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[Severe hydrogen sulfide intoxication: a pediatric case of survival].
We report a paediatric case of survival following severe hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas intoxication. A 13-year-old boy was found submerged to the neck in a manure tank. He was hypothermic, unresponsiveExpand
[Treatment and prognosis of idiopathic intracranial hypertension in children. Retrospective study (1995-2009) and literature review].
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The visual prognosis is generally better for this age group compared to adults and no risk factors for visual sequelae were identified and a standardized protocol for management of IIH was proposed. Expand
[Home falls in infants before walking acquisition].
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The identification of infants at high risk for TBI and justifying neuroimaging is based on the search for predisposing factors and circumstances as no validated predictive score exists and pending the contribution of the S-100B protein assay. Expand
[Analysis of neonate admissions to the pediatric emergency department].
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Initially associated with the reduction in the length of stay in the maternity ward, the increase of neonates' admissions to the pediatric emergency department is known to have several origins and is related to neonate' vulnerability or previous medical conditions, their familial environment, and sociological factors. Expand
Serotonin syndrome induced by tramadol intoxication in an 8-month-old infant.
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This case illustrates that serotonin syndrome can occur in children intoxicated with tramadol, and an 8-month-old girl admitted to the Pediatric Emergency Department after an episode of epistaxis developed moderate serotonin syndrome. Expand
Minoxidil Topical Solution: An Unsafe Product for Children
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A 7-year-old girl, who accidentally ingested a teaspoon of minoxidil hair solution, presented to the pediatric emergency department for emesis and should be strictly kept out of reach of children and manufacturers should enhance child-resistance security of packaging. Expand
Influenza A(H1N1)–Associated Ischemic Stroke in a 9-Month-Old Child
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Acute viral infection, notably influenza, is associated with increased susceptibility to stroke, and vaccination against influenza may reduce the risk of stroke. Expand
[Pediatric exposures to laundry pods or capsules: more toxic than traditional laundry products?].
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The declaration to national poison centers of these intoxications should be pursued by emergency pediatricians, physicians, and pediatric intensivists to maintain pressure on companies to obtain the necessary modification of the physicochemical properties and child-resistant packaging. Expand
Risk Factors for High-Grade Envenomations After French Viper Bites in Children
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The clinical, biological, and therapeutic characteristics of children bitten by vipers in France and to identify risk factors associated with severe envenomations were described to suggest a certain number of criteria seem related to more significant risk of progression to high-grade en venomation. Expand
A comparison of adult and pediatric measles patients admitted to emergency departments during the 2008-2011 outbreak in the Midi-Pyrénées region of France.
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A retrospective study of adult and pediatric measles patients admitted to three tertiary-level university hospitals between January 2008 and May 2011 found that hospitalized pediatric patients differed from adults in terms of disease severity and complications. Expand
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