Medical Electives Abroad
by Medical Electives (Posted Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:27 pm) Hi all,We want to introduce all medical (and in justified cases also pre-medical) students the electives of Tongji University in Shanghai, China and electives of UNESP University in Botucatu, Brasil. The electives are open to all medical students in the US. Application information can be viewed at http://medopolo.com. Clinical electives are possible in Internal Medicine, Surgery, or Anesthesia for a duration of one to three months.Please make sure to plan your elective with your international/outgoings office to avoid any accreditation issues ahead of time.Hope this helps and many greetings
We describe the anesthetic management for this innovative technique addressing technique-specific issues such as arrhythmia management, hemostasis, right heart failure and postoperative pain control.
In this study we present our MIC-UFTA approach in HeartMate3 implantation in comparison to the conventional technique through median sternotomy (CS).
Coronavirus outbreak has caused a 51% increase in demand for sedatives and anaesthetics in March
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Conclusions: Intrathoracic fistulas remain a source of major morbidity and mortality. Reinforcement of the fistula closure with vascularized muscle flaps is a viable option for preventing dehiscence of the repair site and can be potentially life-saving. CLINICAL QUESTION/LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: Therapeutic, III.
FDA issues Emergency Use Authorization allowing for emergency use of certain anesthesia ventilators
Condition: Fluid Overload Interventions: Other: oxytocin and spinal anesthesia; Other: General anesthsia Sponsor: University of Jordan Completed
Conditions: Carotid Stenosis; Carotid Endarterectomy Intervention: Diagnostic Test: Biomarker - FGF 23; troponin I; PCR - high sensitivity; BNP Sponsor: Universidade do Porto Not yet recruiting
Conditions: Anesthesia; Surgical Procedure, Operative Intervention: Sponsor: University Hospital Inselspital, Berne Completed
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