Volume 1 Issue 1
Assessment of Occasional Diathermy Burn of Central Vessel Triggered by Hepatic Tumor Radiofrequency
Chao-Jun Kong1, Zhong Jia1*
Radiofrequency (RF) has been confirmed to be one of effective treatment for malignant tumor of liver. But occasional diathermy burn to adjacent vessels still remain un-provisional, which sometimes may lead to undesired sever bleeding under liver capsula, even result in lethal consequence if nonsurgical management is useless to control continue bleeding. Hence bleeding from capsula is becoming an occult killer . Scientific assessment of diathermy burn of vessels becomes core key to save patients' lives.Obviously, the optimized timing for surgery may be prioritized concern.
Traumatic Cardiac Arrest: A Review
Lateef F1*, Choo Hui Min1, Charlotte1
Traumatic cardiac arrest (TCA) is commonly associated with poor outcomes. Though less common than medical cardiac arrest, TCA accounts for almost half of the cardiac arrest cases in the young. In patients with TCA, survival rates have been reported to be between 0-5%, despite the best efforts and latest guidelines in practice. Emergency physicians are thus pressed in their decisions on resuscitation, due to some of these factors and considerations.
Double Sequential Defibrillation - A Shocking Life Savior for Patients with Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation?
Lateef F1*, Qiu Tian Yu1
Ventricular fibrillation is one of the arrhythmias seen in out-of-hospital-cardiac arrest (OHCA). Patients with ventricular fibrillation have a higher chance of survival than those presenting with asystole or pulseless electrical activity (PEA) [1-3]. However, the longer the patients remain in ventricular fibrillation, the poorer is their clinical outcome [3, 4]. As of now, there is no consensual definition on what is considered refractory ventricular fibrillation (VF), but it is different from recurrent VF, which is VF that converts to a different rhythm at some point during the resuscitation but then reverts back to VF. Patients with refractory and recurrent VF presents a challenge, especially in terms of management in the field. External defibrillation still largely remains the mainstay of treatment, partly due to its ubiquity in public places as well as on ambulances [2, 4-6].
Rhabdomiolysis: Findings and Implications
Tiziana Ciarambino1*, Luigi Elio Adinolfi1, Mauro Giordano1
Rhabdomyolysis is a common clinical syndrome that results from the rapid breakdown of skeletal muscle fibers, which leads to leakage of potentially toxic cellular contents into the systemic circulation. The classic reported triad of symptoms includes muscle pain, weakness, and dark urine, although more than 50% of the patients do not complain of muscle pain or weakness and the classic triad is seen in <10% patients.
Assessment of Genetics Mutations in KCNH1, ATP6V1B2 Genes to Zimmermann-Laband Syndrome in Human
Shahin Asadi1*, Mahsa Jamali1, Hamideh Mohammadzadeh1, Roya Pour Jafar1
In this study we have analyzed 30 people. 10 patients Zimmermann-Laband syndrome and 20 persons control group.The genes KCNH1, ATP6V1B2 analyzed in terms of genetic mutations made. In this study, people who have genetic mutations were targeted, Zimmermann-Laband syndrome. In fact, of all people with Zimmermann-Laband syndrome. 10 patients Zimmermann-Laband syndrome had a genetic mutations in the genes KCNH1, ATP6V1B2 Zimmermann-Laband syndrome. Any genetic mutations in the target genes control group, did not show.