Levent Hasegeli

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BACKGROUND We examined the safety of the routine use of epidural anesthesia by an experienced anesthetic team in a select group of obstetric and gynecologic patients. METHODS All anesthetic records and an obstetric department database from 1993 to 2006 were retrospectively reviewed (n = 35,628 cases). Success rate, major complication rates, and mortality(More)
Forty-five patients who were to undergo elective urological operations were evaluated. In the pre-operative period and on the third or fourth post-operative day audiometry was performed. Epidural anaesthesia was performed in 15 cases, spinal anaesthesia was performed in 15 cases with 25 G needles, and in 15 cases with 22 G needles. No statistically(More)
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