A. James Ruttenber

A. James Ruttenber

From The Departments Of Medicine, Pediatrics, And Biostatistics, Division Of Environmental And Occupational Health Sciences, National Jewish Medical And Research Center, ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which A James Ruttenber has direct influence:

dade county
cocaine overdose
plutonium workers
coronary artery
lung cancer
exposure surveillance
ventricular hypertrophy

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which A James Ruttenber has influence:

fission-spectrum neutrons
hanford site
peripheral lymphocytes
60co gamma rays
radiological accident
time lines
early childhood

Prominent publications by A. James Ruttenber

KOL-Index: 30 The authors conducted a nested case-control study of the association between lung cancer mortality and cumulative internal lung doses among a cohort of workers employed at the Rocky Flats Plant in Colorado from 1951 to 1989. Cases (n = 180) were individually matched with controls (n = 720) on age, sex, and birth year. Annual doses to the lung from plutonium, americium, and uranium isotopes ...
Known for
Hexavalent Chromium | Analytical Models | Beryllium | Nested Case-Control
KOL-Index: 26 The hypothesis that exposure to domestic radon raises the risk for leukemia and other nonpulmonary cancers has been proposed and tested in a number of epidemiologic studies over the past decade. During this period, interest in this hypothesis was heightened by evidence of increased frequencies of mutations at the hypoxanthine guanine phosphoribosyl transferase (hprt) gene in persons exposed ...
Known for
Hprt Gene | Colorado Students | Nonpulmonary Cancers | Increased Frequencies
KOL-Index: 14 We examined the relationship between exposure to beryllium and the presence of beryllium sensitization (BeS) and chronic beryllium disease (CBD) in a cohort of workers in a beryllium precision machining facility. Twenty workers with BeS or CBD (cases) were compared with 206 worker-controls in a case-control study. Exposure for each job title was measured using cascade impactors placed in the ...
Known for
Beryllium Particulate | Ltw Exposures | Machinists | Cbd Bes
KOL-Index: 13 Previous case reports indicate that cocaine-associated rhabdomyolysis and excited delirium share many similar features, suggesting that they may be different stages of the same syndrome. We tested this hypothesis by comparing data from 150 cases of cocaine-associated rhabdomyolysis reported in the medical literature with data from an autopsy registry for 58 victims of fatal excited delirium ...
Known for
Dopamine Processing | Fatal Acute | 125 Victims | Autopsy Registry
KOL-Index: 13 We describe a time-line-based methodology for collecting exposure data for epidemiologic studies and for processing these data for statistical analysis with readily available software for the personal computer. The four components to this approach are: (1) collecting data in a memory-enhancing time-line format; (2) entering data from time lines into a computer database and editing them; (3) ...
Known for
Exposure Epidemiologic | Time Interviews | Methodology Collecting
KOL-Index: 11
KOL-Index: 11 We describe an outbreak of deaths from cocaine-induced excited delirium (EDDs) in Dade County, Florida between 1979 and 1990. From a registry of all cocaine-related deaths in Dade County, Florida, from 1969-1990, 58 EDDs were compared with 125 victims of accidental cocaine overdose without excited delirium. Compared with controls, EDDs were more frequently black, male, and younger. They were ...
Known for
Summer Months | Disrupts | Cocaine-Induced Excited Delirium | 58 Edds
KOL-Index: 10 A survey of environmental surfaces in two Atlanta area day care centers was conducted to determine the prevalence of fecal coliform bacteria, considered a marker for the presence of fecal contamination which might contain pathogenic parasites, bacteria, or viruses. Fecal coliforms were found in 17 (4.3%) of 398 representative samples of building surfaces, furniture, and other objects. These ...
Known for
Furniture | Surfaces Centers | Fecal Coliform Bacteria | Coliforms Environmental
KOL-Index: 10 BACKGROUND: Ayahuasca is a South American hallucinogenic tea used as a sacrament by the Santo Daime Church, other religions, and traditional peoples. A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision indicates religious ayahuasca use is protected, but little is known about health consequences for Americans. MATERIAL/METHODS: 32 (out of 40) American members of one branch of the Santo Daime Church were ...
Known for
Dependence Church | Santo | Ayahuasca Lifetime | Disorder Remission
KOL-Index: 10 Using data for an ongoing study of fatalities associated with cocaine use in Dade County Florida, USA, temporal trends are described and risk factors are examined for fatal overdose with case-control analysis for the years 1978-1985. While the number of deaths from accidental cocaine toxicity (ACTDs) rose consistently, median annual concentrations of cocaine in autopsy blood did not. When ...
Known for
Dade County Florida | Fresh Injection Sites | Accidental Cocaine Toxicity | Cocaine Deaths

From the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Biostatistics, Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, Colo. (Dr Perkner, Dr Fennelly, Dr Balkissoon, Dr Bucher Bartelson, Dr N

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