PEPTIC EROSION OF THE CYSTIC ARTERY
- TERTIARY BLAST INJURY TO THE INTESTINES. Ignjatović, Dragan; Ćuk, Vladimir; Jevtić, Miodrag // Vojnosanitetski Pregled: Military Medical & Pharmaceutical Journ;Nov2005, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p857
Background. To present the first case of the tertiary blast injury to the intestine, and the tertiary blast injury in general. Case report. A parachutist of the Army of Serbia and Montenegro was injured when descended from the 1 200m height by parachute which did not expand. The force of stroke...
- Laparoscopic bowel injury in an animal model. El-Hakim, A.; Aldana, J. P. A.; Reddy, K.; Singhal, P.; Lee, B. R. // Surgical Endoscopy;Apr2005, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p484
Background: Unrecognized laparoscopic bowel injury has a delayed and covert presentation. Differences in monocyte migration and apoptosis between laparoscopic and open bowel injury were determined. Methods: For this study, 24 rabbits were divided into laparoscopic (n = 9) and open surgical (n =...
- Effects of crystalloids and colloids on liver and intestine microcirculation and function in cecal ligation and puncture induced septic rodents. Schick, Martin Alexander; Isbary, Jobst Tobias; Stueber, Tanja; Brugger, Juergen; Stumpner, Jan; Schlegel, Nicolas; Roewer, Norbert; Eichelbroenner, Otto; Wunder, Christian // BMC Gastroenterology;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p179
Background: Septic acute liver and intestinal failure is associated with a high mortality. We therefore investigated the influence of volume resuscitation with different crystalloid or colloid solutions on liver and intestine injury and microcirculation in septic rodents. Methods: Sepsis was...
- Abstracts. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;1/3/96, Vol. 275 Issue 1, p13
Presents an abstract of the article `Delayed Posttraumatic Hemorrhage: `Spat-Apoplexie',' by Jose Alvarez-Sabin et al, which appeared in a 1995 issue of `Stroke.'
- The opinion and experience of surgeons with laparoscopic bowel grasper haptics. der Putten, Eleonora P. Westebring-van; Berben1, Margriet C. J.; Goossens1, Richard H. M.; Jakimowicz, Jack J.; Dankelman, Jenny // Journal of Biomedical Science & Engineering;Apr2010, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p422
Background: In order to develop new and better laparoscopic bowel instruments, which reduces patient risks, the opinions and experience that surgeons have with current laparoscopic bowel grasper haptics is important. In this study we explored this by means of a questionnaire. Method: A total of...
- Early enteral nutrition after surgical treatment of gut perforations: A prospective randomised study. Malhorta, A.; Mathur, A.K.; Gupta, S. // Journal of Postgraduate Medicine;Apr-Jun2004, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p102
Background: Withholding enteral feeds after an elective gastrointestinal surgery is based on the hypothesis that this period of "nil by mouth" provides rest to the gut and promotes healing. Aims: To assess whether early postoperative naso-gastric tube feeding in the form of a balanced diet...
- Adult small bowel Dieulafoy lesion. Fox, A.; Ravi, K.; Leeder, P. C.; Britton, B. J.; Warren, B. F. // Postgraduate Medical Journal;Dec2001, Vol. 77 Issue 914, p783
A 47 year old woman presented with melaena and haemodynamic instability. Preliminary investigations failed to locate the source of bleeding. At laparotomy and arteriovenous malformation was identified in the distal ileum. Histology revelled this to be of the Dieulafoy type. This is the first...
- bleeding, occult. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p106
An encyclopedia entry for the term "occult bleeding" is presented. It refers to a kind of bleeding which is not seen by the naked eye and can be determined only through examinations. An example of this case is one which occurs within the intestine.
- HALT HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK. Petlin, Ann; Carolan, Jacqueline M. // RN;May82, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p36
Provides information on hypovolemic shock. Causes of hypovolemia; Loss of circulating fluid due to hypovolemia; Factors that hasten renal failure. INSETS: AUTOTRANSFUSION WITH ANTISHOCK TROUSERS;STEROIDS FOR SHOCK? IN THEORY ONLY.