Deepak K. Shrivastava
San Joaquin General Hospital
PsychiatryRadiologySurgeryHealth careIntensive care medicineSleep medicineAlternative medicineSleep (system call)Respiratory diseaseHypoxemiaRespiratory failureMechanical ventilationPolysomnographyCentral venous catheterEndoscopySitus inversusMediastinumRespiratory tractMediastinoscopySleep studyOccupational diseaseWeaningPulmonary fibrosisSuperior mediastinumTracheostomy tubesThoracic surgeonVentilator weaningSubacute carePrimary careChronic diseaseCongenital diseaseClinical informationLarge seriesTracheostomy tubeAnesthesiaMedicineFly ash
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#1Deepak K. Shrivastava (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 2
#2Syung Jung (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
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With an increased level of awareness of sleep disorders among the public, there has been an increase in requests for sleep studies, and consequently, more referrals made to sleep specialists by primary care physicians and other health care providers. Understanding technical and clinical information provided in the sleep study report is crucial. It offers significant insight in to sleep pathophysiology in relation to patient symptoms. The purpose of this article is to provide a simple and easy me...
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Last. Deepak K. Shrivastava (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 2
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Mediastinoscopy has been widely used by thoracic surgeons to evaluate the superior mediastinum since 1959. Large series of mediastinoscopy have been reported with very low morbidity and no mortality. Proper attention to surgical techniques and mediastinal anatomy are essential to maintain the safety of the procedure. Situs inversus totalis is exceedingly rare, but variations in mediastinal anatomy in this group of patients can render the procedure challenging for the thoracic surgeon. A case of ...
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#1Deepak K. Shrivastava (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 2
#2Sheela Kapre (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
Last. Robert Gray (San Joaquin General Hospital)
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#1Deepak K. Shrivastava (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 2
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#1Kisuk Cho (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
#2Yoon Jung Cho (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
Last. Sheela Kapre (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
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A 48-year-old man with no history of pulmonary disease developed acute lung disease after the intensive exposure of fly ash. He subsequently had progressive worsening of shortness of breath and hypoxemia to the point of requiring mechanical ventilation. Fly ash is a compound consisting of silicon dioxide and various other substances and is used in industrial settings to generate electricity. Exposure to fly ash may cause irritation to the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract and even pulmona...
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