Petr Nemec

Roman Hajek2
Michaela Cernochova1
Jakub Raimr1
2Roman Hajek
1Michaela Cernochova
1Jakub Raimr
1Pavel Marcian
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Inflammatory cardiomyopathy is defined as inflammation of the heart muscle associated with impaired function of the myocardium. In our region, its etiology is most often viral. Viral infection is a possible trigger of immune and autoimmune mechanisms which contributed to the damage of myocardial function. Myocarditis is considered the most common cause of(More)
The main aim was to gain structured insight into the use of musculoskeletal ultrasonography (MSUS) in routine rheumatology practices in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. In a cross-sectional, observational, international, multicenter survey, a questionnaire was sent to investigational sites in CEE countries. Data on all subsequent routine MSUS(More)
  • Eva Nemcova, Michaela Cernochova, Filip Ruzicka, Barbora Malisova, Tomas Freiberger, Petr Nemec
  • 2015
An increasing trend in non albicans infections and various susceptibility patterns to antifungal agents implies a requirement for the quick and reliable identification of a number of medically important Candida species. Real-time PCR followed by high resolution melting analysis (HRMA) was developed, tested on 25 reference Candida collection strains and(More)
PATIENT Female, 51 FINAL DIAGNOSIS: Takotsubo cardiomyopathy Symptoms: - MEDICATION - Clinical Procedure: - Specialty: Cardiology • Transplantology. OBJECTIVE Rare disease. BACKGROUND Left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome (LVAB), also known as Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, is a cardiac syndrome characterized by transient left ventricular dysfunction(More)
AIM An ageing population and increase in patient co-morbidities are forcing cardiac surgeons to meticulously consider the benefits and risks of respective conduits and their harvesting techniques. CASE REPORTS Two cases of simultaneous endoscopic radial artery and great saphenous vein harvesting, for redo coronary artery bypass grafting, are presented. A(More)
BACKGROUND Deep accidental hypothermia (core temperature <28 degrees C) is an uncommon medical emergency requiring rapid active core rewarming. Extracorporeal circulation has become the treatment of choice for deep hypothermic patients with cardiac arrest. CASE REPORT We report on a 30-year-old patient who suffered from deep accidental hypothermia (core(More)
AIM Vacuum-assisted closure (VAC) was primarily designed for the treatment of pressure ulcers or chronic, debilitating wounds. Recently, VAC has become an encouraging treatment modality for sternal wound infection after cardiac surgery, providing superior results to conventional treatment strategies. METHODS From November 2004 to September 2006, 34(More)