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In a series of 15 anaesthesias lasting more than 8 hours, the authors completely replaced morphine-like drugs with the use of electric currents; the method used was that recommended by Professor Cara and his team. The low toxicity of this technique, alertness on waking and degree of post-operative analgesia are stressed; the possibility of mobilisation of(More)
In an open randomised comparative study, the efficacy of perioperative treatment with pivmecillinam (from the evening before the operation to the day after removal of the catheter) in urinary tract endoscopic surgery complicated by a serious uronephrological history was evaluated in 27 subjects versus a control group of 25 subjects. 80% of patients in this(More)