Richard E Bauer

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Supratentorial intracerebral hemorrhage was diagnosed in 18 full-term neonates, including six with primarily intraparenchymal hemorrhage and 12 with primarily intraventricular hemorrhage. Precipitating or associated factors were hypoxic-ischemic injury in five patients, polycythemia in two, and cranial birth trauma in two. Nine other infants had no(More)
Twenty-four grade school children who had sustained an earlier episode of Haemophilus influenzae type b meningitis were tested, along with a group of 24 school-aged siblings. Evaluations consisted of tests of IQ, academic achievement, and neuropsychological skills. Parents completed forms rating each child's behavioral adjustment and temperament. Available(More)
Muscular atrophy and decreased functional abilities are recognized as late complications of poliomyelitis. This study sought to more clearly define late-onset, postpolio muscular weakness--age of onset, symptoms, and severity--and to determine whether people might benefit from environmental modification, respiratory aids, and orthoses. A total of 183(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the survival, neurodevelopmental, and health outcomes of children with severe respiratory illness treated with and without extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). DESIGN Prospective collection of clinical and demographic data of all neonates reaching illness severity criteria, with follow-up at 8 and 20 months of age. Patients(More)
Maxillary surgery to correct dentofacial deformity has been practiced for almost 100 years. Significant advances have made maxillary surgery a safe and efficient means of correcting midface deformities. Anesthetic techniques, specifically hypotensive anesthesia, have allowed for safer working conditions. Landmark studies have proven manipulation and(More)