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Effect of out-of-hospital pediatric endotracheal intubation on survival and neurological outcome: a controlled clinical trial.
TLDR
The addition of out-of-hospital ETI to a paramedic scope of practice that already includes BVM did not improve survival or neurological outcome of pediatric patients treated in an urban EMS system.
Candida meningitis. Report of seven cases and review of the english literature.
TLDR
Several factors associated with poor prognosis were delineated in this study: diagnostic interval after symptomatic onset longer than two weeks, CSF glucose levels below 35 mg/100 ml and presence of intracranial hypertension and focal neurologic deficits.
Priorities for research in emergency medical services for children: results of a consensus conference.
TLDR
The panel was able to develop a list of important topics for future research in emergency medical services for children that can be used by foundations, governmental agencies, and others in setting a research agenda for such services.
Emergency medical services for children.
  • J. Seidel
  • Medicine
    Emergency medicine clinics of North America
  • 1 May 1995
Emergency medical services for children require the integration of many community resources to operate optimally. In both urban and rural areas, the abilities of the receiving hospitals and medical
Group D enterococcal meningitis. Clinical and therapeutic considerations with report of three cases and review of the literature.
TLDR
The therapeutic importance of careful separation of group D streptococcal isolates into enterococci and nonenterococci, especially in instances of CNS infections, is emphasized and the appropriate antimicrobial therapy for enterococcal meningitis is discussed.
Ear-piercing techniques as a cause of auricular chondritis.
TLDR
The cosmetic shops and earring kiosks used piercing methods that predisposed to auricular chondritis, such as poor training of employees and use of benzalkonium chloride as a preparation agent.
Transformation in vitro of miracidia of Schistosoma mansoni and S. japonicum into young sporocysts.
TLDR
Some of the requirements for the shedding of cilia and axenic and monoxenic differentiation in vitro of schistosome miracidia to stages resembling young sporocysts are defined.
The life cycle in vitro of Hymenolepis microstoma (Cestoda).
  • J. Seidel
  • Biology
    The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 August 1975
TLDR
The cestode Hymenolepis microstoma was grown axenically from oncosphere to infective cysticercoid and developed into adults containing gravid segments, thus completing the life cycle in vitro.
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