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Anatomical variation and morphology in the position of the palatine foramina in adult human skulls from Greece
Objective: To investigate the anatomical variability of the palatine structures in Greek population. Material and methods: 71 Greek adult dry human skulls were examined to detect the position of the greater palatine (GPF) ...
Factors influencing nurses' decisions to activate medical emergency teams
Aims and objectives. To evaluate the relationship between nurse demographics and correct identification of clinical situations warranting specific nursing actions, including activation of the medical emergency team. ...
CYP8A1 gene polymorphisms and left main coronary artery disease
Background: Left main (LM) disease is rare but the most hazardous phenotype of coronary artery disease (CAD). Thus, early detection of participants at high risk of developing left main coronary heart disease (LM-CAD) is ...
Combination pharmacotherapy improves neurological outcome after asphyxial cardiac arrest
Aim: To study the effects of the combination of adrenaline (epinephrine) and vasopressin compared to adrenaline alone on initial resuscitation success, 24. h survival, and neurological outcome in a swine model of asphyxial ...
Uncommon course of the ulnar artery
Use of the impedance threshold device improves survival rate and neurological outcome in a swine model of asphyxial cardiac arrest*
OBJECTIVE: To assess whether intermittent impedance of inspiratory gas exchange improves hemodynamic parameters, 48-hr survival, and neurologic outcome in a swine model of asphyxial cardiac arrest treated with active ...
Inexperienced nurses and doctors are equally efficient in managing the airway in a manikin model
Objective: The aim of the present study was to investigate whether minimally trained medical and nursing school graduates would be equally efficient in placing a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) and in intubating the trachea ...
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A historical perspective leading up to the end of the 19<sup>th</sup> century
Social laws and religious beliefs throughout history underscore the leaps and bounds that the science of resuscitation has achieved from ancient times until today. The effort to resuscitate victims goes back to ancient ...
Magnetically targeted drug delivery during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the post-resuscitation period
reatment with pharmacological agents is frequently required during cardiopulmonary resuscitation efforts and almost always during the post-resuscitation period. However, the lack of scientific evidence, the potent side ...