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PRACTICAL APPROACH TO ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS. R. T. Manktelow and R. 1. Baird. J. Thorac. Cardiov. Surg. 58:122-
This article contains a brief qualitative description of artifacts entering into measurements of intravascular pressures with electronic transducer systems. The authors outline methods of evaluating some static and dynamic response characteristics in pressure-recording systems. For the reader who needs to know more details, the bibliography is excellent--/ens G.Rosenkrantz. THE IMPORTANCE OF CHECKING THE ACID-BASE BALANCE IN NEONATAL SURGERY. J. Lasserre, G. Saint-Sup&y, G. Bildstein and R. Letuc. Ann. Chir. Inf. 10:137-146, 1969.
After recalling the principles of the tion of the acid-base balance according the authors gives some examples of and metabolic acidosis and alralosis surgery.-M. Bettex.
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of great importance. The paper presents an effective method that was first used by Meek in 1958. Skin squares are taken from unburned areas and cut by rotating knifes into small pieces. These are stuck to a folded nylon sheet, which subsequently is stretched and placed on a far larger burn area. Two to 4 days later, the small skin grafts begin to grow in and the nylon sheet may be removed. Epithelization extends from the skin islands and finally covers the whole wound area. Excellent pictures demonstrate the described procedure and the course of heeling.-IV. Leuterer. EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION IN THE TREATMENT OF EXTENSIVE BURNS IN CHILDREN. M. Kummer, F. Kuffer, A. Schtirli and M. Bettex. Ann. Chir.
In the toxemic phase of extensive burns, exchange transfusion can be helpful. The authors performed it in 6 burned children (burned surface over 60 per cent) with excellent results in 3.M. Bettex. BREAST TUMOURS IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN: A Jo-YEAR-REVIEW OF CASES AT A CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL. 1. S. Simpson and A. 1. Barson. Canad, Med. Ass. I. lOl:lOO-102 (July
METHOD OF TREATING SEVERE BURNS. Griizinger and 1. Joppich. PPdiat. Prax.
ABSTRACTS OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY
At the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto from 1928-1968 9 cases of breast neoplasm were seen, 3 in patients under one year of age. All lesions were excised. Pathological examination revealed: 5 fibroadenomas, all in girls at about the