Shwetal Shinde

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BACKGROUND Poor perioperative glycemic control increases risk of infection, cardiovascular accidents and mortality in patients undergoing surgery. Tight glycemic control by insulin therapy is known to yield better outcomes in such patients. Intravenous (IV) insulin therapy with or without adjunctive subcutaneous insulin therapy is the mainstay of managing(More)
Phlegmasia cerulea dolens is a rare form of massive proximal venous thrombosis of the lower extremities associated with a high degree of morbidity, presenting with sudden severe lower extremity pain with edema and cyanosis. Venous gangrene, venous congestion with massive fluid sequestration leading to circulatory collapse, and shock causing death can ensue(More)
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