Tissue necrosis caused by extravasated propofol

Tokumine, Joho; Sugahara, Kazuhiro; Tomori, Takehiko; Nagasawa, Yoshitaka; Takaesu, Yutaka; Hokama, Akira
November 2002
Journal of Anesthesia;2002, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p358
Academic Journal
Case Study
Presents a case study which dealt with an undernourished man with a history of alcohol abuse who underwent an emergency operation for panperitonitis due to perforation of a gastric ulcer. Medical history of the patient; Results of treatment to patient; Characteristics of lesion that developed in the skin and muscle of the forearm.


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