Roman Eberhard

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PURPOSE To investigate color perception and contrast sensitivity with and without additional glare in pseudophakic patients with a conventional intraocular lens (IOL) in one eye and a blue light-filtering IOL in the fellow eye. METHODS Twenty-three bilaterally pseudophakic patients with a conventional IOL (AcrySof SA60AT) and a blue light-filtering IOL(More)
Multivariate time series data in post-operative patients (respiratory and cardiovascular) are compared to reference groups. Using this technique under the program control of a computerized patient monitoring system (IBM 1800) various classes in the respiratory and cardiovascular spectrum can define the co-ordinate system in hyperspace. The patient in crisis(More)
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) leads to an excessive stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system that may result in tachycardia and malignant arrhythmias in the postresuscitation phase. The attenuation of this reaction by a specific bradycardic agent has not been compared to beta-blockade and placebo. After 4 min of ventricular fibrillation, and 3(More)
Background. Iris defects are mostly acquired after injury, or may be iatrogenic after surgical excision of iris tumours or the result of collateral trauma after anterior segment surgery. They cause severe visual disability, e.g. glare, loss of contrast sensitivity, and loss of best corrected visual acuity. The foldable Koch iris prosthesis has a customised(More)
In this series 99 out of 131 children have been operated upon gastroeosophageal reflux at an age of 2.5 years. They were reevaluated 4.5 years later for their longterm results in 1997. All patients have been primary free of reflux postoperatively. By questionnaire, x-ray studies and 24 h/ph-metry signs of reflux could not be found in 88/99 children. 4(More)
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