Réné Glanzmann

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OBJECTIVE To investigate maternal and infant factors associated with midwife-reported crying problems in the early postpartum period. DESIGN Case control study. SETTING Postnatal home care in Switzerland. PARTICIPANTS Seven thousand seven hundred and sixty-five mother/child dyads who received postnatal homecare by midwives (n=1,636 cases of(More)
We report on a newborn infant with complex congenital heart disease (CHD) featuring double outlet right ventricle and hypoplastic left ventricle who had postductal oxygen saturation well above 95% and thus eluded pulse oximetry screening for CHD.
Array genomic hybridization (AGH) has recently been implemented as a diagnostic tool for the detection of submicroscopic copy number variants (CNVs) in patients with developmental disorders. However, there is no consensus regarding the choice of the platform, the minimal resolution needed and systematic interpretation of CNVs. We report our experience in(More)
UNLABELLED Three children with severe hyponatraemia and hyperkalaemia associated with acute pyelonephritis are reported. All were very young male infants in a poor general condition and seriously dehydrated. Diagnostic procedures did not detect obstructive uropathy or vesico-ureteric reflux. CONCLUSION Hyponatraemia and hyperkalaemia occurs in young(More)
OBJECTIVE To prospectively assess the incidence rates and characteristics of central venous line associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI) in one institution. METHODS All patients with indwelling central venous catheters (CVC) between 1 April 2008 and 31 March 2009 were enrolled. The medical records of patients were reviewed and information on relevant(More)
Clinical presentation of hypopituitarism in the neonate may be variable, ranging from absent to severe nonspecific symptoms and may be life-threatening in patients with adrenocorticotropic hormone deficiency. The LIM homeobox gene 4 (LHX4) transcription factor regulates early embryonic development of the anterior pituitary gland. Autosomal dominant(More)
Coumarin embryopathy (CE) is a well-documented sequelae of prenatal exposure to vitamin K antagonists. We report on a female premature infant (25 weeks' gestation) born to a mother who had received phenprocoumon during pregnancy following mechanical heart valve replacement. The infant presented with impaired coagulation, intraventricular and minor(More)
Successful pregnancies in patients with transfusion-dependent homozygous beta-thalassemia major are rare. We report the course of a pregnancy and newborn data during lactation and desferrioxamine therapy in the mother. The twin-pregnancy was complicated by preeclampsia. Besides normal iron level in breast milk, no clinical or hematological abnormalities due(More)