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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Masoumeh Dorri Giv, Karim Ghazikhanlou Sani, Majid Alizadeh, Ali Valinejadi, and Hesamedin Askari Majdabadi

laparoscopy surgery (internal injuries), cardiac surgery (TVR), and undescended testicle (UDT) was 61, 62, and 63 dB, respectively. Discussion Both patients and hospital staff benefit from quiet environment. In a quiet environment

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cardiac surgery team was consulted in the acute phase; however, they refused the surgery, despite the ongoing embolization due to high surgical risk. The neurological status of the patient was progressed to left hemiparesis and partial visual loss (right

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–924. 14 Doering, L. V., McGuire, A. W., Rourke, D.: Recovering from cardiac surgery: what patients want you to know. Am. J. Crit. Care, 2002, 11 (4), 333–343. 15

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Marcello Andrea Tipaldi, Gianluigi Orgera, Miltiadis E. Krokidis, Florindo Laurino, Fabio Capuano, and Michele Rossi

Introduction The pseudoaneurysm of the ascending aorta (PSAA) is high-risk complication that approximately occurs after 0.5% of cardiac surgery operations [ 1 ]. The likelihood of a pseudoaneurysm formation is higher when

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–610. Fistera, D., Steveling, H., Koch, A., et al.: Cardiac surgery in underlying chronic pulmonary disease. Prognostic implications and efficient preoperative evaluation. Herz, 2014, 39 (1), 45–52. Zhu, Y. B., Xu, J. P

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experience. Echocardiography, 2013, 30 (1), 9–16. 42 Tamborini, G., Muratori, M., Brusoni, D., et al.: Is right ventricular systolic function reduced after cardiac

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clearance in cardiac surgery. Acta Anaesthesiol. Scand., 2011, 55 , 196–202. Blomquist S. Evaluation of cystatin C with iohexol clearance in cardiac surgery

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Narayan, P., Rahaman, N., Molnar, T. F., et al.: Chylothorax following cardiac surgery caused by unusual lymphatic anatomy. Asian Cardiovasc. Thorac. Ann., 2007, 15 (5), e58–e59. 4

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Boitor, M., Martorella, G., Arbour, C., et al.: Evaluation of the preliminary effectiveness of hand massage therapy on postoperative pain of adults in the intensive care unit after cardiac surgery: a pilot

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Physiology International
Authors: A Zlibut, IC Bocsan, RM Pop, SC Vesa, K Bheecarry, R Revnic, B Cojan-Minzat, S Lupu, AD Buzoianu, and L Agoston-Coldea

and CRP were higher in patients with MetS, suggesting that respiratory illness rather than subclinical inflammation may be responsible for reduced physical activity. In another study performed in patients with cardiac surgeries, PTX-3 as inflammatory

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