Nevenka Hodoba

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The current approach to the anesthetic procedure and postoperative intensive therapy after esophageal resection for esophageal carcinoma, as well as characteristic perioperative pathophysiological events are presented. The contributory factors of severe postsurgical morbidity are considered too. Esophagectomy is an extented procedure which includes(More)
  • Igor Nikoliae, Dinko Stanèiae Rokotov, +4 authors Helga Sertiae-Miliae
  • 2007
I. Nikoliae et al. Video-assisted thoracoscopic lung and pleural biopsy in the diagnosis of chronic pleural effusion SUMMARY – Chronic pleural effusion requires pleural and lung biopsy in more than 60% of patients. Open lung biopsy was formerly considered as the most reliable diagnostic method, whereas now the procedure is mostly performed via(More)
AIM To investigate whether the fluid volume administered during esophageal cancer surgery affects pulmonary gas exchange and tissue perfusion. METHODS An exploratory single-center randomized clinical trial was performed. Patients with esophageal cancer who underwent Lewis-Tanner procedure between June 2011 and August 2012 at the Department of Thoracic(More)
  • Igor Nikoliae, eljko Bumber, +4 authors Nevenka Kolariae
  • 2006
SUMMARY – Descending necrotizing mediastinitis is a severe septic infection of the mediastinum, mostly resulting from an infectious process originating from the neck or oral cavity. The mortality rate associated with descending necrotizing mediastinitis remains high (>40%) in spite of the current medical and surgical treatment options. The disease may occur(More)
SUMMARY – Chest wall deformities are relatively rare diseases of unknown etiology, which occur in childhood and adolescence. Pectus deformities show familial occurrence with very rare spontaneous resolution. Operative treatment is one of the possible therapeutic options for deformity correction by classic operative procedure or by minimally invasive method(More)
The purpose of our study was to correct the vertical ventilation perfusion anomaly in lateral position using a differential ventilation with the two identical electronic synchronized "Servo" ventilators, during the thoracotomy. Our study included 44 patients. The differential ventilation has been investigated on the two clinically standardized simplified(More)
Life-threatening hemoptysis is very rare and, fortunately, not many physicians have experienced it. The unpredictability of massive hemoptysis is often underestimated in seemingly stable patients and becomes fatal within a few minutes. The current definitions of massive and/or life-threatening hemoptysis in the medical literature are inadequate and the(More)
We report a case of immeasurable levels of serum phosphate in a patient with juvenile type Diabetes mellitus and diabetic ketoacidosis who developed respiratory failure. A 27-year-old female with juvenile type insulin-dependent Diabetes mellitus was admitted because of suspected acute mediastinitis and respiratory failure, probably, among other responsible(More)
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