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spot

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reinforcement

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mend

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not be a patch on something or someone

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  • not be as good as
  • not hold a candle to

patch someone up

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patch something up: settle

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patch something up: mend

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to restore to proper condition or functioning

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a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation

a piece of cloth used as decoration or to mend or cover a hole

a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition

a short set of commands to correct a bug in a computer program

a connection intended to be used for a limited time

sewing that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment)

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a protective cloth covering for an injured eye

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to join or unite the pieces of

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provide with a patch

repair by adding pieces

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Considering that the epidural blood patch is a technique that generates fear in our patients and whose use is not completely harmless, I consider that the time has come to pave the way for methods that have proved to be useful in the management of other types of headaches and are showing preliminarily value in the difficult scenario of obstetric analgesia/anesthesia.
Epidural blood patch was conducted by experienced staff anesthesiologists, using strict as eptic technique, on a patient in a sitting position with the legs dependent as it is easier to perform and takes less procedural time in sitting position.
If symptoms persist after 24 hours of bed-rest, the use of an epidural blood patch (EBP) should be considered.
A purely conservative approach to management consists of bed rest, oral hydration, generous caffeine intake and steroid therapy, but autologous epidural blood patch (EBP) has emerged as the most important non-surgical management (6-8).
Autologous blood patch in persistent air leaks after pulmonary resection.
Although 20 mL is the most commonly used volume for therapeutic epidural blood patch (EBP), some experts have advocated using smaller or larger volumes.
Epidural blood patch (EBP) is frequently employed to treat PDPH (1).
Bu konuya dikkat ceken ve postoperatif uzamis hava kacagi nedeniyle otolog blood patch ile hizli ve etkili bir tedavi saglayan bazi calismacilar yontemin basarisini bildirmislerdir [4-7,9].
The patient received a standard epidural blood patch, and his headache resolved immediately.
Give intravenous fluids and analgesia, and consider administering a blood patch.
Autologous epidural blood patch is used to treat the CSF leak, even when MRI has not located the exact site of the leak.
For an epidural blood patch, 10-20 mL of autologous blood is injected into the epidural space.
The spinal tap generally does not help in diagnosing migraine, however, and may actually cause a post-lumbar puncture headache, which can be severe and require a blood patch to correct.
Severe PDPH was defined as a headache that resulted in the patients being unable to perform his or her daily activities or being confined to bed and requiring oral or IV analgesic and/or epidural blood patch for treatment.