F Ramaioli

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OBJECTIVES The mechanism of tourniquet pain is quite complex. This paper, supported by the previous literature on this topic, tries to explain why the anaesthetic blockade of a limb, even when thechnically successful, not always prevents the occurrence of this pain. DATA SOURCES Papers published between 1990 and 1995, listed on Index Medicus, with(More)
Human error (the act of judging true what is false and false what is true) has ever played and plays a significant role in the occurrence of incidents during anaesthesia. Purpose of the study. The Authors wanted to study how the different Authors analyzed the problem and to outline indications for preventive measures. Materials and methods. For this purpose(More)
BACKGROUND Sevoflurane is a good halogen agent for bariatric surgery anesthesia because of its physical and chemical characteristics and its repartition coefficient (blood/gas = 0.65). METHOD From November 1997 to April 1998, 98 bariatric surgery procedures with sevoflurane anesthesia were done: 17 lipectomies, 71 vertical gastroplasties, and 10(More)