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Experience with alcohol block of the lumbar sympathetic trunk.
  • H. Rask
  • Medicine
  • Danish medical bulletin
  • 1 December 1960
Classification of chronic pain The IASP taxonomy system in two separate groups of patients
TLDR
Outpatient medical records were obtained on 44 patients who completed a month-long outpatient Pain Management Program modeled after Fordyce (1976), and there were no significant differences between the Experimental (Program) Group and the Comparison Group in the two years prior to referral. Expand
Gastrointestinal blood loss caused by controlled-release and conventional acetylsalicylic acid tablets.
TLDR
Acetard was found to cause statistically significantly less gastrointestinal blood loss as compared with the plain formulation, irrespective of whether Acetard is given twice or four times a day. Expand
N2O and urine methylmalonic acid in man.
TLDR
Findings indicate that the 2 vitamin B-12 dependent enzymes, methylmalonyl-CoA-mutase and methione synthetase, are depressed by nitrous oxide. Expand
Prehospital care of the burned patient.
For optimal treatment of burns an understanding of the pathophysiological changes occurring locally and systemically after injury is necessary. Accurate estimation of burn size and depth as well asExpand
Comparative bioavailability of a morphine suppository given rectally and in a colostomy
TLDR
It is concluded that administration of morphine suppositories in a colostomy cannot be recommended because of very great variation in the bioavailability after administration. Expand
Thermal homeostasis in trauma patients
Thermoregulatory mechanisms and controls are relatively recent from an evolutionary standpoint as animals have either recruited or modified other regulatory systems [1]. Consequently, bodyExpand
[Treatment of severe hypovolemia with hypertonic saline].
TLDR
HS-infusion has been shown to attenuate reperfusion injury and restore cell function in cells damaged during hypovolaemic shock, and improves regional and capillary perfusion. Expand
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