Twelve patients presenting to an accident and emergency department in asystolic cardiac arrest were randomly allocated to treatment with endotracheal adrenaline (five patients) or peripheral intravenous adrenaline (seven patients). Femoral-artery blood samples were taken for assay of adrenaline and noradrenaline. After intravenous adrenaline there was a… (More)
Compelling evidence suggests that Cold Atmospheric Pressure Plasma (CAPP) has potential as a new cancer therapy. However, knowledge about cellular signaling events and toxicity subsequent to plasma treatment is still poorly documented. The aim of this study was to focus on the interaction between 3 different types of plasma (He, He-O2, He-N2) and human… (More)
Many causes for metacarpophalangeal joint locking have been documented. However nearly all are from volar entrapment of periarticular structures. The following case, unlike those previously reported in the literature, was one with locking caused by dorsal entrapment. The differences in presentation and its importance to subsequent treatment are highlighted.