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Imaging in paediatric intensive care 

Imaging in paediatric intensive care
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Imaging in paediatric intensive care
Author(s):

Peter Barry

, Kevin Morris

, and Tariq Ali

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199233274.003.19
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date: 22 September 2018

Standard radiography 332

Computed tomography 334

Ultrasound 338

Echocardiography 341

Magnetic resonance imaging 343

Further reading 344

Radiological imaging has a major role in patient assessment in PICU, as clinical examination may be limited by patient position, noise from ventilators, alarms, or the environment, and the presence of wounds, drains, or dressings....

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