Browse Items (9 total)
- Tags: Equipment Design
Tags: *Needles, 2013, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adult, Anaphylaxis – Drug Therapy, Anaphylaxis/*drug therapy, Bhalla Mary Colleen, Body Mass Index, Cross Sectional Studies, Cross-Sectional Studies, Department of Emergency Medicine, Epinephrine – Administration and Dosage, Epinephrine/*administration & dosage, Equipment Design, Equipment Failure, Female, Frey Jennifer A, Gable Brad D, Human, Humans, Injections, Intramuscular – Equipment and Supplies, Intramuscular/instrumentation, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Needles, NEOMED College of Medicine, Prospective Studies, Quadriceps Muscle/*anatomy & histology/diagnostic imaging, Quadriceps Muscles – Anatomy and Histology, Quadriceps Muscles – Ultrasonography, Reichenbach Matthew R, Sex Factors, Sympathomimetics – Administration and Dosage, Sympathomimetics/*administration & dosage, The American journal of emergency medicine, Ultrasonography, Wilber Scott T, Young Adult
Tags: *Conditioning, *Disease Models, *Inferior colliculus, *Mouse model, *Noise-induced hearing loss, *Operant conditioning, *Sodium salicylate, *Tinnitus, 2017, Acoustic Stimulation, Analysis of Variance, Animal, Animals, Auditory, Avoidance Learning, Bao Jianxin, Brain Stem/physiology, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Electroshock, Equipment Design, Evoked Potentials, Female, Howie Benjamin, Inbred C57BL, Inferior Colliculi/physiopathology, Journal of neuroscience methods, Lei Debin, Male, Mice, Motor Activity, Mulvany Jessica, NEOMED College of Medicine, Neurons/physiology, Operant, Otoacoustic Emissions, Sivaramakrishnan Shobhana, Sodium Salicylate, Spontaneous/physiology, Tinnitus/*diagnosis/physiopathology, Tissue Culture Techniques, Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging, Zuo Hongyan
Pullout strength and load to failure properties of self-tapping cortical screws in synthetic and cadaveric environments representative of healthy and osteoporotic bone.
Tags: *Bone Screws, *Bone Substitutes, *Models, *Osteoporosis, *Shear Strength, 2008, Battula Suneel, Biological, Biomechanical Phenomena, Burton Lyndsey, Cadaver, Corman Steven, Equipment Design, Humans, Materials Testing/*methods, Mechanical, Njus Glen O, Sahai Vivek, Schoenfeld Andrew J, Stress, The Journal of trauma, Vrabec Gregory A
Tags: 2014, Adult, Adult/*therapy, BMC anesthesiology, Cannulation, ECMO, Equipment Design, Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation/*adverse effects/instrumentation/*methods, Firstenberg Michael S, Gupta Saarik C, Hayes Don Jr, Humans, Papadimos Thomas J, Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Stawicki Stanislaw P, Tripathi Ravi S, Tulman David B, Veno-venous, Whitson Bryan A, Xu Xuzhong
Tags: *External Fixators, *Orthopedic Fixation Devices, 2008, Anglen Jeffrey O, Bone/*surgery, Equipment Design, Fracture Fixation – Methods, Fracture Fixation/*instrumentation, Fracture Fixation/*methods, Fracture Healing, Fractures, Humans, Instructional course lectures, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures/instrumentation, Orthopedic Fixation Devices, Prosthesis Design, Smith Wade R, Tornetta Iii Paul, Ziran Bruce H
A novel method for treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis in high-risk surgical candidates: pilot study experience with percutaneous remodeling of ligamentum flavum and lamina.
Tags: 2011, 80 and over, Adult, Aged, Anesthesia, Articular – Surgery, Chopko Bohdan Wolodymyr, Comorbidity, Conscious Sedation, Decompression, Disability Evaluation, Equipment Design, Female, Fluoroscopy, Follow-Up Studies, Human, Humans, Journal of neurosurgery. Spine, Ligaments, Ligamentum Flavum/*surgery, Local, Lumbar Vertebrae – Surgery, Lumbar Vertebrae/*surgery, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Minimally Invasive Procedures – Equipment and Supplies, Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures/*instrumentation, Pain Measurement, Pilot Projects, Pilot Studies, Postoperative Complications – Diagnosis, Postoperative Complications – Prevention and Control, Postoperative Complications/diagnosis/*prevention & control, Prospective Studies, Risk Factors, Spinal Stenosis – Surgery, Spinal Stenosis/*surgery, Surgical – Equipment and Supplies, Surgical/*instrumentation
Continuous emergency department monitoring of arterial saturation in adult patients with respiratory distress.
Tags: 1988, 80 and over, Adult, Adult/*blood, Aged, Annals of emergency medicine, Cannon L, Department of Internal Medicine, Emergencies, Equipment Design, Evaluation Studies as Topic, Gradisek R, Heiselman D, Humans, Jones J, Middle Aged, Monitoring, NEOMED College of Medicine, Oximetry/*instrumentation, Oxygen/*blood, Physiologic/instrumentation, Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Resuscitation