Chundury Rao

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Three neonates with lung abscess unresponsive to antibiotic therapy underwent successful resection of infected lobes with the aid of one-lung anesthesia. This was accomplished by selective endobronchial intubation of the opposite lung and obstruction of the ipsilateral main bronchus with a Fogarty balloon-tipped catheter. This valuable technique provides(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become an increasingly popular non-invasive radiological diagnostic procedure, with several distinct advantages over computerised tomography (CT). The images are produced using a strong (1.5-Tesla) magnetic field and radiofrequency (RF) pulses. Due to the effects of the strong magnetic field, certain groups of patients(More)
Thiopental and pentobarbital have been used in high doses to protect the brain from injury following hypoxia or to reduce intracranial pressure. This study was performed to determine whether these barbiturates differ in cardiovascular effects when present in plasma concentrations that produce equivalent CNS effects. The effects of thiopental and(More)