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stress include a reduction in safety due to impaired concentration, a decreased work capacity, and heat illness. Maintaining adequate hydration is the single most important strategy to counteract the effects of thermal stress. In this study, the hydration status of groups of outdoor workers at mine sites and related facilities was assessed. Urine specific(More)
  • V Miller
  • 2000
Neonatal cerebral infarction in term infants has many possible causes, including bacterial meningitis, inherited or acquired coagulopathies, trauma, and hypoxia-ischemia. However, a specific cause often cannot be identified. Neurologic symptoms in the neonatal period are often subtle and nonspecific, even in infants with large infarctions involving an(More)
This study examines the developmental profiles of basic 'open-loop' drawing movements on the non-dominant hand (ND) in comparison with the dominant hand (D). Fifty-three right-handed children aged 7-14 years and 15 adults aged 27-43 years were examined. Each subject drew lines and circles of different sizes at maximum velocity with a pressure-sensitive pen(More)
Tirapazamine is a novel bioreductive agent with selective cytotoxicity against hypoxic tumour cells. Synergy with cisplatin and other chemotherapeutic agents has been shown in preclinical trials. Pharmacokinetic studies of tirapazamine have revealed that exposure increases with dose over the range of 18-450 mg m(-2) for a single dose and of 9-390 mg m(-2)(More)
  • Carolyn Bonaceto, Karen Bove Bettis, +14 authors Luann J. Culbreth
  • 2008
Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM). All rights reserved. Reprinting all or part of this document is prohibited without advance written permission granted by the ASRT, AEIRS or ISMRM/SMRT. Acknowledgements Just as the modality and applications of magnetic resonance are complex and dynamic, so too was the development of this multiorganizational MR curriculum. In(More)
The effects of age on basic fine motor functions were assessed using a kinematic analysis of simple repetitive drawing movements in a sample of 53 right-handed children aged 7 to 14 years 11 months and 16 adults aged 27 to 54 years with no detectable abnormality with neurological examination. Lines, circles, and half-circles were drawn at a self-chosen and(More)
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