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Chronic lung disese

A A Ryzhov, L K Katosova, M P Kostinov, I K Volkov, O O Magarshak
The effectiveness and safety of vaccination of children having chronic inflammatory lung diseses with Pneumo-23 and Act-HIB were evaluated. The group under study included 38 children having chronic pneumonia, congenital defects of lung development, Kartagener's syndrome, mucoviscidosis; of these children, 25 were vaccinated with Pneumo-23 and 13--with Act-HIB. For comparison a group of 40 children with the same pathology, but not vaccinated, was used. A favorable course of the postvaccinal period was noted...
May 2005: Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, i Immunobiologii
D Fitzgerald, N Evans, P Van Asperen, D Henderson-Smart
The development of pulmonary hypertension is one of the adverse factors in the outcome of infants with chronic neonatal lung disese (CNLD). The purpose of this cross sectional study was to evaluate the prevalence and degree of pulmonary hypertension in a cohort of survivors of CNLD stable in air. Pulmonary artery pressure was assessed using its inverse correlation with the ratio of time to peak velocity and right ventricular ejection time (TPV:RVET) as measured from Doppler velocity time signals in the main pulmonary artery...
March 1994: Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition
V Jezek, F Schrijen, P Sadoul
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January 1972: Bulletin de Physio-pathologie Respiratoire
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