Background: Lack of postoperative acute pain management is associated with increased morbidity, longer recovery time, more opioid use and subsequently increased health care costs.
In general, COVID-19 is an acute disease, and the most common symptoms at onset are fever, dry cough, and fatigue, partly with nausea, diarrhea, or other gastrointestinal symptoms
Over the last decades several indirect laryngoscopes have been developed to provide a significant better glottic view and improved the success rate in difficult intubations.
Abstract: A 68-year-old female with tortuous aneurismal dilatation of the entire aorta with penetrating ulcers was scheduled for thoracoabdominal aneurysm endovascular repair.
Abstract: A 70-year-old woman underwent left ventricle (LV) pseudoaneurysm resection and LV wall repair with a Hemashield patch (4 x 6 cm).
Abstract: Hyperalgesia is an increased response to painful sensation. Opioid–induced hyperalgesia occurs after sustained opioid exposure and⁄or following abrupt cessation of opioid.
Abstract: Acute postoperative pain is primarily managed with opioids. In this case, we present the successful postoperative pain management of a patient post left upper extremity sarcoma
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Abstract Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction, associated with high morbidity and mortality if not detected and treated rapidly. In the United States, 1-17% of the population is at risk for anaphylaxis, of which 0.02% is at risk for fatal reactions.