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Heerdt PM, Klotz S, Burkhoff D.  2006.  Cardiomyopathic etiology and SERCA2a reverse remodeling during mechanical support of the failing human heart.. Anesth Analg. 102(1):32-7.
Lichtman AD, Oribabor C.  2006.  Malignant hyperthermia following systemic rewarming after hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass.. Anesth Analg. 102(2):372-5.
Tu J, Stoodley MA, Morgan MK, Storer KP.  2006.  Responses of arteriovenous malformations to radiosurgery: ultrastructural changes.. Neurosurgery. 58(4):749-58;discussion749-58.
Baars JH, Tas S, Herold KF, Hadzidiakos DA, Rehberg B.  2006.  The suppression of spinal F-waves by propofol does not predict immobility to painful stimuli in humans.. Br J Anaesth. 96(1):118-26.
Baars JH, Dangel C, Herold KF, Hadzidiakos DA, Rehberg B.  2006.  Suppression of the human spinal H-reflex by propofol: a quantitative analysis.. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 50(2):193-200.
Skubas N, Slepian RL, Lee LY, Tortolani AJ.  2006.  Tricuspid regurgitation caused by eustachian valve endocarditis.. Anesth Analg. 103(6):1410-1.
Tu J, Stoodley MA, Morgan MK, Storer KP.  2006.  Ultrastructure of perinidal capillaries in cerebral arteriovenous malformations.. Neurosurgery. 58(5):961-70;discussion961-70.
Gill JM, Fleischut P, Haas S, Pellini B, Crawford A, Nash DB.  2006.  Use of antibiotics for adult upper respiratory infections in outpatient settings: a national ambulatory network study.. Fam Med. 38(5):349-54.