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Ross Gotfredsen

  • ResultsAll dogs recovered without complications from all interventions. The dose of propofol administered did not vary between treatments and amounted to 2.7 ± 1.4 mg kg–1, 2.7 ± 1.4 mg kg–1 and 2.6 ± 1.5 mg kg–1 for dogs administered neostigmine 0.02 mg kg–1, 0.04 mg kg–1 and 0.07 mg kg–1, respectively (p = 0.8). Vecuronium (0.1 mg kg–1) resul…[Read more]

  • Among the reviewed applications, TOCADAS and CADAS systems act upon detecting the risk of collision. Similarly, Road-Accident, CAGFP, and IR-CAS ACN systems perform action after detecting an accident. DBD system starts action once it order Prostaglandin E2 detects the abnormal behavior of the driver. In Overtaking system, when the driver’s…[Read more]

  • 2 226 (7) ?2.89 1.02 ?5.35 3 990 (30) ?0.54 0.69 ?3.20 4 1419 (44) 3.59 0.93 0.92 5 557 (17) 7.37 0.69 7.64 D7. Availability and Accessibility 1 173 (4) ?0.78 1.46 None 2 364 (8) ?0.16 1.15 ?1.46 3 1004 (22) 0.41 0.85 ?0.86 4 1084 (24) 1.35 0.79 0.90 5 1979 (43) 2.41 0.92 1.38 D8. Therapeutic Relationships…[Read more]

  • Along with continuous efforts to adapt materials chemistry to the conditions of life, developments to improve the matrix properties and functions are currently creating materials that fulfill the requirements of different applications. In particular, routes based on sol–gel chemistry [8] are increasingly being used for the design of biosensing p…[Read more]

  • Ross Gotfredsen posted an update 2 weeks ago

    The strength of our study was that both radiological and functional outcomes were assessed and all procedures were performed by the same surgeon. On the other hand, the relatively short follow-up A 779 is a weakness of our study. Other limitations were lack of homogenization for the affected and treated level of the vertebral body and…[Read more]

  • AcknowledgmentsThe authors acknowledge the valuable assistance of Hideo Ogata, MD, PhD, Norihisa Motohashi, MD, PhD, Misako Aoki, MD, Yuka Sasaki, MD, PhD, and Hajime Goto, MD, PhD, from the Department of Respiratory Medicine; Yuji Shiraishi, MD, PhD, from the Department of Respiratory Surgery; and Masamitsu Ito, MD, PhD, Atsuko Kurosaki, MD,…[Read more]

  • Our study showed that the excursion and peak motion speed of the left Wnt agonist 1 are significantly greater and faster than those of the right. With regard to the excursion, the results of our study are consistent with those of previous reports using fluoroscopy in a standing position 2 ;  3. However, in the previous studies evaluating…[Read more]

  • The purpose of this study was to evaluate diaphragmatic motion during tidal breathing in a standing position in a health screening center cohort using dynamic chest radiography in association with participants’ demographic characteristics.Materials and MethodsStudy PopulationThis cross-sectional study was approved by the institutional review…[Read more]

  • Our study demonstrated that the average excursions of the bilateral arecoline hydrobromide during tidal breathing (right: 11.0 mm, 95% CI 10.4 to 11.6 mm; left: 14.9 mm, 95% CI 14.2 to 15.5 mm) were numerically less than those during forced breathing in previous studies using other modalities 2; 7 ;  8. Using fluoroscopy, Alexander reported that…[Read more]

  • Multiple linear regression analysis using all variables as factors (Model 1) demonstrated that weight, BMI, and tidal volume were independently associated with the bilateral excursion of the diaphragms (all P < 0.05) after adjusting for other clinical variables, including age, gender, smoking history, height, VC, %VC, FEV1, FEV1%, and %FEV1. There…[Read more]

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