Rémy Bernard

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In an effort to standardize terminology and criteria for clinical electrocardiography, and as a follow-up of its work on definitions of terms related to cardiac rhythm, an Ad Hoc Working Group established by the World Health Organization and the International Society and Federation of Cardiology reviewed criteria for the diagnosis of conduction disturbances(More)
BACKGROUND Acute kidney injury (AKI) in the setting of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is poorly characterized. This study aims to describe the incidence, clinical and biological features, and outcome associated with AKI in this population. STUDY DESIGN Case series. SETTING & PARTICIPANTS Patients with secondary HLH admitted to a single center(More)
OBJECTIVE To report the long-term outcome of neurologic involvement in patients with Behçet's disease (BD). METHODS We performed a retrospective analysis of 115 patients who fulfilled the international criteria for BD (57% male; median age 37 years [interquartile range (IQR) 30-46 years]) and had neuro-BD (NBD) after exclusion of cerebral venous(More)
BACKGROUND Little information is available on the titration of morphine postoperatively in children. This observational study describes the technique in terms of the bolus dose, the number of boluses required, the time to establish analgesia, and side effects noted. METHODS Morphine was administered if pain score (VAS or FLACC) was >30. Patients weighing(More)
Pulsed femtosecond laser irradiation at low repetition rate, without any annealing, has been used to localize the growth of PbS nanoparticles, for the first time, inside a transparent porous silica matrix prepared by a sol-gel route. Before the irradiation, the porous silica host has been soaked within a solution containing PbS precursors. The effect of the(More)
BACKGROUND Cascade carrier testing within cystic fibrosis (CF) affected families offers relatives of CF patients the opportunity to know their status regarding the mutation that segregates within their family, and thus to make informed reproductive choices. As an Australian study has recently shown that this test seemed underused, we searched to assess(More)
  • Odile Cristini-Robbe, Florian Ruyffelaere, +6 authors Sylvia Turrell
  • 2013
Porous silica xerogel materials have been developed to use as drug-release agents to be implanted directly in or near cancerous tissues. In order to test the capacity of the materials to absorb and then to release medicinal substances, a battery of examinations (UV and visible micro-Raman, porosity measurements, UV-visible absorption spectra) have been made(More)