geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Medical resources for the anesthesiologist on the internet


, : Medical resources for the anesthesiologist on the internet. Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine 25(1): 99-102, Jan -Feb

Background and Objectives: The Internet may be the most powerful information tool currently available to medical professionals. The first article in this Internet series (Reg Anesth Pain Med 1999;24:369-374) served as an introduction to the World Wide Web, while this article describes specific resources available to anesthesiologists searching for medical information. Editor's Note: This series of articles on information technology describes a number of resources. Inclusion in this article does not imply endorsement or support by the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA-PM). Each reader is encouraged to personally evaluate specific websites because of the rapidly changing content and location of information on the Internet. This article is available on the ASRA-PM website (www.ASRA.com) with updated links to websites in this article.

US$19.90

PMID: 10660249

DOI: 10.1016/S1098-7339(00)80019-X


Other references

Venkatachalam, K.V., 2005: Petromyzonol sulfate and its derivatives: the chemoattractants of the sea lamprey. Petromyzonol sulfate (PZS) and 3 keto-PZS are bile alocohol derivatives that serve as chemoattractants during the life cycle of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus). The sulfonate moiety is crucial perhaps conferring the required solubility for the ph...

Glenn, B., 2009: Remote access. A heartland doctor takes a do-it-yourself approach to office IT. Medical Economics 86(16): 12-15

Buntinas, L.; Gunter, K.K.; Sparagna, G.C.; Sheu, S.S.; Gunter, T.E., 1996: Isolated heart mitochondria take up Ca-2+ via the rapid uptake mode. Biophysical Journal 70(2 PART 2): A351

Burke, F.D.; Lawson, I.J.; McGeoch, K.L.; Miles, J.N.V.; Proud, G., 2005: Carpal tunnel syndrome in association with hand-arm vibration syndrome: a review of claimants seeking compensation in the Mining Industry. Twenty six thousand eight hundred and forty-two miners seeking compensation were clinically assessed for vascular and neurosensory impairment arising from exposure to occupational hand-arm vibration (Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome). They were also as...

Pierce, G.F.; Polmar, S.H., 1982: Lymphocyte dysfunction in cartilage-hair hypoplasia: evidence for an intrinsic defect in cellular proliferation. Individuals with cartilage-hair hypoplasia (CHH), an autosomal recessive form of short-limbed dwarfism, have markedly reduced lymphocyte proliferative responses and cutaneous delayed hypersensitivity reactions, but normal humoral immunity. In the...

Li, C.; Wernig, F.; Leitges, M.; Hu, Y.; Xu, Q., 2003: Mechanical stress-activated PKCdelta regulates smooth muscle cell migration. Vascular smooth muscle cells (SMCs) are exposed to altered mechanical stress that may contribute to SMC migration in the development of atherosclerosis. Signal transduction pathways in SMCs activated by mechanical stress that instigate cell migrat...

Marobbio, C.; Bergonzi, F., 1963: Electrophoresis In Agar Of The Soluble Proteins Of Dog Brain. Archivio Per le Scienze Mediche 116: 188-191

Morrow, M.R.; Davis, J.H.; Sharom, F.J.; Lamb, M.P., 1986: Studies on the interaction of human erythrocyte band 3 with membrane lipids using deuterium nuclear magnetic resonance and differential scanning calorimetry. Human erythrocyte band 3, reconstituted into large unilamellar phospholipid vesicles, has been used as a model system for studying the interactions between membrane lipids and large transmembrane glycoproteins. Both 2H-nuclear magnetic resonance (...

Peterman, S.B.; Steiner, R.E.; Bydder, G.M.; Thomas, D.J.; Tobias, J.S.; Young, I.R., 1985: Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMR), (MRI), of brain stem tumours. The NMR scans of twenty-six patients who were referred with the clinically suspected or histologically verified diagnoses of brain stem tumour were reviewed. Twenty-one patients (eleven children and ten adults) had scans that were positive for tum...

Tsaturyants A.B.; Shabanov S.F.; Ter Karapetyants Z.N.; Aliyev A.A., 1970: Temperature range of Neftyanyye Kamni and Gryazevaya Sopka deposits. Mud volcanoes, temperature data, heat flow, geothermal anomalies, USSR.