Vinay Joshi

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OBJECTIVE We hypothesized that spontaneous inspiratory effort transmitted to the pleural space during airway pressure release ventilation would result in increased lung perfusion after surgery for tetralogy of Fallot or following a cavopulmonary shunt as a consequence of transient decreases in intrapleural pressure. DESIGN Prospective crossover cohort(More)
INTRODUCTION Pneumonectomy syndrome is a rare complication after pneumonectomy with variable onset and presentation. It is characterized by extrinsic airway compression secondary to mediastinal shift. As far as we are aware, we are reporting the first pediatric case of pneumonectomy syndrome presenting as a cardio-pulmonary arrest. PATIENT AND(More)
Malunion of proximal humeral fractures can lead to a severely impaired shoulder function. Loss of motion is often the main issue in patients and can be secondary to osseous, soft-tissue as well as neurological damage to the shoulder. Malunion of the articular surface of the humeral head can lead to pain, chronic degenerative changes secondary to joint(More)
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