Daily Archives: July 1, 2019

Evolution of the art and science of kidney transplantation in HIV positive patients

Evolution of the Art and Science of Kidney Transplantation in HIV

Once considered prohibitive, kidney transplantation in HIV (+) recipients is achieving outcomes similar to comparable recipients without HIV. These successes are possible because of incremental improvements in care that resulted from lessons learned from the last two

Early – life seizures: alarm bell for often severe clinical outcome

EEG during sleep showing Burst-suppression pattern in 3 months infant with Ohtahara syndrome.

Early life seizures (ELS) are a not uncommon clinical manifestations in infancy affecting from 1.8 to 3.5/1000 live birth. In infancy with rare exception of seizures typically benign  which include the Benign Familiar Neonatal Epilepsy (BFNE), Febrile