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  • 1.   47 years of phaeochromocytomas

    This study examined patients with phaeochromocytoma

    Ir Med J, Vol: 94 Page: 200-3 2001 Jul-Aug
    T. O'Halloran; G. McGreal; E. McDermott; N. O'Higgins

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  • 2.   A multicenter, randomized open study of early corticosteroid treatment (OSECT) in preterm infants with respiratory illness: comparison of early and late treatment and of dexamethasone and inhaled budesonide

    The aim of this study was to assess early corticosteroid treatment in preterm infants with respiratory illness compared early and late treatment and of dexamethasone and inhaled budesonide

    Pediatrics, Vol: 107 Page: 232-40 February 2001
    H. L. Halliday; C. C. Patterson; C. W. Halahakoon

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  • 3.   Cause-specific mortality and the extended effects of particulate pollution and temperature exposure

    The aim of this study was to examine the association of particulate pollution (black smoke) and temperature with age-standardized daily mortality rates over 17 years in Dublin,

    Environ Health Perspect, Vol: 112 Page: 179-85 February 2004
    P. G. Goodman; D. W. Dockery; L. Clancy

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  • 4.   How reliable are SIDS rates?

    The aim of this study was to examine how varying criteria for a diagnosis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome significantly alters the SIDS rate in Ireland

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 90 Page: 1082-3 October 2005
    K. M. Sheehan; C. McGarvey; D. M. Devaney; T. Matthews

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  • 5.   Irish Neonatal Mortality statistics 2002

    The aim of this study was to examine causes-specific death rates and trends in the Irish neonatal mortality population 2002

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 174 Page: 65-6 2005 Oct-Dec
    E. Finan; S. M. Gormally

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  • 6.   Irish neonatal mortality statistics for 2000 [1]

    The article discusses Irish neonatal mortality statistics 2002

    Irish Journal of Medical Science, Vol: 172 Page: 154%N 3 2003
    A. Waters; S. M. Gormally

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  • 7.   Irish neonatal mortality--12 years on

    The aim of this study was to categorized Irish neonatal mortality

    Ir Med J, Vol: 95 Page: 267-8, 270 October 2002
    A. Foran; E. Dempsey; A. Watters; S. M. Gormally

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  • 8.   Long-term outcome of cadaveric pediatric en bloc transplantation--a 15-year experience

    This study examined the long-term outcome of cadaveric pediatric en bloc transplantation

    Transplant Proc, Vol: 37 Page: 4228-9 December 2005
    G. P. Smyth; M. P. Eng; R. P. Power; D. P. Hickey; D. M. Little

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  • 9.   Modes of death in neonatal intensive care units

    This study aimed to explore deaths in neonatal intensive care units

    Ir Med J, Vol: 99 Page: 106-8 April 2006
    E. Finan; T. Bolger; S. M. Gormally

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  • 10.   Non-orthopaedic paediatric trauma in a regional hospital

    The aim of this study was to audit staff experience with paediatric trauma in a regional setting

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 174 Page: 23-7 2005 Oct-Dec
    J. Shabbir; M. A. Shah; A. Nissar; M. Clarke-Moloney; E. G. Kavanagh; J. Drumm; P. A. Grace

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  • 11.   Strategies for reduction of neonatal mortality

    The aim in this study was to review the causes of neonatal deaths and identify where further improvements may be possible

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 168 Page: 265-7 1999 Oct-Dec
    A. Finan; T. A. Clarke; T. G. Matthews; M. Ledwidge; J. Gillan; C. Barry-Kinsella; P. McKenna

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  • 12.   Successful renal transplantation in children with spina bifida: long term single center experience

    This study examined renal transplantation in children with spina bifida

    Pediatr Transplant, Vol: 8 Page: 167-70 April 2004
    M. Hamdi; P. Mohan; D. M. Little; D. P. Hickey

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  • 13.   The "Road to Safety" in Irish children over the past five years

    This article discusses the government "Road to Safety" strategy and compares mortality rates between Ireland and Sweden

    Ir Med J, Vol: 99 Page: 19-21 January 2006
    A. Waters; F. Trace; A. J. Nicholson

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  • 14.   The continuing decline of autopsies in clinical trials: is there any way back?

    This article discusses continuing decline of autopsies in clinical trials

    Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed, Vol: 89 Page: F198-9 May 2004
    M. McDermott

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  • 15.   The outcome of pediatric cadaveric renal transplantation in the UK and Eire

    The aim of this study was to assess the outcome of pediatric cadaveric renal transplantation in the United Kingdom and Eire

    Pediatr Transplant, Vol: 6 Page: 367-77 October 2002
    R. J. Johnson; S. Armstrong; M. A. Belger; S. V. Fuggle; S. Martin; D. Middleton; T. C. Ray; S. P. Rigden; K. Verrier-Jones; P. J. Morris

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  • 16.   The value of the perinatal and neonatal autopsy

    The aim of this study was to audit the value of perinatal and neonatal autopsy

    Ir Med J, Vol: 97 Page: 241-4 September 2004
    O. G. Killeen; C. Burke; D. Devaney; T. A. Clarke

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  • 17.   Trend analysis and socio-economic differentials in infant mortality in the Southern Health Board, Ireland (1988-1997)

    The aim of this study was to examine trends in infant mortality and low-birth weight in the Southern Health Board area and to investigate the relationship between IMR and social and economic factors.

    Ir Med J, Vol: 93 Page: 204-6 October 2000
    C. A. Ryan; F. Ryan; E. Keane; H. Hegarty

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  • 18.   Unlinked vital events in census-based longitudinal studies can bias subsequent analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine the potential biases arising from the nonlinkage of census records and vital events in longitudinal studies

    J Clin Epidemiol, Vol: 61 Page: 380-5 April 2008
    D. O'Reilly; M. Rosato; S. Connolly

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