B. Limberk

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Background. Experience with Intraoperative monitoring using neurophysiological and haemodynamic indices in 500 operations for carotid endarterectomy is reported. Methods. Transcranial Doppler technique (TCD), electroencephalogram (EEG) and bilateral median somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) were performed. Latency and amplitude of SEP, spectral analysis(More)
The authors draw attention to the possible development of heterotopic ossifications in patients treated at resuscitation departments on account of prolonged loss of consciousness and in orthopaedic and traumatological departments after operations of the locomotor apparatus. They reflect on the aetiology, pathogenesis of this unpleasant complication. In the(More)
The most frequent cause of death of patients with multiple injuries are infectious complications developing on the basis of secondary posttraumatic immunodeficiency syndrome. The authors submit their experience with monitoring of some immunological parameters of these patients and with the use of immunomodulation therapy with transfer factor--a leucocyte(More)
In the circulation of patients with severe haemorrhagic conditions in rare instances an anticoagulant of heparin nature can be detected, the exact origin of which has not been elucidated so far. These patients can be treated by protamine sulphate. The authors present their own observations in two women where the circulating anticoagulant of heparin nature(More)
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