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Heart Rate Variability Analysis in Full-Term Infants: Spectral Indices for Study of Neonatal Cardiorespiratory Control
- K. Baldzer, F. Dykes, S. Jones, M. Brogan, T. Carrigan, D. Giddens
- Pediatric Research
- 1 September 1989
ABSTRACT: The heart rate and respirations of twenty healthy full-term infants between 30 and 60 h postnatal age were studied during quiet sleep with the objective of defining spectral indices which… Expand
Progressive entorhinal cortex lesions accelerate hippocampal sprouting and spare spatial memory in rats.
- J. J. Ramirez, M. McQuilkin, T. Carrigan, K. MacDonald, M. S. Kelley
- Biology, Medicine
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 24 December 1996
Accelerating hippocampal sprouting by making unilateral progressive lesions of the entorhinal cortex spared the spatial memory of rats tested for retention of a learned alternation task. Subsequent… Expand
Breath Amplitude Modulation of Heart Rate Variability in Normal Full Term Neonates
- F. Dykes, Peter A. Ahmann, K. Baldzer, T. Carrigan, R. Kitney, D. Giddens
- Pediatric Research
- 1 April 1986
ABSTRACT. The relationship between heart rate variability and respiration patterns was investigated using spectral analysis techniques in nine full-term infants whose ages ranged from 39-75 h. All… Expand
Relationship between pressure passivity and subependymal/intraventricular hemorrhage as assessed by pulsed Doppler ultrasound.
A prospective study was undertaken using a range-gated, pulsed Doppler velocimeter to study flowpressure relationships in the anterior cerebral artery. Serial velocity and pressure studies were… Expand
Range-gated pulsed Doppler ultrasonographic evaluation of carotid arterial blood flow in small preterm infants with patent ductus arteriosus.
Range-gated pulsed Doppler (RGPD) ultrasonography was utilized to study the effect of a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) on carotid arterial blood flow in small preterm infants. Carotid arterial flow… Expand
Brain death in children: characteristic common carotid arterial velocity patterns measured with pulsed Doppler ultrasound.
The clinical criteria for brain death in children remain controversial. An accepted confirmatory test for brain death is the documented absence of intracranial blood flow, the most common methods… Expand
Reversible Hematologic Suppression during Ranitidine Treatment
- A. Bader, T. Carrigan, N. Gopalswamy, D. Trulzsch
- DICP : the annals of pharmacotherapy
- 1 June 1989
hospital day 3; only antacids and sucralfate werecontinued. On day 4, the leukocyteswereas lowas 1667/mm', the platelets39 OOO/mm'. On day 5, the leukocyte count rose to 19221mm',the platelets to 45… Expand
Neurologic Outcome Following Pediatric Resuscitation
- C. R. Davies, T. Carrigan, J. A. Wright, P. Ahmann, C. Watson
- The Journal of neuroscience nursing : journal of…
- 1 August 1987
&NA; This study reports the survival rate and short‐term neurologic outcome of children who sustained cardiac arrests at Henrietta Egleston Hospital for Children, a pediatric teaching hospital. A… Expand
PEDIATRIC CARDIAC ARREST: SURVIVAL, NEUROLOGIC ASSESSMENT AND NEUROLOGIC OUTCOME
84 INTRAOPERATIVE EVALUATION OF SURGICALLY CREATED A SYSTEMIC TO PULMONARY SHUNTS WITH PULSED DOPPLER ULTRASOUND
Pulsed Doppler ultrasound (PDU) blood velocity measurements in the carotid artery were compared with outcome of surgically created systemic-to-pulmonary shunts. In 9 shunt cases an 8 MHz PDU probe… Expand