Nouvelles publications - Last publications

P. Hüppi, C. Borradori, R. Ha-Vinh Leuchter: ongoing clinical study : Building the path to resilience in preterm infants

Published in the National Geographic magazine, January 2019: Twelve innovations that will revolutionize the future of medecine

Laure F. Pittet, Charlotte M. Verolet, Valérie A. McLin, Barbara E. Wildhaber, Maria Rodriguez, Pascal Cherpillod, Laurent Kaiser, Claire-Anne Siegrist, Klara M. Posfay-Barbe

Published in the American journal of Transplantation 2018DOI: 10.1111/ajt.15101

Stéphanie Garcia-Tarodo, Alexandre N. Datta, Gian P. Ramelli, Fabienne Maréchal-Rouiller, Christian G. Bien, Christian M. Korff

Published in the European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 22 (2018) 396-403

P Klee, C Bussien, M Castellsague, C Combescure, M Dirlewanger, C Girardin, JL Mando, L Perrenoud, C Salomon, F Schneider, VM Schwitzgebel

Published in DIABETES TECHNOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS, Vol 20, N°12, 2018 - Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., DOI: 10.1089/dia.2018.0255

Goldschmidt I, Karch A, Mikolajczyk R, Mutschler F, Junge N, Pfister ED, Möhring T, d'Antiga L, McKiernan P, Kelly D, Debray D, McLin V, Pawlowska J, Hierro L, Daemen K, Keil J, Falk C, Baumann U

Published in BMC Gastroenterol. 2018 May 16;18(1):63. doi: 10.1186/s12876-018-0795-x

L. Lordier, S. Loukas, F. Grouiller, A. Vollenweider, L. Vasung, D.E. Meskaldij, F. Lejeune, M.P. Pittet, C. Borradori, P. Hüppi
Published in Neuroimage.

P. Eigenmann, A. Mazon, A. Nieto, D. Haddad, H. Brough, J.C. Caubet

Published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. Volume 5, Issue 2, March–April 2017, Pages 296-300

G. Blanchard Rohner, O. Chatzis, C.A. Siegrist, Klara M. Posfay-Barbe

Johan N. Siebert, Lutz Hamann, Charlotte M. Verolet, Cécile Gameiro, Stephane Grillet, Claire-Anne Siegrist, Klara M. Posfay-Barbe

Published in Frontiers in Immunology, section Microbial Immunology.

This publication relates to a research project undertaken by the Paediatric Clinical Research Plateform:

  • Time-To-Positivity of blood cultures in children with sepsis

Alexa Dierig, Christoph Berger, Philipp K. A. Agyeman, Sara Bernhard-Stirnemann,  Eric Giannoni,  Martin Stocker,  Klara M. Posfay-Barbe, Anita Niederer-Loher,  Christian R. Kahlert, Alex Donas, Paul Hasters, Christa Relly,  Thomas Riedel,  Christoph Aebi,  Luregn J. Schlapbach, Ulrich Heininger and the Swiss Pediatric Sepsis Study

Blood cultures are essential for the diagnosis and further appropriate treatment in children with suspected sepsis. In most hospitals, children will be empirically treated or closely monitored for at least 48 h awaiting results of blood cultures. Several studies have challenged the optimal duration of empiric treatment in the era of continuously monitored blood culture systems. The aim of our study was to investigate time-to-positivity (TTP) of blood cultures in children with proven sepsis.