Dr. Kara Lackowski practices Occupational Medicine in ISSAQUAH, WA. Dr. Lackowski evaluates the interaction between work and health. Occupational medicine physicians have general knowledge of worksite operations and are familiar with the toxic properties of materials used by employees and the potential hazards and stressors of work processes; in addition to being qualified to determine an employees physical and emotional fitness for work; diagnosing and treating occupational diseases; handling work related injuries; and having an understanding of rehabilitation methods, health education techniques, sanitation, and workers compensation laws.
- Modified miniprep method for the rapid recovery of episomes from transfected breast epithelial cells.
- Gas-phase conformations and folding energetics of oligonucleotides: dTG- and dGT-.
- Isomers of Small Carbon Cluster Anions: Linear Chains with up to 20 Atoms.
- Gas-phase ion chromatography: transition metal state selection and carbon cluster formation.
- Conformation of macromolecules in the gas phase: use of matrix-assisted laser desorption methods in ion chromatography.
- Evidence from ion chromatography experiments that met-cars are hollow cage clusters.
- Discordance between patient-predicted and model-predicted life expectancy among ambulatory patients with heart failure.
- New design of an ion cyclotron resonance cell capable of temperature variation over the range 80< or =T< or =450 K.
- Is shock a key element in the pathology of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)?
- Got the picture? Using mobile phone technology to reinforce discharge instructions.
- Reactions of transition-metal ions with methylsilanes in the gas phase. The formation and characteristics of strong transition metal-silylene bonds.
- Results of the Chronic Heart Failure Intervention to Improve MEdication Adherence study: A randomized intervention in high-risk patients.
- Cardiovascular Health Among an Underserved Population: Clinical Implications.
- Improving Congestive Heart Failure Care with a Clinical Decision Unit.
- Cardiovascular Disease and HIV: Pathophysiology, Treatment Considerations, and Nursing Implications.
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