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Effect of Blasting on the Fatigue Life of Ti-6Al-7Nb and Stainless Steel AISI 316 LVM
Abstract Among metallic biomaterials, titanium, its alloys and stainless steel AISI 316 LVM are of high importance and are widely used as surgical implants. Since these implants are designed to
Long-term Follow-up of Hand Function after Digit Replantation
A long-term follow-up study of 26 patients with 28 replanted digits was performed with respect to circulatory, sensory, and motor function, and good sensory recovery was observed in the territories supplied by 30 of the 36 repaired digital nerves.
AgNORs in cardiomyocytes from surgical patients with coronary heart disease.
The AgNOR count in cardiomyocytes is a very sensitive test for the measurement of cardiac function in surgical patients with chronic ischaemic heart disease and could be useful for monitoring myocardial status during the course of surgery, including cardioplegia.
[Comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of epidural anesthesia with spontaneous respiration and general anesthesia in aorto-femoral bifurcation shunt].
The results obtained allow to think EA with spontaneous respiration to be the method of choice in operations on the abdominal aorta in patients with a severe concomitant pathology.
The efficacy of cell therapy in the treatment of patients with trophic venous ulcers of the lower limbs.
It has been demonstrated that cell therapy applying fibroblasts, strain 11 00/14, noticeably upgrades the treatment efficacy in patients with trophic ulcers of the lower limbs and excels the modern wound dressings as regards the efficacy.
[Vascular prosthesis made of polyester threads for microsurgery].
The possibility of arterial and venous prostheses having a 1-2 mm diameter with synthetic substitutional textile products creates new possibilities for the further development of the microvascular surgery.
[Suppurative complications after prosthesis of the abdominal aorta and main arteries].
A system of measures for prevention of infectious complications has been elaborated, consisting of strict observation of the asepsis rules, an improvement of the technic of surgical intervention, lessening of the duration of surgery and blood loss.
[Long-term results of emergency microsurgery operations in severe injuries and amputations of large segments of the upper limbs].
Blood circulation, innervation and functions of distal parts of upper arms in 114 patients operated upon for traumatic abjunction and severe injuries of large segments and the degree of the extremity reinnervation was dependent on the level of the nerve injury.