Luíza Vernier

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Introduction Neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (NHIE) is a common neurologic injury, and it may compromise the child's language and cognition. Understanding the process of language acquisition becomes possible with concise knowledge about children's global development. Objective The aim of this study was to observe if language acquisition and(More)
OBJECTIVE Some studies suggest that pulse pressure (PP) and renal resistive index (RI) could be predictive of the risk of death; however, whether they also predict graft loss is debated. It was recently demonstrated that RI reflects large artery arterial stiffness as PP does but RI is also affected by alteration in renal microcirculation alteration.(More)
Ageing is known to be accelerated by risk-factors. The continuity between normal and pathological ageing is still quite disputed. Concerning cerebral ageing, the use of statistical methods on electroencephalographic (EEG) parameters appeared to be interesting. In this study, three different groups of elderly subjects were examined by EEG: normal subjects(More)
It is a widely accepted that normal ageing hardly modifies basal rythms: alpha frequency remains occipital, symmetrical, and reactive when eyes are opened. There is probably a frequency decrease, but this is hard to determine individually in the absence of longitudinal studies. In any event, alpha frequency never drops below 9 cycles per second until after(More)
OBJECTIFS Certaines études ont suggéré que la pression pulsée (PP) et l'index de résistance intra-rénale (IR) pouvaient être prédictifs du risque de décès, mais leur impact sur la survie du greffon est controversé. Il a été montré que l'IR était un reflet de la rigidité artérielle des gros vaisseaux comme la PP, mais aussi de l'état de la microcirculation(More)
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