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Accidentes en la infancia: Su prevención, tarea prioritaria en este milenio
ROMERO P,PATRICIO;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062007000600005
Abstract: accidents and violence represent in chile and latinoamerican countries one of the leading mortality causes. epidemiologic features of these health problems are described, with emphasis in prevention strategies
Accidentes en la infancia: Su prevención, tarea prioritaria en este milenio Accidents in pediatrics: the millennium challenge
PATRICIO ROMERO P
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007,
Abstract: Los traumatismos derivados de accidentes y violencias continúan representando en Chile y en muchos otros países latinoamericanos, la principal causa de muerte, entre los mayores de un a o y hasta la edad adulta (46 a os). Son importante causa de ingresos hospitalarios y consultas a los servicios de urgencia. Se describen las características epidemiológicas de accidentes y violencias, los accidentes y amenazas más frecuentes y los más notables que por su gravedad y trascendencia afectan al ni o chileno. Se hace énfasis en la prevención de los más importantes y se enumeran las estrategias de intervención propuestas Accidents and violence represent in Chile and Latinoamerican countries one of the leading mortality causes. Epidemiologic features of these health problems are described, with emphasis in prevention strategies
Epiglotitis aguda Acute epiglotitis
Patricio Romero P,Ricardo Ronco M,Patricia Madrid R
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1991,
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Síndrome hemolítico urémico asociado a Streptococo pneumoniae
González C.,Claudia; Díaz G.,Juan Pablo; Romero P.,Patricio;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2000, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062000000600007
Abstract: hus is the most important cause of acute renal failure in childhood, mostly associated with an infectious diarrhoea (90%). within the remaining 10% we know that hus is associated with invasive neuraminidase-producing s. pneumoniae, an uncommon aetiological organism in hus. there are only 22 cases reported internationally and not previously described in chile. we present 2 cases that occurred in our hospital, one associated with meningitis and the other with pneumonia and pleural effusion. commenting on the clinical features, evolution and pathogenic mechanism of this rare disease
Síndrome hemolítico urémico asociado a Streptococo pneumoniae Haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS) associated with Streptococcus pneumoniae infection
Claudia González C.,Juan Pablo Díaz G.,Patricio Romero P.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2000,
Abstract: El síndrome hemolítico urémico, causa más importante de insuficiencia renal aguda parenquimatosa en pediatría, se asocia habitualmente (90%) a un pródromo de diarrea. Dentro del 10% restante, se encuentra el SHU asociado a enfermedad invasiva por Streptococo pneumoniae productor de neuroaminidasa, entidad rara no descrita en Chile, relatándose 22 casos en la literatura. Por lo anterior, nos ha parecido de interés presentar 2 casos ocurridos en nuestro hospital, uno asociado a meningitis y el otro a pleuroneumonía, comentando su forma de inicio, evolución a corto y mediano plazo y ahondar en los mecanismos patogénicos involucrados y las características propias de esta enfermedad HUS is the most important cause of acute renal failure in childhood, mostly associated with an infectious diarrhoea (90%). Within the remaining 10% we know that HUS is associated with invasive neuraminidase-producing S. pneumoniae, an uncommon aetiological organism in HUS. There are only 22 cases reported internationally and not previously described in Chile. We present 2 cases that occurred in our hospital, one associated with meningitis and the other with pneumonia and pleural effusion. Commenting on the clinical features, evolution and pathogenic mechanism of this rare disease
Estudio Comparativo Sobre la Actividad de Trimetoprim-Sulfametopirazina y Nitrofurantoina en Infecciones Urinaias del Nino. Trimethoprim-Sulfamethopyrazine and Nitrofurantoine in Urinary Tract Infections
Eduardo González C,Claudio Carranza V,Carlos Soto A,Patricio Romero P
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1985,
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Ventilación mecánica en pacientes con patologías agudas del Sistema Nervioso Central: sobrevida y pronóstico funcional Mechanical ventilation in patients with acute neurological disease: Survival and functional outcome
Enrique Norero M,Pablo Altschwager K,Carlos Romero P,Patricio Mellado T
Revista médica de Chile , 2004,
Abstract: Background: The need of mechanical ventilation among patients with acute neurological diseases is considered a poor prognostic sign. Aim: To determine the mortality and functional recovery of neurological patients requiring mechanical ventilation. Patients and methods: Prospective study of 77 patients (42 men, age 54±19 years, with 11±4 points of Glasgow coma scale (GCS), 61% with cerebrovascular disease), that were admitted to the intensive care unit with neurological disease and that required mechanical ventilation. Functional recovery was assessed at 18 months with Glasgow outcome scale (GOS) and Barthel index. Results: Thirty percent of patients died during follow up. Among surviving patients, 47% had a good recovery or moderate disability, and 74% had a Barthel index equal to or over 70. Arterial hypertension, age over 70 and mechanical ventilation longer than 6 days were associated with bad functional prognosis. Conclusions: Neurological patients requiring mechanical ventilation had a lower mortality than previously reported, and half of the survivors have an independent life. This study supports intensive care management in this group of patients (Rev Méd Chile 2004; 132: 11-8).
Filling and wetting transitions of nematic liquid crystals on sinusoidal substrates
P. Patricio,N. M. Silvestre,C. -T. Pham,J. M. Romero-Enrique
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.84.021701
Abstract: Close to sinusoidal substrates, simple fluids may undergo a filling transition, in which the fluid passes from a dry to a filled state, where the interface remains unbent but bound to the substrate. Increasing the surface field, the interface unbinds and a wetting transition occurs. We show that this double-transition sequence may be strongly modified in the case of ordered fluids, such as nematic liquid crystals. Depending on the preferred orientation of the nematic molecules at the structured substrate and at the isotropic-nematic interface, the filling transition may not exist, and the fluid passes directly from a dry to a complete-wet state, with the interface far from the substrate. More interestingly, in other situations, the complete wetting transition may be prevented, and the fluid passes from a dry to a filled state, and remains in this configuration, with the interface always attached to the substrate, even for very large surface fields. Both transitions are only observed for a same substrate in a narrow range of amplitudes.
PREMIO DR. JULIO SCHWARZENBERG L BECK 2005
Patricio Romero Pizarro
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2005,
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Ventilación mecánica en pacientes con patologías agudas del Sistema Nervioso Central: sobrevida y pronóstico funcional
Norero M,Enrique; Altschwager K,Pablo; Romero P,Carlos; Mellado T,Patricio; Hernández P,Glenn; Castillo F,Luis; Bugedo T,Guillermo;
Revista médica de Chile , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872004000100002
Abstract: background: the need of mechanical ventilation among patients with acute neurological diseases is considered a poor prognostic sign. aim: to determine the mortality and functional recovery of neurological patients requiring mechanical ventilation. patients and methods: prospective study of 77 patients (42 men, age 54±19 years, with 11±4 points of glasgow coma scale (gcs), 61% with cerebrovascular disease), that were admitted to the intensive care unit with neurological disease and that required mechanical ventilation. functional recovery was assessed at 18 months with glasgow outcome scale (gos) and barthel index. results: thirty percent of patients died during follow up. among surviving patients, 47% had a good recovery or moderate disability, and 74% had a barthel index equal to or over 70. arterial hypertension, age over 70 and mechanical ventilation longer than 6 days were associated with bad functional prognosis. conclusions: neurological patients requiring mechanical ventilation had a lower mortality than previously reported, and half of the survivors have an independent life. this study supports intensive care management in this group of patients (rev méd chile 2004; 132: 11-8).
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