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Ultrasonography guided rectus sheath catheters versus epidural analgesia for open colorectal cancer surgery in a single centre.
- A. Godden, M. Marshall, A. Grice, I. Daniels
- Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of…
- 1 November 2013
INTRODUCTION Epidural anaesthesia (EA) has been the accepted standard for postoperative analgesia in open abdominal surgery. However, it is not without significant risk. This study aimed to audit the… Expand
Analysis of lumbar lordosis in an asymptomatic population of young adults
Abstract The lateral lumbar x-ray films of 60 asymptomatic adults ranging in age from 18 to 30 years were analyzed with respect to 19 end-plate angles and the vertebral body heights. The mean,… Expand
The four quadrant weight scale: a technical and procedural review.
A discussion is presented of the four-quadrant weight scale; a postural analysis unit developed by the chiropractic profession to evaluate weight-bearing in the sagittal and frontal body planes. This… Expand
Reduced length of stay with rectus sheath analgesia compared to epidural in patients undergoing open colorectal cancer surgery
The present use of guinea pigs for chiropractic research
Abstract The necessity for an animal model in chiropractic research is considered and a short review of previous experimentation of manipulation on animals is presented. The guinea pig is proposed… Expand
Early Results Using Transversus Abdominus Plane (TAP) And Posterior Rectus Sheath (PRS) Block In Colorectal Surgery