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Background Information

Employment History

Child Neurologist

Ste-Justine's Hospital


Pediatrician

Ste-Justine's Hospital


Pediatric Neurologist

Sainte Justine's Hospital


Pediatrician and Neurologist


Web References(12 Total References)


X-Pro Newsletter

www.xprolegal.com [cached]

Gilles Fortin, a pediatrician at Ste. Justine Hospital, had testified that shaken-baby symptoms are immediately apparent and that the shaking would have had to have happened minutes before Davidson's Info-Santé call.


canadaeast.com - DG Health - Life

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Dr. Gilles Fortin, a child neurologist at Ste-Justine's Hospital in Montreal, said early diagnosis is the key to preventing death or more serious damage."If the diagnosis is made in the first episode, you will prevent severe episodes and irreversible complications," he said.


The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome

www.dontshake.com [cached]

Gilles Fortin, MD, FRCP, Sainte Justine's Hospital, Montreal (Quebec)


CBC News: Doctor shares tips to prevent shaken baby syndrome

www.cbc.ca [cached]

"This gives permanent damage in half of survivors and it may kill," said Dr. Gilles Fortin, a pediatric neurologist at Montreal's Sainte-Justine Hospital.Fortin said exhausted caregivers should prepare to cope with a crying baby by: Putting the baby in a crib, closing the rails and going away. Breathing through your nose slowly. Returning to the child once you've calmed down. "It's much less dangerous for this baby to be alone in this crib then to be in your exhausted arms," said Fortin.


syndrome.bebe.secoue.sofmer.com

Dr Gilles Fortin, MD, FRCP(c)


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