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Full-Text Articles in Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities

The Prevalence Of Cerebral Palsy In Children Aged 0-6 Years In China:A Meta-Analysis, Yuxia Feng, Wei Peng, Xin Li, Shunbo Yang, Shiyu Liu, Shuqing Lu Sep 2022

The Prevalence Of Cerebral Palsy In Children Aged 0-6 Years In China:A Meta-Analysis, Yuxia Feng, Wei Peng, Xin Li, Shunbo Yang, Shiyu Liu, Shuqing Lu

General Practice in China

BackgroundAs one of the main causes of children's disability, cerebral palsy (hereinafter referred to as CP) affects the improvement of our population quality. At present, the results of researches on the prevalence of children suffering from CP in our country are quite different, and there is a lack of epidemiological studies based on larger sample sizes and the current prevalence of CP. ObjectiveTo learn about the prevalence of CP in children aged 0~6 years in China. MethodsLiteratures on the prevalence of CP in children aged 0~6 years in China were retrievaled through computer in PubMed, Web of ...


Comprehensive Care To Improve Quality Of Life: A Case Of Childhood Adrenoleukodystrophy, Miraal S. Dharamsi, Adrian A. Mejia, Cecilia De Vargas Aug 2022

Comprehensive Care To Improve Quality Of Life: A Case Of Childhood Adrenoleukodystrophy, Miraal S. Dharamsi, Adrian A. Mejia, Cecilia De Vargas

HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine

The childhood cerebral form of adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) causes rapid demyelination of cerebral white matter and is clinically characterized by hyperactivity, emotional changes, and poor school performance, as well as progressive cognitive, visual, auditory, speech, and motor decline. While aggressive behavior is a known complication of ALD, treatment of the disease is limited. Moreover, behavioral management is not well described in the available literature, particularly from a psychiatric standpoint. In this case presentation, the patient’s parents reported significant agitation and aggression, which may have been secondary to verbal deficits, in addition to the general neuropathological implications of this disease. Although ...


Emicizumab-Kxwh: A Critical Review, Kiera O'Leary Jun 2022

Emicizumab-Kxwh: A Critical Review, Kiera O'Leary

International Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences

The first descriptions of haemophilia A were reported in the second century AD, with the first modern description by John Conrad Otto in 1803. Historically, the natural history of haemophilia A was associated with very high rates morbidity and mortality, often following trivial accidents. Although treatment options for haemophilia A have been revolutionised in recent decades, haemophilia A remains a hereditary disease of concern and factor replacement products remain the mainstay of treatment.

As such, patients with haemophilia can carry huge burdens, particularly when a complication such as a FVIII inhibitor is present. A recently approved novel therapeutic, Emicizumab-kxwh, has ...


Thromboelastography Profiles Of Hemophilia A Patients On Emicizumab, Daniel J. Vanzweden, Meera Chitlur, Charity J. Stadler Jun 2022

Thromboelastography Profiles Of Hemophilia A Patients On Emicizumab, Daniel J. Vanzweden, Meera Chitlur, Charity J. Stadler

Medical Student Research Symposium

Emicizumab is a new monoclonal antibody developed to dtreat people with Hemophilia A, especially those with antibodies. However, breakthrough bleeding can still occur in patients taking Emicizumab. TEG is a global coagulation assay which measures coagulability through viscosity. This study describes the use of tissue factor activated TEG in measuring bleeding profiles in patients taking Emicizumab. The goal of this prospective study is to determine if TEG can be used, which variables of TEG might be useful, and how much more useful it is than the current standard, aPtt. Findings include a 25% increased R time and 24% increased K ...


Preliminary Analysis Of Transcriptomic Variations In Esrp1/Sox2 Double Transgenic Mouse Embryo Facial Prominences In Search Of Esrp1 Targets Responsible For Cleft Lip And/Or Palate Pathogenesis, Grace Lee Jun 2022

Preliminary Analysis Of Transcriptomic Variations In Esrp1/Sox2 Double Transgenic Mouse Embryo Facial Prominences In Search Of Esrp1 Targets Responsible For Cleft Lip And/Or Palate Pathogenesis, Grace Lee

Dental Theses

Cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) is a highly prevalent craniofacial deformation worldwide, that is challenging to treat. Despite the series of reconstructive surgeries, orthodontic treatments, and functional rehabilitation therapies, patients can not fully recover from the esthetic and functional defect they were born with. A paradigm-shift in treatment approach is needed to lift the medical, psychosocial, and financial burdens from the patients and their families, one that would intercept the malformation in utero and recapitulate normal development of the lip and the palate before birth. A necessary first step towards this goal is to decipher the intricate molecular ...


Primary Cilia Of The Cardiac Neural Crest & Hedgehog-Mediated Mechanisms Of Congenital Heart Disease, Lindsey A. Fitzsimons May 2022

Primary Cilia Of The Cardiac Neural Crest & Hedgehog-Mediated Mechanisms Of Congenital Heart Disease, Lindsey A. Fitzsimons

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Elimination of primary cilia in cardiac neural crest cell (CNCC) progenitors is hypothesized to cause a variety of congenital heart defects (CHDs), including atrioventricular septal defects, and malformations of the developing cardiac outflow tract. We present an in vivo model of CHD resulting from the conditional elimination of primary cilia from CNCC using multiple, Wnt1:Cre-loxP, neural crest-specific systems, targeting two distinctive, but critical, primary cilia structural genes: Intraflagellar transport protein 88 (Ift88) or kinesin family member 3A (Kif3a). CNCC loss of primary cilia leads to widespread CHD, where homozygous mutant embryos (MUT) display a variety of outflow tract malformations ...


Fortuitous Diagnosis Of Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return In A Newborn With Hypoglycemia, Joseph Maes, Terence Zach May 2022

Fortuitous Diagnosis Of Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return In A Newborn With Hypoglycemia, Joseph Maes, Terence Zach

Child Health Research Institute Pediatric Research Forum

No abstract provided.


A Hidden Cause For Electrolyte Derangement In The Ed: Gitelman Syndrome, Alexis Dunn, James Espinosa, Alan Lucerna, Kevin Dwyer May 2022

A Hidden Cause For Electrolyte Derangement In The Ed: Gitelman Syndrome, Alexis Dunn, James Espinosa, Alan Lucerna, Kevin Dwyer

Stratford Campus Research Day

Electrolyte derangements are a common finding in the emergency department, whether incidental or the cause for presenting symptoms. Gitelman syndrome (GS) can be the cause for recurrent hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia. While often diagnosed when the patient is young, a clinician should keep this on the differential when seeing repeated visits with electrolyte deficiencies and treating them. Here we discuss a case of how Gitelman syndrome has presented in the ED and what to learn from it.


Case Report: How A Vallecular Cyst Could Have Become An Airway Emergency, Adam Kandil, Robin Lahr, Andrew Caravello May 2022

Case Report: How A Vallecular Cyst Could Have Become An Airway Emergency, Adam Kandil, Robin Lahr, Andrew Caravello

Stratford Campus Research Day

Vallecular cysts, also known as epiglottic mucous retention cysts are known to be generally self-limiting laryngeal lesion. They can however also be associated with airway obstruction, and dysphagia in infants. In adults, they are usually asymptomatic, and usually incidentally diagnosed. At times they are diagnosed during rapid sequence intubation, as they may contribute to endotracheal intubation difficulty. Moreover, there is question as to the correlation between vallecular cysts and the incidence of acute epiglottitis, as a vallecular cyst may become infected and cause a localized expansion of inflammation and infection. This expansion from the vallecula progresses to epiglottis.


A Novel Approach To Triosephosphate Isomerase Deficiency, Kyra Mccarty May 2022

A Novel Approach To Triosephosphate Isomerase Deficiency, Kyra Mccarty

Research Days

Background: Triosephosphate isomerase deficiency (TPID) is a glycolytic pathway enzymopathy causing hemolytic anemia and neurologic dysfunction. TPID is caused by mutations in the TPI1 gene. These patients experience severe hemolytic anemia in infancy followed by progressive neurodegeneration. Diagnosis of TPID is made by measuring decreased TPI enzyme activity elevated dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP) levels in the blood. The diagnosis is confirmed by molecular genetic testing. Neurological involvement typically manifests between 6 and 24 months of age, causing progressive motor dysfunction. Chronic axonal neuropathy is often present on nerve biopsy, and peripheral neuropathy is evident on electrophysiologic studies. Splenectomy and blood transfusions ...


Sigirr Variants Identified In Nec Infants Exaggerate Toll-Like Receptor Mediated Inflammation, Jennie Godwin May 2022

Sigirr Variants Identified In Nec Infants Exaggerate Toll-Like Receptor Mediated Inflammation, Jennie Godwin

Research Days

Background: A key event underlying uncontrolled inflammation in necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is pathologic activation of Toll-like receptors (TLR). TLR4 recognizes lipopolysaccharide (LPS), from Gramnegative bacteria, and TLR2 peptidoglycans (PAM3Csyk4, PAM), from Gram-positive bacteria. TLR4 and TLR2 signaling events induce an inflammatory cascade through NF-kB, a cytokine inducing transcription factor. Single-immunoglobulin interleukin-1-related receptor (SIGIRR) is a major negative regulator of TLR-mediated NF-kB activation. Previous work from our lab suggests that loss of function in SIGIRR may predispose to NEC. Our lab has identified four variants in NEC patients predicted to alter function of SIGIRR. We hypothesized that identified SIGIRR variants will ...


Development Of A Nurse Practitioner Driven Program For Cardiology Providers To Increase Knowledge And Awareness Of Neurodevelopmental Assessment Needs In Children With Congenital Heart Defects, Michele Readman May 2022

Development Of A Nurse Practitioner Driven Program For Cardiology Providers To Increase Knowledge And Awareness Of Neurodevelopmental Assessment Needs In Children With Congenital Heart Defects, Michele Readman

Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Manuscripts

Children diagnosed with congenital heart defects are at increased risk for neurodevelopmental delays. Timely referral of patients to a neurodevelopmental clinic for initial evaluation and referrals to support services can improve learning outcomes, provide early intervention for neurodevelopmental disorders, and mediate factors affecting low quality of life. Nationally, a substantial proportion of pediatric cardiologists are not referring children for neurodevelopmental evaluation. A review of patient referrals to a Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic within an urban children’s hospital demonstrated an opportunity to improve provider awareness and knowledge of referral recommendations. Using the Iowa Model of Evidence-Based Practice to Promote Quality Care ...


Increasing Awareness Of Hereditary Fructose Intolerance: An Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Project, Jacqueline M. Bridge May 2022

Increasing Awareness Of Hereditary Fructose Intolerance: An Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Project, Jacqueline M. Bridge

DNP Projects

Background: Hereditary Fructose Intolerance (HFI) is an inborn error of metabolism which results in the absence of an effective Aldolase B enzyme. Without this enzyme, ingestion of fructose and metabolic precursors leads to acute illness, multiorgan damage, and possible death. The increased presence of these sugars results in earlier onset of symptoms and more difficulty for those with HFI.

Purpose: The project’s aim is to increase awareness of HFI in healthcare providers using a learning module and assessments of knowledge at three different points in time.

Methods: The IOWA model for evidence-based practice projects was applied during the development ...


When Problems Become Solutions: Harnessing The Osteogenic Capacity Of Disease-Causing Stem Cells To Repair Bone Fractures, Mehreen Pasha May 2022

When Problems Become Solutions: Harnessing The Osteogenic Capacity Of Disease-Causing Stem Cells To Repair Bone Fractures, Mehreen Pasha

Honors Scholar Theses

While we often perceive disease as negative, there is potential to engineer seemingly negative biological phenomena into therapeutics to treat a variety of human illnesses. Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is a genetic disorder involving uncontrolled, widespread, extraskeletal bone growth, or heterotopic ossification (HO). In FOP patients, stem cells called fibro/adipogenic progenitors (FAPs) follow an abnormal, osteogenic pathway. In the present study, we investigate whether we can adapt these Acvr1 mutant FAPs, which are exceptional at producing bone, to repair bone fractures in otherwise normal patients. The primary aims of this study are (1) to devise and optimize a novel ...


When Problems Become Solutions: Harnessing The Osteogenic Capacity Of Disease-Causing Stem Cells To Repair Bone Fractures, Mehreen Pasha May 2022

When Problems Become Solutions: Harnessing The Osteogenic Capacity Of Disease-Causing Stem Cells To Repair Bone Fractures, Mehreen Pasha

University Scholar Projects

While we often perceive disease as negative, there is potential to engineer seemingly negative biological phenomena into therapeutics to treat a variety of human illnesses. Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is a genetic disorder involving uncontrolled, widespread, extraskeletal bone growth, or heterotopic ossification (HO). In FOP patients, stem cells called fibro/adipogenic progenitors (FAPs) follow an abnormal, osteogenic pathway. In the present study, we investigate whether we can adapt these Acvr1 mutant FAPs, which are exceptional at producing bone, to repair bone fractures in otherwise normal patients. The primary aims of this study are (1) to devise and optimize a novel ...


An Exploration Of Psychological Trauma And Positive Adaptation In Adults With Congenital Heart Disease During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Liza Morton Dr, Calum Calderwood, Nicola Cogan, Claire Murphy, Evan Nix, Jacek Kolacz Dr Apr 2022

An Exploration Of Psychological Trauma And Positive Adaptation In Adults With Congenital Heart Disease During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Liza Morton Dr, Calum Calderwood, Nicola Cogan, Claire Murphy, Evan Nix, Jacek Kolacz Dr

Patient Experience Journal

The growing population of adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) often have lifelong experience of dealing with potentially traumatic health crises and medical uncertainty whilst facing increased vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The COVID-19 pandemic presents additional challenges for this population including increased risk of health complications, shielding and strict social distancing, changes to medical care provision and social stigma. Despite such challenges, adults with CHD have the potential to also experience positive changes, yet little is known as to what helps cultivate positive adaptation and post-traumatic growth (PTG) within this context. The current study comprised a cross-sectional, anonymous ...


The Parkinson's Wellness Project: An 8-Part Educational Video Series, Samantha L. Stevenson Apr 2022

The Parkinson's Wellness Project: An 8-Part Educational Video Series, Samantha L. Stevenson

OTD Capstone Projects

The Parkinson’s Wellness Project is an 8-part educational video series created by Samantha Stevenson, a student in Belmont University’s Doctorate Program in Occupational Therapy. Purpose: This project was created to benefit all persons with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and their care partners who attend Rocksteady Boxing (RSB) in Franklin/Nashville, TN. Methodology: The student conducted research to identify the salient issues experienced by people living with PD. The issues were then synthesized into 8 separate categories including the following: facial expression, mental health, sexual health, self-care, sleep, diet and nutrition, meditation, and postural alignment. Experts in the healthcare ...


Alzheimer's And Patient Caregiver Burnout: A Review Of The Literature, Madeline Hekeler Mar 2022

Alzheimer's And Patient Caregiver Burnout: A Review Of The Literature, Madeline Hekeler

James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ)

The term “silent epidemic” is fitting for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), as its negative impact is widely felt but rarely discussed. Burnout among AD caregivers has become an epidemic of its own as caregivers experience an increase in health risks, stress, and financial burden. This literature review focuses on caregiver burnout and how imperative it is that caregivers are better supported in their role. Researchers have developed instruments to assess and intervene in caregiver burnout that have shown effectiveness among caregivers and their families.Nevertheless, further longitudinal research is warranted regarding more effective interventions, including stress management and social support ...


A Fond Farewell, Dennis J. Baumgardner Jan 2022

A Fond Farewell, Dennis J. Baumgardner

Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews

In this From the Editor introduction to Volume 9, Issue 1, the retiring editor-in-chief of Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews recalls the history and initial aims of JPCRR, discusses the contents of articles in the current issue, and says good-bye.


Telemedicine Consultation To Assess Neonatal Encephalopathy In Rural Community Hospitals And Tertiary Care Centers, Rachel Coffey, Misty Melendi, Anya K. Cutler, Alexa K. Craig Jan 2022

Telemedicine Consultation To Assess Neonatal Encephalopathy In Rural Community Hospitals And Tertiary Care Centers, Rachel Coffey, Misty Melendi, Anya K. Cutler, Alexa K. Craig

Journal of Maine Medical Center

Introduction: Teleconsultation is used in tertiary care hospitals to evaluate neonatal encephalopathy. Neonates born in community hospitals, however, often experience delayed evaluation due to transport to the tertiary care center. We studied teleconsultations in community hospitals to decrease this disparity.

Methods: Prospective observational study in 9 community hospitals and 1 neonatal intensive care unit. Inclusion criteria: gestational age greater than or equal to 35 weeks and one of the following: umbilical cord pH less than or equal to 7.2, 5-minute Apgar less than 7, prolonged respiratory support, perinatal event, or abnormal neurological exam. We performed synchronized, unscheduled telemedicine consults ...


Congenital Non-Union Of C1 Leading To Quadriplegia Following A Roller Coaster Ride, Kelly Champlin, Saptarshi Biswas Jan 2022

Congenital Non-Union Of C1 Leading To Quadriplegia Following A Roller Coaster Ride, Kelly Champlin, Saptarshi Biswas

South Atlantic Division Research Day 2022

No abstract provided.


Congenital Lobar Emphysema: A Rare Cause Of Mortality In Premature Infants, Brantley Grimball, Allison Thompson Jan 2022

Congenital Lobar Emphysema: A Rare Cause Of Mortality In Premature Infants, Brantley Grimball, Allison Thompson

South Atlantic Division Research Day 2022

No abstract provided.


Splenectomy In A Patient With Von Willebrand Disease And Itp. Hemostatic Challenges, Perioperative Resuscitation, Resource Allocation And Challenges Of Management In A Regional L1 Center, Taylor Locklear, Akash Patel, Saptarshi Biswas Jan 2022

Splenectomy In A Patient With Von Willebrand Disease And Itp. Hemostatic Challenges, Perioperative Resuscitation, Resource Allocation And Challenges Of Management In A Regional L1 Center, Taylor Locklear, Akash Patel, Saptarshi Biswas

South Atlantic Division Research Day 2022

No abstract provided.


A Case Of Protein Losing Enteropathy After Fontan Operation, Gina Kim Jan 2022

A Case Of Protein Losing Enteropathy After Fontan Operation, Gina Kim

Capstone Showcase

Protein Losing Enteropathy (PLE) is a condition in which an excessive amount of proteins are lost through the gastrointestinal tract leading to hypoproteinemia and manifesting as edema, ascites, and diarrhea. While in most cases PLE is a treatable disorder with good outcomes, the morbidity and mortality of the disorder is significantly elevated in patients with a history of Fontan surgery–an operation used to palliate patients born with a single ventricle by rerouting venous blood return directly to pulmonary circulation. After failure of first-line therapeutics of diuretics and steroids, this case study explores the successful treatment of a 5-year-old patient ...


Healthcare Utilization And Expenditures Of The Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome In Nevada: A Cross-Sectional Analysis (2016 -2018), Kavita Batra, Patricia Cruz, Chad L. Cross, Neeraj Bhandari, Farooq Abdulla, Jennifer R. Pharr, Mark P. Buttner Jan 2022

Healthcare Utilization And Expenditures Of The Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome In Nevada: A Cross-Sectional Analysis (2016 -2018), Kavita Batra, Patricia Cruz, Chad L. Cross, Neeraj Bhandari, Farooq Abdulla, Jennifer R. Pharr, Mark P. Buttner

School of Medicine Faculty Publications

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), also called Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (NOWS), refers to a constellation of withdrawal symptoms occurring among infants born to mothers using addictive substances such as opioids during pregnancy. Nevada has consistently higher opioid prescribing rates among pregnant women compared to national estimates. While Nevada’s recent incidence rates for NOWS are available, healthcare utilization and cost associated with NOWS have not been quantified. This cross-sectional study aimed to assess the healthcare resource utilization and financial burden associated with NOWS in Nevada from 2016 to 2018 among newborns diagnosed with NOWS and to draw comparisons with non-NOWS ...


The Role Of Pre-Participation Exams In Identifying Student Athletes At Risk For Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Elizabeth Frey Dec 2021

The Role Of Pre-Participation Exams In Identifying Student Athletes At Risk For Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Elizabeth Frey

Honors Projects

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in young student athletes (Drezner et al., 2007). With athletes being recognized as some of the healthiest members of society, a catastrophic event like this can stimulate debate over pre-participation screening and appropriate emergency actions. With 55-80% cases of sudden cardiac death (SCD) being asymptomatic before the event (Drezner et al., 2007), looking into how well pre-participation screenings identify at risk individuals becomes much more important. This project investigates to what extent pre-participation physicals (PPE) can be improved to better identify student athletes at risk for sudden cardiac death and ...


Derivation And Validation Of A General Predictive Model For Long Term Risks For Mortality And Invasive Cardiovascular Interventions In Congenital Heart Disease, David A. Danford Dec 2021

Derivation And Validation Of A General Predictive Model For Long Term Risks For Mortality And Invasive Cardiovascular Interventions In Congenital Heart Disease, David A. Danford

Capstone Experience

Introduction. Accurate assessment of prognosis is a key driver of clinical decision making in congenital heart disease (CHD), but is complicated because CHD represents such a diverse collection of conditions. The aim of this investigation is to derive, validate, and calibrate multivariable predictive models for time to surgical or catheter-mediated intervention (INT) in CHD and for time to death in CHD. Methods. 4108 unique subjects were prospectively and consecutively enrolled, and randomized to derivation and validation cohorts. Total follow up was 26,578 patient-years, with 102 deaths and 868 INTs. Accelerated failure time multivariable predictive models for the outcomes, based ...


The Effects Of Omega-3 Pufa Infusions During Late Gestation On Developmental Pathologies In The Intrauterine Growth Restricted Fetus, Taylor Lacey Nov 2021

The Effects Of Omega-3 Pufa Infusions During Late Gestation On Developmental Pathologies In The Intrauterine Growth Restricted Fetus, Taylor Lacey

Theses and Dissertations in Animal Science

Low birthweight due to intrauterine growth restriction is associated with metabolic disorders after birth. Our 1st study assessed deficits in skeletal muscle glucose metabolism and pancreatic β cell function in IUGR fetal sheep. We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of daily intravenous infusions of the anti-inflammatory ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), as a means of improving deficits previously observed in the IUGR fetus by targeting fetal systemic inflammation. The presence of systemic inflammation in IUGR fetuses was evident by increased total circulating populations of total leukocytes, lymphocytes, and monocytes. However, these were decreased by 5-day ω-3 ...


The Association Of Rs187238, Rs19465518 And Rs1946519 Il-8 Polymorphisms With Acute Kidney Injury In Preterm Infants, Fiva Aprilia Kadi Nov 2021

The Association Of Rs187238, Rs19465518 And Rs1946519 Il-8 Polymorphisms With Acute Kidney Injury In Preterm Infants, Fiva Aprilia Kadi

BioMedicine

ABSTRACT

Background: Interleukin 18 (IL-18) promoter polymorphisms (-656G>T, -607C>A, and -137G>C) affect serum IL-18 (sIL-18) levels and are associated with renal injury.

Purpose: This study aimed to determine the diagnostic utility of sIL-18 and urine IL-18 (uIL-18) as biomarkers for acute kidney injury (AKI) and analyse the association of IL-18 polymorphisms to AKI in preterm infants.

Methods: Blood and urine samples were collected from 56 preterm infants with AKI and 56 without AKI to measure serum creatinine (SCr), sIL-18, and uIL-18. Genotyping of polymorphisms was performed and analysed, with AUC-ROCs analysis used to evaluate the diagnostic utility ...


Using Parameter Estimation For Mathematical Model Predicting Pediatric Scd Pain, Quindel Jones Nov 2021

Using Parameter Estimation For Mathematical Model Predicting Pediatric Scd Pain, Quindel Jones

Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research

No abstract provided.