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furosemide and manitol

Branko Petrović, Vladimir Kostić, Nadezda Sternić, Jovo Kolar, Nebojsa Tasić
INTRODUCTION: Reversible Posterior Leukoencephalopathy Syndrome was introduced into clinical practice in 1996 in order to describe unique syndrome, clinically expressed during hypertensive and uremic encephalopathy, eclampsia and during immunosuppressive therapy [1]. First clinical investigations showed that leucoencephalopathy is major characteristic of the syndrome, but further investigations showed no significant destruction in white cerebral tissue [2, 3, 4]. In majority of cases changes are localise in posterior irrigation area of the brain and in the most severe cases anterior region is also involved...
November 2003: Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo
G Vasić, M Plazinĕić, V Zivanović, D Ignjatović
The authors present a 51-year-old patient with a severe case of gas-producing phlegmone following incision of a perianal abscess. Early diagnosis and extensive surgical excision during the first 12 hours from the onset of symptoms are crucial. Treatment of sepsis complicated by multiple organ failure: lung insufficiency (respiratory distress requiring mechanical ventilation), kidney insufficiency (requiring rehydration, furosemid, manitol), circulation (blood derivatives, saline, colloid solutions, cardio tonics, anti-arrhythmic drugs) and liver must be aggressive...
2002: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
M J Hanley, K Davidson
Tubular transport abnormalities have recently been characterized in a rabbit model of ischemic acute renal failure (ARF). These studies demonstrated severe observable morphologic and functional changes in the proximal nephron together with functional changes in the distal nephron. Tubular debris was often produced by perfusion of proximal nephron segments. In the present study, agents used to prevent ARF were tested in this rabbit model of ARF. Rabbits were infused with either 5% body wt 5% manitol or 20 micrograms ...
November 1981: American Journal of Physiology
M Wajngarten, F B Jatene, I B Bosisio, L G Azul, F J Pileggi, A D Jatene
A 87 years old patient, with independent life style, presented unstable angina in spite of medication. Cineangiocoronariography demonstrated severe triarterial lesions, with good distal segments and preserved left ventricular contractility. Three saphenous vein grafts were performed. Some clinical measures were employed: a) manitol, furosemide and Ringer solution were infused two hours before and during surgery; the infusion was maintaned during the two postoperative days; b) limited use of nephrotoxic agents; c) adequate doses of medication; d) red cells infusion in spite of higher hematocrit levels than those present in younger patients; e) early start of respiratory physiotherapy and deambulation...
September 1989: Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia
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