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Development and validation of a risk stratification index to predict death in gastroschisis

Development and validation of a risk stratification index to predict death in gastroschisis,10.1016/j.jpedsurg.2007.01.028,Journal of Pediatric Surger

Development and validation of a risk stratification index to predict death in gastroschisis   (Citations: 9)
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BackgroundGastroschisis is a rare congenital anomaly, the improved surgical management of which has contributed to a survival rate greater than 90%. Development of an accurate risk stratification system to help identify the subset of patients at greatest risk for death may lead to further improvements in outcome.
Journal: Journal of Pediatric Surgery - J PEDIAT SURG , vol. 42, no. 6, pp. 950-956, 2007
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    • ...Although neonatal intensive care and surgical techniques have significantly improved, a number of patients experience prolonged intestinal hypoperistalsis and malabsorption after surgical repair and may predispose to necrotizing enterocolitis [7, 8]. The permanent exposure of the handles to amniotic fluid and its components cause alterations of the morphology and the histology of the intestinal wall that takes the intestinal hypomotility ...

    Aline Cristina Régiset al. The cholinergic response is increased in isolated ileum from gastrosch...

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