Trendelenburg


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Tren·de·len·burg

(tren-del'ĕn-bĕrg),
References in classic literature ?
De Anima: Torstrik, 1862; Trendelenburg, 2nd edition, 1877, with English translation, E.
Priya Devadas, Specialist General Surgeon, said previously, surgeons used the open Trendelenburg procedure to treat varicose veins where an incision is made on the thigh and the complete vein is removed, which can be painful and required the patient to be in the hospital for one or two days.
5"; trendelenburg: both trendelenburg and reverse trendelenburg; sleep surface width: 36"; sleep surface normal; length: 80"; sleep surface extended; length: 86"; overall width: 40".
showed that volume guaranteed PCV is better than VCV in patients who underwent surgical cholecystectomy in trendelenburg position regarding lower peak inspiratory pressure and greater dynamic compliance.
At times, it is helpful to cut the falciform ligament near the liver to expose the right side of the diaphragm completely while the patient is in steep reverse Trendelenburg position.
When the presacral region was separated, the patient took Trendelenburg position and with the right higher than the left to expose the right paracolic gap so as to identify the right ureter.
The patients were evaluated clinically by considering the McKay classification, leg length difference and Trendelenburg test.
Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from cases of laparotomy (6), mastectomy (4), gastrectomy (1), abscess incision and drainage (1), APR for Ca rectum (2), paraumbilical hernia with appendicular abscess (1), Trendelenburg operation (1), appendicectomy (2).
Y a continuacion se presenta un ultimo capitulo dedicado a la distincion entre la verdad del juicio y la verdad del intelecto, recuperando las doctrinas de Trendelenburg, Brentano y Heidegger.
Trendelenburg restraint technology exists that was purpose built to effectively and safely keep patients static on the OR table even in the most extreme Trendelenburg inclinations.
This is marked by philosophy's ongoing "identity crisis," Kuno Fischer's dispute with Adolf Trendelenburg, the Materialismusstreit, and neo-Kantianism's continuing struggle to define itself with respect to Hegelianism, especially in the writings of Fischer and Eduard Zeller.
Depending on the size of the tear, patients with abductor tendon pathology may present with a Trendelenburg gait and reduced resisted abduction strength accompanied by pain.