Morphine-ephedrine interaction on analgesia was studied in mice (n = 240) and in post-operative patients (n = 32). It was found that combining morphine and ephedrine enhances analgesia which is not significantly different from the effect of morphine given alone at double dose.
Tetanus is an acute, severe infection caused by a neurotoxin secreting bacterium. Various prognostic factors affecting mortality in tetanus patients have been described in the literature. In this study, we aimed to analyze the factors affecting mortality in hospitalized tetanus patients in a large case series. This retrospective multicenter study pooled… (More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to investigate the hot milk burns among the pediatric patients and to compare our experiences with similar studies in the literature. METHODS A 14-year retrospective study was conducted on 159 pediatric patients with hot milk burn who hospitalized at the Burn Unit of Erciyes University Medical Faculty. RESULTS There… (More)