Alona Shulika

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Within the recent 7 years in the clinic 400 operations of trunk vagotomy with drainage of the stomach were performed for complicated ulcers of the duodenum, 110 of them - in perforating ulcer. The postoperative mortality was 1.8%. The immediate and late results were studied within the terms from 6 months to 6 years. Good results were obtained in 79.9%,(More)
On the grounds of an analysis of 577 observations over postoperative longlasting peridural anesthesia its favorable effect upon the gastrointestinal function and upon the prevention of postoperative pulmonary complications has been shown. The importance of an individual approach to the indications of peridural anesthesia in the postoperative period is(More)
Patients with perforating "silent" ulcers and patients with continuous ulcer histories must be subjected to similar surgical treatment. In most cases it may be truncal vagotomy with draining operation on the stomach. Operation of suturing the perforating ulcer is thought to be expedient in patients with acute ulcers (they make up not more than 25%), with(More)
Most ocean acidification (OA) experimental systems rely on pH as an indirect way to control CO2. However, accurate pH measurements are difficult to obtain and shifts in temperature and/or salinity alter the relationship between pH and pCO2. Here we describe a system in which the target pCO2 is controlled via direct analysis of pCO2 in seawater. This direct(More)
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