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(Hiccups singultus )
1,233 results
  • Pacemaker lead endocarditis with hiccups (Kalayci). [Journal Article]
  • CJCaspian J Intern Med 2018; 9(3):299-302
  • Kalaycı B, Karabag T, … Akgun T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with signs of infection who underwent pacemaker implantation may present with atypical symptoms such as hiccup. In these cases, imaging, particularly echocardiography, should be performed as soon as possible and the localization of the pacemaker leads and signs of infective endocarditis should be investigated.
  • Ultrasound-guided phrenic nerve block for intraoperative persistent hiccups: a case report. [Journal Article]
  • BABMC Anesthesiol 2018 Sep 05; 18(1):123
  • Zhang Y, Duan F, Ma W
  • CONCLUSIONS: During intraoperative continuous hiccups, ultrasound guided phrenic nerve block may be a suitable treatment option when physical methods and drug therapy are not effective. However, given the absence of a vital risk related to hiccups, this block should imply the complete absence of any respiratory contraindication and a prolonged postoperative respiratory monitoring.
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