Raúl Carrillo-Esper
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Internal medicineRadiologySurgeryPathologyHumanitiesVirologyCardiologyIntensive care medicineHemodynamicsImmunologyIntensive care unitSepsisDiseaseAcute kidney injuryGynecologyCritically ill2019-20 coronavirus outbreakSevere acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)PerioperativeAnesthesiaMedicineComplicationPlateletGastroenterology
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En las salas de cirugia frente a un paciente sangrando con cambios rapidos y complejos en el sistema hemostatico, se hace indispensable informacion oportuna en tiempo real y altamente confi able para tomar decisiones efectivas, ya que el sangrado masivo posee una alta mortalidad, y requiere un abordaje inmediato(1). De aqui emana la necesidad del monitoreo apropiado de la coagulacion. Existen varias pruebas que valoran la coagulacion como los examenes estandar de laboratorio, la tromboelastograf...
BACKGROUND: The bilateral brachial plexus block is considered a contraindication, due to the possible development of complications, such as: toxicity from local anaesthetics or bilateral diaphragmatic paralysis. However, with the real time visualisation provided by the ultrasound scan, these complications have decreased and it is a safer procedure. CLINICAL CASES: Four cases are presented where the bilateral block was performed using guided ultrasound, as the patients were unable to receive gene...
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Summary Induction of general anesthesia promotes a reduction in lung volumes and atelectasis formation associated with a deterioration of both gas exchange and respiratory mechanics. Higher tidal volumes may overdistend non injured lung, triggering inflammation. Several studies have showed that a protective ventilation strategy with lower tidal volumes, Positive end expiratory pressure and recruitment maneuvers during anesthesia improved the respiratory function and reduce complications in the p...
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CASO CLINICOPaciente femenina de 18 anos de edad sin an-tecedentes de importancia, primigesta con em-barazo normoevolutivo de 33.6 semanas de gestacion, ingresa a urgencias por cefalea, epi-gastralgia y signos de hiperreflexia y edema im-portante de miembros pelvicos con cifras tensio-nales a su ingreso de 153/60 mmHg integrando diagnostico de preeclampsia siendo confirmado por los examenes de laboratorio que se muestran en el
Preeclampsia is a highly prevalent entity. Its manifestations are heterogeneous, highlighting the microcirculation dysfunction, which manifests as microangiopathic hemolytic anemia which is characterized by the presence in the peripheral blood smear by abnormal red blood cells such as schistocytes, dacriocytes and fragmented erythrocytes. The objective of this report is to describe the peripheral blood smear in a case of preeclampsia. y