Rifna Aktar

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BMJ 2007;335:719-20 doi: 10.1136/bmj.39331.702951.47 • Age under 1 year and presence of bruise, swelling, or laceration (>5 cm) on the head • Dangerous mechanism of injury • Clinical suspicion of non-accidental injury • Loss of consciousness lasting more than fi ve minutes (witnessed) • Post-traumatic seizure but no history of epilepsy • Abnormal drowsiness(More)
OBJECTIVE It is important to apply the same rules used for classical coronary revascularization to beating heart coronary surgery. The surgeons must have a strategy, and be prepared for adverse events, and complications. METHODS A careful analysis of the coronarography is essential to predict eventual contraindications or causes of possible operative(More)
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