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Papers quoted in Current Contents on project 3-01-469

Quoted papers: 8
Other papers: 43
Total: 51

Title: Hyperuricemia in childhood with special emphasis on Lesch-Nyhan syndrom

Gjurić, Gorjana (119221)
Mardešić, Duško (28220)
Crnojević-Ivanušić, Ružana
Sarnavka, Vladimir
Stanojević, Milan
Stefanović, Nada (160792)
Kolak-Đurinović, Ružica
Novak, Milivoj
Journal: Paediatr Croat
Number: 37
ISSN: 1330-1403
Volume: 1
Year: 1993
Pages: from 39 to 44
Number of references: 30
Language: hrvatski
Summary: The etiology, epidemiology and clinical manifestations of hyperuricaemia in children is described. The Lesch-Nycan syndrome is emphasized, some more recent data on the genetic and metabolic basis are given and four patients with syndrome are presented. The authors stress the importance of treating hyperuricaemia in order to prevent gout and renal insufficiency. In hereditary, primary hyperuricaemias due to disorders of the purine metabolism, the birth of childrene at risk for renal lithiasis and Lesch_nychan syndrome can be avoided by measures of preventive genetics.
Keywords: hyperuricaemia, Lesch-Nychan syndrome, selfmutilation

Title: Ureaplasma urealyticum ostemyelitis in a very low birth weight infant

Gjurić, Gorjana (119221)
Prišlin-Muškić, Marlena
Nikolić, Emil (177135)
Žurga, Biserka (149250)
Journal: J Perinat Med
Number: 22
Year: 1994
Pages: from 79 to 81
Number of references: 7
Language: engleski
Summary: We are reporting a very low birth weight male infant with osteomyelitis of the right femur during the bloodstream infection with Ureaplasma urealyticu. After previously recognized pulmonary and central nervous system infections, our case description linked Ureaplsma urealyticum to bone disease, widening the spectrum of patologic conditions in neonates due to this agent.
Keywords: Genital Mycoplasmas, Ureaplasma urealyticum, newborn, osteomyelitis

Title: Step by step toward successful breast-feeding

Gjurić, Gorjana (119221)
Žurga, Biserka (149250)
Mujkić-Klarić, Aida (25430)
Delija-Presečki, Živka (141620)
Journal: Paediatr Croat
Number: 38
ISSN: 1330-1403
Volume: 1
Year: 1994
Pages: from 19 to 22
Number of references: 37
Language: hrvatski
Summary: We have researched maternity hospital practice of breastfeeding in Croatia, compared with WHO recommandations for the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding. A set of questionnaires was sent to 24 maternity hospitals in Croatia, and replies were received from 18 in wich there were 31000 (60%) births per year. The results showed that mothers group education on breastfeeding had been out in 10 (55%) maternity hospitals whereas individual education was performed in 16 (88 %). The education of health workers had been organized in only 4 (22%) maternity hospitals. The initiation of breastfeeding had been introduced 6 hours after birth in 13 ( 72%) maternity wardes, in al other hospitals even later, in no one within first 30 minutes after delivery. There is a possibility of milk expression and collecting but there are no adequat devices. Prelactation feeding by ea or glucose solution had been practiced in allmost all meternity unites. The rooming-in was present in only 4 (22%) hospitals. The newborn had been fed according to a fixed time schedule in 13 and on demand in only 3 ( 16%) hospitals. The data mentioned above show that in Croatia so far (1992) we have not had breastfeeding organized in maternity hospitals as a concept following "1o steps to successful breastfeeding" which has existed since 1989 and could provide the implemantation of successful breastfeeding.
Keywords: breastfeeding, newborn, maternity hopital, "10 steps toward successful breastfeeding"

Title: Effect of maternally administered prnatal vitamin K1 on prothrombin times of healthy term newborn infants

Stanojević, Milan
Gjurić, Gorjana (119221)
Journal: Gynecol Perinatol
Number: 1
ISSN: 1330-0091
Volume: 3
Year: 1994
Pages: from 39 to 43
Number of references: 31
Language: hrvatski
Summary: Newborns from 397 randomly selected healthy pregnant women were analized, of whom 265 vitamin K1 was not administered prenatally and to 132 of them 10 mg of vitamin K1 was administered intramuscularly 1-240 hours before birth.Their newborn infants were randomised into tree groups. To the first group ( N=107), no vitamin K1 was given abfer birth, to group two (N=158) K vitamin 1 mg was given intramuscularly and to the third group (N=132), which mothers got K1 vitamin prenatally, K vitamin was not aministered postnatally. Newborn prothrombin times were measured first(PT1) and fifth(PT2) day of life and between 4-6 weeks. The results showed that prenatall administration of K1 vitamin shortens th prothorombin time of newborns in the first but not between the 4-6 weeks of life.
Keywords: newborn, haemorhagic disease of newborn, antenatal prophylaxis, K1 vitamin

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