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medication syncronization

Tülay Yarkin, Zuhal Karakurt, Yasemin Bölükbaşi, Ozlem Yazicioğlu Moçin, Hilal Altinöz, Nalan Adigüzel, Gökay Güngör
Based on our observations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients admitted to our respiratory intensive care unit due to acute respiratory failure suggesting a significant variation in weaning duration (WD), we conducted a retrospective cohort study in such patients. Fifty-nine patients successfully extubated following invasive mechanical ventilation were included. Syncronized intermittent mandatory ventilation plus pressure support ventilation was used as the weaning mode in mostly. Study population was divided into two groups...
2008: Tüberküloz Ve Toraks
J Borrego Hernando, E Maganto Pavón, R García González
OBJECTIVES: Herein we describe an additional case of bilateral multiple renal cell carcinoma, a rare condition outside the context of phacomatosis. METHODS/RESULTS: A 57-year-old man presented with asymptomatic hematuria. He had no other remarkable medical or urological history. Radiological evaluation disclosed multiple tumors in both kidneys that required bilateral nephrectomy. CONCLUSION: Multiple syncronous renal cell carcinoma has been described in Von Hippel Lindau disease or the polycystic conditions of chronic renal failure...
September 1996: Archivos Españoles de Urología
H L Wullstein
Closed tympanoplasty techniques greatly increase the risk of recurrent cholesteatoma. This is obvious as many surgeons using these methods insist on a necessary obligatory control operation as a "second look". In this paper cholesteatomata are classified according to their tendency to extend within the petrous pyramid and the subsequent danger of invading semicircular canals, cochlea or cranial fossae. The predisposition to this type of growth is present in the well defined "medial" type of epitympanic cholesteatoma, and more in the anteriorly than the posteriorly placed ones...
November 1977: HNO
B E Stabile, H J Hardy, E Passaro
Among 70 cases of perforated duodenal ulcers treated by plication, eight were complicated by massive postoperative hemorrhage from a syncronous posterior "kissing" duodenal ulcer. Critical analysis revealed that only signs of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding preoperatively had predictive value for postoperative hemorrhage. Twenty-four patients had one or more predictive signs, and eight actually bled postoperatively. There was a 50% mortality and 75% additional complication rate for the bleeders. In contrast, the nonbleeders had a mortality and a complication rate of only 18% and 35%, respectively...
October 1979: Archives of Surgery
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