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Serbülent Gökhan Beyaz, Hande Özocak, Tolga Ergönenç, Ali Fuat Erdem, Onur Palabıyık
Thoracic paravertebral block (TPVB) can be performed with or without general anaesthesia for various surgical procedures. TPVB is a popular anaesthetic technique due to its low side effect profile and high analgesic potency. We used 20 mL of 0.5% levobupivacaine for a single injection of unilateral TPVB at the T7 level with neurostimulator in a 63 year old patient with co-morbid disease who underwent cholecystectomy. Following the application patient lost consciousness, and was intubated. Haemodynamic instability was normalised with rapid volume replacement and vasopressors...
February 2014: Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation
Mattia Filanti, Chiara Carubbi, Nicolandrea Del Piccolo, Nicola Rani, Alessandro Mazzotta, Dante Dallari
AIM: The purpose of the study was to present our arthroscopic surgical technique and the results in patient with pain after a hip replacement. METHODS: Between November 2009 and September 2011, 35 patients with groin pain after total hip arthroplasty (THA) were treated arthroscopically. The patients underwent a preoperative examination consisting in careful history, physical examination, laboratory evaluation, diagnostic evaluation using x-rays and pelvis CT scans...
May 14, 2016: Hip International: the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Research on Hip Pathology and Therapy
Marco Jacopetti, Andrea Pasquini, Cosimo Costantino
BackgroundThe anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture accounting for about 50% of all knee ligament injuries. The rehabilitation program requires a long time to rebuild muscle strength and to reestablish joint mobility and neuromuscular control. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the muscle strength recovery in athletes with ACL reconstruction. MethodsWe enrolled soccer atlethes, with isolated anterior cruciate ligament rupture treated with bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft artroscopic reconstruction...
2016: Acta Bio-medica: Atenei Parmensis
Juan M García Manso, Teresa Valverde, Luis Arrones, Manuel Navarro-Valdivielso, Estélio H Martin Dantas, Marzo E Da Silva-Grigoletto
BACKGROUND: The aim of this paper was to analyze how the rest between interval repetitions in intra-set training (at maximal isometric loads) could affect the ability to repeat maximal contractions in subjects with different levels of performance and different experience in strength development work. METHODS: Twenty subjects were divided randomly into two different groups depending on their sport characteristics: ten subjects were trained in strength development work (Group Strenght--23...
March 2016: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
A Virág, C K Karóczi, Á Jakab, Z Vass, É Kovács, T Gondos
AIM: The aim of this study was to investigate the short-term and long-term effects of a moderate intensity nordic walking program, and the feasibility of this exercise form among Hungarian community-living older adults. METHODS: Forty one community-living older adults aged over 60 years (mean 67.5, SD 4.8 years) participated in a nordic walking program consisting of a 10-week supervised period and a 25-week unsupervised period. The age and gender matched control group did not receive any types of exercise programs...
November 2015: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
R Bevoni, A Angelini, G D'Apote, L Berti, I Fusaro, S Ellis, R Schuh, M Girolami
BACKGROUND: The best treatment for acute rupture of the Achilles tendon is still under debate. Our purpose was to evaluate surgical triple-bundle technique in selected patients with full subcutaneous rupture of Achilles tendon. METHODS: Sixty-six consecutive patients (56 men, 10 women; age range 20-61 years) with full unilateral rupture of the Achilles tendon were surgically treated by the triple-bundle technique. Seventy-four percent of the lesions occurred during sport activity...
August 2014: Injury
Livia Dézsi, Olof Danielsson, István Gáti, Edina Tímea Varga, László Vécsei
Inclusion body myositis is the most common disabling inflammatory myopathy in the elderly. It is more frequent in men and after the age of 50 years. Inflammatory and degenerative features coexist. There is a T-cell mediated autoimmunity driven by in situ clonally expanded cytotoxic CD8-positive T-cells invading non-necrotic muscle fibres expressing MHC-I antigen. The hallmarks of degeneration are the deposition of protein aggregates and the formation of vesicles. The course of the disease is slow and the diagnosis is usually set after several years...
March 30, 2013: Ideggyógyászati Szemle
G J Lewis, P P Purslow
Systematic variations in the tensile strenght of cooked beef M. semitendinosus across the muscle fibre direction due to the cross-sectional size of specimens are demonstrated in specimens from (a) longitudinal and (b) transverse slices. The strength perpendicular to the fibre direction of longitudinal slices of thickness 0·25-5·75 mm varied by a factor of 2, thicker slices being stronger. This factor of 2 is in approximate agreement with the difference in strength of transverse versus longitudinal slices across the fibre direction...
1990: Meat Science
Onat Uzümcügil, Ahmet Doğan, Merter Yalçinkaya, Erhan Mumcuoğlu, Yavuz Kabukçuoğlu
OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of the central (transpatellar tendon) portal technique for the treatment of isolated medial bucket-handle type meniscal tears with the arthroscopic menisectomy procedure. PATIENTS AND METHODS: In this study, fifty patients with isolated medial bucket-handle type meniscal tears were evaluated. They were divided into two groups with 25 patients in each group. In the first group, the three portal (including central portal) technique was used and in the second group, the two portal technique was used...
April 2010: Eklem Hastalıkları Ve Cerrahisi, Joint Diseases & related Surgery
G Merolla, F Campi, P Paladini, G Porcellini
Pectoralis major rupture is a very uncommon injury first time described by Patissier in 1822. Tears are classified on the type (partial and complete) or on the site (tendinous, myotendinous junction, intramuscular). Ruptures are reported in young high-performance athletes as results of eccentric contractions of the musculotendinous unit. The most probable mechanism in elderly patients is a brisk tearing movement applied to stiff atrophic muscle. Injuries generally involve the sternal portion; the localization to the clavicular portion is rare and can be misdiagnosed as muscle sprain...
January 2009: Il Giornale di Chirurgia
M Buonocore, L Demartini, C Bonezzi
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is frequently used for relief of chronic benign pain resistant to conservative therapies. Clinical practice suggests, at least in patients with failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), the possibility that SCS significantly improves motor performances. We present here the case of a 41-years-old female patient with FBSS, who showed a clear improvement in muscle strength after SCS, persisting at 6-months follow-up. We speculate that the electrical stimulation of posterior columns could potentiate the caudal, segmental spinal reflexes resulting in a facilitation of motoneurons activation...
December 2004: Europa Medicophysica
G Y F Ng, H L Chan
STUDY DESIGN: Within-subject repeated-measures study. OBJECTIVES: To examine the immediate effects of counterforce forearm brace on isokinetic strenght stretch reflex, passive stretching pain threshold of the wrist extensors, and proprioception of the wrist in subjects with lateral humeral epicondylosis for different strap tensions of a forearm brace. BACKGROUND: Counterforce forearm bracing has been used for treating lateral humeral epicondylosis, but the effect of brace tension has not been well reported...
February 2004: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
K H Kroemer, E M Gienapp
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October 1970: Journal of Applied Physiology
J Ziegenmeyer, F Meyer
Local anesthesia of the intact skin is difficult because of the skin barrier to epicutaneous penetration. Using solutions of local anesthetics in organic agents, which have the ability of penetrating the skin without causing irreversible damage and enhancing the percutaneous absorption of all materials dissolved therein, topical anesthesia seems to be attainable. A satisfactory method for determining pain threshold in uninjured skin of animals has been set up. Measurments of the pricking pain threshold have been made by exposing the skin of guinea-pigs to defined mechanical and electrical stimuli...
November 1976: Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Thérapie
E W Johnson, M A Alexander, W C Koenig
Our experience with 32 infants seen with Erb's palsy, of whom 11 were followed as long as 18 years, suggests two management axioms. First, it is probably harmful to the infant to use airplane splints. Seocnd, passive stretching of the tight scapulohumeral adductors and passive normal range of motion exercises to shoulder and elbow will usually give a successful outcome in this obstetrical complication. Finally, even though the shoulder muscles regain their strenght, the "Erb engram" may remain as a mark of Erb's palsy...
April 1977: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
M Madroszkiewicz
The author describes a method of levator strength measurement with the oculomyodynamometer with which he measured a maximum strength of the levator muscle in adults of 58 G. The levators were much weaker in congenital ptosis. In three such cases the levators had strengths of only 9 G, 5 G and 5 G. In cases of acquired ptosis the reduced strength of the levators was on an average about half normal. This method allows 1. better diagnosis with levator paresis, 2. a control of its behaviour during the clinical course, 3...
May 1978: Klinische Monatsblätter Für Augenheilkunde
B R Bratton, D G Kline, W Coleman, A R Hudson
Twenty-nine adult rhesus monkeys underwent complete laceration of both tibial nerves at mid-thigh level and repair by different methods to study the relative efficacy of autogenous interfascicular nerve grafts. Sixteen animals in Group I had an interfascicular graft repair using short sural nerve autografts on one limb and fascicular repair without grafts on the other limb. Thirteen animals in Group II, after having a 1-cm segment of tibial nerve resected, had an interfascicular graft repair without tension in one limb and an epineurial repair under moderate tension in the other limb...
September 1979: Journal of Neurosurgery
G Matthews
The trade-off between current strength and duration of a stimulating pulse was studied for the rewarding and priming effects of brain stimulation reward (BSR). With cathodal pulses, strenght-duration functions for BSR had chronaxies of .8-3 msec. No differences were observed between the results for rewarding and priming effects. With anodal pulses. strength-duration curves were parallel to the cathodal curves at pulse durations of .1-5 msec, but at pulse durations greater than 5 msec the anodal curves showed a greater drop in required current intensity than did the cathodal curves...
August 1977: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology
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