Elena Rostagno

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Electrocardiograms were recorded in 13 mice, from birth up to 57 days of age; during this period the heart rate, at rest, showed a marked increase (from 310 to 797 beats/min), occurring in two waves. Recordings of the intracellular electrical activity in the atria disclosed a different temperature dependence of the resting membrane potential, action(More)
Veno-occlusive disease (VOD) is a complication arising from the toxicity of conditioning regimens that have a significant impact on the survival of patients who undergo stem cell transplantation. There are several known risk factors for developing VOD and their assessment before the start of conditioning regimens could improve the quality of care. Equally(More)
The extravasation of antineoplastic agents is an unwanted and distressing situation that can easily occur. It may cause severe and irreversible local injuries. Left untreated, vesicant chemotherapy extravasation can potentially cause tissue necrosis, functional impairment and permanent disfigurement. This article provides a review of current literature(More)
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