Bertrand Delanoy

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A 7-day–old neonate (weight, 2.7 kg; height, 48 cm) with hypoplastic left heart syndrome was referred to our institution for a Norwood stage I palliation procedure. In the small neonate, conventional transesophageal echocardiographic probe insertion and manipulation can induce hemodynamic instability or respiratory compromise. Therefore, the usual weight(More)
INTRODUCTION Underreporting is the main limit in any pharmacovigilance system relying on spontaneous notification. Available data emphasize that pharmacists report few adverse drug reactions (ADRs) in France. OBJECTIVE To report how the integration of pharmacists in health care units contributes to reporting of ADRs and to study the validity of the(More)
Nalbuphine, a mixed agonist-antagonist opiate, is commonly used as a systemic analgesic during labour. Recent reports of perinatal adverse effects prompted us to carry out therapeutic nalbuphine monitoring in obstetric analgesia. Because data on fetomaternal transfer are scarce and the pharmacokinetics of this drug in the neonate are largely unknown, we(More)
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