H. Pesendorfer

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The comparison of two groups of patients with different anastomosis techniques (346 large bowel resections) demonstrates a lower degree of complications and mortality rates with the single layer anastomosis. These observations were proven in dogs. The double layer sutures had a prolonged healing process, a delayed revascularisation, intramural abscess(More)
31 samples of human milk (Vienna and Lower Austria) were examined for the presence of organochlorine pesticide and polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) compound residues using standard methods. In Viennese samples, mean concentrations of these residues in the milk fat were as follows: HCB 1.24 ppm, gamma-HCH 0.048 ppm, beta-HCH 0.20 ppm, DDE 3.38 ppm, DDT 1.06(More)
The lipid metabolism of 30 women was examined during the labour. A general mobilisation of fat metabolism was found in nearly all lipid fractions. As sign of an increased lipolysis a considerable activation of the free glycerin was demonstrated. Probably the free glycerin, together with the free fatty acids and the triglycerides, is necessary to cover the(More)
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