Elham Beheshtian

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Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a progressive disease. In recent years, phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors such as sildenafil have been used to treat this disease in children. Recently, tadalafil has been used in adults with similar efficacy but it has been used less often in children. This experimental study was carried out in 18 known patients(More)
BACKGROUND Etomidate and Propofol are common anesthetic agents. Previous studies say that Etomidate can be used in patients with limited hemodynamic reserve and Propofol can lead to more hemodynamic instabilities. This study was performed to explore the cardiovascular response during the induction of anesthesia with Etomidate or for comparison, Propofol in(More)
Background. Poisoning with tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) is still a major concern for emergency physicians and intensivists. Concomitant ingestion of other psychoactive drugs especially benzodiazepines with TCAs may make this clinical situation more complex. This study aimed to compare the arterial blood gas (ABG) values and the outcome of treatment in(More)
Introduction. This study was conducted to evaluate and document the frequency and causes of agitation, the symptoms accompanying this condition in intoxications, relationship between agitation score on admission and different variables, and the outcome of therapy in a tertiary care referral poisoning center in Iran. Methods. In this prospective(More)
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