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2021-04-26 Case Report

Transoral laser resection of a large schwannoma in the retropharyngeal space

Payman Dabirmoghaddam, Zahra Danesh* and Amirmohammad Danesh


Introduction: The contents of the retropharyngeal space are limited to fat and retropharyngeal nodes. Primary tumors originating from the retropharyngeal space are rare, therefore, the existence of schwannoma in the retropharyngeal space is infrequent.

Method: This ...

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2020-06-04 Commentary

Effective COVID-19 prevention and control in areas of ultra-dense population: Lessons from Macau SAR

Xueni Bian, Lan Yao and Ying Bian*


In this paper we summarise, in chronological order, all COVID-19 preventive measures undertaken by the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) government during the first quarter of 2020. The information and narrative contained herein may be of useful to other parts of the ...

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2020-05-29 Short Review

Levosimendan in sepsis  

Ugur Koca* and Burcu Tanay Demirdöven

Levosimendan is a calcium sensitizer and its inotropic effect is mainly attributed to the troponin C of the myocardial fine filaments with calcium. Levosimendan also inhibits phosphodiesterase III. In contrast to inotropic effects, this does not increase calcium entry into the cell, which explain...

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2020-05-19 Case Report

Case reports of observed significant improvement in patients with ARDS due to COVID-19 and maximum ventilatory support after inhalation of sodium bicarbonate

Wardeh A*, Conklin J and Ko M

The emergence of COVID-19 worldwide in an unprecedented pandemic. COVID-19 has a significant mortality, mostly from acute lung injury. We reviewed the available literature from China and Europe in regard to the behavior of SARS-Cov2 and ability to adhere to the cell wall [1,2]. The evidence based...

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2020-03-12 Research Article

Prevalence of premarital sexual practice and associated factors among Goba town high school students, South East-Ethiopia

Shemsu Nuriye Hagisso* and Tilahun Beyene Handiso


Background: Premarital sexual practice significantly attributes for increase adolescent’s risk of unintended pregnancy, early marriage, abortion and STIs. In Ethiopia adolescents were intended to engage at early initiation to sexual intercourse without ...

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2019-12-12 Case Report

Embolic Septic Emboli with MRSA: A different source

Christian Castillo Latorre*, Mariela Rivera Agosto, Ilean Lamboy Hernandez, Mariana Mercader Perez, Dominic Sanchez Paredes, Marisol Santiago Irizarry, Jose Gutierrez Nuñez Onix, Cantres Fonseca, Alfonso Torres Palacios and William Rodriguez Cintron


Septic Iliac vein thrombophlebitis with associated psoas abscess is a rare and severe entity, which diagnosis is challenging when no risk factor is clearly present. We are presenting a case of severe septic cavitary pulmonary emboli complicated with Acute Respiratory Distress...

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2019-12-09 Case Report

Brainstem Death due to hypertension induced brain hemorrhage

Satyajit Patra* and Sreeraj Suresh


Brain stem death is when a person has permanently lost the potential for consciousness and the capacity to breathe. When this happens, a machine called a ventilator keeps oxygen circulating through the person’s bloodstream - a person confirmed as being dead when the...

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2019-08-22 Review Article

Management of Ischemic Stroke during cardiac catheterization: A case report and review of literature

Naoufal Chouaib*, Said Jidane, Mounir Lekhlit, Ahmed Belkouch, Tahir Nebhani, Saad Zidouh and Lahcen Belyamani


Stroke following coronary interventions is a devastating and most dreaded complication with signiβicant morbidity and mortality. Various factors have been ascribed for this complication including the technical errors [1]. A small percentage of strokes are iatrogenic,...

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2019-07-22 Review Article

Update on Phenobarbital for Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in Intensive Care

Rukma Parthvi* and Parker Agne


Alcohol abuse is a global health problem. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome (AWS) ranges from mild to severe symptoms that can lead to fatal delirium tremens requiring ICU admission and incurring high health care cost as high as $20,000 a month. The latest published reports suggest...

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