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Respiratory insuficiency

Oana Deleanu, Ana Nebunoiu, Carolina Tarasova, Aneta Serbescu, Radu Stoica, Genoveva Cadar, Oana Arghir, Florin Mihaltan
SESSION TITLE: Interstitial Lung Disease Posters IISESSION TYPE: Original Investigation PosterPRESENTED ON: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 01:30 PM - 02:30 PMPURPOSE: We aimed to describe clinical features of a rare condition which determines an interstitial-like syndrome - pulmonar alveolar proteinosis (PAP), specific imagistic, pathologic findings and to describe our center's experience in whole lung lavage (WLL), main PAP treatment accepted at this moment.METHODS: We effectuated a retrospective analysis of all files from all admissions of patients with PAP from the period January 2007- December 2012 in a tertiar pneumology center in Romania; data where noted and analyzed...
October 1, 2014: Chest
M Pelichovská, K Cvachovec, J Hoch
The aim of this retrospective study was to determine characteristic features of the onset and the course of the most severe forms of a severe acute pancreatitis with a concomittent multiorgan dysfunction syndrome. The study included patients transferred to the Intensive Care with a severe acute pancreatitis diagnosis and with a respiratory, circulatory and renal insufficiency or coagulopathy, or with the combination of the above. During the period from VII/1997 to XII/2002, 23 patients were treated. The mortality rate reached 78%...
September 2004: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
M Ruiz Zapata, D Jiménez Rojas, S Franco Vázquez, O Sandoval Morón, E Palacios Suárez
Electrocardiographic findings are analyzed out of a total of 80 exanguinotransfusion done in 70 newborns complaining of hyperbilirubinemia due to isoimmunization to Rh factor, to blood group, to subgroup and to liver enzymatic immaturity. Twenty-six of these babies showed subnormal weights. The technique used was especially that of closed circuit with two vessels and continuous droping. Seventeen patients with concomitant respiratory insuficiency were exanguinated. Electrocardiographic disorders were found in 70% with predominance of hypocalcemia --19 cases--and tachycardia in 9 cases...
May 1977: Boletín Médico del Hospital Infantil de México
J J Martin, T de Barsy, W R den Tandt
Acid maltase deficiency is described in non-identical adult twins. The onset of the disease can be traced into late infancy; the clinical picture is one of severe muscular dystrophy; respiratory insuficiency was the cause of death in one case. The autopsy showed the central nervous system, heart and liver to be spared. Glycogen filled vacuoles are found in skin, mesenchymal cells, small nerves and skeletal muscles. The light microscopic study of 9 different muscles showed extremely variable involvement ranging from normal appearance to overt vacuolization...
August 6, 1976: Journal of Neurology
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