M S Tuszewski

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Thirty-two patients, 28 women and 4 men aged from 17 to 57 years were treated surgically for obesity. Their body weight ranged from 90 to 184 kg, with an excess weight from 42% to 180%. In 6 cases the Salmon operation and in 26 the Payne-de Wind operation were performed. Two patients died. In the remaining cases the postoperative course was uneventful and(More)
This paper submits strength tests on Dexon and Maxon resorbable sutures at the knot and without a knot, the breaking resulting from hydrolysis. The tests were performed on rats, by comparing Maxon monofilament suture with Dexon woven suture. The dissections were done 3, 7, 21 and 42 days after the implantation. What we found out was a remarkably slower(More)
Tramadol hydrochloride was administered to: a) 90 patients who underwent various abdominal surgery (group A) immediately after operation; b) 50 patients with inoperable tumors of pharynx, stomach, pancreas, liver and biliary tract and colon (group B); c) 32 patients in surgical out-patient clinic (group C). Excellent and favourable results (group A - 87.8%;(More)
The results of jejunoileostomy performed on 130 extremely obese patients in 1972-1982 are presented. The mean preoperative body weight was 130.9 kg. The postoperative observation period was 2-10 years and in 85 cases it was more than 5 years. The Salmon-Scott technique of jejunoileostomy was used in 6 cases and the Payne-De Wind method in 124. Overweight(More)
In 40 obese patients, the liver function and the morphological picture were examined before and after jejuno-ileostomy. In 94% of the patients, distinct fatty liver was observed already before the small bowel exclusion, and the function tests showed an impaired function of this organ in 25% of the subjects before the operation. No clinical symptoms of liver(More)