Young-Do Choy

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  • Y C Choy
  • 2006
Critical incident monitoring in anaesthesia is an important tool for quality improvement and maintenance of high safety standards in anaesthetic services. It is now widely accepted as a useful quality improvement technique for reducing morbidity and mortality in anaesthesia and has become part of the many quality assurance programmes of many general(More)
This paper addresses a modeling and analysis methodology for investigating the stochastic harmonics and resonance concerns of wind power plants (WPPs). Wideband harmonics from modern wind turbines (WTs) are observed to be stochastic, associated with real power production, and they may adversely interact with the grid impedance and cause unexpected harmonic(More)
This study to evaluate the relationship between end-tidal carbon dioxide pressure (ETCO2) and arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2) included 35 patients between the ages of 18 and 65 years, ASA grade 1 and 2, who had elective craniotomies. Measurements of PaCO2 and ETCO2 were taken simultaneously: 1) 10 minutes after induction of general(More)
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