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A real case reported to the SENSAR database of incidents is presented. In a patient scheduled for nose fracture repair surgery an unexpected atrial fibrillation was found when monitored in the operating room. The operation was not delayed. After induction of general anaesthesia heart rate suddenly increased and hemodinamic situation was impaired. Cardioversion was required. Two electric countershocks were given but sinus rhythm was not restored. Heart rate was controlled with amiodarone infusion. Optimal defibrillation characteristics are described in these cases...
May 2014: Revista Española de Anestesiología y Reanimación
Juan Sebastian Danobeitia, Jamie M Sperger, Matthew S Hanson, Elisa E Park, Peter J Chlebeck, Drew A Roenneburg, Mallory L Sears, Jolien X Connor, Alice Schwarznau, Luis A Fernandez
BACKGROUND: Donor brain death (BD) triggers a systemic inflammatory response that reduces organ quality and increases immunogenicity of the graft. We characterized the early innate immune response induced by BD in the liver and peripheral blood of hemodinamically stable non-human primates (NHP). METHODS: Rhesus macaques were assigned to either brain death or control group. BD was induced by inflation of a subdurally placed catheter and confirmed clinically and by cerebral angiography...
August 2012: Journal of Surgical Research
Fabio Belluzzi, Anna Ciocca, Lucia Grosso Di Palma, Mattia Cattaneo, Caterina Conti, Fabio Magrini
UNLABELLED: Inferior acute myocardial infarction (IAMI) is often associated with right ventricle involvement (RVAMI). Echocardiogram (Echo) shows the ischemic involvement of the right ventricle with an initial dilatation (RVD) and segmental cinetic abnormalities (RVSCS). During RVAMI the normal convexity of the interatrial septum (IAS) toward right atrium is inverted (IASI). 53 patients with IAMI were studied with ECG, echo and hemodinamic monitoring by a Swan-Ganz catheter. Echo was early performed and patients were subdivided into three groups: 1...
November 2011: Recenti Progressi in Medicina
B M Majstorović, R B Radulović, D A Kastratović, V B Djukić, N P Popović, S Stosić-Divljak, M M Gajić
Hemodynamic effect of different techniques and type of anesthesia are defined. The volume of reduced hemorrhage in surgical field is debatable, without any definite conclusion. The objective of the study is to investigate the effects of local infiltrative anesthesia with adrenaline during general balanced anesthesia and nitroglicerol on blood presure and hemorrhage reduction in middle ear operations. Prospective, randomized study included 58 adult patients planned for the otorhinolaryngological surgery. Studied group of patient (n 30) planned for middle ear operations...
2008: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
P Impellizzeri, A Cutrupi, M R Chirico, A Spada, A Manganaro, B Zuccarello
OBJECTIVE: The spleen is the most frequently involved organ in abdominal blunt traumas. In the last decade the treatment has changed from an exclusive surgical approach to a conservative approach. We report our experience in the last twenty years. METHODS: Between 1983-2003, 54 patients with blunt abdominal traumas and isolated injury have been treated. The age at the time of diagnosis was 3 to 16 years (mean, 6.5). The diagnosis was made clinically and with imaging techniques (radiographic assessment, scintigraphy, US, CT)...
January 2007: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
Gaetano Serviddio, Nicola Di Venosa, Antonio Federici, Donato D'Agostino, Tiziana Rollo, Filomena Prigigallo, Emanuele Altomare, Tommaso Fiore, Gianluigi Vendemiale
Several recent works have shown that a brief ischemia applied during the onset of reperfusion (postconditioning) is cardioprotective in different animal models and that the early minutes of reperfusion are critical to its cardioprotection. This effect has been related to prevention of oxidative stress, but mechanisms have not been clearly demonstrated. The present study tested the hypothesis that mitochondria play a central role in peroxide production and oxidative stress during reperfusion and are responsible for the protective effect of postconditioning...
March 2005: FASEB Journal: Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
C M Arroyave, F Puente Ledezma, G Montiel Amoroso, A C Martínez García
We report a 36 years old patient with Sjogren's syndrome, who during her second pregnancy, the product developed a miocardiopathy with complete heart block that was diagnosed in utero at 26 weeks of pregnancy. Simultaneously, laboratory data reported a SS-A/Ro titer of 1:50,000 with positive antiphospholipids antibodies. Patient was subjected three times to plasmapheresis with three blood volume exchange each time. During the procedures, we had monitor the product and no hemodinamic changes were observed. Unfortunately, 25 days later the patient reported absence of fetal movement and by ecosonography and Doppler was not observed fetal movement or cardiac function...
March 1995: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
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