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Fetal Allograft Survival in Immunocompetent: Recipients Is Age Dependent and Organ Specific
This study explores whether fetal allograft survival is age dependent and organ specific. Fetal rat tissue (renal, gonadal, hepatic) from the third trimester of gestation (days 15–21) wasExpand
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Complications associated with an implantable vascular access device.
PURPOSE Implantable vascular access devices (ports) are well accepted in the management of many pediatric conditions. Modifications have improved port function, patient satisfaction, and enhancedExpand
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Evolving treatment in a decade of pediatric burn care.
BACKGROUND Over the last decade, an ambulatory burn care (ABC) and procedural sedation (PS) program was instituted at St Louis Children's Hospital (SLCH). This study assessed the effect of theseExpand
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Necrotizing enterocolitis.
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Routine insertion of a silastic spring-loaded silo for infants with gastroschisis.
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE Gastroschisis traditionally is managed by emergency operating room closure (EC), with a silo reserved for cases that cannot be closed primarily. The authors recently began usingExpand
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Pulmonary edema and fluid mobilization as determinants of the duration of ECMO support.
The physiological variables that govern recovery of pulmonary function during neonatal extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) remain poorly understood. We hypothesized that pulmonary hypertensionExpand
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Management of giant omphalocele with rapid creation of abdominal domain.
BACKGROUND The management of giant omphaloceles (GO) can be quite difficult when there is absence of abdominal domain. Coverage with delayed closure has been described. We present a technique toExpand
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Reducing postischemic damage by temporary modification of reperfusate calcium, potassium, pH, and osmolarity.
This study was designed to determine if ischemic damage could be reduced by modifying blood composition upon reperfusion. After control data had been obtained in seven dogs on prolongedExpand
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Evaluation of angioarchitecture of pulmonary sequestration in pediatric patients using 3D MDCT angiography.
OBJECTIVE The goal of this study was to show the ability of 3D MDCT angiography to display the arterial and venous vascular anatomy of pulmonary sequestration in children. CONCLUSION MDCTExpand
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Treatment of toxic epidermal necrolysis in a pediatric patient with a nanocrystalline silver dressing.
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE To report a case of toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) involving 90% body surface area, successfully treated with a nanocrystalline silver dressing (Acticoat, Smith & Nephew, Largo,Expand
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