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1945 18
1946 71
1947 96
1948 99
1949 100
1950 116
1951 117
1952 139
1953 125
1954 144
1955 118
1956 143
1957 96
1958 126
1959 110
1960 120
1961 116
1962 112
1963 253
1964 361
1965 234
1966 220
1967 272
1968 282
1969 299
1970 312
1971 308
1972 331
1973 340
1974 359
1975 345
1976 335
1977 351
1978 343
1979 431
1980 383
1981 397
1982 473
1983 493
1984 522
1985 558
1986 494
1987 538
1988 478
1989 574
1990 616
1991 598
1992 526
1993 515
1994 451
1995 471
1996 474
1997 480
1998 464
1999 466
2000 500
2001 541
2002 476
2003 475
2004 525
2005 528
2006 514
2007 583
2008 582
2009 627
2010 683
2011 699
2012 649
2013 625
2014 652
2015 566
2016 620
2017 478
2018 474
2019 236
2020 6
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Secondary peritonitis: principles of diagnosis and intervention.
Ross JT, et al. BMJ 2018 - Review. PMID 29914871 Free PMC article.
Secondary peritonitis accounts for 1% of urgent or emergent hospital admissions and is the second leading cause of sepsis in patients in intensive care units globally. ...In this article, we review the pathophysiology of peritonitis and its potential progression to sepsis, discuss the utility and limitations of the physical examination and laboratory and radiographic tests, and present a paradigm for the management of secondary peritonitis....
Secondary peritonitis accounts for 1% of urgent or emergent hospital admissions and is the second leading cause of sepsis in patients …
Candida peritonitis.
Hasibeder W and Halabi M. Minerva Anestesiol 2014 - Review. PMID 24002461 Free article.
METHODS: An electronic medical database search using "Candida" and "Peritonitis" as main search terms in conjunction with specific key words relevant to the topic. ...Risk factors for developing CP include upper gastrointestinal tract perforation, Candida colonization, tertiary peritonitis, the severity of disease, premorbid conditions, cardiovascular failure, total parenteral nutrition, any drain/line breaching normally sterile barriers, development of peritonitis in the hospital, abdominal surgery and previous antibiotic therapy. ...
METHODS: An electronic medical database search using "Candida" and "Peritonitis" as main search terms in conjunction with specific ke …
[Peritonitis aggressiveness assessment].
Vachev AN, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 2018. PMID 30531750 Russian.
Peritonitis due to perforated duodenal ulcer was taken as a model. Patients were conditionally divided into three groups depending on the time after perforation: 6-12, 13-24 and over 24 hours. ...AIM: simple and reproducible method for determining the aggressiveness of peritonitis was developed. The authors believe that the diagnostic test is useful to individualize surgical approach in patient with advanced. peritonitis regardless time after perforation....
Peritonitis due to perforated duodenal ulcer was taken as a model. Patients were conditionally divided into three groups depending on
[Pathogenesis and classification of advanced peritonitis].
Saraev AR and Nazarov SK. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 2019 - Review. PMID 31825350 Russian.
The concept of pathogenesis of peritonitis and abdominal sepsis are discussed in the article. Significant scientific findings devoted to this issue occurred in recent years. Nevertheless, there is still no unity in understanding the pathogenesis of peritonitis. Accordingly, the question of its classification is still open. ...
The concept of pathogenesis of peritonitis and abdominal sepsis are discussed in the article. Significant scientific findings devoted …
[Sclerosing peritonitis].
Dutranoy JC and Molle G. J Chir (Paris) 2005 - Review. PMID 15976629 French.
Sclerosing peritonitis (also described as sclerosing obstructive peritonitis, encapsulating peritonitis, obliterative adhesive peritonitis, abdominal cocoon syndrome) is not well-known by the general surgeon; most reviews of this subject occur in the nephrology literature. ...The surgeon should recognize sclerosing peritonitis grossly when it is encountered and adapt his surgical strategy accordingly....
Sclerosing peritonitis (also described as sclerosing obstructive peritonitis, encapsulating peritonitis, obliterative a …
Barium peritonitis in small animals.
Ko JJ and Mann FA. J Vet Med Sci 2014 - Review. PMID 24430662 Free PMC article.
Barium peritonitis is extremely rare, but is difficult to treat and may be life-threatening. Barium suspension leakage from the gastrointestinal tract into the abdominal cavity has a time-dependent and synergistically deleterious effect in patients who have generalized bacterial peritonitis. ...Abdominal fluid analysis is a useful and efficient method to diagnose barium peritonitis. Serial radiographs may not be a reliable or timely diagnostic technique. ...
Barium peritonitis is extremely rare, but is difficult to treat and may be life-threatening. Barium suspension leakage from the gastr …
Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis caused by Gram-negative bacteria: an update of epidemiology and antimicrobial treatments.
Fiore M, et al. Expert Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol 2019 - Review. PMID 31107612
Introduction: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is a main infectious complication in end-stage liver disease (ESLD) patients. ...
Introduction: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is a main infectious complication in end-stage liver disease (ESLD) patients. . …
Secondary peritonitis - evaluation of 204 cases and literature review.
Doklestić SK, et al. J Med Life 2014 - Review. PMID 25408716 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: This article comments on epidemiology, diagnosis and general principles of surgical management in patients with secondary peritonitis. ...Acid peptic disease was the most common cause of perforation peritonitis 60 (29,41%), following by the perforated appendicitis 45 ( 22,06%). ...
OBJECTIVE: This article comments on epidemiology, diagnosis and general principles of surgical management in patients with secondary peri
Peritonitis.
Hoffer RE. Vet Clin North Am 1973 - Review. PMID 4570540
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