Jolanta Kubis

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Infection remains a serious complication after surgical produces. The main risk factors for developing infection are: 1. endogenous-host related, 2. exogenous-produce related, 4. environmental-related ones. Systemic antibiotic prophylaxis significantly reduces the incidence of potentially serious infective complications. It is indicated in procedures with(More)
The efficacy of oxibendazole given at dose level of 10 mg/kg of body weight was determined by 10 critical tests in foals and by 2 clinical trials in 20 foals (16 treated, 4 nontreated), with special interest in the drug activity against Parascaris equorum. The drug was uniformly efficacious (100%) against P equorum in the 10 critical-test foals, each having(More)
The authors discuss the history of treatment of popliteal aneurysm, causes of its development and its surgical treatment. They recommend surgery of an asymptomatic aneurysm with a diameter greater than 2 cm because of possible development of thrombosis with subsequent embolization into the periphery and development of gangrene of the extremity which may end(More)
BACKGROUND Leukocytes in transfused blood components, particularly residual lymphocytes, have been shown to contribute to the occurrence of various adverse reactions. One of the most severe is transfusionassociated graft versus host disease (TA-GvHD) following transfusion of blood components contaminated with immunocompetent T lymphocytes. Irradiation is a(More)