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Effects of Nasal Septum Deviation and Septoplasty on Cardiac Arrhythmia Risk
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NSD patients are at risk for both atrial and ventricular cardiac arrhythmia; however, septoplasty in these patients can relieve UAO and reduce the risk of arrhythmias. Expand
Approach to Perioperative Hypothermia by Anaesthesiology and Reanimation Specialist in Turkey: A Survey Investigation.
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The attitudes of anaesthesiologists working in Turkey on perioperative temperature monitoring were investigated and it was determined that 26% of physicians often use temperature monitoring and physicians who works in university hospitals are significantly more common monitor the body temperature. Expand
Effects of preoperative smoking cessation on HAM-A sedation scores and intraoperative consumption of anesthetics and fentanyl
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The aim was to compare the impact of cigarette smoking cessation verses continued smoking on preoperative HAM-A scores and anesthetic requirement in patients undergoing surgery. Expand
Anesthesia Management in an Acondroplasic Patient Developing Cardiac Tamponade Due to Myxedema
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This case report aimed to present general anesthesia management in the context of the literature in an achondroplasic patient who was operated due to cardiac tamponade developed after pericardial effusion. Expand
Anesthesia Experience Of A Patient With Myotonic Dystrophy
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In this case report, the experience with spinal anesthesia in a patient with myotonic dystrophy planned for operation due to post-traumatic development of femur fracture is presented in the light of current literature. Expand
In Response to the Letter to the Editor Regarding “Effects of Nasal Septum Deviation and Septoplasty on Cardiac Arrhythmia Risk”
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In conclusion, NSD patients are at risk for both atrial and ventricular cardiac arrhythias; however, septoplasty in these patients can relieve UAO and reduce the risk of arrhythmias. Expand
Analysis of Preferences in Cesarean Anesthesia During the COVID-19 Pandemic Period: Retrospective, Single Center Study
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During the COVID-19 pandemic period, spinal anaesthesia was preferred more frequently for cesareans compared to general anaesthesia as in the previous period. Expand
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