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    Sodium as a predictor for TUR syndrome

    Retrospective analysis indicates that changes in levels of serum sodium in patients undergoing transurethral resection (TUR) of the prostate predicts for the development of cardiovascular and neurological manifestations of transurethral resection syndrome.  

    BMC Anesthesiology 2015, 15:52
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    Remifentanil in caesarean section

    Use of remifentanil as a general anesthetic in caesarean section is associated with a higher risk of neonatal respiratory depression, though duration of symptoms is short, indicating that it could be used provided careful postnatal care is applied.

    BMC Anesthesiology 2015, 15:38
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    Mapping pulmonary blood post-injury

    Improved knowledge of the pattern of elevated pulmonary blood flow following aspiration-induced lung injury from an animal model to aid in the targeting and timing of intravenous treatments.

    BMC Anesthesiology 2015, 15:36

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