Articles by Jacqueline M. Crissey in JoVE
En Alternant metod till den traditionella NASA bakdelen Lossning modell hos möss J. Andries Ferreira1, Jacqueline M. Crissey2, Marybeth Brown1,2 1Physical Therapy Department, University of Missouri, Columbia, 2Biomedical Sciences Department, University of Missouri, Columbia Vi utvecklade en alternant bakdelen lossning modell i möss. Den främsta fördelen med våra bakdelen lossning svans-ringen metoden jämfört med konventionell Morey-Holton tail-grepp tekniken är en enkel okomplicerad procedur som minimerar stressen på djuret.
Other articles by Jacqueline M. Crissey on PubMed
The Potential Utility of Fibrin Sealant Dressing in Repair of Vascular Injury in Swine The Journal of Trauma. Jan, 2007 | Pubmed ID: 17215739 A previous study in which fibrin sealant dressing (FSD) secured hemostasis in major arterial hemorrhage for 96 hours suggested the applicability of this dressing in damage control operations after severe trauma. The objective of this study was to determine the effective duration of FSD hemostatic function in vivo and to examine its potential utility for definitive repair of a major arterial injury in swine.
In Vivo Bleeding Time and in Vitro Thrombelastography Measurements Are Better Indicators of Dilutional Hypothermic Coagulopathy Than Prothrombin Time The Journal of Trauma. Jun, 2007 | Pubmed ID: 17563647 The coagulopathy of trauma is generally confirmed by prothrombin time (PT) > or =16 seconds or an international normalized ratio > or =1.5. However, the utility of these values as a screening test is unknown. We examined different coagulation tests to determine the best predictor of coagulopathic bleeding and mortality in a small animal hemorrhage model.
Effects of Synthetic Versus Natural Colloid Resuscitation on Inducing Dilutional Coagulopathy and Increasing Hemorrhage in Rabbits The Journal of Trauma. May, 2008 | Pubmed ID: 18469644 : On the basis of logistic benefits of colloids over crystalloids, the U.S. military selected Hextend for resuscitation of combat casualties in the field. We investigated the effects of resuscitation with this fluid, as well as other colloids, on coagulation and uncontrolled bleeding in rabbits subjected to a splenic injury.