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An epidemiological study of health-care-associated infections and their antimicrobial sensitivity pattern in the Al-Qassim region of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Background: In the USA, up to 2 million health-care-associated infections (HAIs) per year are reported, of which 80,000 are lethal. Materials and Methods: This was a hospital-based observationalExpand
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Sedation with propofol during combined spinal epidural anesthesia: Comparison of dose requirement of propofol with and without BIS monitoring
Background: Bispectral (BIS) monitoring provides an objective, non-invasive measure of the level of consciousness in sedated patients. Sedation has been shown to increase patient satisfaction duringExpand
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Ksharasootra ligation in complicated case of fourth grade interno-external piles: a case report.
In Ayurveda practice Ksharasootra (a para-surgical procedure) is widely popular in the management of anorectal disorders specifically in fistula-in-ano. It is also tried in the simple cases of pilesExpand
Infection rates following arthroplasty surgery are between 1–4%, with higher rates in revision surgery. The associated costs of treating infected arthroplasty cases are considerable, withExpand
A Study of Hemodynamic Effects of Rocuronium Bromide and other Muscle Relaxants in Cardiac Surgery
Introduction: Use of muscle relaxants in cardiac surgery poses a challenge to anaesthesia due to narrow margin of safety and limited cardiovascular function. Therefore aim of present study is to findExpand
Effect of Gas Metal Arc Welding on Magnetic Response of Ferritic Stainless Steel
The variation of magnetic Barkhausen noise (MBN) response of different regions of the gas metal arc welded ferritic stainless steel SS409L plate in terms of number of pulses and root mean squareExpand
An epidemiological study of ventilator-associated pneumonia in Intensive Care Unit and antibiotics sensitivity pattern of organism causing ventilator-associated pneumonia (2012—2016) at Al Qassim
Background: Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is defined as pneumonia that occurs after 48—72 h following endotracheal intubation, characterised by the presence of a new or progressive infiltrateExpand