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    • Cardiac Angiogenic Imbalance Leads to Peripartum Cardiomyopathy 

      Patten, Ian S.; Farrell, Caitlin; Tudorache, Igor; Bauersachs, Johann; Hilfiker-Kleiner, Denise; Rana, Sarosh; Shahul, Sajid Saleem; Rowe, Glenn C; Jang, Cholsoon; Liu, Laura; Hacker, Michele Renee; Rhee, Julie S; Mitchell, John D.; Mahmood, Feroze-Ud-Den; Hess, Philip E.; Koulisis, Nicole; Khankin, Eliyahu; Burke, Suzanne Diana; Del Monte, Federica; Karumanchi, Subbian Ananth; Arany, Zoltan Pierre (Nature Publishing Group, 2012)
      Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is an often fatal disease that affects pregnant women who are near delivery, and it occurs more frequently in women with pre-eclampsia and/or multiple gestation. The aetiology of PPCM, and ...
    • Postoperative Pain Management in DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction: Identification of Patients With Poor Pain Control 

      Bar-Meir, Eran D.; Yueh, Janet H.; Hess, Philip E.; Hartmann, Christoph E. A.; Maia, Munique; Tobias, Adam M.; Lee, Bernard Travis (Open Science, 2010)
      Objective: Adequate control of postoperative pain directly improves patient satisfaction and outcomes, and timely identification of patients with poorly controlled pain is essential. Pain management protocols are best ...
    • Stretch Activates Human Myometrium via ERK, Caldesmon and Focal Adhesion Signaling 

      Li, Yunping; Reznichenko, Maya; Tribe, Rachel M.; Hess, Philip E.; Taggart, Michael; Kim, HakRim; DeGnore, Jon P.; Gangopadhyay, Samudra; Morgan, Kathleen G. (Public Library of Science, 2009)
      An incomplete understanding of the molecular mechanisms responsible for myometrial activation from the quiescent pregnant state to the active contractile state during labor has hindered the development of effective therapies ...