Gwendolyn J. Hewitt

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In two children with Bartter's syndrome, treatment with indomethacin halved the urinary excretion of prostaglandins E and F within 24 hours and subsequently maintained it within the normal range during follow-up for more than 5 years. Growth rate was improved and plasma renin and aldosterone and the urinary excretions of sodium and calcium fell to normal.(More)
OBJECTIVE To estimate the sensitivity and specificity of emergency department (ED) ultrasound for the detection of solid organ injury following blunt abdominal trauma. METHODS A prospective cohort study performed in the ED of an urban Level I trauma center on patients who sustained blunt abdominal trauma. Following initial standard trauma evaluation,(More)
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