Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers
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1. Cardiac troponin I and N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide in umbilical artery blood in relation to fetal heart rate abnormalities during labor
The use of continuous fetal heart rate (FHR) recordings to monitor fetal well-being during labor is standard clinical practice in developed countries. Little is known about the relationship, if any, that exists between these FHR abnormalities and the fetal cardiac musculature and function. The aim of this study was to investigate umbilical artery serum levels of cardiac troponin I, a more...
Diseases of the circulatory system - Other forms of heart disease - left ventricular dysfunction
left ventricular dysfunction
Republic of Ireland
Pediatr Cardiol, Vol: 22 Page: 393-6 2001 Sep-Oct
S. M. Fleming; T. O'Gorman; L. O'Byrne; H. Grimes; K. M. Daly; J. J. Morrison
Bacterial endophthalmitis is rare in the neonatal period. It occurs in susceptible individuals such as preterm infants. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a Gram-negative bacillus, has been identified as the causative organism in more than 75% of invasive neonatal eye infections. The source may be endogenous; secondary to septicemia or exogenous, including reports of nosocomial infections and more...
Diseases of the eye and adnexa - Report
Republic of Ireland
J Aapos, Vol: 9 Page: 288-9 June 2005
M. O'Keefe; L. Nolan; B. Lanigan; J. Murphy
BACKGROUND: Pregnancy masks the signs and symptoms of intestinal obstruction. A high index of suspicion is required for proper and timely diagnosis. CASE: A 26-year-old, primiparous woman, 32 weeks pregnant, presented with a 1-day history of pain in the upper abdomen. The pain was sudden in onset and was mostly in the epigastric region. Initially the patient was managed conservatively more...
Diseases of the digestive system - Report
J Reprod Med, Vol: 52 Page: 553-4 June 2007
P. Essilfie; M. Hussain; I. M. Stokes