ZIPEZone d'Intervention de Premier Echelon (French: Prime Echelon Intervention Zone)
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Zipes was the founding editor of HeartRhythm; is the editor of Elsevier s Practice Update: Cardiology; and has authored over 800 articles and 24 textbooks, including Braunwald s Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, Cardiac Electrophysiology: From Cell to Bedside, Clinical Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology, and Electrocardiography of Arrhythmias.
Zipes concluded from reviewing the data that a Taser device has the potential to provoke an irregular rapid heartbeat called ventricular arrhythmias, sudden cardiac arrest and even death when aimed at a person's chest.
In contradiction of those who assert that the holocaust terminated the history of the German Jews, Gilman and Zipes devote nine out of fourteen pages of their introduction and just over two hundred pages of the subsequent text to Jewish writing after the shoah.
Zipes himself describes his approach as being in opposition to previous readings that' regard Andersen's works ahistorically and universalize the symbolic formations of his tales as though the author and his social context were insignificant' (p.
Zipes and his associates recently analyzed the cardiac electrophysiologic effects of intrathecal clonidine, another novel therapy for chronic pain.
Zipes and his associates recently documented a reduction in ischemic ventricular arrhythmias with thoracic spinal cord stimulation in dogs with healed MI and superimposed heart failure.
In this major work, Zipes (emeritus, German and comparative literature, U.
Jack Zipes is well known in children's literature criticism, especially for his writings on the history and tradition of fairy-tales.
Zipes supplement the advice of your hearth care provider, whom you should consult for personal medical problems.
Douglas Zipes of the Indiana University School of Medicine (above) says that we need to be able to shock the victim with an AED right away or at least within minutes after the attack.
Zipes supplement the advice of your health care provider, whom you should consult for personal medical problems.