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Airway management of patients with facial trauma is challenging. This case report presents an unusual cause of partial airway obstruction by nasal packing saturated with blood clots. We stress on the importance of careful examination of the airway before instrumentation and of being aware that...
Study Objective The aim of the study was to compare the antiemetic efficacy and costs associated with 3 different anesthesia regimens used in gynecologic laparoscopy.
Avian flu, influenza A subtype H5N1, is an emergent and virulent disease that poses a threat to the health and safety of the world community. Avian flu is 1 of more than 25 influenza A viruses that reside primarily in birds but also infect humans and other mammals. Avian flu is responsible for...
Study Objective Abdominal aortic aneurysmectomy (AAAectomy) results in a general ischemia-reperfusion syndrome accompanied by an acute rise in pulmonary artery pressure (PAP). We examined whether ulinastatin, a urinary trypsin inhibitor, prevents ischemia-reperfusion injury and increase in PAP...
Möbius syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by unilateral or bilateral facial paralysis and defective extraocular eye movements secondary to congenital paresis of the facial (VII) and abducens (VI) cranial nerves. Associated dysfunction of other cranial nerves, orofacial abnormalities, and...
Study Objective The aim of the study was to determine the duration and effects of aspirin on platelet function.
Laparoscopy is the process of inspecting the abdominal cavity through an endoscope. Carbon dioxide is most universally used to insufflate the abdominal cavity to facilitate the view. However, several pathophysiological changes occur after carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum and extremes of patient...
Study Objective The purpose of this study is to assess the independent effect of epidural chloroprocaine on morphine used for pain relief after cesarean delivery.
Study Objective Because fentanyl has ventilatory depressing effects, alternative methods for analgesia may be beneficial for management of bariatric surgery. We evaluated whether dexmedetomidine infusion could replace fentanyl for facilitation of open gastric bypass surgery.
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