Bryan Tune

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Yersinia pseudotuberculosis septicemia and postdiarrheal hemolytic-uremia syndrome (HUS) developed in a 15-month-old boy after he ingested unpasteurized goat's milk. The epidemiology of this organism and the disease states caused by it are discussed with the suggestion that an association between it and some cases of the HUS might be found if sought.
A review of our experience with the hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) illustrates a broad spectrum of severity. Comparison of this experience with that in other parts of the world leads to the following conclusions: (1) Nondiarrheal HUS may be sufficiently different from postdiarrheal HUS to warrant separate consideration in clinical studies. (2) The(More)
The literature shows substantial data that acute coagulopathy and hemorrhage without rigorous resuscitative efforts has a high morbidity and mortality. The utilization of protocols for a massive transfusion and resuscitation can lead to improved outcomes in morbidity and mortality. Protocols for massive transfusion allow for improved access to blood(More)
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