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    1. Dorges, V; Ocker, H; Wenzel, V; Sauer, C; Schmucker, P
      Emergency airway management by non-anaesthesia house officers - a comparison of three strategies

      EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL
    2. Wenzel, V
      Integrated assessment and multicriteria analysis

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART B-HYDROLOGY OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE
    3. Ocker, H; Wenzel, V; Schmucker, P; Dorges, V
      Effectiveness of various airway management techniques in a bench model simulating a cardiac arrest patient

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    4. Achleitner, U; Wenzel, V; Strohmenger, HU; Lindner, KH; Baubin, MA; Krismer, AC; Mayr, VD; Amann, A
      The beneficial effect of basic life support on ventricular fibrillation mean frequency and coronary perfusion pressure

      RESUSCITATION
    5. Dorges, V; Wenzel, V; Schumann, T; Neubert, E; Ocker, H; Gerlach, K
      Intubating laryngeal mask airway, laryngeal tube, 1100 ml self-inflating bag-alternatives for basic life support?

      RESUSCITATION
    6. Hamprecht, FA; Achleitner, U; Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Strohmenger, HU; Thiel, W; van Gunsteren, WF; Amann, A
      Fibrillation power, an alternative method of ECG spectral analysis for prediction of countershock success in a porcine model of ventricular fibrillation

      RESUSCITATION
    7. Kornberger, E; Lindner, KH; Mayr, VD; Schwarz, B; Rackwitz, KS; Wenzel, V; Krismer, AC; Mair, P
      Effects of epinephrine in a pig model of hypothermic cardiac arrest and closed-chest cardiopulmonary resuscitation combined with active rewarming

      RESUSCITATION
    8. Amann, A; Achleitner, U; Antretter, H; Bonatti, JO; Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Rieder, J; Wenzel, V; Voelckel, WG; Strohmenger, HU
      Analysing ventricular fibrillation ECG-signals and predicting defibrillation success during cardiopulmonary resuscitation employing N(alpha)-histograms

      RESUSCITATION
    9. Wenzel, V; Idris, AH; Dorges, V; Nolan, JP; Parr, MJ; Gabrielli, A; Stallinger, A; Lindner, KH; Baskett, PJF
      The respiratory system during resuscitation: a review of the history, riskof infection during assisted ventilation, respiratory mechanics, and ventilation strategies for patients with an unprotected airway

      RESUSCITATION
    10. Dorges, V; Wenzel, V; Kuhl, A; Dix, S; Huppe, M; Gehring, H; Schumann, T; Gerlach, K
      Emergency medical service transport-induced stress? An experimental approach with healthy volunteers

      RESUSCITATION
    11. Wenzel, V; Idris, AH; Montgomery, WH; Nolan, JP; Parr, MJ; Rasmussen, GE; Tang, WC; Tibballs, J; Wik, L
      Rescue breathing and bag-mask ventilation

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    12. Babbs, CF; Berg, RA; Kette, F; Kloeck, WGJ; Lindner, KH; Lurie, KG; Morley, PT; Nadkarni, VM; Otto, CW; Paradis, NA; Perlman, J; Stiell, I; Timerman, A; Van Reempts, P; Wenzel, V
      Use of pressors in the treatment of cardiac arrest

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    13. Schleien, CL; Osmond, MH; Hickey, R; Hutchison, J; Buunk, G; Douglas, IS; Gervais, HW; Wenzel, V
      Postresuscitation management

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    14. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH
      Vasopressin and epinephrine for cardiac arrest

      LANCET
    15. Voelckel, WG; Lurie, KG; McKnite, S; Zielinski, T; Lindstrom, P; Peterson, C; Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH
      Comparison of epinephrine with vasopressin on bone marrow blood flow in ananimal model of hypovolemic shock and subsequent cardiac arrest

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    16. Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Rainer, B; Mueller, G; Lingnau, V
      Inhibition of nitric oxide improves coronary perfusion pressure and returnof spontaneous circulation in a porcine cardiopulmonary resuscitation model

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    17. Dorges, V; Ocker, H; Neubert, E; Schumann, T; Wenzel, V
      Emergency airway management - comparison of different strategies in an unprotected airway

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    18. Mayr, VD; Wenzel, V; Voelckel, WG; Krismer, AC; Mueller, T; Lurie, KG; Lindner, KH
      Developing a vasopressor combination in a pig model of adult asphyxial cardiac arrest

      CIRCULATION
    19. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH
      Employing vasopressin during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and vasodilatory shock as a lifesaving vasopressor

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    20. Strohmenger, HU; Eftestol, T; Sunde, K; Wenzel, V; Mair, M; Ulmer, H; Lindner, KH; Steen, PA
      The predictive value of ventricular fibrillation electrocardiogram signal frequency and amplitude variables in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    21. Stallinger, A; Wenzel, V; Oroszy, S; Mayr, VD; Idris, AH; Lindner, KH; Hormann, C
      The effects of different mouth-to-mouth ventilation tidal volumes on gas exchange during simulated rescue breathing

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    22. Lurie, KG; Voelckel, WG; Zielinski, T; McKnite, S; Lindstrom, P; Peterson, C; Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Samniah, N; Benditt, D
      Improving standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation with an inspiratory impedance threshold valve in a porcine model of cardiac arrest

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    23. Krismer, AC; Hogan, QH; Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Achleitner, U; Oroszy, S; Rainer, B; Wihaidi, A; Mayr, VD; Spencker, P; Amann, A
      The efficacy of epinephrine or vasopressin for resuscitation during epidural anesthesia

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    24. Wenzel, V; Dorges, V; Lindner, KH; Idris, AH
      Mouth-to-mouth ventilation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Word of mouth in the street versus science

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    25. Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Mayr, VD; Voelckel, WG; Lurie, KG; Strohmenger, HU
      The effects of endogenous and exogenous vasopressin during experimental cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    26. Prengel, AW; Rembecki, M; Wenzel, V; Steinbach, G
      A comparison of the endotracheal tube and the laryngeal mask airway as a route for endobronchial lidocaine administration

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    27. Voelckel, WG; Lurie, KG; Zielinski, T; McKnite, S; Plaisance, P; Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH
      The effects of positive end-expiratory pressure during active compression decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation with the inspiratory threshold valve

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    28. Wenzel, V; Voelckel, WG; Krismer, AC; Mayr, VD; Strohmenger, HU; Baubin, MA; Wagner-Berger, H; Stallinger, A; Lindner, KH
      The new international guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation: an analysis and comments on the most important changes

      ANAESTHESIST
    29. Wenzel, V
      The new international guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Reply

      ANAESTHESIST
    30. Wenzel, V; Padosch, SA; Voelckel, WG; Idris, AH; Krismer, AC; Bettschart-Wolfensberger, R; Lindner, KH
      Survey of effects of anesthesia protocols on hemodynamic variables in porcine cardiopulmonary resuscitation laboratory models before induction of cardiac arrest

      COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
    31. Dorges, V; Wenzel, V; Neubert, E; Schmucker, P
      Emergency airway management by intensive care unit nurses with the intubating laryngeal mask airway and the laryngeal tube

      CRITICAL CARE
    32. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Krismer, AC; Voelckel, WG; Schocke, MF; Hund, W; Witkiewicz, M; Miller, EA; Klima, G; Wissel, J; Lingnau, W; Aichner, FT
      Survival with full neurologic recovery and no cerebral pathology after prolonged cardiopulmonary resuscitation with vasopressin in pigs

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    33. Enna, B; Wenzel, V; Schocke, M; Krismer, AC; Voelckel, WG; Klima, G; Felber, S; Pfaller, K; Lindner, KH
      Excellent coronary perfusion pressure during cardiopulmonary resuscitationis not good enough to ensure long-term survival with good neurologic outcome: a porcine case report

      RESUSCITATION
    34. Dorges, V; Ocker, H; Hagelberg, S; Wenzel, V; Idris, AH; Schmucker, P
      Smaller tidal volumes with room-air are not sufficient to ensure adequate oxygenation during bag-valve-mask ventilation

      RESUSCITATION
    35. Dorges, V; Ocker, H; Hagelberg, S; Wenzel, V; Schmucker, P
      Optimisation of tidal volumes given with self-inflatable bags without additional oxygen

      RESUSCITATION
    36. Voelckel, WG; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Krismer, AC; Hund, W; Muller, G; Oroszy, S; Kornberger, E; Lurie, KG; Mair, P
      Intraosseous blood gases during hypothermia: Correlation with arterial, mixed venous, and sagittal sinus blood

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    37. Voelckel, WG; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Bonatti, J; Hangler, H; Frimmel, C; Kunszberg, E; Lingnau, W
      Effects of vasopressin and epinephrine on splanchnic blood flow and renal function during and after cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pigs

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    38. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Baubin, MA; Voelckel, WG
      Vasopressin decreases endogenous catecholamine plasma concentrations during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pigs

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    39. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Prengel, AW; Strohmenger, HU
      Effect of phased chest and abdominal compression-decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation on myocardial and cerebral blood flow in pigs

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    40. Voelckel, WG; Lurie, KG; McKnite, S; Zielinski, T; Lindstrom, P; Peterson, C; Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V
      Comparison of epinephrine and vasopressin in a pediatric porcine model of asphyxial cardiac arrest

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    41. Wenzel, V; Ewy, GA; Lindner, KH
      Vasopressin and endothelin during cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    42. Kornberger, E; Prengel, AW; Krismer, A; Schwarz, B; Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Mair, P
      Vasopressin-mediated adrenocorticotropin release increases plasma cortisolconcentrations during cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    43. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Krismer, AC; Miller, EA; Voelckel, WG; Lingnau, W
      Repeated administration of vasopressin but not epinephrine maintains coronary perfusion pressure after early and late administration during prolongedcardiopulmonary resuscitation in pigs - Response

      CIRCULATION
    44. Voelckel, WG; Lurie, KG; Lindner, KH; Zielinski, T; McKnite, S; Krismer, AC; Wenzel, V
      Vasopressin improves survival after cardiac arrest in hypovolemic shock

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    45. Wenzel, V; Prengel, AW; Lindner, KH
      A strategy to improve endobronchial drug administration

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    46. Achleitner, U; Wenzel, V; Strohmenger, HU; Krismer, AC; Lurie, KG; Lindner, KH; Amann, A
      The effects of repeated doses of vasopressin or epinephrine on ventricularfibrillation in a porcine model of prolonged cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    47. Dorges, V; Ocker, H; Wenzel, V; Schmucker, P
      The laryngeal tube: A new simple airway device

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    48. Krismer, AC; Lindner, KH; Kornberger, R; Wenzel, V; Mueller, G; Hund, W; Oroszy, S; Lurie, KG; Mair, P
      Cardiopulmonary resuscitation during severe hypothermia in pigs: Does epinephrine or vasopressin increase coronary perfusion pressure?

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    49. Wenzel, V; Keller, C; Idris, AH; Dorges, V; Lindner, KH; Brimacombe, JR
      Effects of smaller tidal volumes during basic life support ventilation in patients with respiratory arrest: good ventilation, less risk?

      RESUSCITATION
    50. Doerges, V; Sauer, C; Ocker, H; Wenzel, V; Schmucker, P
      Smaller tidal volumes during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: comparison of adult and paediatric self-inflatable bags with three different ventilatory devices

      RESUSCITATION
    51. Strohmenger, HU; Wenzel, V; Eberhard, R; Guth, BD; Lurie, KG; Lindner, KH
      Effects of the specific bradycardic agent zatebradine on hemodynamic variables and myocardial blood flow during the early postresuscitation phase in pigs

      RESUSCITATION
    52. Baubin, M; Sumann, G; Rabl, W; Eibl, G; Wenzel, V; Mair, P
      Increased frequency of thorax injuries with ACD-CPR

      RESUSCITATION
    53. Doerges, V; Sauer, C; Ocker, H; Wenzel, V; Schmucker, P
      Airway management during cardiopulmonary resuscitation - a comparative study of bag-valve-mask, laryngeal mask airway and combitube in a bench model

      RESUSCITATION
    54. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Augenstein, S; Voelckel, W; Strohmenger, HU; Prengel, AW; Steinbach, G
      Intraosseous vasopressin improves coronary perfusion pressure rapidly during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pigs

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    55. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Prengel, AW; Maier, C; Voelckel, W; Lurie, KG; Strohmenger, HU
      Vasopressin improves vital organ blood flow after prolonged cardiac arrestwith postcountershock pulseless electrical activity in pigs

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    56. Wenzel, V; Lindner, KH; Krismer, AC; Miller, EA; Voelckel, WG; Lingnau, W
      Repeated administration of vasopressin but not epinephrine maintains coronary perfusion pressure after early and late administration during prolongedcardiopulmonary resuscitation in pigs

      CIRCULATION
    57. Voelckel, WG; Lindner, KH; Wenzel, V; Bonatti, JO; Krismer, AC; Miller, EA; Lurie, KG
      Effect of small-dose dopamine on mesenteric blood flow and renal function in a pig model of cardiopulmonary resuscitation with vasopressin

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    58. Voelckel, W; Wenzel, V; Rieger, M; Antretter, H; Padosch, S; Schobersberger, W
      Temporary extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in the treatment of acute traumatic lung injury

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    59. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; MAYER H; LURIE KG; PRENGEL AW
      VASOPRESSIN COMBINED WITH NITROGLYCERIN INCREASES ENDOCARDIAL PERFUSION DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Resuscitation
    60. PRENGEL AW; LINDNER KH; WENZEL V; TUGTEKIN I; ANHAUPL T
      SPLANCHNIC AND RENAL BLOOD-FLOW AFTER CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION WITH EPINEPHRINE AND VASOPRESSIN IN PIGS

      Resuscitation
    61. Wenzel, V; Idris, AH; Banner, MJ; Kubilis, PS; Band, R; Williams, JL; Lindner, KH
      Respiratory system compliance decreases after cardiopulmonary resuscitation and stomach inflation: impact of large and small tidal volumes on calculated peak airway pressure

      RESUSCITATION
    62. WENZEL V; IDRIS AH; BANNER MJ; KUBILIS PS; WILLIAMS JL
      INFLUENCE OF TIDAL VOLUME ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF GAS BETWEEN THE LUNGS AND STOMACH IN THE NONINTUBATED PATIENT RECEIVING POSITIVE-PRESSURE VENTILATION

      Critical care medicine
    63. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; AUGENSTEIN S; PRENGEL AW; STROHMENGER HU
      VASOPRESSIN COMBINED WITH EPINEPHRINE DECREASES CEREBRAL PERFUSION COMPARED WITH VASOPRESSIN ALONE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Stroke
    64. LURIE KG; MULLIGAN KA; MCKNITE SH; MADDUX JT; ZIELINSKI TM; PETERSON CA; WENZEL V; LINDER KH
      NITROGLYCERIN ENHANCES VASOPRESSOR EFFICACY DURING CPR

      Circulation
    65. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; BAUBIN MA; VOELCKEL W
      VASOPRESSIN DECREASES ENDOGENOUS CATECHOLAMINE PLASMA-LEVELS DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Circulation
    66. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; AUGENSTEIN S; PRENGEL AW; STROHMENGER HU
      VASOPRESSIN COMBINED WITH EPINEPHRINE DECREASES CEREBRAL PERFUSION COMPARED WITH VASOPRESSIN ALONE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Circulation
    67. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; AUGENSTEIN S; VOELCKEL W; STROHMENGER HU; PRENGEL AW; STEINBACH G
      INTRAOSSEOUS VASOPRESSIN IMPROVES CORONARY PERFUSION-PRESSURE RAPIDLYDURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Circulation
    68. WENZEL V; IDRIS AH; BANNER MJ; KUBILIS PS; BAND RA; WILLIAMS JL; LINDNER KH
      RESPIRATORY SYSTEM COMPLIANCE DECREASES AFTER STOMACH INFLATION - IMPACT OF LARGE AND SMALL TIDAL VOLUMES ON CALCULATED PEAK AIRWAY PRESSURE

      Circulation
    69. LINDNER KH; WENZEL V
      ADVANTAGES OF VASOPRESSIN AS A VASOPRESSOR DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    70. WENZEL V; PADOSCH SA; LINDNER KH
      VASOPRESSIN AS AN ALTERNATIVE VASOPRESSOR IN CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION - LITERATURE-REVIEW AND COMPARISON WITH EPINEPHRINE

      Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift
    71. KISSOON N; IDRIS A; WENZEL V; MURPHY S; RUSH W
      INTRAOSSEOUS AND CENTRAL VENOUS-BLOOD ACID-BASE RELATIONSHIP DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION

      Pediatric emergency care
    72. RIEBER A; TOMCZAK RJ; MERGO PJ; WENZEL V; ZEITLER H; BRAMBS HJ
      MRI OF THE BREAST IN THE DIFFERENTIAL-DIAGNOSIS OF MASTITIS VERSUS INFLAMMATORY CARCINOMA AND FOLLOW-UP

      Journal of computer assisted tomography
    73. WENZEL V; LEHMKUHL P; KUBILIS PS; IDRIS AH; PICHLMAYR I
      POOR CORRELATION OF MOUTH-TO-MOUTH VENTILATION SKILLS AFTER BASIC LIFE-SUPPORT TRAINING AND 6 MONTHS LATER

      Resuscitation
    74. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; PRENGEL AW; LURIE KG; STROHMENGER HU
      ENDOBRONCHIAL VASOPRESSIN IMPROVES SURVIVAL DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION IN PIGS

      Anesthesiology
    75. LINDNER KH; WENZEL V
      NEWER MECHANICAL METHODS OF CARDIOPULMONA RY-RESUSCITATION - A REVIEWAND ANALYSIS OF EFFICACY

      Anasthesist
    76. WENZEL V; LINDNER KH; PRENGEL AW
      VENTILATION DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSC ITATION - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND AN ANALYSIS OF VENTILATION STRATEGIES

      Anasthesist
    77. DANIEL H; AMASHEH S; WENZEL V; WEBER WM; CLAUSS W
      TRANSPORT OF CHARGED SUBSTRATES BY THE INTESTINAL PEPTIDE CARRIER PEPT1 EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCTYES

      The FASEB journal
    78. WENZEL V; FUERST RS; IDRIS AH; BANNER MJ; RUSH WJ; ORBAN DJ
      AUTOMATIC MECHANICAL DEVICE TO STANDARDIZE ACTIVE COMPRESSION-DECOMPRESSION CPR

      Annals of emergency medicine
    79. IDRIS AH; WENZEL V; BECKER LB; BANNER MJ; ORBAN DJ
      DOES HYPOXIA OR HYPERCARBIA INDEPENDENTLY AFFECT RESUSCITATION FROM CARDIAC-ARREST

      Chest
    80. IDRIS AH; WENZEL V; BANNER MJ; MELKER RJ
      SMALLER TIDAL VOLUMES MINIMIZE GASTRIC INFLATION DURING CPR WITH AN UNPROTECTED AIRWAY

      Circulation
    81. IDRIS AH; FUERST RS; WENZEL V; RUSH WJ; MELKER RJ; ORBAN DJ; BECKER LB
      BENEFITS OF VENTILATION FOR CPR - REPLY

      Circulation
    82. FLECHSIG M; ERHARD M; WENZEL V
      SIMULATION-BASED REGIONAL MODELS - CONCEPT, DESIGN AND APPLICATION

      Ecological modelling
    83. TUCKER KJ; IDRIS AH; WENZEL V; ORBAN DJ
      CHANGES IN ARTERIAL AND MIXED VENOUS-BLOOD GASES DURING UNTREATED VENTRICULAR-FIBRILLATION AND CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION

      Resuscitation
    84. IDRIS AH; BANNER MJ; WENZEL V; FUERST RS; BECKER LB; MELKER RJ
      VENTILATION CAUSED BY EXTERNAL CHEST COMPRESSION IS UNABLE TO SUSTAINEFFECTIVE GAS-EXCHANGE DURING CPR - A COMPARISON WITH MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      Resuscitation
    85. IDRIS AH; BECKER LB; WENZEL V; FUERST RS; GRAVENSTEIN N
      LACK OF UNIFORM DEFINITIONS AND REPORTING IN LABORATORY MODELS OF CARDIAC-ARREST - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND A PROPOSAL FOR GUIDELINES

      Annals of emergency medicine
    86. KISSOON N; IDRIS A; WENZEL V; PETERSON R; MURPHY S; RUSH W
      COMPARISON OF THE ACID-BASE-BALANCE OF INTRAOSSEOUS (IO) AND MIXED VENOUS (V) BLOOD-GASES DURING CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION

      Pediatric research
    87. LINDER M; WENZEL V; LINDER D; STIRM S
      STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN GLYCOPROTEIN-70 FROM POLYTROPIC FRIEND MINK CELL FOCUS-INDUCING VIRUS AND GLYCOPROTEIN-71 FROM ECOTROPIC FRIEND MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS, AS DEFINED BY DISULFIDE-BONDING PATTERN AND LIMITEDPROTEOLYSIS

      Journal of virology
    88. WENZEL V; IDRIS AH; BANNER MJ; FUERST RS; TUCKER KJ
      THE COMPOSITION OF GAS GIVEN BY MOUTH-TO-MOUTH VENTILATION DURING CPR

      Chest
    89. IDRIS AH; BECKER LB; FUERST RS; WENZEL V; RUSH WJ; MELKER RJ; ORBAN DJ
      EFFECT OF VENTILATION ON RESUSCITATION IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF CARDIAC-ARREST

      Circulation
    90. SIDI A; WENZEL V; RUSH W
      LASER-DOPPLER PERFUSION MONITOR TO MEASURE REGIONAL BLOOD-FLOW IN NORMAL IN ISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM IN PIGS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    91. IDRIS AH; FUERST RS; WENZEL V; BECKER LB; ORBAN DJ; BANNER MJ
      DOES HYPOXIA OR HYPERCARBIC ACIDOSIS INDEPENDENTLY AFFECT SURVIVAL FROM CARDIAC-ARREST

      Circulation


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