MN Nastasi

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High incidence of postoperative arterial hypertension, confined to the first 24-48 hours and independent of the preoperative pressure situation, has been noted in patients following vascular surgery. The phenomenon is more frequent in patients whose angiosclerotic symptomatology goes back more than 2 years, and in those in whom preoperative investigation(More)
This study was designed to asses in a prospective survey the intra and post-operative adverse outcome of paediatric patients in Italy. The data was carried out in representative samples of anaesthetics performed in different Italian Institutions, which were chosen by the National Study Group for Paediatric Anaesthesia, and included: paediatric, general,(More)
Supravalvular aortic stenosis (SAS) is an unusual form of progressive left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) obstruction, frequently associated with others vascular and physical anomalies. Between July 1980 and July 1986 eight such patients have been operated upon. In seven patients patch aortoplasty (according to McGoon or Doty technique) relieved the(More)
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