Paul Randall

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  • Harry Freeman, Teresa Harten, Johnny Springer, Paul Randall, Ann Curran, Kenneth Stone
  • 1992
" An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. " Trite? Maybe, but this proverb is coming to be increasingly recognized as a rallying q y for U.S. environmental programs. The Administrator of the U.S. EPA has stated, " A new sense of urgency and resolve to improve the quality of the environment has taken root in our country. Despite the complexity of(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify reliable predictors of outcome in comatose patients after cardiac arrest using a single routine EEG and standardized interpretation according to the terminology proposed by the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society. METHODS In this cohort study, 4 EEG specialists, blinded to outcome, evaluated prospectively recorded EEGs in the(More)
Although industrial and commercial uses of mercury have been curtailed in recent times, there is a demonstrated need for the development of reliable hazardous waste management techniques because of historic operations that have led to significant contamination and ongoing hazardous waste generation. This study was performed to evaluate whether the U.S. EPA(More)
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