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Study Objective: To determine if intrathecal opioid decreases time to extubation after coronary artery bypass surgery without compromising postoperative analgesia. Design: Prospective randomized trial. Setting: Veterans Affairs Hospital. Patients: 21 ASA physical status III and IV men scheduled...
Perioperative management of the acute trauma patient requires constant surveillance for the unexpected. We describe a case of upper extremity compartment syndrome resulting from pressurized infusion of crystalloid through an intravenous catheter placed in the emergency ward. Early recognition,...
Study Objectives: To compare the flexor hallucis brevis, which is responsible for flexion of the great toe, to the adductor pollicis as a site for monitoring the onset and recovery from neuromuscular block after an intubating dose of mivacurium chloride. Design: Prospective patient-controlled...
Study Objective: To determine the cardiovascular and respiratory effects of arterial hypoxemia in adult volunteers. Design: Prospective, subject-controlled. Setting: University-affiliated hospital. Subjects: 16 awake, unsedated, unanesthetized adult volunteers. Interventions: Inspired oxygen...
Study Objectives: To test the hypothesis that continuous application of local anesthesia at the contact area between the endotracheal tube cuff and trachea would reduce both the incidence and severity of postoperative sore throat by blocking the tracheal pain receptors with local anesthetic...
Study Objective: To evaluate a range of doses of intravenous (IV) dolasetron mesilate, in preventing postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV). Design: Double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, multicenter trial. Setting: Ten hospitals and/or surgical centers. Patients: 281 women undergoing...
An obese man suffered cardiac arrest twenty minutes after receiving epidural anesthesia for incision and debridement of wound over the right leg. The patient's condition stabilized after emergent cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It was found that the patient had been self-administering an herbal...
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