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Experimetal surgery X.

Experimetal surgery X.

Basic rules of surgical work. Asepsis and antisepsis. Surgical hand Scrubbing. Preparation of the Surgical Field. Dressing into Surgical Gown and Glowes. Drapping of the Surgical Field.                                       

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 111x | published on: 28.1.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XVIII.

Experimetal surgery XVIII.

 Experimental model of biliary obstruction - a pilot study. Introduction. Surgery. Postsurgical Period. Biochemistry. Ultrasonography. Termination of Experiment and Results.                                                                  

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 51x | published on: 27.4.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XVII.

Experimetal surgery XVII.

 Experimental model of liver regeneration in a toxically damaged liver parenchyma, experiment on a domestic pig. The Metabolism of Amino Acids, Carbohydrates and Lipids in the Liver. Steatohepatitis. Alcoholic Steatohepatitis ASH. Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis - NASH. Chemotherapy-Associated Steatohepatitis - CASH. Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGF-β).

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 57x | published on: 27.4.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XV.

Experimetal surgery XV.

 The Effect of Cytokines and Growth Factors on the Regeneration of the Liver, Embolisation of the Portal Vein Branch, The Methods of the Experimental Study of the Ligation of the Right Branch of the Portal Vein, The Results of the Study, Conclusions of the Study.                                             

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 59x | published on: 27.4.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XIV.

Experimetal surgery XIV.

 Postoperative care in experimental surgery is limited by the environment in which the animals are held. Basic postoperative care includes maintaining the airway patency by leaving the tracheal tube in until complete recovery from the anesthesia, and it also comprises analgesia, which leads to early mobilisation of the animal.

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 67x | published on: 27.4.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XIII.

Experimetal surgery XIII.

 Surgery starts with a skin incision. The incision should always be placed in the direction of the grain of the skin. The correct localisation of the wound is also important for the experimental animal because the surrounding tissues are damaged less. The names of the approaches are derived from the approached cavities, for example, craniotomy, thoracotomy and laparotomy.

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 75x | published on: 28.1.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XII.

Experimetal surgery XII.

 1 Preparation for Surgery and the Arrangement of the Operating Theatre. Hemostasis. Preparation. The Technique of Knotting. The Technique of Sewing an Anastomosis. Drainage.                                                                  

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 86x | published on: 28.1.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimetal surgery XI.

Experimetal surgery XI.

  In the previous presentation the terms disinfection and sterile material were used. Now their meaning will be explained. Disinfection, Sterilization, Physical sterilization with dry heat, Physical sterilization with wet heat, Physical sterilization with radiation, Sterilization with gas (plasma), Chemical sterilization

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 103x | published on: 28.1.2020 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimental surgery II.

Experimental surgery II.

The importance of experimental work for current medical practice. Experiments on Cell Cultures. Experiments on Animals. Management of animal experimentation - ethical aspects of animal experiments. Historical Development, The Rule of the Three R.                     

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 108x | published on: 21.12.2018 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License

Experimental surgery I.

Experimental surgery I.

 The history of the use of experimental and laboratory animals: Ancient Cultures, Egypt and the Hebrew Civilisation, ancient Greece. The Deterioration of Mediaeval Medicine. The Renaissance of Medicine, the Medicine of the Renaissance. The Birth of Experiment. The Establishment of Modern Scientific Approaches.

 
author: Václav Liška | discipline: Health Care Sciences | viewed: 678x | published on: 28.8.2018 | last modified on: 28.5.2020 | Creative Commons License
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