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Director of EHS and Safety Office...

Arkansas Children's Hospital
1 Children's Way
Little Rock , Arkansas 72202
United States

Company Description: Arkansas Children's Hospital is the only pediatric medical center in Arkansas and one of the largest in the United States serving children from birth to age 21. The...   more
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    EHS
  • Board Member
    Arkansas Association for Healthcare Engineering
Web References
Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute
achri.archildrens.org, 16 Oct 2013 [cached]
Richard James
Director of EHS / Safety Officer
Phone: 364-3800
Email: jamesrw@archildrens.org
Leadership of AAHE
www.aaheark.net, 7 May 2009 [cached]
Richard James Arkansas Children's Hospital Phone:501-364-1100 Fax:501-364-4777 Program Safety
AHA LIAISON
Respiratory Professionals - Abstracts
www.allegiancehealthcare.com, 16 Mar 2001 [cached]
K. Boyle , MS , RRT , G. Lowe , BS , RRT , Richard James , Arkansas Children's Hospital , Little Rock , AR
Background : The Cardiology physicians requested that we find a way to safely deliver NO to non-intubated patients.During cardiac catheterization , it may be desirable to administer NO for a short period of time to determine if a non-intubated patient will respond to the NO..We decided to investigate the safety of delivering NO via NC since we had had reports of problems with staff when delivering it through hoods.Methods : A NO delivery system was designed to allow mixture of O2 and NO through a wye adapter.NO and Nitrogen Dioxide ( NO2 ) analyzers ( Dräger ) were adapted to fit into the system for continuous monitoring , and a nasal cannula ( NC ) was connected on the outflow side of the analyzers ( see original for figure ).This was a bench test ; no patient or animal was involved in the study.
Respiratory Professionals - Abstracts
www.allegiancecorp.com, 27 Feb 2001 [cached]
K. Boyle, MS, RRT, G. Lowe, BS, RRT, Richard James, Arkansas Children's Hospital, Little Rock, AR
Background: The Cardiology physicians requested that we find a way to safely deliver NO to non-intubated patients.During cardiac catheterization, it may be desirable to administer NO for a short period of time to determine if a non-intubated patient will respond to the NO.We decided to investigate the safety of delivering NO via NC since we had had reports of problems with staff when delivering it through hoods.Methods: A NO delivery system was designed to allow mixture of O2 and NO through a "wye" adapter.NO and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) analyzers (Dräger) were adapted to fit into the system for continuous monitoring, and a nasal cannula (NC) was connected on the outflow side of the analyzers (see original for figure).This was a bench test; no patient or animal was involved in the study.
Members
www.aiha1.org, 27 July 2000 [cached]
James , Richard James ,AR Children's HospitalSafety Dept800 Marshall StLittle Rock , AR 722023591Ph. ( 501 ) 320-3801
Janes , Dale122 CrestwoodDeQueen , AR 71832
Jennings , Derek
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