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Idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis is a rare disorder that results in significant anemia and pulmonary compromise. The case of a patient with new onset of disease diagnosed during labor is presented, and after urgent cesarean delivery, both the neonate and the mother survived. The anesthetic...
We report 4 cases of ischemic brain and spinal cord injury after shoulder surgery in the beach chair position, using data from medical legal case reviews. We argue that the correlation between cardiovascular risk factors and cerebral ischemic complications for this type of surgery is poor in...
Acquired laryngotracheal stenosis is one of the serious complications of tracheal intubation. We report a case of unsuspected subglottic stenosis in a 5-year-old, who was scheduled for elective surgery and whose trachea had been intubated for 35 days in early infancy. Difficulties with airway...
Horner syndrome is considered a common finding after epidural analgesia or anesthesia in obstetric patients. Conversely, Horner syndrome is very uncommon in nonobstetric patients. We report 2 cases of Horner syndrome after attempted epidural lumbar anesthesia in 2 patients undergoing peripheral...
Study Objective The aim of this study was to compare the analgesic efficacy of premedication with rofecoxib vs intravenous (IV) ketorolac in reducing postoperative pain after arthroscopic knee surgery.
Study Objective Morbid obesity is associated with significant comorbidities. Desflurane has a low fat-blood solubility coefficient and may be better suited in this population to achieve a rapid emergence; however, sevoflurane has favorable cardiorespiratory properties that might also prove...
We report a case of intraoperative latex hypersensitivity to Penrose surgical drains (Ansell, Massillon, Ohio). To our knowledge, there has been no previous report of such a reaction with this device.
Study Objective To assess the effect of regional vs general anesthesia on transcranial cerebral oxygen saturation (rS o 2 ).
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