Felician Jones

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OBJECTIVE This study proposes to evaluate the efficacy of routine posttracheostomy chest radiography. DESIGN A retrospective chart review provided the framework of this study. SETTING The study took place at a university teaching hospital-level one trauma center. PATIENTS The study included 293 patients undergoing elective tracheostomy between 1989(More)
The loss of elbow flexion is an uncommon, but devastating consequence of injury to the upper limb and a complex problem to manage. This paper describes our experience with free functioning gracilis muscle transfer (FFGMT) to the upper limb for elbow flexion. 33 patients were followed up after FFGMT for elbow flexion. 26 patients were male, and 20 were(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe the practice of fetal and placental pathological examinations in a large series of spontaneous stillbirths over 10 years. MATERIALS AND METHODS Inclusion of cases recorded by the Lower Normandy Regional Fetal-Infant Mortality Observatory (observatoire régional de mortalité fœto-infantile) from January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2014.(More)
Objective: This study proposes to evaluate the efficacy of routine posttracheostomy chest radiography. Design: A retrospective chart review provided the framework of this study. Setting: The study took place at a university teaching hospital-level one trauma center. Patients: The study included 293 patients undergoing elective tracheostomy between 1989 and(More)
OBJECTIVES Determine cases which are at risk of vacuum extraction failure as well as maternal and foetal issues depending on the delivery outcome. MATERIAL AND METHODS It was a retrospective study comparing 147 vacuum failures, from January 2002 to December 2010, with a control group randomly composed of 526 successful vacuum extractions. The outcomes(More)
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