Browsing Research Articles (Anaesthesiology and Critical Care) by Title

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    • Anaesthesia and the diabetic patient 

      Roelofse, J. A.; Erasmus, F. R. (HMPG, 1985)
      Since it is estimated that 1 out of every 2 diabetic patients will require surgery at some point in his lifetime, it is imperative that the anaesthetist should understand the disease process as well as the anaesthetic ...

    • Anaesthesia for congenital lobar emphysema resection : a case report 

      Payne, K.; Van Zyl, W.; Richardson, M. (Health and Medical Publishing Group -- HMPG, 1984-09)
      [No abstract available]

    • Anaesthesia in connective tissue disorders 

      Roelofse, J. A.; Shipton, E. A. (Health and Medical Publishing Group -- HMPG, 1985-03)
      Patients with the more common connective tissue disorders require surgical operations more frequently than has been realized. They may present the anaesthetist with many potential problems. A few minutes of careful questioning ...

    • Anaesthetic management of cerebral artery aneurysms at Tygerberg Hospital, 1980-1982 

      Erasmus, F. R.; Du Toit, H. J.; Rose-Innes, A. P. (Health and Medical Publishing Group -- HMPG, 1984-05)
      Forty-seven patients were operated on for intracranial artery aneurysms at Tygerberg Hospital, Parowvallei, CP, between January 1980 and December 1982. Problems related to anaesthesia which are peculiar to this condition ...

    • Epidural and intramuscular pethidine - a pharmacokinetic study 

      Payne, K. A. (Health and Medical Publishing Group -- HMPG, 1983-02)
      Epidural preservative-free pethidine hydrochloride 0,75 mg/kg is rapidly absorbed into the blood. At 1,5 mg/kg the plasma levels reached are similar to those achieved by intramuscular preservative-free pethidine hydrochloride, ...

    • Epidural versus intramuscular pethidine in postoperative pain relief 

      Payne, K. A. (1983)
      Twenty-one patients received epidural pethidine 0,75 mg/kg in 10 ml normal saline for postoperative analgesia. A control group of 20 patients received intramuscular pethidine 1,5 mg/kg. Respiratory and cardiovascular ...

    • Methylprednisolone and the adult respiratory distress syndrome 

      Du Toit, H. J.; Erasmus, F. R.; MacFarlane, C. M.; Taljaard, J. J. F.; King, J. B.; De Klerk, A. J.; Elk, E. (Open access journalHMPG, 1984-06)
      Total hip replacement was carried out on 22 patients under general anaesthesia. Of these, 10 were pretreated with methylprednisolone (30 mg/kg); 1 of these developed the adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and had ...

    • A modified latex armoured endotracheal tube for distal tracheal resection 

      De Roubaix, J. A. M. (Health and Medical Publishing Group -- HMPG, 1982-01)
      [No abstract available]

    • Potassium maldistribution revisited 

      Pietersen, Justine Mari; Levin, Andrew I. (MedPharm, 2014-11)
      Background: This study investigated maldistribution of concentrated 15% potassium chloride after injection into one-liter, flexible, Ringer’s lactate bags. Methods: Twenty milliliters of concentrated 15% potassium chloride ...

    • Successful resuscitation in severe accidental hypothermia : a case report 

      De Roubaix, J. A. M. (HMPG, 1980-03)
      Accidental hypothermia has a mortality rate of 30-80% and should always be borne in mind with comatose, hypotensive patients. It is a preventable condition when adequate safety measures are ensured. One should act in the ...