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epiphyseal arrest premature arrest of the longitudinal growth of bone due to fusion of the epiphysis and diaphysis. maturation arrest interruption of the process of ...

[Definitions and prevention of cardiorespiratory arrest in children].

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An Pediatr (Barc). 2006 Aug;65(2):140-6. [Definitions and prevention of cardiorespiratory arrest in children]. [Article in Spanish]. Carrillo Alvarez A(1), ...

Cardiorespiratory Arrest - Anaesthesia UK

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Her special interests include paediatric intensive care and paediatric resuscitation. Cardiorespiratory Arrest. Pauline M Cullen. 1. Paediatric basic life support.

A CASE OF SUDDEN CARDIORESPIRATORY ARREST IN ...

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Sudden cardiorespiratory arrest can occur several days after lateral ... and that such lesions may in turn precipitate some occurrences of cardiorespiratory arrest.

Early myoclonic status and outcome after cardiorespiratory arrest ...

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Abstract. It has been suggested that early myoclonic status after cardiorespiratory arrest is an agonal event.<sup>1</sup> Here we describe three cases who developed early ...

Cardiorespiratory arrest - Medicine

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Management of cardiorespiratory arrest is an essential skill to be acquired during core medical training. The requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours ...

Spreading depolarization in the brainstem mediates sudden ...

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Spreading depolarization in the brainstem mediates sudden cardiorespiratory arrest in mouse SUDEP models. Isamu Aiba and; Jeffrey L. Noebels,,,*. + Author  ...

Post-cardiorespiratory arrest beta-alpha coma: an unusual ...

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Sarma G R, Kumar A, Roy A K, Pinheiro L. Post-cardiorespiratory arrest beta- alpha coma: an unusual electroencephalographic phenomenon . Neurol India ...

Long-term outcome of paediatric cardiorespiratory arrest in Spain

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To analyse the final outcome of cardiorespiratory arrest (CRA) in children and the neurological and functional state of survivors at 1 year.An 18-month prospect.

Characteristics and outcome of cardiorespiratory arrest in children

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Objective: To analyse the present day characteristics and outcome of cardio- respiratory arrest in children in Spain. Design: An 18-month prospective, multicentr.

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Characteristics and outcome of cardiorespiratory arrest in children.

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Resuscitation. 2004 Dec;63(3):311-20. Characteristics and outcome of cardiorespiratory arrest in children. López-Herce J(1), García C, Domínguez P, Carrillo A, ...

CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF CARDIORESPIRATORY ARREST

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Causes of cardiorespiratory arrest. 2. Breathing inadequacy. • Decreased respiratory drive. – CNS depression. • Decreased respiratory effort. – neurological ...

Cardiorespiratory arrest following peak expiratory flow measurement ...

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We report two episodes of cardiorespiratory arrest immediately after measurement of peak expiratory flow in two young asthmatic subjects during an attack of ...