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Arteriovenous fistula formation after central venous catheterisation.

Michael Omar, William Kogler, Christopher Izzo, Lisa Jones,

BMJ Case Rep (BMJ case reports)
[2019, 12(7):]

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Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) sepsis complicated by warm autoimmune haemolytic anaemia secondary to antimicrobial therapy.

Jorge Verdecia, Jarelys Hernandez, Christopher Izzo, Elisa Sottile, Carmen Isache,

A 61-year-old Caucasian woman presented to the emergency room complaining of left-sided chest pain and altered mentation for 3 days. Her medical history included liver cirrhosis and coronary artery disease. On admission, she was found to have methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteraemia. Due to a decline in mental status, a lumbar ... Read more >>

BMJ Case Rep (BMJ case reports)
[2019, 12(8):]

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Long-term patterns in estuarine fish growth across two climatically divergent regions.

Zoë A Doubleday, Christopher Izzo, James A Haddy, Jeremy M Lyle, Qifeng Ye, Bronwyn M Gillanders,

Long-term ecological datasets are vital for investigating how species respond to changes in their environment, yet there is a critical lack of such datasets from aquatic systems. We developed otolith growth 'chronologies' to reconstruct the growth history of a temperate estuarine fish species, black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri). Chronologies represented two ... Read more >>

Oecologia (Oecologia)
[2015, 179(4):1079-1090]

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Partial migration: growth varies between resident and migratory fish.

Bronwyn M Gillanders, Christopher Izzo, Zoë A Doubleday, Qifeng Ye,

Partial migration occurs in many taxa and ecosystems and may confer survival benefits. Here, we use otolith chemistry data to determine whether fish from a large estuarine system were resident or migratory, and then examine whether contingents display differences in modelled growth based on changes in width of otolith growth ... Read more >>

Biol. Lett. (Biology letters)
[2015, 11(3):]

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Strontium randomly substituting for calcium in fish otolith aragonite.

Zoë A Doubleday, Hugh H Harris, Christopher Izzo, Bronwyn M Gillanders,

The chemistry of fish ear bones (otoliths) is used to address fundamental questions in fish ecology and fisheries science. It is assumed that strontium (Sr), the most important element used in otolith chemistry research, is bound within the aragonitic calcium carbonate lattice of otoliths via random chemical replacement of calcium; ... Read more >>

Anal. Chem. (Analytical chemistry)
[2014, 86(1):865-869]

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