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Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia [by] Robert Macintosh [and] J. Alfred Lee
Macintosh, Robert Reynolds (Sir)
|Contributions||Lee, John Alfred,|
|LC Classifications||RD85 S7 M2 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
Nausea, hypotension and post-dural puncture headache (PDPH) are iatrogenic morbidities commonly associated with spinal analgesia (1). Compared with cutting-edge spinal needles, those with a pencil-point cause less cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak from the dural puncture site (2), less PDPH (3) and are recommended for spinal and combined spinal-epidural (CSE) analgesia techniques in anaesthetic. Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail.
Lumbar puncture is a procedure that is often performed in the emergency department to obtain information about the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Although usually used for diagnostic purposes to rule out potential life-threatening conditions (eg, bacterial meningitis or subarachnoid hemorrhage), it is also sometimes used for therapeutic purposes. CONCERNING SPINAL ANALGESIA (II) A CRITICISM. By E. FALKNER HILL, M.D. H. VAN POST has asked for a candid MLR. C. W. of the twoDERwhich were fatal andthree other criticism technique which he used in cases of spinal anaesthesia, of the a very "near thing". Here is one. He summarises the "advantages" of the technique which he used as follows.
Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia New Search eResources User Lists Feedback Help Collection Delivery Times Visitor Update: COVID Ask a Librarian Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice. Lumbar puncture is a procedure during which a needle is inserted into the subarachnoid space to obtain cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) for laboratory analysis. CSF is formed within the ventricular choroid plexus and distributed in the ventricular system, basal cisterns and the subarachnoid space.
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Sir Robert Macintosh`s Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Analgesia: Intradural and Extradural. Atkinson, R. and J. Alfred Lee: Published by London etc., Churchill Livingstone, (). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macintosh, R.R.
(Robert Reynolds), Sir, Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Analgesia (5th edt) by Lee, J.A., et al. Churchill Livingstone, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.
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Sir Robert Macintosh's Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia: intradural and extradural. [R R Macintosh, Sir; J Alfred Lee; R S Atkinson]. John Alfred Lee + Follow Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia Hardcover – January 1, by R.
R Macintosh (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: pages, black and white, and colored illustratios by MACINTOSH, Robert Reynolds (b ) Born at Timaru, New Zealand, he was an original member of the All-Blacks rugby football team and trained as a fighter pilot.
During World War l he was a prisoner of : Sir Robert Macintosh. Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Analgesia: Intradural and Extradural Sir Robert Macintosh; Lee; Editor-R.S. Atkinson; Editor-Margaret J. Watt Published by Churchill Livingstone ().
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Lumbar puncture (LP), also known as a spinal tap, is a medical procedure in which a needle is inserted into the spinal canal, most commonly to collect cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) for diagnostic testing. The main reason for a lumbar puncture is to help diagnose diseases of the central nervous system, including the brain and es of these conditions include meningitis and subarachnoid.
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+, illus- -part played by Sir Robert's book has been ofthe greatest importance. Lee,J Alfred(John Alfred) Title(s): Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia[by] Sir Robert Macintosh [and] J. Alfred Lee. Edition: 3d ed. Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, by Margaret Atkinson and Cynthia Snider | 28 Sep (1 used offer) Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Analgesia: Intradural and Extradural.
by Sir Robert Macintosh, Lee, et al. | 1 Mar Paperback More buying choices £ (4 used offers) Go back to filtering menu. Author(s): Macintosh,R R(Robert Reynolds),Sir,; Lee,J Alfred(John Alfred); Atkinson,R S(Richard Stuart); Watt,Margaret J Title(s): Sir Robert Macintosh's Lumbar puncture and spinal analgesia: intradural and extradural.
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By Alfred Lee, R. Atkinson and M. Wan. Published by Churchill Livingstone. ; indexed; illustrated. Price £ This new edition of the classic text originally written by Sir Robert Macintosh inis usefully presented in the form of. This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above.
Sir Robert Macintosh's Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Analgesia—Intradural and Extradural (4th edn). By J. Alfred Lee and R. Atkinson. Published () by Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, London, New York. Price £ The first edition of Professor Macintosh's monograph appeare d in Th e 4th edition, publishe under th join authorship of.
cours pour la préparation au certificat d’études supérieures en anesthésie-réanimation - Tomepages. Librairie Arnette Editeur, Paris 6ième. Lumbar puncture, direct aspiration (fluid withdrawal) of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) through a hollow needle.
The needle is inserted in the lower back, usually between the third and fourth lumbar vertebrae, into the subarachnoid space of the spinal cord, where the CSF is located.
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Lumbar puncture Definition. Lumbar puncture (LP) is the technique of using a needle to withdraw cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from the spinal canal. CSF is the clear, watery liquid that protects the central nervous system from injury and cushions it from the surrounding bone structure.
It contains a variety of substances, particularly glucose (sugar), protein, and white blood cells from the immune.In recent years, the dural puncture epidural (DPE) technique has emerged as a novel method of labor analgesia.
The DPE technique involves the technical elements of a combined spinal epidural (CSE) technique but avoids the direct administration of intrathecal medications. The underlying mechanism responsible for the unique blockade qualities of the DPE technique is believed to be the.Lumbar puncture is a frequently performed procedure in medical emergencies and anaesthesia.
Headache after lumbar puncture is a common occurrence (32%) and carries a .