F. Kocaman

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Cardiogenic shock is a leading cause of death in patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI). In a patient with AMI and left ventricular failure, development of lactic acidosis prognosticates a poor outcome. Elevation of lactate level occurs when oxygen delivery to the nutrient capillaries falls below a critical value to maintain cellular aerobic(More)
Postoperative arterial blood pressures were monitored in 43 patients who had undergone bilateral neck dissection during a 6-week period at Ankara Numune Hospital's IInd Otorhinolaryngology Department. During the first operations, all cases received carotid sinus denervation, whereas no denervation was done for the opposite side dissections held 6 weeks(More)
The most important complications from tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy are bleeding, stridor, and laryngospasm. This controlled, double-blind study was designed to investigate the effects of topical and intravenous lidocaine on stridor and laryngospasm. A total of 134 patients scheduled for elective tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy were randomly separated(More)
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