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Paul Robert Swyer - bibliography

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Biography

English paediatrician in Canada, born 1921.

Bibliography

  • M. Delivoria-Papadopulos, P. R. Swyer:
    Assisted ventilation in terminal hyaline membrane diseases.
    Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1964, 34: 481-484.
  • Paul R. Swyer:
    The Intensive Care of the Newly Born: Physiological Principles and Practice.
    Basel, Karger, 1975.
  • Paul R. Swyer:
    Heat loss after birth.
    In: Temperature Regulation and Energy Metabolism in the Newborn, edited by J. C. Sinclair. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1978: 91-127.
  • M. T. Clandinin, J. E. Chappell, S. Leong, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and G. W. Chance:
    Intrauterine Fatty Acid Accretion Rates in Human Brain: Implications for Fatty Acid Requirements.
    Early Human Development, Amsterdam, 1980, 4: 121-129.
  • M. T. Clandinin, J. E. Chappell, S. Leong, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and G. W. Chance:
    Extrauterine Fatty Acid Accretion Rates in Human Brain: Implications for Fatty Acid Requirements. Early Human Development, Amsterdam, 1980, 4; 130-138.
  • M. T. Clandinin, J. E. Chappell, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and G. W. Chance:
    Fatty Acid Accretion in the Development of Human Spinal Cord.
    Early Human Development, Amsterdam, 1981, 5: 1-6.
  • M. T. Clandinin, J. E. Chappell, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and G. W. Chance:
    Fatty Acid Accretion in Fetal and Neonatal Liver: Implications for Fatty Acid Requirements.
    Early Human Development, Amsterdam, 1981, 5; 7-14.
  • M. T. Clandinin, J. E. Chappell, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and G. W. Chance:
    Fatty Acid Utilization in Perinatal De novo Synthesis of Tissues.
    Early Human Development, Amsterdam, 1981, 5: 355-366.
  • J. E. Chappell, G. W. Chance, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer, and M. T. Clandinin:
    Free Fatty Acid Content of Human Milk.
    Proceedings of Triennial Joint Meeting of AIN, ASCN and CSNS, Philadelphia. 1982.
  • B. L. Reichman, P. Chessex, G. Putet, G. J. Verellen, J. M. Smith, T. Heim and P. R. Swyer:
    Partition of energy metabolism and energy cost of growth in the very low-birth-weight infant. Pediatrics, Springfield, Illinois, 1982, 69 (4): 446-451.
  • R. A. Primhak, R. Jedeikin, G. Ellis, S. K. Makela, J. E. Gillan, P. R. Swyer, R. D. Rowe:
    Myocardial Ischaemia in Asphyxia Neonatorum. Electrocardiographic, Enzymatic and Histological Correlations.
    Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica, Stockholm, 1985, 74 (4): 595-600.
  • P. J. Sauer, J. E. Van Aerde, P. B. Pencharz, J. M. Smith, P. R. Swyer:
    Glucose oxidation rates in newborn infants measured with indirect calorimetry and [U-13C]glucose. Clinical Science, London, June 1986, 70 (6): 587-593.
  • J. E. Van Aerde, P. J. Sauer, P. B. Pencharz, J. M. Smith, P. R. Swyer:
    Effect of replacing glucose with lipid on the energy metabolism of newborn infants.
    Clinical Science, London, 1989, 76: 581–588.
  • Paul R. Swyer:
    Energy Metabolism. In: Buford L. Nichols, Angel Ballabridge, Norman Kretschmer: History of Pediatrics 1850-1950, pp. 203-210. New York : Raven Press, 1991.
  • Bernard L. Salle, Paul R. Swyer:
    Nutrition of the Low Birthweight Infant.
    Nestle Nutrition Workshop, volume 32. Lippincott, 1993.
  • J. E. Van Aerde, P. J. Sauer, P. B. Pencharz, J. M. Smith, T. Heim, P. R. Swyer:
    Metabolic consequences of increasing energy intake by adding lipid to parenteral nutrition in term infants.
    The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1994, 59:659-662.

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