Includes bibliographies and index.
|Other titles||International symposium on psychic and neurological dysfunctions after open-heart surgery.|
|Statement||edited by Hubert Speidel and George Rodewald ; with contributions by T. Åberg ... [et al.].|
|Series||Schriftenreihe Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Anästhesiologie, ISSN 0342-4448 -- Bd. 19|
|Contributions||Rodewald, Georg, Speidel, Hubert, Åberg, T. 1939-|
|LC Classifications||RD598 P8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|ISBN 10||3131669012, 0913258865|
Psychopathological and Neurological Dysfunctions Following Open-Heart Surgery The Relative Importance of Psychic and Somatic Risk Factors for Postoperative Dysfunctions After Open-Heart Surgery - Preliminary Results. H.-J. Meffert, B. Flemming, P. Götze, G. Huse-Kleinstoll, Ch. Reimer, H. Speidel. Pages Early Psychic Disturbances. PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL AND NEUROLOGICAL DYSFUNCTIONS FOLWWING OPEN-HEART SURGE~ Edited by R. BECUR. New York:Springer-Verlag. , pp. $ Neurologic and psychiatric complications cause significant postoperative morbidityafter open-heartsurgery. Thisbook contains 41papersfrom a iDtemational conference. Session III Organic Findings in Patients with Postoperative Neuropsychiatric Complications.- The Relative Importance of Psychic and Somatic Risk Factors for Postoperative Dysfunctions After Open-Heart Surgery - Preliminary Results.- Early Psychic Disturbances After Open-Heart Surgery and Their Relationship to the Postoperative Clinical Course Get this from a library! Psychopathological and Neurological Dysfunctions Following Open-Heart Surgery. [Robin Becker; Jeremy M Katz; Michael-J Polonius; Hubert Speidel] -- The Surgeon as a Humanist Medicine is the most humane of the sciences and the most scientific of the humanities. Cardiac surgery today provides a most natural confluence for the high technology of.
Polonius M-J, Bleese N, Pokar H, Püschel R, Rodewald G, Weber K () Influence of postoperative psychosis after heart operations with the help of the heart-lung machine on postoperative haemodynamics and the metabolism. In: Speidel H, Rodewald G (eds) Psychic and neurological dysfunctions after open-heart surgery. Thieme, Stuttgart Google. Abstract. Neurological complications after open heart surgery have been the subject of many recent studies . However, there are only a limited number of prospective studies [2–6] which have been devoted to the occurrence of neurological abnormalities including all degrees of severity following coronary artery bypass surgery (CABS). Postoperative neurological impairment after cardiac surgery is a serious complication [1,2,3].Clinical manifestations are various, and include cognitive-behavioral disturbances, altered states of consciousness, and focal neurological deficits [4,5,6,7,8].Neurocognitive impairment occurs in 15–66% of patients at discharge, and in up to 40% of patients at 5 years after surgery [9, 10]. A prospective assessment of neuropsychological impairment in the early postoperative stage after coronary bypass surgery. Seventy patients undergoing elective coronary bypass surgery (CABG) were.
Possible neurological complications of heart surgery, ranging from headaches to strokes, are detailed in a new report. For example, complications from bypass surgery . Dahme B, Götze P () Objective classification of psychopathological symptoms after open heart surgery. In: Speidel H, Rodewald G (eds) Psychic and neurological dysfunctions after open-heart surgery. Thieme, Stuttgart Google Scholar. Psychopathological and Neurological Dysfunctions Following Open-Heart Surgery. Psychopathological and Neurological Dysfunctions Following Open-Heart Surgery pp | Cite as. Hamburg Rating Scale for Psychic Disturbances - HRPD. A Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale for the Assessment of Psychic Disturbances After Open-Heart Surgery (Preliminary. Meffert H-J, Flemming B () Psychic and psychosocial stress before open-heart operations and their relationship with postoperative psychic disturbances. In: Speidel H, Rodewald G (eds) Psychic and neurological dysfunctions after open-heart surgery. Thieme, Stuttgart, pp – Google Scholar.