Gil Wernovsky focuses on Anesthesia, Surgery, Great arteries, Cardiopulmonary bypass and Pediatrics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Cardiac surgery and Prospective cohort study in addition to Anesthesia. His Surgery research incorporates themes from Internal medicine, Heart disease and Cardiology.
His Great arteries research focuses on Transposition of the great vessels in particular. His Cardiopulmonary bypass research includes elements of Neuropsychological assessment, Neuropsychology, Randomized controlled trial, Hypothermia and Vascular disease. His Pediatrics study combines topics in areas such as Gestational age, Psychomotor learning, Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, Intelligence quotient and Cohort.
Gil Wernovsky mostly deals with Surgery, Internal medicine, Cardiology, Heart disease and Pediatrics. His Surgery research integrates issues from Fontan procedure, Anesthesia, Cardiopulmonary bypass and Great arteries. Gil Wernovsky combines subjects such as Hypothermia, Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest and Circulatory system with his study of Cardiopulmonary bypass.
His Great arteries research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coronary arteries, Angiography and Vascular disease. In his study, Cardiac output is inextricably linked to Cardiac surgery, which falls within the broad field of Heart disease. His Pediatrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Gestational age, Psychomotor learning, Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, Prospective cohort study and Cohort.
Gil Wernovsky mainly investigates Heart disease, Pediatrics, Cardiac surgery, Surgery and Cohort. His Pediatrics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Gestational age, Quality of life, Great arteries, Hypoplastic left heart syndrome and Child development. His research in Cardiac surgery intersects with topics in Sildenafil, Hemodynamics, Diastole and Heart rate.
His Surgery research incorporates elements of Young adult and Ambulatory care. His studies deal with areas such as Cardiopulmonary bypass, Cardiology, Prospective cohort study and Cognition as well as Cohort. His studies in Physical exercise integrate themes in fields like Fontan procedure and Anesthesia.
Gil Wernovsky spends much of his time researching Pediatrics, Fontan procedure, Heart disease, Sildenafil and Crossover study. Pediatrics and Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence are two areas of study in which Gil Wernovsky engages in interdisciplinary research. Gil Wernovsky interconnects Prospective cohort study and Hypoplastic left heart syndrome in the investigation of issues within Fontan procedure.
His work deals with themes such as Age stratification, Cross-sectional study, Psychosocial, Retrospective cohort study and End stage renal disease, which intersect with Heart disease. His Sildenafil study incorporates themes from Hemodynamics, Anesthesia, Diastole, Cardiac surgery and Heart rate. The various areas that he examines in his Child development study include NEPSY, Univariate analysis and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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Postoperative Course and Hemodynamic Profile After the Arterial Switch Operation in Neonates and Infants A Comparison of Low-Flow Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Circulatory Arrest
Gil Wernovsky;David Wypij;Richard A. Jonas;John E. Mayer.
Efficacy and Safety of Milrinone in Preventing Low Cardiac Output Syndrome in Infants and Children After Corrective Surgery for Congenital Heart Disease
Timothy M. Hoffman;Gil Wernovsky;Andrew M. Atz;Thomas J. Kulik.
Developmental and Neurologic Status of Children after Heart Surgery with Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest or Low-Flow Cardiopulmonary Bypass
D C Bellinger;R A Jonas;L A Rappaport;D Wypij.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1995)
A Comparison of the Perioperative Neurologic Effects of Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest versus Low-Flow Cardiopulmonary Bypass in Infant Heart Surgery
Jane W. Newburger;Richard A. Jonas;Gil Wernovsky;David Wypij.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1993)
Fontan operation in five hundred consecutive patients: Factors influencing early and late outcome ☆ ☆☆ ★ ★★ ♢ ♢♢ ♦
Thomas L. Gentles;John E. Mayer;Kimberlee Gauvreau;Jane W. Newburger.
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (1997)
Neurodevelopmental status at eight years in children with dextro-transposition of the great arteries: the Boston Circulatory Arrest Trial.
David C Bellinger;David C Bellinger;David Wypij;Adre J duPlessis;Adre J duPlessis;Leonard A Rappaport;Leonard A Rappaport.
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (2003)
Developmental and Neurological Status of Children at 4 Years of Age After Heart Surgery With Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest or Low-Flow Cardiopulmonary Bypass
David C. Bellinger;David Wypij;Karl C. K. Kuban;Leonard A. Rappaport.
Brain maturation is delayed in infants with complex congenital heart defects
Daniel J. Licht;David M. Shera;Robert R. Clancy;Gil Wernovsky.
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (2009)
An MRI study of neurological injury before and after congenital heart surgery.
William T. Mahle;Federica Tavani;Robert A. Zimmerman;Susan C. Nicolson.
Survival after reconstructive surgery for hypoplastic left heart syndrome: A 15-year experience from a single institution.
William T. Mahle;Thomas L. Spray;Gil Wernovsky;J. William Gaynor.
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