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Febrile infant update 100%

COPE-D-17-00005 REVIEW URRENT C OPINION Febrile infant update Kate Dorney and Richard G.


Peds0315 Seizures 96%

This review summarizes available evidence and guidelines on the diagnostic evaluation of firsttime, breakthrough, and simple and complex febrile seizures.



Evaluer l’impact d’une stratégie codifiée dans la prise en charge médicale de l’enfant fébrile.


Thèse Dr ADIMI- Copie FB 60%



Fiche Urgence-R-V HD 56%

Pronostic du patient fébrile (3) :


Scan1.PDF 55%

L'hémoglobine estelle plus saturée en oxygène dans un état febrile (T>37'C) ou en altitude où la pression de I'oxygène diminue.





Blood Transfusions in Cardiac Surgery 49%

The risks of transfusion range from the remote but lethal risk of transmitting a bacterial infection, to transfusion-related acute lung injury (TRALI), to the more common febrile transfusion reactions.


Rhys et Julien 46%

He does not really know if it's because he is reassured to see Julien or if it's because he feels febrile but other tears form at the corner of his eyelids.


EI 45%

• • • • 3 prélèvements à 1h d'intervalle si – refaire à 24H pour cultures Avant ATB / pas sur VVP préexistante / aero-anaerobie / Moment pic febrile ou frisson Milieux spécifiques et culture prolongée Si hémoc - → N'élimine pas le diagnostic EI à Hémoc - :


saisonfinalebeta 40%

Saison cuclonique 2Oî3/2Oî1, r'+"


Doc-admisionAGO2012 38%

Instituto Culinario de México A.C.


Discitis3 37%

For the febrile child who is irritable and refuses to walk, an elevated ESR and characteristic changes on plain X-rays (narrowing disc space and erosion of end plates) or bone scan are sufficient for the diagnosis of discitis.


Management of severe perioperative bleeding .2 32%

AT ATP AVB BART BAT CABG CADP CCI CEPI CFT CI CKD CLD CMV COX CPA CPB CT CVP DIC DPG EACA EMA EXTEM FF FFP FIBTEM FNHTR FVIII FXa FXIII G GP Hb HBV HCV HELLP HEPTEM HES HIV HTLV HTRs HV ICH ICS ICT ICU INR INTEM LI30 LMWH LTA LY30 MA MBD MCB Antithrombin Adenosine triphosphate Acute variceal bleeding Blood conservation using antifibrinolytics in a randomised trial Bleeding assessment tool Coronary artery bypass graft Collagen and ADP (PFA-100 assay) Corrected count increment Collagen and epinephrine (PFA-100 assay) Clot formation time (also called k time) Confidence interval Chronic kidney disease Chronic liver disease Cytomegalovirus Cyclo-oxygenase Cone and plate(let) analyser (Impact-R) Cardiopulmonary bypass Clotting time Central venous pressure Disseminated intravascular coagulation Diphosphoglycerol e-aminocaproic acid European Medicines Agency Extrinsic thromboelastometry assay incorporating recombinant tissue factor as activation enhancer Functional fibrinogen (assay) Fresh frozen plasma Fibrinogen thromboelastometry assay, incorporating recombinant tissue factor as activation enhancer and cytochalasin D as platelet inhibitor Febrile non-haemolytic transfusion reactions Factor VIII Factor Xa Factor XIII Clot rigidity Glycoprotein Haemoglobin Hepatitis B virus Hepatitis C virus Haemolysis, elevated liver enzymes and low platelets Thrombelastometry assay incorporating heparinase and ellagic acid as an activation enhancer Hydroxyethyl starch Human immunodeficiency virus Human T-cell lymphotropic virus Haemolytic transfusion reactions Hyperoxic ventilation Intracerebral haemorrhage Intraoperative cell salvage Intracardiac thrombi Intensive care unit International normalised ratio Intrinsic thromboelastometry assay incorporating ellagic acid as activation enhancer Lysis index (% of clot strength remaining 30 min after CT) Low molecular weight heparin Light transmittance aggregometry Lysis index (% of clot strength remaining 30 min after MA) Maximum amplitude Mild bleeding disorders Mucocutaneous bleeding Eur J Anaesthesiol 2013;


mdrgn007ea 31%

Guinea recorded early this year 134 suspected cases of febrile illness and 84 deaths (including 34 community deaths) in some districts of the Forest Guinea, with a fatality rate of 63 per cent.


art%3A10.1007%2Fs10147-011-0275-6 30%

Two (6%) patients were excluded from the SNP study due to non-availability of 123 208 Table 4 Percentage of grade 3 and higher toxic effect at first cycle Int J Clin Oncol (2012) 17:204–211 Grade 3 Grade 4 % Total % Hematological Anemia Leukopenia Thrombocytopenia Table 5 Univariate analysis of prognostic factors in patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer treated with DEC % 3 8.8 0 0.0 3 8.8 10 29.4 3 8.8 13 38.2 1 2.9 1 2.9 2 5.9 Febrile neutropenia 1 2.9 0 0.0 1 2.9 Stomatitis 1 2.9 0 0.0 1 2.9 Anorexia 1 2.9 0 0.0 1 2.9 Pneumonitis 0 0.0 1 2.9 1 2.9 Diarrhea 1 2.9 0 0.0 1 2.9 Transamirase 2 5.9 0 0.0 2 5.9 Factor Classification p Age (years) [68 versus B68 0.647 Initial PSA (ng/mL) [91 versus B91 0.212 Baseline PSA (ng/mL) [115 versus B115 0.423 CRPC to DEC (months) [15 versus B15 0.284 Dexamethazone Positive versus negative 0.138 Estramustine Positive versus negative 0.165 Pretreatment Initial stage PSA response (ng/mL) c versus d 0.569 Positive versus negative 0.158 [30 versus B30 0.181 [50 versus B50 0.447 [75 versus B75 0.594 Laboratory data Hemoglobin (g/dL) [11 versus B11 0.18 Alkaline phosphatase (U/L) Lactate dehydrogenase (U/L) [484 versus B484 [193 versus B193 0.436 0.001 [25.5 versus B25.5 0.004 Skeletal only Positive versus negative 0.461 Extra-osseous only Positive versus negative 0.652 Skeletal plus extraosseous Positive versus negative 0.744 ECOG-PS 0 versus [0 0.741 Time from initiation of hormonal therapy to CRPC (months) [17.7 versus B17.7 0.489 Time from initiation of hormonal therapy to administration of DEC (months) [36 versus B36 0.095 Pain Positive versus negative 0.926 Platelet counts (9104/lL) Metastasis PSA prostate-specific antigen, CRPC castration-resistant prostate cancer, DEC docetaxel, estramustine phosphate and carboplatine therapy, ECOG Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group DNA samples.


Invasive candidiasis NEJM 2015 28%

Used to detect blood-culture negative hepatosplenic candidiasis and CNS candidiasis.22 Obtain daily blood cultures (total volume, 40–60 ml in 10-ml bottles for adults) and additional sets during febrile episodes;


Peds0715 Myocarditis-Pericarditis 23%

He is febrile to 38.8°C, has a respiratory rate of 38 breaths/min, and an oxygen saturation of 91% breathing room air.


ioi30213 23%

Lumbar punctures have been recommended in febrile patients when there are no contraindications.67,68 Further diagnostic evaluation can be undertaken for any indication of commonly coexisting conditions, such as gastrointestinal hemorrhage, pancreatitis, and infectious diseases.47,50,67,68 Most experts have recommended general supportive care that includes a quiet, well-lit room, reassurance and reorientation, frequent monitoring of vital signs, and restraints as needed.47,49,50,67,68 Dehydration and metabolic abnormalities, such as magnesium and phosphorus deficiency, are common with AWD, and it is generally recommended that fluid status and electrolyte levels be monitored carefully and any abnormalities be corrected.48-50,67,68 ETHYL ALCOHOL Although there have been small case series describing administration of alcohol for the prevention and treatment of withdrawal symptoms, there are no controlled trials evaluating its use in the prevention or treatment of AWD.


Peds0415 Septic Shock 21%

Only a few minutes have passed when the nurse comes to you saying that she is worried about him because he is still febrile but is now tachycardic and sallow in appearance.