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F E Fontao Rodríguez
Three women in labor for whom epidural analgesia was contraindicated--2 with sepsis (pylonephritis and chorioamnionitis) and 1 with sacral agenesia--were provided intravenous analgesia with propofol (0.4-1.2 mg/kg/h) and remifentanil (0.033-0.1 microgram/kg/min plus boluses of 20 micrograms controlled by the patient) with oxygen supplementation. Heart rate, noninvasive blood pressure, maternal oxygen saturation and fetal heart rate were monitored. Maternal satisfaction, quality of analgesia, maternal side effects (sedation, depression, breathing, muscle rigidity, nausea, and vomiting) and fetal side effects (heart rate variability and Apgar score) were evaluated...
October 2003: Revista Española de Anestesiología y Reanimación
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March 1962: Urologii︠a︡
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September 1964: Urologii︠a︡
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January 1964: Medicinski Glasnik
K H Barth, S W Brusilow, S L Kaufman, F T Ferry
Hypertension caused by 90% stenosis of a transplant renal artery was effectively treated by percutaneous transluminal angioplasty of the stenosed artery. Following dilation no pressure gradient existed across the stenosis. Hypertension had developed in a 10-year-old girl with caudal regression syndrome and recurrent pylonephritis five months following homograft transplantation for chronic renal failure. Since percutaneous transluminal angioplasty was performed, the blood pressure has remained within age-related normal limits...
May 1981: Pediatrics
M Collard, M Fievez, M Dossogne
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March 1968: Journal de Radiologie, D'électrologie, et de Médecine Nucléaire
D J Cook, H Takiff
1. The influence that a patient's original disease had on the outcome of kidney transplantation was small when recent transplants (1983 to present) were examined. A difference of only 5% was seen in one-year graft survivals of first cadaver donors. The average one-year survival was 70%; patients with pylonephritis having the best (75%) and SLE patients the worst (65%) survival rates among the major disease categories. 2. There was little difference observed in patient survivals or functional graft survivals in first cadaver transplants among patients with different original diseases...
1986: Clinical Transplants
M Moroni, G Privitera, A Lazzarin, V Celano, G Cavalli
The immunofluorescente technique detecting antibody-coated bacteria for diagnosis of site of UTI has been applied to 52 urine samples coming from : 11 patients with clinical diagnosis of pylonephritis, 21 infections of the lower urinary tract, 8 asymptomatic bacteriurias and 2 samples of urine obtained directly by pyelocentesis. The technique confirmed to be specific and sensible: strongly fluorescent germs were observed only in samples coming from pyelonephritis or urine from pyelocentesis. Repeatedly, from single samples were isolated more bacterial strains; only one of them was present in significant quantity...
June 1976: Quaderni Sclavo di Diagnostica Clinica e di Laboratorio
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