Jon Bhargava

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The levels of the lipid peroxidation product malondialdehyde (MDA) and the activity of transaminases and alkaline phosphatases were estimated in the sera of 25 thermally injured patients at various time intervals after injury. The level of MDA was increased during the early postburn period, whereas the activities of transaminases and alkaline phosphatase(More)
Sigmoido-rectal intussusception is the least common type of intussusception seen in infants and children and is therefore usually misdiagnosed as rectal prolapse. Delay in diagnosis and treatment is due to lack of its awareness amongst surgeons, incomplete assessment of the prolapsed bowel at the anal orifice, and absence of classical traid of(More)
Chronic occlusive arterial diseases form a single largest entity amongst the peripheral vascular diseases. Current operative methods available for improving circulation often elicit poor results and the patient has to undergo an amputation. The technique of pedicled omental transfer has given hope of saving such unsalvageable limbs. Although symptomatic and(More)
Fifty-four patients with civilian vascular injuries of the extremities caused by blunt trauma in 41 patients and by penetrating trauma in 13 patients were evaluated. Twenty-nine patients (53.7%) had associated fractures/dislocations and 19 sustained concomitant venous injuries. Twenty-nine patients (53.7%) came with a lagging period of more than 12 hours.(More)
  • Abboud, H Floden, +114 authors Ra Breathprints
  • 2016
Impact of mild cognitive impairment on outcome following deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson's disease. Single-injection thoracic paravertebral block and postoperative analgesia after mastectomy: a retrospective cohort study. Reply: Conventional risk factors and cardiovascular outcomes of patients with inflammatory bowel disease with confirmed(More)
Concentrations of serum calcium and inorganic phosphate and serum alkaline phosphatase activity have been determined in 75 males over the age of 60 years and 40 young adult controls. Serum calcium and inorganic phosphate levels were significantly lower in the elderly group. Serum calcium-inorganic phosphate product was below 30 in 36% of the aged(More)