Kam-Yee F Sit

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the role of bladder variables measured by ultrasonography (US) in assessing bladder dysfunction in children with urinary tract infections (UTIs). PATIENTS AND METHODS Children presenting with recurrent UTI (with or with no vesico-ureteric reflux) were prospectively recruited. At entry, each patient had US and both natural- filling(More)
OBJECTIVES Children with voiding dysfunction benefit from intensive bladder emptying re-education; however, hospitalization for such training is not always financially viable or realistic. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether half-day voiding re-education in pairs improved immediate and mid-term voiding parameters. METHODS 48 children (mean age,(More)
The effect of flumazenil, a benzodiazepine antagonist, was assessed in a random, double-blind clinical study in which each of the four groups of surgical outpatients comprising 20 in each was given either ketamine 100 mg (K), etomidate 20 mg (E), thiopental 300 mg (T) or flunitrazepam 4 mg (F) for induction of anesthesia. On emergence, patients in each(More)