Simona Elena Albu

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Massive vaginal bleeding represents one of the emergencies that the gynecologists have to deal with. When unresponsive to the haemostatic treatment (local or iv), the bleeding can be stopped by using the uterine artery embolization. It provides visualization of the bleeding site and enables targeted, minimally invasive therapy to achieve hemostasis. We(More)
Haloperidol was synthesized on the 11th of February 1958 at the Janssen Laboratories, in Belgium. Soon after its synthesis and animal studies, which suggested to Paul Janssen and his colleagues that this butyrophenone drug would be of great interest as its action was similar but much more powerful than that of chlorpromazine, haloperidol was administered to(More)
In the last decades, functional Urology developed itself as a subspecialty, and, although is strongly linked to Urology, it has its own language, devices and dedicated people. The ice water test (IWT) was first described in 1957 and gained its place in the armamentarium of functional urologists for the coming years. Now, when urodynamic devices are more and(More)
One of the most controversial discussion topics in modern bioethics, science or philosophy is represented by the beginning of the individual human life. It is ethically, medically and scientifically correct that the human conception product to be born, so to gain personality and individuality, to be treated as a patient since the intrauterine life.(More)
Background Hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection is a significant public health problem in many parts of the world. The virus is classified into four major genotypes, representing a single serotype. HEV genotypes 1 and 2 are restricted to humans and usually transmitted via fecally-contaminated water, resulting in large outbreaks and epidemics of acute hepatitis(More)