Christy G. Mumphrey
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
Internal medicineEndocrinologyOmicsPediatricsPrenatal careIntensive care unitNeonatal intensive care unitMEDLINEHypoplastic left heart syndromeFetal hydantoin syndromeCHARGE syndromeHypoplastic left heartBoot campResident trainingCurriculumNeonatologyMedical emergencyBioinformaticsTeratologyGenetic variationMedicineMissense mutation
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#1Peter Joslyn (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)
#2Hannah R. Meddaugh (Boston Children's Hospital)H-Index: 3
Last. Regina M. Zambrano (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)H-Index: 2
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#1Jeffrey W. SurcoufH-Index: 3
#2Christy G. Mumphrey (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)H-Index: 2
Last. Dana Rivera (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)H-Index: 2
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Introduction: Resident training has changed significantly in recent years, resulting in reduced experiences and practice. Because pediatric residents have fewer required intensive care unit (ICU) rotations, we introduced a neonatal ICU (NICU) boot camp (2014-2015) that continues today to prepare residents immediately prior to beginning an NICU rotation. Methods: The NICU boot camp consists of three 1-hour sessions: two interactive lectures with case-based application and one hands-on, integrativ...
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#1Christy G. Mumphrey (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)H-Index: 2
#2Brian BarkemeyerH-Index: 5
Last. Regina M. ZambranoH-Index: 3
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We report a patient with fetal hydantoin syndrome and hypoplastic left heart. Only three other cases with this association have been described. This case also highlights the importance genetic variation plays in the phenotypic variability of teratogens and the importance of good prenatal care to minimize risk of teratogenesis.
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#2Christy G. Mumphrey (LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans)H-Index: 2
Geographic circumstances: We were in Hurricane Katrina in 2005 but not in the flood zone; we are currently training in Children's Hospital of New Orleans, which was evacuated after the levees broke. About the authors: Luke Wall — I grew up in Springfield, Louisiana, about 50 miles outside of New Orleans. My family has been in south Louisiana for generations and has always made a living from agriculture and commercial fishing. I attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and then Louisian...
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