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BACKGROUND Ketamine is an N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor antagonist that has been shown to be useful in the reduction of acute postoperative pain and analgesic consumption in a variety of surgical interventions with variable routes of administration. Little is known regarding its efficacy in opiate-dependent patients with a history of chronic pain. We… (More)
The ability to manage OLV effectively in patients with significant pulmonary disease is increasing. Knowledge of pulmonary ventilation and perfusion physiology, improvements in the ability to prevent and treat hypoxia, and a thorough grasp of traditional and novel ventilatory techniques may promote improved perioperative outcomes.
Financial Industry Studies is published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. The views expressed are those of the authors and should not be attributed to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas or the Federal Reserve System. Articles may be reprinted on the condition that the source is credited and a copy of the publication containing the reprinted article is… (More)
Skin necrosis associated with warfarin anticoagulation is a rare but serious complication. Few cases of warfarin-induced skin necrosis are found in the orthopaedic literature. We report a fatal case of warfarin-induced skin necrosis after total hip arthroplasty.
Methylene blue, a drug used to treat vasoplegia and methemoglobinemia, also inhibits monoamine oxidase-A. When given in combination with serotonergic medications, methylene blue can lead to serotonin excess syndrome. Given the widespread use of serotonergic medication to treat depression, anesthesia providers should be aware of this potentially lethal… (More)
This paper assesses the value of stock recommendations appearing in Barron's. Single-company recommendations from the Mutual Choice column, where selected mutual fund managers are asked to recommend their favorite stock, are analyzed along with the multiple-company selections appearing in periodic interviews with security analysts and portfolio managers.… (More)
Drug treatment of pulmonary hypertension may be limited by systemic hypotension. Selective action of a vasodilator drug in pulmonary arteries could be achieved by administering a vasodilator gas into systemic venous blood so that it dilates pulmonary arteries before immediate first-pass elimination via exhalation. This article presents in vivo data to show… (More)