Mehjabin Zahir

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Inhibition of growth and adrenal suppression are reported following the use of intranasal betamethasone (0.1%) in a 9-year-old boy with cystic fibrosis and nasal polyps and in a 3-year-old girl with allergic rhinitis. On stopping treatment catch-up growth occurred and adrenal function returned to normal.
10 male subjects with chronic liver disease and with normal cardiovascular findings, except for the presence of a presystolic gallop, underwent right and left heart catheterization. In general, all of the patients had a high resting cardiac output, narrow arteriovenous oxygen difference, a low peripheral vascular resistance, and normal left ventricular(More)
Pretracheal abscess due to endotracheal intubation has not been reported in literature. We present a case of a female patient who was admitted with acute hypercapnic respiratory failure. Patient was initially managed with noninvasive ventilation but eventually was intubated after sustaining a cardiac arrest. She could not be extubated because of poor(More)
Phentolamine was administered orally to 21 patients with persistent ventricular premature contractwons. In I5 patients the ventricular premature contractions were abolished, while in 5 a conspicuous decrease in their frequency was observed. The effective dose of phentolamine was either 50 or 75 mg. administered 4 times a day in all but 2 of the patients.(More)