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Criticaly ill

S Jeretin
The article is survaing sone of the latest developement in anaesthesiology. Dilemmas are pointed out in the filed of toxicity of anaestetics and use of scavenging devices. In intravenous anaesthesia ketamine microdrip and new analgesics have widened the scope and the anaesthetist today can chose from a biger pool of i.v. anaesthetic to pick the one best suitable for bis patient. The care for the patient does not only invoive the care for the time the patient is inder anaesthesia but is aimed at a much higher level...
1980: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
T Dao, D Mathieu, N Vasile
Fistula between aortic graft and gastrointestinal tract is a rare and potentialy fatal complication of aortic graft surgery. This entity should be considered when criticaly ill and infected patients are encountered with on CT, entrance of contrast medium from an aortic graft in adjacent intestine.
August 1988: Journal de Radiologie
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