Dwight Matthew

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Abdominal compartment syndrome is an under-recognized cause of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients. We report a case of a patient with severe obstructive lung disease who, while intubated for respiratory failure, developed abdominal compartment syndrome and oliguric acute kidney injury due to air-trapping and excessive auto-positive(More)
Ferritin concentrations in blood are a good indicator of iron stores and can be measured in plasma or serum with commercial kits. We have measured plasma ferritin content in infants ranging from 3 to 15 months of age. During the first three years of a four-year study, plasma samples drawn from these infants were shipped to Abbott Laboratories in Chicago and(More)
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