P de Q Santos

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
A 59-yr-old male underwent laryngeal microsurgery with a carbon dioxide laser for extirpation of a polyp in the anterior commissure of the vocal cord and Reinke oedema in the right vocal cord. The patient had chronic bronchitis, arterial hypertension and obesity (body mass index 31.5 kg m 2); he had suffered periorbital emphysema following facial trauma(More)
Following determination of minimum alveolar anesthetic concentration (MAC) of halothane during normotension, 18 dogs were divided into three groups. Dogs in each group then received either pentolinium, trimethaphan, or sodium nitroprusside, and mean arterial pressure was decreased to 60% of control values for 1 hour. The MAC of halothane was determined(More)
A case of menouria (Youssef's syndrome) following a vesicovaginal fistula repair is presented. The patient had typical clinical features of cyclic hematuria, absence of vaginal bleeding and complete urinary continence. Diagnosis was established by cystoscopy, cystography and hysterosalpingography which disclosed the communication between the bladder and the(More)
We present a case of a patient submitted for extirpation of a neoplasm of the larynx, by means of carbon dioxide laser surgery. High frequency jet ventilation was applied by means of orotracheal intubation with two Teflon catheters, 2 mm in external diameter and 30 cm in length, attached with three equally placed strips of adhesive paper tape. One catheter(More)
Effects of nitrous oxide (N2O) on minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) of desflurane were studied. For that purpose, 30 dogs were randomly allocated into two groups: desflurane group (GD) and N2O and desflurane group (GDN). GD animals received propofol to intubation, and 11.5V% of desflurane diluted in 100% O2. After 30 minutes, they received electric(More)