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sup][4] However, due to its anatomic characteristics, complications are relatively common, including pneumothorax, hemopneumothorax, inadvertent subclavian artery puncture, brachial nerve plexus injury, subclavian crush syndrome, and electrode lead fracture.
No pneumothorax or difficulty on lead operating occurred in the operation and no subclavian crush syndrome occurred in the follow-ups, which confirmed the efficacy and safety of this technique.
Alcuni pazienti, anatomicamente predisposti ed affetti da artropatia cervicale e/o diabete mellito, presentano una probabilita maggiore di altri di sviluppare una double crush syndrome (9, 10, 11, 12, 13).
Il meccanismo della double crush syndrome, descritto da Upton (4), e stato molto studiato e dibattuto: a tal fine il nostro studio si e posto come secondo obiettivo la rilevazione della prevalenza di questa patologia nel campione preso in esame.
Crush syndrome of children in the Marmara Earthquake, Turkey.
An overview of morbidity and mortality in the patients with acute renal failure due to crush syndrome.
Crush syndrome and acute kidney injury in the Wenchuan Earthquake.
9] The blunt forces produced by sjamboks inflict extensive soft-tissue trauma and crush syndrome.
Crush syndrome was defined as rhabdomyolysis (evidence of skeletal muscle injury) with a documented elevated creatine kinase level >3 times the upper limit of normal (>1 000 U/l).
1) Crush syndrome from sjambok injury is a uniquely southern African experience.
Serum potassium, creatinine and creatine kinase levels are important early parameters for assessing crush syndrome severity.
Rosedale and Wood describe a retrospective study of patients admitted with a diagnosis of crush syndrome to the emergency department of a government hospital in rural KwaZulu-Natal between November 2008 and June 2009.
Rescue and salvage of casualties suffering from the crush syndrome after mass disasters.