François X Laborne

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BACKGROUND Few data are available on primary percutaneous coronary intervention (pPCI) in nonagenarians. In a large prospective registry on pPCI for STEMI we compared the demographics, procedural and in-hospital outcomes between nonagenarians (age ≥ 90 years) and patients aged < 90 years. METHODS AND RESULTS We included 26,157 consecutive patients with(More)
BACKGROUND In-hospital mortality of ST-segment-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) has decreased drastically. In contrast, prehospital mortality from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) remains high and difficult to reduce. Identification of the patients with STEMI at higher risk for prehospital SCA could facilitate rapid triage and intervention in the field.(More)
BACKGROUND Out-of-hospital refractory cardiac arrest patients can be transported to a hospital for extracorporeal life support (ECLS), which can be either therapeutic or performed for organ donation. Early initiation is of vital importance and the main limitation when considering ECLS. This explains that all reported series of cardiac arrest patients(More)
INTRODUCTION ST-segment-elevation acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) is a therapeutic emergency. Early reperfusion is the key to successful reperfusion. Guidelines recommend organizing regional networks. In France, this starts with a call to a medical dispatch center, the SAMU-centre 15. The aim of this study was to evaluate regional STEMI management using(More)
OBJECTIVE Skin-to-skin contact shows benefits in the relationship developed between a mother and her premature infant. In the skin-to-skin session, face-to-face exchanges are impossible in vertical infant positioning. We therefore undertook an observational, prospective, single-center study using kangaroo "supported diagonal flexion" (SDF) positioning. The(More)
AIMS The mortality rate in patients with STEMI is higher in women than in men. This higher mortality rate is partly accounted for by certain known characteristics inherent in the female population (age, diabetes). Using data from the e-MUST registry on STEMI patients in the Greater Paris area, we assessed the differences between men and women treated with(More)
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