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Neonatal Kidney and Fluid-Electrolytes

Proceedings of Pediatric Nephrology Seminar IX, held at Bal Harbour, Florida, January 31 - February 4, 1982

  • José Strauss

Part of the Developments in Nephrology book series (DINE, volume 6)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. The Fetus

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Eddie S. Moore, Craig B. Langman, Mahmoud Loghman-Adham, Margarita Ocampo
      Pages 3-9
    3. Salha S. Daniel, L. Stanley James
      Pages 11-21
    4. J.-P. Guignard
      Pages 31-35
    5. José Strauss
      Pages 39-47
  3. Low Birth Weight Infants

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 49-49
    2. Craig B. Langman, Eddie S. Moore
      Pages 63-74
    3. L. F. Dominguez, R. Fojaco, R. Goldberg, E. S. Setzer, J. Strauss
      Pages 75-82
    4. José Strauss
      Pages 83-96
  4. Functional and Organic Evaluation of the Newborn

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 99-99
    2. J.-P. Guignard
      Pages 101-111
    3. G. Zilleruelo, S. Sultan, E. Bancalari, B. Steele, J. Strauss
      Pages 113-125
    4. Eddie S. Moore, Pricha Tanphaichitr, Craig B. Langman, Mahmoud Loghman-Adham
      Pages 137-138
    5. Jane L. Frank
      Pages 153-161
    6. George E. Abdenour Jr.
      Pages 163-171
    7. José Strauss
      Pages 173-177
  5. Neonatal Pathological Situations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 179-179
    2. Jorge L. Lockhart, Victor A. Politano
      Pages 181-190
    3. Eduardo Bancalari
      Pages 191-196
    4. Eddie S. Moore, Martina S. Evans, Craig B. Langman
      Pages 201-209
    5. S. Singh
      Pages 211-220
    6. J.-P. Guignard
      Pages 221-227
    7. José Strauss
      Pages 229-240
  6. Workshops

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 243-243
    2. José Strauss
      Pages 255-265
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 267-278

About this book

Introduction

The purpose of this volume and Pediatric Nephrology Seminar IX from which it was created is to provide easy access to current concepts in the diagnosis and management of kidney diseases in the newborn. Complimentary to this purpose is the opportunity the Seminar structure gives me to invite those particularly interested in the subject chosen to come together, share experiences and ideas in an unhurried, unpressured atmosphere for four con­ tinuous days - an oasis for me and, I am told, also for the faculty and registrants. This year's subject choice is an expression of my perennial interest in the kidney of the newborn. A step back to view the steps forward reveals unwittingly intertwined associations and actions which now fall into focus. When I was just beginning my pediatric nephrology training with Sol Kaplan at Downstate in Brooklyn, we discussed Bob Usher's pioneering thought that there was something wrong with the kidneys of babies with RDS. Without really knowing what needed to be done, I started looking at the kidneys of those babies. Subsequently, Dick Day who was Chairman of the Department of Pedia­ trics there, stopped me in the hall, and asked me to come into his office. Glowing in quiet introspection, he extolled the joy of working with one's hands, then hurried away to his laboratory. He had been the Director of the Newborn Nursery at Babies Hospital before coming to Downstate, and (as I later found out) was trying to do something with oxygen electrodes.

Keywords

fetus kidney nephrology newborn ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • José Strauss
    • 1
  1. 1.Division of Pediatric NephrologyUniversity of Miami, School of MedicineMiamiUSA

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