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Heitor Pons Leite

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Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP). Campus São Paulo. Escola Paulista de Medicina (EPM)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Graduate in Medicine from Universidade Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP (1978), master's in Paediatrics from Universidade Federal de São Paulo (1992) and PhD. in Paediatrics from Universidade Federal de São Paulo (1997). Has experience in Medicine, focusing on Paediatrics, acting on the following subjects: intensive care medicine and nutritional disturbances (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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8 / 6   Completed research grants

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Scientific publications resulting from Research Grants and Scholarships under the grantee's responsibility (3)

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DE OLIVEIRA IGLESIAS, SIMONE BRASIL; LEITE, HEITOR PONS; PAES, ANGELA TAVARES; DE OLIVEIRA, SUSYANE VIEIRA; SACCARDO SARNI, ROSELI OSELKA. Low plasma selenium concentrations in critically ill children: the interaction effect between inflammation and selenium deficiency. Critical Care, v. 18, n. 3, . Web of Science Citations: 21.

LEITE, HEITOR PONS; PEIXOTO DE LIMA, LUCIO FLAVIO; TADDEI, JOSE AUGUSTO DE A. C.; PAES, ANGELA TAVARES. Effect of blood thiamine concentrations on mortality: Influence of nutritional status. NUTRITION, v. 48, p. 105-110, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (05/01559-5)

LEITE, HEITOR PONS; KOCH NOGUEIRA, PAULO CESAR; DE OLIVEIRA IGLESIAS, SIMONE BRASIL; DE OLIVEIRA, SUSYANE VIEIRA; SACCARDO SARNI, ROSELI OSELKA. Increased plasma selenium is associated with better outcomes in children with systemic inflammation. NUTRITION, v. 31, n. 3, p. 485-490, . Web of Science Citations: 13.

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