Mirian Kadry

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We conducted a postal survey of 221 anaesthetists in the Oxford region to determine their views and actual clinical practice regarding regional anaesthesia in adult patients undergoing limb surgery, when a combined regional and general anaesthetic was planned. Of the 162 respondents (73.3%), 142 (87.6%) regularly practised regional blocks for limb surgery(More)
The cuffed oropharyngeal airway is a modified Guedel airway and is recommended for anaesthesia in spontaneously breathing patients. To our knowledge this is the first report of transient unilateral lingual nerve palsy after the use of a cuffed oropharyngeal airway to maintain anaesthesia during arthroscopy of an ankle. The aetiology of lingual nerve damage(More)
It has been shown that Pancreatic Stem Cells (PSCs) share many features with skin stem cells. Yet, their potential role in skin regeneration remains to be elucidated. 5x10(5) PSCs from male Rattus norwegicus were seeded on Matriderm scaffold overnight. Cells survival and proliferation were then tested in vitro showing the survival of the cells and their(More)
Pain is a common and distressing symptom experienced by intensive care patients. Assessing pain in this environment is challenging, and published guidelines have been inconsistently implemented. The Pain Assessment in INTensive care (PAINT) study aimed to evaluate the frequency and type of physician pain assessments with respect to published guidelines.(More)
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