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  • Feeding during High-Flow Nasal Cannula for Bronchiolitis: Associations with Time to Discharge. [Journal Article]
    J Hosp Med 2019; 14:E43-E48Shadman KA, Kelly MM, … Coller RJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Assessment of feeding exposure did not account for quantity and duration.Children fed while receiving HFNC for bronchiolitis may have shorter time to discharge than those not fed. Feeding-related adverse events were rare regardless of the feeding method. Controlled prospective studies addressing residual confounding are needed to justify a change in the current practice.
  • Review of Animal Models of Bipolar Disorder that Alter Ion Regulation. [Review]
    Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2019Mack AA, Gao Y, … El-Mallakh RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Animal models that disrupt ion regulation are more inclined to model both mania and depression; and are thus the most promising models available. However, other models are important for demonstrating mechanisms in important pathophysiologic aspect of bipolar disorder.
  • Infusion Jet Flow Control in Neonatal Double Lumen Cannulae. [Journal Article]
    J Biomech Eng 2019Rasooli R, Yildiz Y, … Pekkan K
  • Clinical success of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) depends on the proper venous cannulation. Venovenous (VV) ECMO is the preferred clinical intervention as it provides a single-site access by utilizing a VV double lumen cannula (VVDLC) with a higher level of mobilization and physical rehabilitation. Concurrent venous blood drainage and oxygenated blood infusion in the right atrium at …
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