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Finnie, Nicola - - 2010
Gordon, Mary - - 2010
Barr, Lynne - - 2010
Use of a tourniquet for performing surgery in order to create a bloodless surgical field and reduce blood loss has been in use for many years. Tourniquets may fail perioperatively for various reasons, leading to ongoing bleeding. An important cause of tourniquet failure is calcification of the underlying artery. A ...
Rogers, Benedict - - 2010
Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) is a serious postoperative complication of low-molecular-weight heparin (LWMH) prescribed following surgery and recent evidence based guidelines recommend routine platelet count monitoring for all at-risk patients. With the implementation of these guidelines this clinical study demonstrated a significant improvement (2--56% p<0.05) in HIT diagnosis in postoperative patients ...
McMain, Lorraine - - 2010
Recovery room practitioners lay the corner stone for postoperative recuperation in patients undergoing surgical procedures. This article highlights how some aspects of the role, such as pain assessment, commencement of the prescribed analgesic regimen and pain control can be very challenging, for a variety of reasons. The aim, therefore, is ...
Malik, Atif - - 2010
Ellis, Harold - - 2010
I can well remember as a house surgeon in 1948 how amazed we were that surgeons could pass a finger through the wall of the beating heart and split a stenosed mitral valve or even dilate a narrowed pulmonary valve. In those far-off days, mitral stenosis as a late result ...
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Roman, Christine - - 2010
Geruschat, Duane - - 2010
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