Taenzer

Taen·zer

(tān'tzer),
Paul R., German dermatologist, 1858-1919. See: Taenzer stain, Unna-Taenzer stain.
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(17.) Franke K, Carl-McGrath S, Roehl F-W, Lendeckel U, Ebert MPA, Taenzer M, et al.
Taenzer (Dunhuang Region, 76) proposes that this Sheep year cannot be dated any later than 827 because monk Hongbian [phrase omitted] was appointed as the Chief Buddhist Controller (Tib.
(25.) Hanssen AK, Wagner J, Gorges TM, Taenzer A, Uzunoglu FG, Driemel C, et al.
Ramien C, Taenzer A, Lupu A, Heckmann N, Engler JB, Patas K, et al.
[7.] Polaner DM, Taenzer AH, Walker BJ, Bosenberg A, Krane EJ, Suresh S, et al.
Observational studies and case reports indicate that post-operative monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry is effective in detecting hypoxaemic events (Olson et al 1999; Reeder et al 1992) and is associated with a lower incidence of rescue events and transfers to the ICU for a general surgery patient population (Taenzer et al 2010).
5 Taenzer, Andreas H.; Pyke, Joshua B.; McGrath, Susan P.; Blike, George T.
(17.) Taenzer, P Bultz, BD Carlson, LE Speca, M DeGagne, T Olson, K Doll, R Rosberger, Z.
(2.) Carlson L, Lounsberry J, Maciejewski O, Wright K, Collacutt V, Taenzer P.
One example is the expanded routine use of pulse oximetry in medical-surgical units being implemented to reduce the need for rescues and intensive care unit (ICU) transfers (Taenzer, Pyke, & McGrath, 2011; Taenzer, Pyke, McGrath, & Blike, 2010).