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Accessing Femoral Arteries Less than 3 mm in Diameter is Associated with Increased Incidence of Loss of Pulse Following Cardiac Catheterization in Infants

Accessing Femoral Arteries Less than 3 mm in Diameter is Associated with Increased Incidence of Loss of Pulse Following Cardiac Catheterization in Infants Sachin Tadphale 1, Thomas Yohannan 2, Travis Kauffmann 2, Vinod Maller 3, Vijaykumar Agrawal 3, Hannah Lloyd 4, B...

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Skeletal muscle index determined by bioelectrical impedance analysis is a determinant of exercise capacity and a prognostic predictor in patients with congenital heart disease

Skeletal muscle index determined by bioelectrical impedance analysis is a determinant of exercise capacity and a prognostic predictor in patients with congenital heart disease.   Sato M, Inai K, Asagai S, Harada G, Shimada E, Sugiyama H.J Cardiol. 2020 May...

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Modified Lung Ultrasound Examinations in Assessment and Monitoring of Positive End-Expiratory Pressure-Induced Lung Reaeration in Young Children With Congenital Heart Disease Under General Anesthesia.

Wu L, Hou Q, Bai J, Zhang J, Sun L, Tan R, Zhang M, Zheng J. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2019 May;20(5):442-449. doi: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000001865. PMID:  31058784 Similar articles   Take Home Points: The most prevalent region of post-intubation atelectasis in...

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