Jasjit Singh Multani

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The supply of oxygen is limited in certain intra abdominal conditions due to direct vascular invasion or inflammatory process, resulting in high lactate levels. Aim of this study was to find the predictive value of lactate levels in the peritoneal fluid (PF) and blood of patients with acute abdomen. The study comprised of fifty patients with acute abdominal(More)
INTRODUCTION There is no quantitative method for monitoring hydrocephalus. We propose a method whereby computer image analysis combined with computed tomographic (CT) scanning can achieve this in a clinical subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) setting. METHODS Twenty patients with SAH underwent formal clamp trials and evaluation for shunting and were selected(More)
BACKGROUND There is no facile quantitative method for monitoring hydrocephalus (HCP). We propose quantitative computed tomography (CT) ventriculography (qCTV) as a novel computer vision tool for empirically assessing HCP in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). METHODS Twenty patients with SAH who were evaluated for ventriculoperitoneal shunt (VPS)(More)
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