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Attenuation of half sulfur mustard gas‐induced acute lung injury in rats
Airway instillation into rats of 2‐chloroethyl ethyl sulfide (CEES), the half molecule of sulfur mustard compound, results in acute lung injury, as measured by the leak of plasma albumin into theExpand
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Instance Segmentation and Tracking with Cosine Embeddings and Recurrent Hourglass Networks
In this paper, we propose to use recurrent fully convolutional networks for embedding-based instance segmentation and tracking. Expand
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Towards MRI-Based Autonomous Robotic US Acquisitions: A First Feasibility Study
In this work, we present a set of methods and a workflow to enable autonomous MRI-guided ultrasound acquisitions, which in turn is used to plan 3D ultrasound trajectories. Expand
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Automatic force-compliant robotic ultrasound screening of abdominal aortic aneurysms
We introduce an automatic estimation of the optimal pressure to be applied during the acquisition, and an online optimization of the out-of-plane rotation of the US probe to maximize visibility of the aorta. Expand
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Influence of infusion line compliance on drug delivery rate during acute line loop formation
Objective: To determine whether infusion line compliance contributes to irregular drug delivery during vertical displacement of syringe pumps.¶Design: Five different commercially available infusionExpand
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Syringe size and flow rate affect drug delivery from syringe pumps
Purpose: To evaluate the effect of syringe size and infusion rate on drug delivery after vertical displacement of syringe pumps.Methods: Four syringes (10 ml, 20 ml, 30 ml, 50 ml) were studied atExpand
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The effects of syringe plunger design on drug delivery during vertical displacement of syringe pumps
Fluid delivery from four types of commercially available 50‐ml syringes was measured using an electronic balance at an infusion rate of 1 ml.h−1. Retrograde aspiration volume and zero‐drug deliveryExpand
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Evaluation of the FASTSTART mode for reducing start-up delay in syringe pump infusion systems.
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to evaluate the IVAC P7000 FASTSTART mode with regard to start-up performance in a 50-ml infusion syringe at a flow rate of 1 ml.h-1. METHODS The time fromExpand
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This report presents a series of findings related to the performance of epoxy-coated reinforcement. This review illustrates that the earlier research lead to various specifications that allowedExpand
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Impact of infusion line compliance on syringe pump performance
To determine the impact of infusion line compliance on the time to occlusion alarm (occlusion time) and the size of the subsequent occlusion release bolus, we studied three different infusion linesExpand
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