Viktor Serafimov

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We present the case of a 73 year old Caucasian male who developed a left sided pneumonia and empyema secondary to a foreign body inhaled 30 years before. The foreign body, a bone fragment, was lodged at the bifurcation of the left main bronchus and could only be removed via bronchotomy. The patient experienced a swift recovery and was well at follow-up 6(More)
In resuscitation ,,f the o~anism through arterial transfusion of blood and artificial respiration a positive result depends first and foremost on t lme!y restoration of ~ e circulation. With comiderable pressure in the blor pumping system (180-200 mm mercury) the biood pressure ha the arterial vessels (femoral artery) of the resuscitated animal did not(More)
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