Alan Martyn

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BACKGROUND Perioperative hypotension and bradycardia in the surgical patient are associated with adverse outcomes, including stroke. We developed and evaluated a new preoperative risk model in predicting intraoperative hypotension or bradycardia in patients undergoing elective noncardiac surgery. METHODS Prospective data were collected in 193 patients(More)
AIMS Unexplained macrocytic anemia was common in our hemodialysis (HD) unit. Vitamin B12 requirements may be higher in HD patients; therefore, patients may be deficient despite "normal" serum levels. We studied vitamin B12 status and the effect of parenteral vitamin B12 administration in macrocytic HD patients. A normocytic group was included for(More)
The experience with treatment of 214 patients suffering from diabetic angiopathy complicated by purulent-necrotic tissue lesion, which included intraarterial administration of antibiotics, insulin, novocaine, vasodilators, antiaggregants, anticoagulants, vitamins, is summarized. In soft tissue necrosis, gangrene of the toes, or foot, the necrotized tissues(More)
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