Thomas Rajka

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DOI 10.1007/s10049-010-1372-1 Online publiziert: 16.11.2010 © European Resuscitation Council 2010 D. Biarent1 · R. Bingham2 · C. Eich3 · J. López-Herce4 · I. Maconochie5 · A. Rodrίguez-Núñez6 · T. Rajka7 · D. Zideman8 1 Paediatric Intensive Care, Hôpital Universitaire des Enfants, Brüssel 2 Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London 3 Zentrum(More)
AIM To study the current epidemiology, clinical course and outcome of poisonings among children in Oslo and compare findings to a similar study from 1980. METHODS Observational study with prospective inclusion of all children (<15 years of age) with a main diagnosis of acute poisoning treated in hospital or outpatient clinic in Oslo for 2 years. RESULTS(More)
OBJECTIVE Therapeutic approaches with bronchioalveolar lavage are currently used in infants with severe alveolar space-occupying material. In many circumstances, bronchioalveolar lavage has been performed in conjunction with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. CASE REPORT A 2-month-old boy with severe respiratory failure requiring assisted ventilation(More)
• hochquali†zierte CPR sicherstellen: Frequenz, Tiefe, Entlastung • Handlungen planen vor CPR-Unterbrechung • Sauersto™ geben • Atemwegsmanagement; Kapnographie in Erwägung ziehen • Herzdruckmassage ohne Unterbrechung, wenn Atemweg gesichert • Gefäßzugang: intravenös, intraossär • Adrenalin alle 3-5 min injizieren • Reversible Ursachen behandeln Reversible(More)