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(Anestezjol Intens Ter[TA])
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  • [Effects of parenteral lipid emulsions on immune system response]. [Review]
  • AIAnestezjol Intens Ter 2011 Oct-Dec; 43(4):248-55
  • Jędrzejczak-Czechowicz M, Kowalski ML
  • Lipid solutions used in parenteral nutrition (PN) are generally well tolerated. Recent studies reporting their effects on the immune system indicate that various compositions can modulate the immune ...
  • [Thromboelastography]. [Review]
  • AIAnestezjol Intens Ter 2011 Oct-Dec; 43(4):244-7
  • Woźniak D, Adamik B
  • Coagulopathies of various origins have been mentioned among the leading causes of morbidity in hospitals all over the world. Time-consuming coagulation assays delay the diagnosis and response to a dy...
  • [Tricuspidal valve rupture after blunt chest trauma]. [Case Reports]
  • AIAnestezjol Intens Ter 2011 Oct-Dec; 43(4):239-43
  • Dąbrowski W, Nestorowicz A, … Jurko C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Acute tricuspid valve insufficiency, albeit rare, may occur in patients with blunt chest trauma. Sedation and lack of physical activity may delay the definite diagnosis, especially when only transthoracic echocardiography is used. Cardiac arrhythmias, diastolic murmur, or signs of congestive cardiac failure in a chest trauma patient may all suggest some structural damage; therefore, transoesophageal echocardiography should be performed as early as possible in such situations.
  • [Pain treatment in the emergency department: what do patients think?]. [Journal Article]
  • AIAnestezjol Intens Ter 2011 Oct-Dec; 43(4):234-8
  • Kosiński S, Siudut B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the frequency and intensity of pain, analgesics were rarely offered in the emergency department. A surprisingly high level of satisfaction was reported, despite suboptimal pain management. This indicates either that non-pharmacologic methods of pain treatment play an important role, or that the severity of pain is overestimated by patients.
  • [Does the time of admission to ITU affect mortality?]. [Journal Article]
  • AIAnestezjol Intens Ter 2011 Oct-Dec; 43(4):230-3
  • Wujtewicz MA, Suszyńska-Mosiewicz A, … Wujtewicz M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Time of admission has not been identified as a single independent factor of ITU mortality, but admissions at night and during weekends were associated with higher mortality, probably because of emergency conditions.
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