Richmond Hede Doe

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Histologic specimens from 41 rabbits were studied for changes resulting from the manual injection of brown recluse spider venom. Major findings included a mixed inflammatory cell infiltrate, coagulative tissue necrosis, and vasculitis. All specimens demonstrated a well-delineated zone of eosinophilic staining recognizable as "mummified" coagulative necrosis(More)
Three recent studies discussed the possibility that the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS) recommendations that the coagulation specimen should be the second or third tube collected are unnecessary. However, only one reagent/instrument was used in each study. Our protocol differed from the previous studies because we performed the(More)
The present study demonstrates that exposure of bacteria to medium strength static magnetic fields can significantly alter antibiotic sensitivity. Cultures of Escherichia coli were exposed to fields produced by permanent magnets. Samples of bacterial cultures continuously growing in the presence and in the absence of static magnetic fields were left(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the morphology and significance of apoptotic lymphocytes in peripheral blood smears of patients with acute infectious mononucleosis. To our knowledge this has not been previously reported. DESIGN Peripheral blood smears from 27 patients with a positive heterophile antibody test were collected and reviewed for the presence of(More)
In the pursuit of efficiency there is continued and developing interest in the subject of winglets and novel designs such as Blended Wing Body and Oblique Flying Wing. Winglets may exist in many modes, ranging from endplates, through folded wing tips to complex upper and lower surface partial chord devices. We have developed a design process that is(More)
While monitoring coagulation testing in Yucatan miniature swine being given oral anticoagulants, we noticed instances of high international normalized ratios (INR) without clinical complications in our animal model. All pigs (n = 17) weighed approximately 35.2 kg and were dosed daily with 2 to 3 mg of coumadin. Plasma samples were obtained and assayed for(More)
In this research article, an optimal control model of malaria disease with standard incidence rate is proposed. Maximum Principle was employed to derive the necessary conditions for the existence of optimal control. Numerical solution of the optimality was derived and computed to investigate the optimum control strategy that would be efficacious to be(More)
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