Terminating prolonged refractory status epilepticus using ketamine.
ABSTRACT Refractory status epilepticus (RSE) is an emergent and difficult neurologic problem that is not uncommon in clinical practice. In this report, we describe a 23-year-old man whose RSE was refractory to standard antiepileptic drugs and barbiturates; it was successfully terminated only with intravenous ketamine. In this report, we evaluated and discuss the clinical and electroencephalographic effects under ketamine. This case and the rare cases of ketamine experience in RSE reported in the literature show that ketamine is potentially effective to use when treating patients with RSE. Further clinical trials are warranted, however.
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ABSTRACT: A multilayer feedforward neural network is used to realize a moving-average model of an induction motor. This input-output representation generalizes earlier, widely-used static load models to include dynamic loads. The new model can easily be integrated in existing power flow and stability programs. The validity of the proposed methodology is demonstrated with the successful identification of small and large induction motors described by first-order and third-order differential models, respectively. The neural network-based models can accurately predict the machine real and reactive power consumptions under simultaneous or separate voltage and frequency disturbancesElectric Machines and Drives Conference Record, 1997. IEEE International; 06/1997
Conference Proceeding: Research on improving performance of networked control system based on IA method[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The paper introduced advantage, disadvantage and the status of industrial control application in DCS, FCS and Ethernet, and bring out a method, based on the idea of working in coordination of intelligent agents in the field of distributed artificial intelligence, by which the security and reliability of networked control system can be improved.Intelligent Control and Automation, 2002. Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on; 02/2002