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Evaluation of a local anaesthesia regimen following mastectomy
Breast surgery can be emotionally distressing and physically painful. Acute pain following surgery is often related mainly to the axillary surgery and is aggravated by arm and shoulder movement. WeExpand
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Fine bore silicone catheters for peripheral intravenous nutrition in adults.
injury occur from blunt trauma after road traffic accidents, where deceleration causes damage to the anterior right ventricle. Electrocardiograms and cardiac enzyme activity are not sensitiveExpand
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What Rate of Infusion of Intravenous Nutrition Solution Is Required to Stimulate Uptake of Amino Acids by Peripheral Tissues in Depleted Patients?
We examined the effect of varying the quantities (0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, and 0.4 gN.kg-1.[day]-1) of nitrogen input on N balance, 3-methylhistidine (3MH) excretion, plasma amino acid concentration and theExpand
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Fine-bore peripheral catheters versus central venous catheters for delivery of intravenous nutrition.
We present a descriptive study of 229 consecutive inpatients requiring intravenous nutrition. These patients received either complete peripheral intravenous nutrition via a fine-bore siliconeExpand
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Peripheral versus central intravenous nutrition: Comparison of two delivery systems
Forty‐six surgical patients who required intravenous nutrition (IVN) were randomly allocated to receive complete IVN by a peripheral (n = 23) or central (n = 23) venous delivery system. TheExpand
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Pharmacokinetics of a single dose of fulvestrant prolonged-release intramuscular injection in postmenopausal women awaiting surgery for primary breast cancer.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to describe the pharmacokinetics of 3 different single doses of fulvestrant-a new estrogen receptor (ER) antagonist that downregulates the ER with no known agonistExpand
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Total duct excision
Abstract A retrospective review of case records was performed of 110 patients who underwent 124 total duct excisions during the period 1989–1995. All patients were sent a questionnaire and 88 fullyExpand
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Effect of high‐lipid high‐nitrogen intravenous nutrition on total body nitrogen, visceral protein synthesis and nitrogen balance
The impact of high‐lipid intravenous nutrition (IVN) on selected indices of nitrogen retention following major surgical resection was studied. Twenty‐two patients, randomly allocated to two equalExpand
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Metabolic response to a high-lipid, high-nitrogen peripheral intravenous nutrition solution after major upper-gastrointestinal surgery.
We compared the metabolic response to peripheral intravenous nutrition (peripheral IVN) with the response to central IVN when given after major gastrointestinal surgery. Eighteen consecutive patientsExpand
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The effect on protein and amino acid metabolism of an intravenous nutrition regimen providing seventy percent of nonprotein calories as lipid.
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to determine which peripheral intravenous nutrition (IVN) regimen, one containing 70% nonprotein calories as lipid IVN or one containing all nonproteinExpand
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