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A study of the evaluation of postoperative pain in 210 children using physiological, reference and observation methods. A comparison with other methods leads to the conclusion that observation is the best choice and that some children do not need analgesics during the postoperative period.
We have carried out an experimental model of urinary diversion and dis-diversion on male Wistar rats in order to study the complications that are produced after diversion, as well as to see whether the alterations continue unchanged, or increase, or diminish after dis-diversion. The following experimental design was used: a control group made up of 48… (More)
Though there are not many cases described in the literature and very few for children, the existence of lower urodigestive communications may give rise to inflammatory processes in gonads and gonaducts in the male. We have carried out an experimental study of this aspect on 248 male Wistar rats according to the following design: A 48 animal control group… (More)