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in cooperation with SIAARTI Studying Group on Difficult Airway* *A. ACCORSI, E. ADRARIO, F. AGRÒ, G. AMICUCCI, M. ANTONELLI, F. AZZERI, S. BARONCINI, G. BETTELLI, F. BIOLCATI, C. CAFAGGI, D. CATTANO, E. CHINELLI, T. COLLAVO, U. CORBANESE, R. CORSO, G. DELLA ROCCA, A. DI FILIPPO, I. DI GIACINTO, P. DONATO, E. FACCO, R. FAVARO, F. FERRARO, G. FINCO, G. FROVA,(More)
Members A. ACCORSI, E. ADRARIO, F. AGRÒ, G. AMICUCCI, M. ANTONELLI, F. AZZERI, S. BARONCINI, G. BETTELLI, C. CAFAGGI, D. CATTANO, E. CHINELLI, U. CORBANESE, R. CORSO, A. DELLA PUPPA, A. DI FILIPPO, E. FACCO, R. FAVARO, R. FAVERO, G. FROVA, F. GIUNTA, G. GIURATI, F. GIUSTI, A. GUARINO, E. IANNUZZI, G. IVANI, D. MAZZON, M. MENARINI, G. MERLI, E. MONDELLO, S.(More)
Anxious and insecure attachment, fear of abandonment and difficulties with autonomy differentiate young women with eating disorders from their normal peers. This paper uses the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) as the correlation between eating disorders and state of mind regarding attachment (7 females and 6 males) with anorexia nervosa and EDNOS. There was(More)
INTRODUCTION Contamination of preservation fluid is common, with a reported incidence of 2.2% to 28.0%, and may be a major cause of early morbidity after transplantation. Herein, we report our experience with routine examination of preservation fluid collected just before implantation, focusing on the rate of contamination and the clinical consequences to(More)
BACKGROUND Aspergillosis and other invasive mold infections are severe complications in immunosuppressed patients, and in renal transplant patients it is the most common cause of systemic fungal disease with an incidence ranging from 0.4% to 2.4% with a high mortality of 56% to 100%. We present our experience with voriconazole in a population of kidney(More)
Proper management of obese patients requires a team vision and appropriate behaviors by all health care providers in hospital. Specialist competencies are fundamental, as are specific clinical pathways and good clinical practices designed to deal with patients whose Body Mass Index (BMI) is ≥30 kg/m2. Standards of care for bariatric and non-bariatric(More)
AIM With this 8-month study, we wanted to evaluate the efficacy of continuous intrathecal baclofen infusion delivery by a programmable pump for severe spasticity according to patient selection criteria, implantation technique and related parameters, and outcome after the initial follow-up period. METHODS Intrathecal baclofen infusion was initiated in 30(More)
OBJECTIVES Dual kidney transplantation (DKT) of marginal kidneys could offer transplant candidates a very satisfactory kidney transplantation in terms of renal function. However, DKT might be considered a major surgical procedure and, in older recipients, has a potentially greater risk of surgical complications compared with single kidney transplantation.(More)
INTRODUCTION Rhabdomyolysis is a severe and debilitating condition that promotes muscle breakdown and is a relatively rare, not always diagnosed cause of acute renal failure (ARF) with an 8-20% reported incidence. Exertional rhabdomyolysis only appears in adult patients 24-48 h after strenuous activities as military basic training, weight lifting, and(More)