Marie Ledent

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Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type VIIc is characterized by altered tensile strength of connective tissue. Several severe complications exist but skin fragility is the origin of perioperative morbidity during routine procedures. We describe the difficulties encountered during the anaesthetic management of a child suffering from the disease, and suggest special(More)
Scientific data of effects of 50 Hz electric and magnetic fields on health are inconclusive. This uncertainty raises numerous questions. In this paper, significant key concepts are described to better understand the potential effects of electric and magnetic fields on health. Everyday life exposure values are included, as well as courses of action to be(More)
We have developed the Weighted Gene Expression Tool and database (WeGET, http://weget.cmbi.umcn.nl) for the prediction of new genes of a molecular system by correlated gene expression. WeGET utilizes a compendium of 465 human and 560 murine gene expression datasets that have been collected from multiple tissues under a wide range of experimental conditions.(More)
The majority of the industrialized country tries to contain the health care costs. One of the solutions applied was to restrict preoperative routine testing. To determine whether such policy was safe for the patient, we conducted a retrospective study related to 659 women, classified ASA 1 or 2, admitted for gynaecological surgery. In this study we have not(More)
This study was designed to compare the effects of eccentric and concentric exercises on blood polymorphonuclear neutrophil count (nPMN) and plasma levels of myeloperoxidase ([MPO]) and elastase ([EL]) used as markers of neutrophil (PMN) activation. Ten healthy male subjects underwent 2 periods of exercise of 20 min duration each at 60% VO2max on an inclined(More)
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