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Free radicals in medicine. I. Chemical nature and biologic reactions.
Free radicals in medicine. II. Involvement in human disease.
Regional uptake of meal fatty acids in humans.
- M. Jensen, M. Sarr, D. Dumesic, P. Southorn, J. Levine
- MedicineAmerican Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and…
- 1 December 2003
Omental fat is a good surrogate for visceral fat and that abdominal subcutaneous fat depots are comparable with regard to meal fatty acid metabolic studies, and the meal fatty acids tracer model is supported as a way to study the metabolic fate of dietary fat.
Continuous Monitoring of Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation in Critically Ill Patients
Continuous monitoring of S&OV0413;O2 is accurate and valuable as a warning system for deterioration in cardiopulmonary function and as an indicator of the effects of various therapeutic maneuvers in critically ill patients.
The first 100 liver transplantations at the Mayo Clinic.
Assessment of nutritional status of patients with end-stage liver disease undergoing liver transplantation.
Infection of pulmonary artery catheters in critically ill patients.
Positive catheter-tip culture was associated significantly with known presence of a focus of infection before catheter insertion and with periods exceeding four days that the catheter remained in place, suggesting infection of indwelling pulmonary artery catheters may result from contamination during placement or removal or from transient or persistent bacteremia.
Assessing tidal volume and detecting hyperinflation during Venturi jet ventilation for microlaryngeal surgery.
Adverse effects of vancomycin administered in the perioperative period.