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1. 2012 Return to Senders. More Questions than Answers Third International Conference on the nature and Source of Human Error University of Chicago Gleacher Center
2. 2012 Effect of blood flow rate on critical oxygen extraction during hypoxic hypoxia in isolated canine intestine Am Rev Resp Dis: Am J Resp Crit Care Med
3. 2011 Clinical cognition of medication reconciliation. Cognition, Technology & Work ;13(2):151
4. 2011 Prevention of Intraoperative Awareness in a High-Risk Surgical Population N Engl J Med 365:591-600
5. 2011 Administration of cell saver blood increases activated clotting time in cardiac surgery patients Anesth Analg 112:S20,
6. 2011 Welcome to SOCCA SOCCA Newsletter
7. 2011 In the Middle of History SOCCA Newsletter
8. 2011 Obstetric critical care. Adult Multiprofessional Critical Care Review. CCM, Mt Prospect,
9. 2010 Hepatic Encephalopathy: current management strategies, including management and monitoring of cerebral edema and intracranial hypertension in fulminant hepatic failure Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology. 23(2):121-7
10. 2010 The Activated Clotting Time after Cell Saver Infusion Does Not Correlate with the Volume Given Anesthesiology : A1001
11. 2010 3-Dimensional Asessment of Right Ventricular Function does not predict post-operative renal function in cardiac surgery patients. Anesth & Analg : S-130
12. 2010 BIS and Timing of Memory Formation After Pre-Operative Dose of Midazolam Anesth & Analg : S-242
13. 2010 Urinary biomarkers in the clinical prognosis and early detection of acute kidney injury. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 5(12):2154-65
14. 2010 Mask ventilation, hypocapnia, and seizure duration in electroconvulsive therapy. J Clin Anesth 22(6):415-9
15. 2010 A Novel Classification Instrument for Intraoperative Awareness Events. Anesth Analg 110:813-5
16. 2009 BIS Monitoring is Relatively Insenstive to Changes in ETAG and Possibly General Anesthetic depth. Anesthesiology : A20
17. 2009 Glycemic Control for Organs: a new approach to a controversial topic. Anesthesiology. 110(2):207-8
18. 2009 Correlation of Baseline BiSpectral Index Score nad Chronic Use of Sedative and Pain Medications. Anesth & Analg :108:S-164
19. 2009 BAG-RECALL Study Group: Protocol for the BAG-RECALL clinical trial: a prospective, multi-center, randomized, controlled trial to determine whether a bispectral index-guided protocol is superior to an anesthesia gas-guided protocol in reducing intraoperative awareness with explicit recall in high risk surgical patients. BMC Anesthesiology 9:8
20. 2009 Obstetric critical care. Adult Multiprofessional Critical Care Review SCCM, Mt Prospect
21. 2009 Prediction of Cardiac Arrest with High-Value TISS-28 Measures. Anesth & Analg :108:S-54
22. 2009 Cardiac Arrest and Measures of Severity of Illness. Anesth & Analg :108:S-71
23. 2009 TISS-28 is More Sensitive than SOFA to Patient Decompensation. Anesth & Analg :108:S-63
24. 2009 The BiSpectral Index Appropriately Identifies Patients with Benzodiazepine Tolerance Anesth & Analg :108:S-166
25. 2009 The Effect of a Pre-Induction De-fasiculating Dose of Muscle Relaxant on the BIS Score. Anesth & Analg :108:S-141
26. 2009 Evaluation of the BIS Monitor as a Gauge of Post-Anesthesia Recovery. Anesth & Analg :108:S-161
27. 2009 Can Death by Neurological Criteria be Pronounced Even if Preceded by Cardiac Death: an Ethical Dilemma or Simply a Rhetorical Question?, Crit Care Med Vol 37, No. 12 (suppl):A395
28. 2009 Perioperative Midazolam Dosing Has a Non-Linear Effect on Bispectral Index Anesthesiology : A1289
29. 2009 Correlation between Bispectral Index and Mean Arterial Pressure during General Anesthesia Anesthesiology : A528
30. 2009 Recovery Time in the PACU as Determined by BIS Score. Anesthesiology : A226
31. 2008 Please Do Not Leave Your Bags Unattended. Anesthesiology : A1170
32. 2008 A Broad Landscape ASA Newsletter 72(11); 20-21
33. 2008 Understanding Clinical Hemodynamics ASA Refresher Courses in Anesthesiology Vol 36
34. 2008 Anesthesia Advanced Circulatory Life Support. Published by the ASA as its website
35. 2008 Cardiac ICU Patients Have More Circadian Variation in Glucose Levels than Medical ICU Patients Anesthesiology : A501
36. 2008 Staggered Start, Staggered Finish Anesthesiology : A435
37. 2008 we Built It, We Tweaked IT, but Still They Did Not Come…. Anesthesiology : A138
38. 2008 Hyperventilation and Seizure length: A comparison of the Mapleson D and the Ambu Bag. Anesth & Analg ; 106: S-125
39. 2008 Mapleson D VS Ambu Bag TM for ECT: Which would you choose? Anesth & Analg ; 106: S-122
40. 2008 The Modified Staggered Start. Anesth & Analg ; 106: S-72
41. 2008 Urinary Cystatin C as an early biomarker of acute kidney injury following adult cardiothoracic surgery. Kidney International. 74(8):1059-69
42. 2007 Medical Event Data Collection and Analysis Service (MEDCAS), an NTSB for Medicine Anesthesiology : A1789
43. 2007 ASCCA: Bridging the Link Between the OR and the ICU. ASA Newsletter, 71(2):40-41
44. 2007 Safety Culture: Easy to advocate, difficult to create (editorial) Crit Care Med 35:1429
45. 2007 Relationship between Venous Return and Cardiac Output in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery Anesthesiology : A1268
46. 2007 “Tighter” Glucose Control Reduces Hyperglycemia but Not the Circadian Variation in Glucose Levels Anesthesiology : A556
47. 2007 Safety and tolerability of Ganoderma lucidum in healthy subjects: a double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial. Am J Chin Med 35:407-414
48. 2007 Regularly irregular: how groups reconcile cross-cutting agendas and demand in healthcare. Cognition, Technology & Work/, 9(3), 139-48
49. 2007 Caring for the Critical Ill Pregnant Patient SCCMMDR
50. 2007 Fulminant Liver Failure After Radical Prostatectomy in the Hyperlordotic Position. Anesth Analg 103:986-8
51. 2007 We Built It, but They Did Not Come Anesthesiology : A2041
52. 2006 The Ambu bag is superior to the Mapleson D for hyperventilating Electroconvulsive Therapy Patients Anesthesiology ;105:A-1277
53. 2006 Creating resilient IT: how the sign-out sheet shows clinicians make healthcare work AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings/AMIA Symposium. :584-8
54. 2006 Sensemaking, safety, and cooperative work in the intensive care unit. Cognition, Technology & Work
55. 2006 Don’t close the valve! The effect of closing the valve on ventilation in patients undergoing ECT Anesthesiology ;105:A-939
56. 2006 Methylnaltrexone Reverses Opioid-Induced Bowel Dysfunction (OBD) in a Critically Ill Burn Patient a Case Report Poster 545 American College of Gastroenterology 71st Annual Scientific Meeting October 20-25
57. 2006 It’s 4am…. Check the glucose! Circadian changes in ICU glucose levels with tight glycemic control Anesthesiology ;105:A-1734
58. 2006 Cardiac output is determined by venous return in patients undergoing cardiac surgery Anesthesiology ;105:A-1425
59. 2006 Discovering Health Care Cognition:The Use of Cognitive Artifacts to Reveal Cognitive Work Organization Studies 27(7):1011-35
60. 2005 Airway management Principles of Critical Care.
61. 2005 Argatroban anticoagulation in patients with ventricular assist devices. Anesth & Analg ; 100:S-120
62. 2005 Discovering variability in infusion device flow rates by automated gravimetric measurement Anesthesiology ; 103: A-885
63. 2005 Failure in context: Linking observed behavior to cognition, tasks, and adverse events Anesthesiology; 103:A-1296
64. 2005 Distributed cognition: how hand-off communication actually works. Anesthesiology ; 103:A-1289
65. 2005 Central venous oxygen saturation does not correlate with serum lactate in patients with cardiogenic shock after cardiac surgery. Anesthesiology ; 103:A-293
66. 2005 Making information technology a team player in safety: The case of infusion devices. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Vol 2, pp 319-330
67. 2005 Cognitive artifacts' implications for health care information technology: Revealing how practitioners create and share their understanding of daily work. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Vol 2, pp 279-92
68. 2005 Tolerability, Gut Effects, and Pharmacokinetics of Methylnaltrexone Following repeated Intravenous Administration in Humans J Clin Pharmacol 45:538-546
69. 2005 Correlation of peripheral venous pressure with central venous pressure in critically ill patients Anesth & Analg ; 100: S-126
70. 2005 Thinking About Accidents and Systems Medication Safety: A Guide to Health Care Facilities Maryland:ASHP, pp. 73-87
71. 2005 End Run: How it causes unforeseen effects in anesthesia. Anesth & Analg ; 100:S-166
72. 2005 Critical illness in pregnancy Principles of Critical Care
73. 2005 Getting to the Point: Developing IT for the Sharp End of Healthcare. Biomed Inform 38:18-25
74. 2004 Using Cognitive Artifacts to Understand Distributed Cognition. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics-Part A. 34: 726-735
75. 2004 Is there a blood substitute in my future? ASA Refresher Courses in Anesthesiology Vol 32
76. 2004 Crafting Information Technology Solutions, Not Experiments, for the ED. Acad Emerg Med 11:1114-1117
77. 2004 SARS, emerging infections, and bioterrorism preparedness. Lancet Infect Dis 4:483-484
78. 2004 Further thoughts on being forehanded. conference on surgical error. U.S. Army Medical Command
79. 2004 How cognitive artifact support of acute care distributed cognition affects patient safety. International Conference on//Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM) Conference/Berlin.
80. 2004 Correlation of peripheral venous pressure with central venous pressure in critically ill patients Anesthesiology ;101:A-411
81. 2004 Fixing Drug and Pump Mismatches: How practitioners make up the difference through coping strategies Anesthesiology ;101:A-1284
82. 2004 Laying traps: How interface design of infusion devices contributes to adverse events. Anesthesiology ;101:A-1296
83. 2004 Deriving the Most Benefit from Bar Coded Medication Administration. APSF Newsletter p. 24,
84. 2003 The presence of intensivists decreases the number of lawsuits and potential medical-legal events Anesthesiology ;99:A-466
85. 2003 The incidence of overt stroke in low in high risk patients undergoing off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting Anesthesiology ;99:A-448
86. 2003 Using cognitive artifacts to understand distributed cognition. In Xiao, Y., Special Session on Distributed Planning. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man & Cybernetics
87. 2003 Using finite state modeling to compare and contrast infusion devices in the context of device specificity. Anesthesiology ;99:A-532
88. 2003 Distributing Cognition: ICU handoffs conform to Grice’s Maxims. SCCM
89. 2003 Being bumpable: Consequences of resource saturation and near-saturation for cognitive demands on ICU practitioners. Anesth Analg ; 96:S98
90. 2002 letter. Anesthesiology 96: 257
91. 2002 Poor correlation of BIS value with neurologic status in metabolically deranged or neurologically injured patients. Anesthesiology ;97:A-378
92. 2002 BIS Variability in the obtunded and comatose patient. Anesthesiology ;97:A-583
93. 2002 Airway assessment of 25,000 patients in a preoperative clinic. Anesth Analg ;94:S-113
94. 2002 Effects of subcutaeous methylnaltrexone on morphine-induced peripherally mediated side effects: a double-blind randomized placebo controlled trial. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 300:118-123
95. 2002 Lost in menuspace: variability among users programming infusion devices under controlled conditions. Anesthesiology ;97:A-521
96. 2002 Airway management in the ICU. Critical Care Medicine: Perioperative Management, 2nd ed.pp. 89-101
97. 2002 Upper bound for performance of incident reporting systems based on experience with Phase III adverse event reporting Anesthesiology;97:A-1089
98. 2001 An Intensivists Life: A Career in Critical Care Medicine Inspirations 4(4)p. 8-10
99. 2001 Airway management outside the operating room Problems in Anesthesia 13(1):58-68
100. 2001 Lactate vs. chloride: Which is better? Anesth Analg 93:809-10
101. 2001 BIS monitoring to prevent awareness during general anesthesia. Anesthesiology 94:520-522
102. 2001 Propofol in an emulsion of long- and medium-chain triglycerides: The effect on pain. Anesth Analg 93:382-384
103. 2001 Effects of etomidate solved in a long-chain lipid emulsion (LCT) on adrenal suppression Anesth Analg ;92: S159
104. 2001 Subcutaneous methylnaltrexaone reduces morphine induced subjective effects in humans. Anesthesiology ;95:A817
105. 2001 Previous Difficult Airway: Who could tell? Anesthesiology ;95: A1133
106. 2001 Pharmacokineticcs of subcutaneous methylnaltrexone: Different route of administration comparison Anesthesiolgy ;95: A963
107. 2000 Cardiopulmonary bypass produces greater pulmonary than systemic proinflammatory cytokines Anesth Analg 90:1039-1045
108. 2000 The incidence of awareness in a high risk population in approximately 1/2,200. Anesth Analg ;90:S225
109. 2000 Anesthesiologists are not discontinuing the new MAO inhibitor Selegiline Preoperatively. Anesthesiology ;93:A54
110. 2000 Midazolam abolished and Flumazenil induced ischemic preconditioning in cultured cardiomyocytes Anesthesiology ;93:A235
111. 2000 Oral Methylnaltrexone reverses chronic opioid induced constipation Anesthesiology ;93:A872
112. 2000 Anesthesiologists are not discontinuing metformin preoperatively. Anesthesiology ;93:A1182
113. 2000 Update on transfusion therapy Semin Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 4:236-243
114. 2000 Perioperative plasma therapy Anesthesiology News
115. 2000 Neutrophil Number and Interleukin-8 and elastase concentrations in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid correlate with decreased arterial oxygenation after cardiopulmonary bypass. Anesth Analg 90:1046-1051
116. 2000 Daily interruption of sedative infusions in critical ill patients undergoing mechanical ventilation N Engl J Med 342:1471-1477
117. 2000 Effects of enteric-coated methylnaltrexone in preventing opioid-induced delay in oral-cecal transit time. Clin Pharmacol Ther 67:398-404
118. 2000 Minimizing intraoperative recall Curr Opin Anaesthesiol 13:359-364
119. 2000 Methylnaltrexone for reversal of constipation due to chronic methadone use: A randomized controlled trial JAMA 283:367-372
120. 2000 Lack of significant endocrine side effects during TIVA with S(+) ketamine and etomidate or propofol. Anesth Analg ;90:S465
121. 2000 Antagonism of chronic opioid-induced gut effects Anesth Analg ;90:S479
122. 2000 Enteric coated methylnaltrexone prevents opioid-induced oral-cecal transit delay in humans. Anesth Analg ;90:S409
123. 2000 Would we recognize an MAO inhibitor if we saw one? Anesth Analg ;90:S164
124. 2000 Anesthesiologists do not know when to discontinue metformin in the perioperative period Anesth Analg ;90:S176
125. 1999 Pain control, sedation, and use of muscle relaxants Handbook to the Principles of Critical Care. pp. 101-111
126. 1999 Propofol in an MCT/LCT emulsion: effects on pain. Anesthesiology ;91:A383
127. 1999 What is the cost of preventing awareness using BIS monitoring? Anesthesiology ;91:A489
128. 1999 Methylnaltrexone (MNTX reverses chronic opioid constipation: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Anesthesiology ;91:A973
129. 1999 Prolonged sedation in the rat does not lead to sleep deprivation. Anesthesiology ;91:A291
130. 1999 Awake during anesthesia: Statistical analysis does not yet support the contention that monitoring. Anesthesiolgy ;91:A1129
131. 1999 Echocardiography Companion Handbook to the Principles of Critical Care. McGraw Hill, pp. 445-450
132. 1999 Airway management and tracheostomy. Companion Handbook to the Principles of Critical Care. McGraw Hill, pp. 125-136
133. 1999 Clinical examination reliably detects intrinsic positive end-expiratory pressure in critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 159:290-294
134. 1999 Effects of intravenous methylnaltrexone on opioid-induced gut motility and transit time changes in subjects receiving chronic methadone therapy: a pilot study. Pain 83:631-635
135. 1999 Perioperative complications in thermally injured patients. Complications in Anesthesia pp.511-514
136. 1999 Response to inhaled nitric oxide in patients with acute right heart syndrome. J Respir Crit Care Med 159:571-579
137. 1998 Critical illness in pregnancy. Principles of Critical Care, 2nd ed McGraw Hill, pp. 1571-1593
138. 1998 Hyperthermia Principles of Critical Care, 2nd ed McGraw Hill, pp. 1657-1666
139. 1998 Thinking about the Unthinkable For the Alliance Worker’s Compensation Committee
140. 1998 Airway management Principles of Critical Care, 2nd ed McGraw Hill, pp. 111-120
141. 1998 Pitfalls of monitoring sedation in the ICU with the Bispectral index. Anesthesiology ;89:A461
142. 1998 The increase in polymorphonuclear neutrophils, interleukin-8, and elastase of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid may be diagnostic and prognostic indicators of post-cardiopulmonary bypass lung injury. Anesthesiology ;89:A1379
143. 1998 As I see it. Focus on patient safety (Newsletter of the National Patient Safety Foundation) 1(3):2
144. 1998 Acute hypoxic respiratory failure. Principles of Critical Care, 2nd ed. McGraw Hill, pp. 537-564
145. 1998 ARDS: Current treatment and ventilator strategies. Anesthesiology Clinics of North America Breen P, ed. 16(1):155-180
146. 1998 Effects of low-dose morphine on gastric emptying in healthy volunteers. J Clin Pharmacol 38:1017-1020
147. 1998 Gut motility and transit changes in patients receiving long-term methadone maintenance. J Clin Pharmacol 38:931-935
148. 1998 Efficacy of orally administered methylnaltrexone in decreasing subjective effects after intravenous morphine. Drug Alcohol Depend 52:161-165
149. 1997 Treatment of acute right ventricular failure with inhaled nitric oxide Am J Resp Crit Care Med ;155:A703
150. 1997 The effect of lung focality on response to inhaled nitric oxide in acute hypoxemic respiratory failure Am J Resp Crit Care Med ;155:A91
151. 1997 Ondansetron administered at the end of a surgical procedure may reduce the incidence of postoperative vomiting, but not nausea. Anesth Analg ;84:S36
152. 1997 Lormetazepam versus midazolam for sedation of patients who require lung ventilation postoperatively Anesth Analg ;84:S152
153. 1997 Application of suction to the exhaust port of the Puritan Benett 7200 ventilator can result in continuous cycling of the ventilator. Anesth Analg ;84:S258
154. 1997 Risk assessment and reduction in the perioperative period. Critical Care Medicine: Perioperative Management Raven Press, pp. 1-9
155. 1997 Propofol versus midazolam in critically ill patients (letter). Crit Care Med 25:554
156. 1997 Safety and tolerance of methylnaltrexone in healthy humans: A randomized, placebo- J Clin Pharmacol 37:25-30
157. 1997 How - and when - to sedate patients during mechanical ventilation. J Crit Illness 12:208-216
158. 1997 Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of propofol in a new solvent Anesth Analg 85:1399-1403
159. 1997 The role of the vasculature in regulating venous return and cardiac output: historical and graphical approach Can J Anaesth 44:849-867
160. 1997 Sedating critically ill ventilated patients: A pharmacologic primer. J Crit Illness 12:287-299
161. 1997 Nitric Oxide therapy may not improve arterial oxygenation in patients with right heart failure and acute lung injury Anesthesiology ;87:A258
162. 1997 Discontinuation of inhaled nitric oxide in acute hypoxemic respiratory failure: adverse effects on gas-exchange and hemodynamics Am J Resp Crit Care Med ;155:A745
163. 1996 Esophageal varices are not a contraindication to the use of transesophageal echocardiography Anesthesiology ;85:A963
164. 1996 Sedation for critically ill patients with midazolam requires less opiate than sedation with propofol Anesth Analg ;82, S342
165. 1996 Sedation with propofol or midazolam lowers VO2 in critically ill patients. Anesth Analg ;82, S343
166. 1996 Testing the need for blinded observers: an assessment of patient sedation Anesth Analg ;82, S344
167. 1996 Effects of low-dose morphine on gastric emptying in humans. Anesth Analg ;82, S509
168. 1996 Oral methylnaltrexone reverses morphine-induced changes in gastrointestinal motility Anesthesiology ;85: A335
169. 1996 Sedative hypnotic agents in pulmonary and critical care medicine. Pharmacology in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Churchill Livingstone, pp701-706
170. 1996 Methylnaltrexone prevents morphine-induced delay in oral-cecal transit time without affecting analgesia: A double-blind randomized placebo controlled trial Clin Pharmacol Ther 59:469-475
171. 1996 Sedation of critically ill patients during mechanical ventilation. A comparison of propofol and midazolam. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 153:1012-1018
172. 1996 Anesthesia for Lung Resection Vascular Thoracic Anesthesia Manual
173. 1996 Postoperative Management of the Vascular Surgery Patient Vascular Thoracic Anesthesia Manual
174. 1996 Monitoring respiratory function. International Anesthesiology Clinics Vender J, ed. 34 (3): 1-36
175. 1995 Systemic and gut O2 extraction during endotoxemia: Role of nitric oxide synthesis. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 151:107-115
176. 1995 Elevated interleukin-1 release by alveolar macropahges in open-heart surgery. Anesth Analg ;80, s248
177. 1995 Premedication with dihydrocodeine reduces opiate requirements postoperatively. Anesth Analg ;80, s193
178. 1995 Etomidate formulations and hemolysis. Anesth Analg ;80, s192
179. 1995 Lormetazepam supplements anesthesia with N2O, droperidol does not Anesth Analg ;80, s103
180. 1995 Sedation with propofol lowers VCO2 in critically ill patients, but does not alter respiratory quotient. Anesth Analg ;80, s352
181. 1994 Methylnaltrexone reduces morphine induced postoperative emesis by 30%, Anesth Analg ;78, s119
182. 1994 Nursing assessment of portable AP chest x-rays. Dim Crit Care Nurs 13:127-132
183. 1994 The Effect of Phenobarbital on psychomotor recovery after Sevoflurane. Anesthesiology ;81:A5
184. 1994 Phenobarbital and the defluorination of sevoflurane in healthy male volunteers. Anesthesiology ;81:A364
185. 1994 Premedication with H1 and H2 blocking agents reduced the incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting, Anesth Analg ;78, s96
186. 1994 Propylene glycol 35% causes hemolysis in humans, Anesth Analg ;78, s93
187. 1993 Ibuprofen alone in the treatment of migraine. Anesthesiology ;79, A837
188. 1993 The use of muscle relaxants in the ICU J Intensive Care Med 8:34-46
189. 1993 Effects of nitric oxide synthase inhibition on oxygen extraction during endotoxemia in the dog Am Rev Resp Dis ;147, A615
190. 1993 The stress response, as measured by plasma catecholamines, does not predict postoperative coagulation status. Anesth Analg ;76, s94
191. 1993 Which is better for acute migraine pain: dihydroergotamine, paracetamol, a combination, or placebo? Anesth Analg ;76, s82
192. 1993 Etomidate formulated in propylene glycol causes histamine release in some patients, Anesth Analg ;76, s84
193. 1992 Thromboelastogram fails to predict postoperative hemorrhage in cardiac patients. Ann Thorac Surg 53:435-439
194. 1992 Lipid emulsion is superior to propylene glycol as a vehicle for etomidate. Anesthesiology ;77, A346
195. 1992 Pretreatment with midazolam prevents catecholamine and cortisol release during induction with (+)-isomer ketamine Anesthesiology ;77, A415
196. 1990 Blood transfusion therapy for vascular surgery. Anesthesia for Vascular Surgery. Churchill Livingstone, pp 441-463
197. 1989 Adverse cardiopulmonary sequelae after OKT3 administration. Anesthesiology 71:A944
198. 1987 In situ immunophenotype of human liver biopsies following orthotopic liver transplantation. Lab Invest 56:20A
199. 1986 The heavily armored gun-armed main battle tank is not optimized for mechanized warfare Armor Magazine
200. 1985 A unified environment for image processing, graphics, and instrument control. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Computer Workstations, IEEE Computer Society, San Jose, California, pp. 173-180
201. 1984 An integrated digital imaging operations manager (IDIOM). AAAS Conference on Computers in Science

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