interpleural


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interpleural

(ˌɪntəˈplʊərəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the pleurae
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A comparison of interpleural bupivacaine and intravenous pethidine for postoperative pain relief following open cholecystectomy.
1995), allowing maximal changes in interpleural pressure ([DELTA]Pplmax) to be measured under field conditions for the purpose of assessing the severity of bronchospasm (HERHOLZ et al.
13) On radiography, one crude method (whether upright or supine) is to take the average of three interpleural distances: a craniocaudal dimension at the apex, a mediolateral dimension one-third of the way down from the apex, and a mediolateral dimension two-thirds of the way down from the apex, then multiplying this average by 10 to determine the percent pneumothorax.
La respiracion espontanea, natural, que involucra la integridad del sistema respiratorio, se inicia con la inspiracion por la accion muscular que aumenta el volumen del torax, generando una presion negativa en el espacio interpleural que permite tambien el aumento del volumen pulmonar y el flujo de aire hacia la zona alveolar.
2) Multiple pain relief treatment options are available, such as oral analgesics, intravenous opioids, patient-controlled opioid analgesia, interpleural blocks, intercostal blocks, paravertebral blocks, and epidural analgesia.
Regional analgesic techniques used for children post-thoracotomy to reduce or avoid postoperative opioids previously described include an extrapleural technique for TOFOA surgery (1) and extrapleural (2-5), interpleural (6-10) and epidural (11) local anaesthetic infusion.
Issues of assessment are then explored, followed by discussion of treatment strategies for acute pain, including perioperative use of COX-2 agents, patient-controlled analgesia, perioperative epidural analgesia, and interpleural analgesia.
Los mayores niveles plasmaticos tras una unica dosis se obtienen segun este orden: interpleural > intercostal > caudal > paracervical > epidural >braquial > subcutanea > subaracnoidea.
Intraperitoneal versus interpleural morphine or bupivacaine for pain after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Interpleural analgesia in addition to a patient-controlled opioid is an alternative in such patients or in those reluctant to consider neuraxial-based techniques.