial glucose is associated with increased respiratory infection in intensive care(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the experience of uninsured and Medicaid Oregon tobacco users who registered in Free & Clear (F&C), a telephone based cessation programme including five scheduled outbound calls. DESIGN AND SETTING Using a retrospective cohort design, 1334 (423 uninsured, 806 Medicaid, and 105 commercially insured) Oregon tobacco users who registered(More)
OBJECTIVE To better understand what influences interindividual differences in ability to navigate in the wilderness, we hypothesized that better performance would be seen in (a) BDNF (rs6265) Val/Val homozygotes increased use of a spatial strategy, (b) KIBRA rs17070145 T/T homozygotes superior episodic memory, (c) CHRNA4 (rs1044396) T allele carriers better(More)
Interventions to address HIV in prisons: Drug dependence treatments / Ralf Jürgens. 1.HIV infections – prevention and control. 2.Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome – prevention and control. 3.Analgesics, Opioid – therapeutic use. 4.Substance Abuse, Intravenous – complications. The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this(More)
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