John R. Lumpkin

John R. Lumpkin

From The Division Of Emergency Medicine, University Of Chicago Hospitals And Clinics, Chicago, Illinois, Usa

Direct Impact

Concepts for which John R Lumpkin has direct influence:

alcoholic ketoacidosis
mptp‐induced parkinsonism
pregnant woman
vivo post‐translational modification
public integration
dopaminergic neuronal
p53 protein

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which John R Lumpkin has influence:

intrapartum fetal asphyxia
blade element
active vibration
uncertainty modeling
analytical engine
pzt actuator force
newborn screening

Prominent publications by John R. Lumpkin

KOL-Index: 15 A case of alcoholic ketoacidosis in a 23-year-old chronic alcoholic, gravada V, para IV, is reported. Symptoms were constant, severe, nonradiating pain with crampy exacerbations, anorexia, nausea and vomiting. The patient had a tender and irritable full-term uterus. She was treated inhospital with vigorous fluid therapy and 5% dextrose in normal saline, sodium bicarbonate, glucose and ...
Known for
Ketoacidosis Diabetic | Reported Pregnant | Dextrose Saline
KOL-Index: 6 OverviewFrom the earliest development of counting and counting machines to today’s sophisticated public health systems, a fundamental problem of public health practice has been the development of systems that can collect and analyze data, then convert it to useful forms. The development of modern mechanical measuring devices was a quantum leap toward solving the problem, but even after the ...
Known for
Problem Public | Today Systems
KOL-Index: 6 Sporadic Parkinson's disease (PD) affects primarily dopaminergic neurons of the substantia nigra pars compacta. There is evidence of necrotic and apoptotic neuronal death in PD, but the mechanisms behind selected dopaminergic neuronal death remain unknown. The tumor suppressor protein p53 functions to selectively destroy stressed or abnormal cells during life and development by means of ...
Known for
Parp-1 P53 | Neuronal Dopaminergic | Polyadp | Cells Neurons

From the Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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