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Australian carybdeid jellyfish causing "Irukandji syndrome".
Spatial and temporal frequency tuning in striate cortex: functional uniformity and specializations related to receptive field eccentricity
- Hsin-Hao Yu, Richa Verma, M. Rosa
- Biology, PsychologyThe European journal of neuroscience
- 1 March 2010
Spatiotemporal interactions in the responses of many cells in the peripheral representation of V1 reduced the ambiguity of responses to high‐speed signals, supporting the notion of a relative specialization for motion processing in the far peripheral representations of cortical areas, including V1.
Characteristics, management and outcomes of patients with acute liver failure admitted to Australasian intensive care units.
- S. Warrillow, Heath Tibballs, R. Bellomo
- Medicine, Political ScienceCritical care and resuscitation : journal of the…
- 1 September 2019
POD is the major cause of ALf in Australian and New Zealand liver transplant centres and is a unique and separate form of ALF that has a much lower associated mortality and treatment with liver transplantation than non-POD ALF.
Continuous renal replacement therapy and its impact on hyperammonaemia in acute liver failure.
- S. Warrillow, C. Fisher, R. Bellomo
- MedicineCritical care and resuscitation : journal of the…
- 1 June 2020
In Australian and New Zealand patients with ALF, CRRT is typically started early, before Stage 3 acute kidney injury or severe acidaemia, and in the presence of hyperammonaemia, which in turn was associated with increased transplant-free survival.
Coagulation abnormalities, bleeding, thrombosis, and management of patients with acute liver failure in Australia and New Zealand
To study the management of coagulation and hematological derangements among severe acute liver failure patients in Australia and New Zealand liver transplant intensive care units (ICUs), a large number of patients are admitted to ICUs for liver transplantation.