Walter K. Harrison

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Strong cross sectional age trends were found in noninvasive cardiovascular testing of 50 men aged 36 to 57. They were first tested while resting immediately prior to undergoing a standard electrocardiographic exercise protocol (Bruce graded treadmill test). The reproducibility of each measurement was assessed and found to be high. Cardiovascular testing of(More)
We compared anesthetic doses of three popular opiates, morphine (n = 10), fentanyl (n = 9), and sufentanil (n = 9) in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. Opiate administration after induction was based upon EEG and cardiovascular signs of the depth of anesthesia. Total doses were morphine, 4.4 +/- 0.71 mg/kg, fentanyl, 95.4 +/- 9.9 micrograms/kg, and(More)
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