Rebeca Four

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of the present study was to determine the main schedules of a visit in a paediatric emergency ward. PATIENTS AND METHODS A prospective survey concerning the main schedules of the children examined in the paediatric emergency ward of the Lenval's hospital in Nice in 1999 was implemented. The study was conducted over a period of 84(More)
OBJECTIVE The goal of this survey was to investigate adolescents' health through their utilization of a pediatric emergency unit. METHODS Prospective survey performed one week of each month in 1999 concerning the adolescents' (12 to 18 years) visits to the Lenval's children emergency care unit in Nice. RESULTS During the study period, 1,096 adolescents(More)
During 1992, 541 sport injuries (6.3% of the 8641 surgical emergencies) were recorded at Lenval's hospital pediatric emergency ward in Nice. There were a majority of boys (62%), and the mean age was 11.2 years. Thirty one sports were represented, mainly soccer (18.5%), bicycle (12.2%), basketball (9.4%), gymnastics (9.4%), ski (9.2%) and equitation (7.8%).(More)
Asthma is a common pediatric emergency. We report the results of a prospective investigation concerning asthma attacks observed in children aged more than 2 years at Lenval hospital (Nice) during a 12-month period, from September 1993 to September 1994. One hundred and thirty seven asthma attacks were observed in 122 children aged 6.9 +/- 3.4 years,(More)
Between July 3rd 1990 and January 4th 1993, directed blood transfusion was authorized in neonatology in France. In 1991 and 1992, anemia of prematurity was treated at Lenval hospital by directed blood transfusion. 60 preterm infants with non immune mediated anemia received 85 transfusions, 24.7% of them being provided from parental blood. 26.7% of these 60(More)
A survey carried out by questionnaire was performed among parents accompanying their children to the emergency department of the Lenval's children hospital in order to determine their opinion on the quality of the reception and care. The questionnaire was distributed to 2,382 parents. A total of 719 questionnaires (30.2%) were returned. A large majority of(More)
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