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Between September 1955 and January 1990, 94 pediatric patients were managed for renovascular hypertension caused by renal artery occlusive disease. Patients (50 boys and 44 girls) were aged 4 days to 17 years (median age: 7 years). At initial evaluation, 34 patients had symptoms of hypertensive encephalopathy or acute heart failure, 36 had moderate(More)
We demonstrate an Ethernet based local area network (LAN) with clinical workstations (Apple Macintosh). The patient archiving and documentation system (PADS) represents a computerized patient record system presently used in a university hospital's ICU, CCU, and oncology unit [1]. Since 1990, over 100 users have documented more than 6,000 patient admissions,(More)
In 1977-1991 at the Paediatric Clinic in Hradec Králové 43 neonates with bacterial meningitis (BM) were hospitalized. In 31 (72%) risk factors for the development of perinatal infection were detected. The aetiological agent was proved in 40 neonates, most frequently E. coli (46.5%), Streptococcus agalactiae (16.2%), Proteus (11.6%). In the second half of(More)
Introduction : true hepatorenal syndrome (HRS) is defined as acute renal failure (ARF) in the presence of severe liver disease without other known causes of renal failure. IRS is frequently seen in the course of hepatic cirrhosis. In children, cirrhosis is rare; however, ARF can be seen in combination with ascites and liver dysfunction. We describe 3(More)
In a group of 32 neonates with bacterial meningitis (BM) the authors investigated the frequency of clinical symptoms and compared it with the frequency in a control group of 27 neonates where BM was ruled out. The following were significantly more frequent in neonates with BM: elevated temperature (p < 0.01) and seizures (p < 0.05). In the control group(More)
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