Rolf-Olav Stene

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Atherosclerotic heart disease (AHD) is the leading cause of death in Canadian women and men. Cardiac rehabilitation has been repeatedly shown to reduce cardiac morbidity and mortality significantly among patients with documented AHD. The Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation (CACR) has defined cardiac rehabilitation as "the enhancement and(More)
Thirty term infants undergoing general anesthesia and pyloromyotomy had pre- and postoperative sleep studies to determine whether these infants were at risk for postoperative apnea. Sleep studies showed an improved respiratory disturbance index (RDI) after surgery. Postoperatively, apnea indices were lower and lowest oxygen saturation values were increased(More)
During summer 2001, blue mussels Mytilus edulis with abnormal shell growth were collected near Kragerø, southern Norway. The mussels had green spots in their mantle tissues, mainly posteriorly and ventrally, and in the adductor muscle. Mussels from 4 sites had a prevalence of green spots varying from 2 to 71% that correlated well with shell deformities.(More)
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