Stephanie Gilmour

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Outcomes research in pediatric liver transplant (LT) has focused on mortality and morbidity but there is a need to also evaluate functional outcomes. Standardized cognitive testing was administered to a cohort of children with infantile chronic liver disease who were transplanted at the University of Alberta during their preschool years. Thirty children had(More)
This study investigated the feasibility of administering motor assessments, delivering rehabilitation via parent-led activities, and enhancing motor function in children with complex congenital heart defects. Gross and fine motor development were evaluated in 20 toddlers ages 12 to 26 months after either a superior cavopulmonary connection (SCPC) procedure(More)
The optimal atrioventricular delay at rest and during exercise was investigated in nine patients with heart block and implanted dual chamber pacemakers. All patients studied had normal left ventricular function and a normal sinus node rate response to exercise. Cardiac output was measured by continuous wave Doppler and was calculated as the product of(More)
This is the first reported case of respiratory failure associated with human metapneumovirus (hMPV) infection in a liver transplant recipient or in a pediatric solid transplant recipient. A 9-month-old female developed respiratory distress 8 days following a liver transplant. hMPV was detected and she required intubation followed by extracorporeal membrane(More)
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