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Does resident involvement effect surgical times and complication rates during laparoscopic appendectomy for uncomplicated appendicitis? An analysis of 16,849 cases from the ACS-NSQIP.
Hemoperfusion for methotrexate removal
- T. Gibson, S. Reich, F. Krumlovsky, P. Ivanovich, C. Gonczy
- Medicine, BiologyClinical pharmacology and therapeutics
- 1 March 1978
Amberlite XAD‐4 transiently reduces plasma methotrexate concentration in a patient with metastatic breast carcinoma and in vitro and uncoated charcoal hemoperfusion is more effective than Xad‐4 in removing methotreysate, while as a consequence of the multicompartmental pharmacokinetics of metHotrexate a postperfusion rebound in plasma meethotrexates concentration is to be expected.
True benefit or selection bias: an analysis of laparoscopic versus open splenectomy from the ACS-NSQIP
After adjusting for available confounders, patients who underwent LS had lower morbidity and similar mortality rates and the data suggest that patient outcomes after LS are excellent and when technically possible a minimally invasive technique should be the preferred approach for splenectomy.
In vivo kinetics of magnetically targeted low-dose doxorubicin.
- A. Senyei, S. Reich, C. Gonczy, K. Widder
- Biology, ChemistryJournal of pharmaceutical sciences
- 1 April 1981
Magnetic targeting of particulate drug carriers to localized disease sites is suggested as an efficient method of obtaining high local drug concentrations and may reduce many unwanted side effects from unrestricted systemic circulation.
Trace‐Level Determination of Cs+ Using Membrane‐Based Ion‐Selective Electrodes
A membrane-based ion-selective electrode (ISE) has been developed for the trace-level determination of Cs þ in aqueous samples. A systematic evaluation of several ionophores was performed, examining…
Potentiometric Response Characteristics of Membrane-Based Cs+-Selective Electrodes Containing Ionophore-Functionalized Polymeric Microspheres
Cs+-selective solvent polymeric membrane-based ion-selective electrodes (ISEs) were developed by doping ethylene glycol-functionalized cross-linked polystyrene microspheres (P-EG) into a plasticized…
Cs+ -selective membrane electrodes based on ethylene glycol-functionalized polymeric microspheres.
Volume, specialty background, practice pattern, and outcomes in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: an analysis of the national inpatient sample
Gastroenterologists demonstrate favorable gross outcomes compared to surgeons performing ERCP, and this type of analysis may help inform discussions on optimal training and proficiency paradigms, including maintenance of proficiency, for therapeutic endoscopic procedures.
Su1564 Thromboembolic Events After Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band: Identification of High-Risk Factors
Endoscopic and laparoscopic evaluation of foregut neoplasia