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1) Sixty percent of low and moderate risk cardiac surgery patients could be succesfully extubated within 11 h of operation. 2) As a result length-of-stay in ICU was reduced and the percentage of patients discharged within 24 h was increased. 3) There was no increase in postoperative morbidity.
The current schedule for gentamicin administration to newborn infants, in doses of 2.5 mg/kg every twelve hours during the first week of life was evaluated in pre-term newborns under 35 weeks of gestational age (GA). Pharmacokinetic studies in steady state conditions were performed at the third and seventh days of therapy (periods A and B respectively) in… (More)
OBJECTIVE The Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) is a rare disorder known as sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy which affects other organs besides the lymphatic nodes. The most frequent clinical presentation is the skin involvement, but the most serious one is when the central nervous system is compromised. There are not clinical cases in the… (More)