Irwin, MG

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Professor Irwin, Michael Garnet 艾明高

Title:
Head, Department of Anaesthesiology
Professor
Clinical Professor

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StatusProject CodeProject TitleAmountFunding Year
 
HKU 781109MSynergy between N-acetylcysteine, allopurinol and/or PKC-beta inhibition attenuates diabetic cardiomyopathy in the rat7898902009/2010
 
HKU 782910MThe role of iNOS in ischemic postconditioning cardioprotection in normal and diabetic rodents9798552010/2011
 
HKU 784011MEffects of Adiponectin on Diabetic Heart Sensitivity to Ischemic Postconditioning: Role of STAT-3 activation10100002011/2012
 
-A comparison of patient controlled sedation with patient maintained computer controlled sedation01999/2000
 
-Study the spread of aerosol during tracheostomy or intubation02002/2003
 
HKU 763411MThe role of astrocytic ET-1 in neuropathic pain: A study using astrocytic specific ET-1 over-expressing mice (GET-1)7500002011/2012
 
822002The knowledge and attitudes of nurses and interns regarding acute pain and post-operative pain control989901998/1999
 
-The effect of premedication on the oxygen saturation of children undergoing elective surgery01991/1992
 
-Dual oximetry in oesophagectomy patients01991/1992
 
-The interactions between opioid and [gamma] hydroxy-butyrate systems01991/1992
 
-Prophynacpl treatment of puritus with ondansetron02000/2001
 
-Response to moderately suprathreshold unilateral (UL) electroconvulsive therapy (ECT): an examination of possible predictors02001/2002
 
TRAS-07-03 (01/13/101)The cardiac preconditioning effect of surgery patients250002007/2008
 
01122176Comparison of oral chloral hydrate and intranasal dexmedetomidine for sedation in children undergoing computerised tomography in Queen Mary Hospital7928402013/2014
 
17124614The role of FoxO1 in diabetic heart susceptibility to ischemia/reperfusion injury and sensitivity to ischemic postconditioning and its interplay with adiponectin5995352014/2015
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