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THE PROBLEM OF POSTOPERATIVE COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY IN EMERGENCY SURGERY

2021 ◽
Author(s):
Maisuradze Alla

The occurrence of postoperative cognitive dysfunction is a negative consequence of vascular endothelial dysfunction in patients with grade I-II obesity with appropriate metabolic shifts and comorbid background, which increases the duration of treatment and worsens the prognosis in patients with acute surgical pathology. It is important to add endothelioprotectors to the intensive care unit. L-arginine hydrochloride has been shown to be pathogenetically justified as a prophylaxis for an increase in the level of antigens to von Willebrand factor in the blood of obese patients with acute surgical pathology. Administration of this substance before and during surgery is likely to improve mental performance in the postoperative period in patients with elevated body mass index, who underwent emergency cholecystectomy.

2016 ◽
Vol 80(3)
pp. 398-404
Author(s):
Matthew B. Bloom
Andrea A. Zaw
David M. Hoang
Russell Mason
Rodrigo F. Alban
Rex Chung
Nicolas Melo
Oksana Volod
Eric J. Ley
Daniel R. Margulies

2010 ◽
Vol 38(5)
pp. 1308-1314
Author(s):
Jean-Baptiste M. Paolini
Julien Mancini
Michèle Genestal
Hélène Gonzalez
Rachel Eshima McKay
Kamran Samii
Olivier A. Fourcade

2020 ◽
Vol 34(4)
pp. 361-366
Author(s):
Edcleide Oliveira dos Santos Olinto
Gina Araújo Martins Feitosa
Izaura Odir Lima Gomes da Costa
Janine Maciel Barbosa
Ericka Vilar Bôtto Targino
Paloma Egídio Andrade de Sousa
Camila Melo de Araújo

2020 ◽
Vol 39(3)
pp. 480-483
Author(s):
Monteiro Geraldin
N Anupama
Rekha D. Kini
Nayanatara A. K.
Sneha Shetty
Vinodini N. A.
Bhagyalakshmi K.

2019 ◽
Author(s):
W.-H. Lin
S.-Y. Ruan
J.-Y. Chien
P.-H. Kuo
S.-C. Ku
Y.-C. Chien
P.-L. Lee
L.-C. Kuo
H.-D. Wu
H.-C. Wang

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