Abstracts

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Clyde H. Barlow, Ph.D.MICROSPHERE IMAGING SYSTEM.
Susan Bernard, DVMDISTRIBUTION OF PULMONARY AND BRONCHIAL BLOOD SUPPLY TO AIRWAYS MEASURED BY FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES
Lynn F. Buchwalder, MSADRENAL BLOOD FLOW MEASUREMENT WITH FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES (FMS) IN FETAL SHEEP: SPLANCHNICOTOMY (SPLX) AND HYPOXEMIA.
Michael G. Clark, DSc.TYPE B VASOCONSTRICTOR EFFECT ON FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERE DISTRIBUTION IN THE CONSTANT FLOW PERFUSED RAT HINDLIMB
William C. Dalsey, MDINTER- AND INTRA-ANIMAL VARIABILITY IN BASELINE ORGAN BLOOD FLOW (BF) IN RATS AS MEASURED WITH FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES (FM)
Eugene C. Eckstein, PhDA TRANSPORT MODEL TO DESCRIBE MIXING IN BLOOD FLOW
C. Andrew Eynon, MDORGAN-SPECIFIC FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERE RECOVERY IN THE RAT
C. Andrew Eynon, MDCORONARY AND RENAL BLOOD FLOWS DURING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR) IN PIGS
Jon R. EwenHETEROGENEITY OF FLOW AND METABOLISM IN RAT HEART DURING GRADED ISCHEMIA.
Michael P. Hlastala, PhDPULMONARY PERFUSION DISTRIBUTION IN EXERCISING HORSES.
Iain Johnson, PhDINTRODUCTION TO FLUORESCENCE METHODS.
Daniel L Luchtel, PhDHISTOLOGICAL METHODS TO DETERMINE ORGAN BLOOD FLOW DISTRIBUTION.
Karen PowersADAPTATION OF THE SEDIMENTATION METHOD TO MEASURE BRAIN BLOOD FLOW USING FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES.
Frits Prinzen, PhDFLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES FOR BLOOD FLOW MEASUREMENTS - AN OVERVIEW -
H.Thomas Robertson, MDFLUORESCENT MICROSPHERE (FMS) AEROSOLS PROVIDE HIGH RESOLUTION MAPS OF REGIONAL VENTILATION.
Dawn A. RorvikFLUORESCENT MICROSPHERE COUNTING FOR FLOW MEASUREMENTS.
Carmel SchimmelVALIDATION OF AUTOMATED SPECTROFLUORIMETRY FOR MEASUREMENT OF REGIONAL LUNG PERFUSION USING FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES.
Carmel SchimmelVALIDATION OF SPILLOVER CORRECTION FOR 10 FLUORESCENT LABELED MICROSPHERES.
Wei-Ping Tan, MScUSING FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES TO ASSESS REGIONAL BLOOD FLOW IN FETAL LAMBS IN UTERO.
Michelle A. VincentMETABOLIC EFFECTS OF MICROSPHERE INFUSION IN THE PERFUSED RAT HINDLIMB
Sten Walther, MDPULMONARY BLOOD FLOW (PBF) HETEROGENEITY IS INCREASED BY POSITIVE END-EXPIRATORY PRESSURE (PEEP) IN SUPINE BUT NOT IN PRONE POSTURE
Yu-zhong Zhang, Ph.D.OPTIMIZED CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUORESCENT MICROSPHERES FOR BLOOD FLOW DETERMINATION.
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Revised: September 4, 1996