Stanley H. Rosenbaum, Author at Psychiatry Advisor

Stanley H. Rosenbaum

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Common Bile Duct Exploration – Procedures

What the Anesthesiologist Should Know before the Operative Procedure Common bile duct procedures may cause problems for many practitioners because of the associated comorbidities. It is not uncommon that these patients present with significant cardiopulmonary issues. What raises the level of acuity is the presence of liver dysfunction and/or concomitant sepsis. Some of the patients…

Thyroidectomy

What the Anesthesiologist Should Know before the Operative Procedure Indications for thyroidectomy include thyroid carcinoma, thyroid nodules, goiter (enlarged thyroid) with compressive symptoms, toxic nodule(s) that cannot be controlled medically, and Graves disease. There are several different thyroidectomy procedures. A total thyroidectomy removes the entire gland and is the most common procedure performed. It is…

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