A small group of “high-risk” patients account for a disproportionately high number of surgery-related deaths, complications, and costs. The April issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS), commences a special series on high-risk surgery-focusing on new and emerging strategies for identifying and managing patients at high risk. Leggi [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on marzo 2nd, 2011

Una protesi avveniristica restituisce capacità perdute a chi ha una gamba amputata e si guadagna il supporto dei servizi sanitari europei. Il ginocchio robotica è “intelligente” e sa adattarsi alle esigenze del suo possessore.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on febbraio 13th, 2011

General Anesthesia More Like Coma Than Sleep ASA Statement On Sodium Thiopental’s Removal From The Market Anesthesia And Self-Perception Ion Channel Responsible For Pain Identified Anaesthetic Gasses And Global Warming Popular Anti-Wrinkle, Botox, Treatment Offers Little Help In Chronic Migraine New Tool Assesses Pain In Non-Communicative Patients Unexpected New Mechanism Behind Rheumatoid Arthritis New Study [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 31st, 2011

… quindi mi merito gli Auguri!!!

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 23rd, 2011

Clinical Practice Guideline for Emergency Department Ketamine Dissociative Sedation: 2011 Update Anaesthetic implications of psychoactive drugs Application and comparison of scoring indices to predict outcomes in patients with healthcare-associated pneumonia Impact of delayed admission to intensive care units on mortality of critically ill patients: a cohort study Revisiting the value of pre-hospital tracheal intubation: an [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 23rd, 2011

Out of every 1000 patients, two at most wake up during their operation. Unintended awareness in the patient is thus classified as an occasional complication of anesthesia – but being aware of things happening during the operation, and being able to recall them later, can leave a patient with long-term psychological trauma. Leggi il resto [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 23rd, 2011

Linee guida per l’assistenza pediatrica nei dipartimenti di emergenza Sincopi: cosa dobbiamo sapere? L’ecocardiografia in pronto soccorso pediatrico

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 20th, 2011

A mobility protocol that gets intensive care unit (ICU) patients out of bed and walking as early as possible, even while they are hooked up to a portable ventilator, can save the hospital some serious money, according to a study presented here at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 40th Critical Care Congress.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 20th, 2011

Subcutaneously administered heparin might not provide optimal protection against venous thromboembolism (VTE) for patients who have undergone major abdominal surgery because absorption appears to be decreased in these patients, researchers said here at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 40th Critical Care Congress.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 18th, 2011

Linee Guida per la Diagnosi e la Gestione dei Pazienti con Malattie dell’Aorta Toracica

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 18th, 2011

Il ricorso all’ipotermia non è da considerare una strategia neuroprotettiva primaria nei pazienti con gravi lesioni traumatiche cerebrali. È quanto emerge dalle conclusioni del National acute brain injury study: hypothermia II (Nabis: H II), studio randomizzato e multicentrico

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 18th, 2011

Negli studi condotti su popolazioni pediatriche definite, solo raramente sono stati riportati casi di epatotossicità da paracetamolo al dosaggio terapeutico. I

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 18th, 2011

Dopo due anni e mezzo di difficili negoziati, domani il Parlamento europeo è chiamato a dare il via libera alle norme che consentiranno a tutti i cittadini europei di farsi curare in un Paese diverso dal proprio.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 9th, 2011

The brain under general anesthesia isn’t “asleep” as surgery patients are often told — it is placed into a state that is a reversible coma, according to three neuroscientists who have published an extensive review of general anesthesia, sleep and coma, in the Dec. 30 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. This insight and [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 9th, 2011

Management of Substance Use Disorder THE TREATMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC OSTEOPOROTIC SPINAL COMPRESSION FRACTURES Management of Asthma (Adult and Pediatric)

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