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Neurochemical and cognitive aftermaths of surgery - studies on short- and long-term effects of surgery and anesthesia
Background: Each year, around the world, more than 230 million patients have surgery. Improvements in healthcare have resulted in older and sicker patients undergoing surgical interventions. As a result, surgical safety ...
The effect of intra-abdominal local anaesthetics following major gynaecological surgery. Clinical and experimental studies
Background: Local anaesthetics (LA), in addition to inhibition of pain signalling, also have anti-inflammatory properties. In vitro studies have demonstrated anti-proliferative and cytotoxic effect of LAs on cancer cells ...
Biomarkers in mid-trimester amniotic fluid in relation to gestational duration and spontaneous preterm delivery
Background: The biological mechanisms and physiological pathways of pregnancy maintenance and timing of delivery are complex and multifactorial. Pregnancy clocks, partly controlled by timing mechanisms linked to fetal ...