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F Floccari, A Granata, R Rivera, F Marrocco, A Santoboni, M Malaguti, S Andrulli, L Di Lullo
TAPSE measurement during echocardiography is a well known measure of right heart systo-diastolic function. Low TAPSE means reduced cranio-caudal excursion of tricuspidal annulus, sign of both reduced ejection fraction and reduced distensibility of right ventricle. It is a good prognostic index for cardiac mortality risk in CHF patients, adding significant prognostic information to NYHA stadiation. Nephrologists do not always fully aware of right ventricular function in their patients affected by chronic renal failure (CRF), even if this datum is probably crucial in vascular access policy...
December 2012: Journal of Ultrasound
A Costa, W Takahashi, T Genzini, E T Yamashita, F E Pessanha, L E Ianhez, R A Oliveira, M Perosa
In pancreas and kidney transplantations, the donor duodenum and pancreas are frequently anastomosed to the jejunum to allow exocrine drainage by creation of a Roux-en-Y jejunal loop. In this situation, those organs are relatively inaccessible using standard endoscopes. We present a case of the use of single-balloon enteroscopy in the treatment of cronic pancreatitis in the donor pancreas.
October 2012: Transplantation Proceedings
Andreea-Cristina Costea, D O Costea, Cristiana David, C N Grasa
By establishing the renal supleetion procedure, the patients with cronic renal failure also have an acceleration of arterial hypertension. The management of this situation calls for the understanding of the generating mechanisms (hipervolemia by the reduction of natriuresis and hiperreninemia) and the adaptation of the therapeutical approach for every patient. It imposes an individualized dialization prescription taking into account the residual renal function and an antihypertension treatment, in which the role of the conversion enzyme inhibitors is intensely debated...
January 2010: Revista Medico-chirurgicală̆ a Societă̆ţ̜ii de Medici ş̧i Naturaliş̧ti Din Iaş̧i
Alfredo Aguilera Bazán, Manuel Pérez Utrilla, Angel Alonso, Enrique Jaureguizar Monereo, Luis Hidalgo Togores, Javier de la Peña Barthel
UNLABELLED: Laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy is a rare operation in our country because the complexity of the technique and the expansion of the cadaveric donor. We present our open and laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy from 1984. MATERIAL AND METHODS: From 1984 to 2007 we have done 84 live donor nephrectomies; 64 open, 20 laparoscopic surgeries. The transperitoneal approach is preferred in laparoscopy and lumbotomy for the open surgery. RESULTS: In the open technique the operating time is 112 min (70-155), ischaemia time 20 seconds (15-47) and postoperative hospital stay 4,8 days (3-9)...
January 2009: Actas Urologicas Españolas
R Luque Mialdea, R Martín-Crespo, E Hernández, O Sánchez, A Cañizo, A Fernández, C Aparicio, T Blanco, J Cebrían
THE AIM: To assess the effectiveness and safety of the treatment with oral anticholinergic agents (Oxybutin clorure) in patients under 1 year old, and who aree carriers of high risk bladder secondary to neurological illness as well as no neurological one. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Since 1989, we have indicated treatment with anticholinergic agents to 16 patients: 9 patients had neurogenic bladder secondary to: myelomeningocele (n=7) and sacrocoxigeal teratoma (n=2)...
January 2005: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
V Vázquez, M D Morales, C Serrano, M Reus, S Llorente, J García
PURPOSE: Its described three cases of Corynebacterium urealyticum (CU) infection in patients with renal transplantation and one of its most serious consequences: encrusted pyelitis and cystitis. It is explained the principal keys for its diagnosis, based in the appearance of alkaline pH in in urine analysis (alkaline urine), positives urinary cultures for CU, and the CT and US studies revealed the characteristic images of calcifications in the wall of renal pelvis and bladder. PATIENTS: Three male patients with renal transplantation and CU infection that caused encrusted pyelitis in two of the cases and encrusted cystitis in one case...
2004: Nefrología: Publicación Oficial de la Sociedad Española Nefrologia
P Pérez Sanz, B Pozo Mengual, R Marcén Letosa, J Pascual Santos, F J Burgos Revilla
Percutaneous nephrostomy has been one of most used palliative method of urinary diversion to treat cronic renal failure in neoplasic patients. Psychological and social factors meke this measure to be rejected by some patients even sin situations where this is the only action that would make their survival longer. The utilization of ureteral stents provides benefits to a certain percentage of patients, not being possible its usage in all the occassions. Urinary subcutaneous diversion can be a simple and well tolerated alternative for the patient...
April 2004: Actas Urologicas Españolas
M J García Cortés, M Ceballos
UNLABELLED: Hypertension is a common and difficult clinic problem in patients undergoing cronical hemodialysis and exerts a deleterious effect on mordibidy and mortality in end stage renal disease. Identification of potentially reversible factors associated with hypertension would be rational fist step in designing and effective therapeutic strategy. Our study aimed to document the prevalence of hypertension in hemodialysis patients in Andalucia and identify and characterise the demographic, epidemiological, clinical factors and dialysis regimens associated with hypertension...
2004: Nefrología: Publicación Oficial de la Sociedad Española Nefrologia
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November 1963: American Journal of Roentgenology, Radium Therapy, and Nuclear Medicine
M Di Gregorio, C Giudice, G Gueglio, F Daels, J C Tejerizo, O Damia, J Schiappapietra
OBJECT: Evaluate the incidence of ureterovesical stenosis in the renal transplant and its outcomes in the evolution of the allograft. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Seventy three renal transplants were made between August 1988 and December 1995 in Italian Hospital in Buenos Aires. The mean follow up period was 35 months. The incidence of ureterovesical stenosis and its outcomes in the renal allograft were evaluated. Seven cases of ureterovesical stenosis were found. Clinic diagnosis was made in all cases (decreased filtration, diuresis rythm diminished, pain over the implant) confirmed with ecography that showed hydronefrosis and pielography percutaneous anterograde to check the cause of obstruction...
February 1999: Actas Urologicas Españolas
P Zaramella, E Polli, P A Battistella, F Freato, F Zacchello
The purpose of our study was the evaluation of the effects of a film on the anxiety and memory of cronically ill adolescents (n. 25) versus healthy adolescents (n. 25). The chronic illness was: renal failure, renal transplantation (6 months before), scoliosis and Crohn's disease. The S.T.A.I.-Y test was administered before and after the film to evaluate the state-anxiety before and after the vision, only the trait-anxiety was evaluated before. The state and trait-anxiety was not abnormal, although the state anxiety was increased in the hospitalized adolescents before the vision (mean S...
January 1998: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
W Sontag, R Wirth, A Luz, E Schäffer, V Volf
Female Sprague-Dawley rats, 10-12-week old and weighing about 240 g, were injected intravenously with 237Np-nitrate. In the toxicological study 77 rats served as controls and 28 rats per group received single doses of 5.2 and 26 kBq, respectively, per kg body weight. In addition, 12 rats of each injection level, sacrificed at defined points in time, were used for dosimetric studies. During the whole life-span the body weight and 237Np whole body-content of each animal were recorded. After death a detailed pathological examination was made of each animal in the cronical study...
February 1997: Human & Experimental Toxicology
P F Martini, A Modica, G Piancino
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April 27, 1968: La Presse Médicale
B I Liubimov, V A Markin, V S Mitrofanov, R P Porfir'eva, P A Sharov
Tests were set up on rats, guinea pigs and dogs to look into the cronic toxicity of nonachlazine, an effective antianginal agent, used for a space of 6 months in doses of 10 and 35 mg/kg, by far superior to the ones effectively employed clinically. The results of hematological, morphological and biochemical investigations bear evidence to a low toxicity of nonachlozine, which gives good reason to presume the drug to be safe for the use in medical practice.
May 1977: Farmakologiia i Toksikologiia
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