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Surgical treatment at UCH consisted of aggressive debridement of infected bone and soft tissue, as well as explantation of any infected hardware with 2-stage revision of infected prostheses.
The marginally lower incidence in our study could be justified by the fact that only cases of CRI were included in the present study, and patients who underwent revision surgery without cochlear explantation (e.g.
HBA1c decreased by 1.3% at the time of explantation. The effect of the EndoBarrier on weight loss was also investigated, which included 10 studies with a total of 352 patients.
Four weeks following her explantation, the patient returned to the operating room for placement of a second temporary weight bearing custom-fitted prosthesis made from methyl methacrylate with gentamicin-impregnated antibiotics [13] (Figures 7 and 8).
Induction of interleukin-1 in articular cartilage by explantation and cutting.
Tissue explantation, mechanical isolation by dissection and trituration of tissue samples, chelation to obtain isolated crypts or cells, and proteolytic enzyme digestion to prepare cellular aggregates and retain direct interactions of epithelial cells with stromal cells and the extracellular matrix (Kaeffer, 2002).
As the anaesthetist on call on 3 December 1967, he was part of the team led by Chris Barnard that performed the world's first human-to-human heart transplant operation, during which he cared for the donor during the explantation procedure before assisting senior anaesthetist Dr Joseph Ozinsky.
Meanwhile, the donor rabbit was submitted to median thoracotomy and exposure of the heart; at this point, the animal was heparinized and explantation of the heart was made after topic hypothermia with 4[degrees]C ringer lactate.
MBRSC's bid proposal includes a thorough explantation about the UAE space sector, the Centre's proposed plan to host the congress, importance of hosting IAC for the first time in an Arab and Islamic country, its positive impact on the space sector in the country and the region.
In case of infected or exposed cardiac devices, when device explantation is not feasible, salvage by repositioning often becomes imperative.
develop infection of the device requiring explantation. Only one patient
All explantation to IB's in SD nuclei differing by one or two particle numbers factor to the odd-even difference in the moments of inertia, namely the pair force, is substantially weakened for high-spin SD states.