Articles by Dmitry Frank in JoVE
Un nuevo método para la inducción de un depresión-como comportamiento en ratas Vladimir Zeldetz*1, Dmitry Natanel*2, Matthew Boyko2, Alexander Zlotnik2, Honore N. Shiyntum3, Julia Grinshpun2, Dmitry Frank2, Ruslan Kuts2, Evgeni Brotfain2, Jochanan Peiser2 1Department of Emergent Medicine, Soroka University Medical Center, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 2Division of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Soroka Medical Center, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 3 Este protocolo describe un nuevo modelo por el cual ratas saludables podrían contratar depresión durante un tiempo determinado periodthrough contagio por exposición a crónico imprevisible hizo hincapié en las ratas (CUS).
Other articles by Dmitry Frank on PubMed
Urine Flow Rate Monitoring in Hypovolemic Multiple Trauma Patients World Journal of Emergency Surgery : WJES. 2017 | Pubmed ID: 28828035 The urine output is an important clinical parameter of renal function and blood volume status, especially in critically ill multiple trauma patients. In the present study, the minute-to-minute urine flow rate and its variability were analyzed in hypotensive multiple trauma patients during the first 6 h of their ICU (intensive care unit) stay. These parameters have not been previously reported.
InvasiveInfection After Upper Gastrointestinal Tract Surgery for Gastric Cancer International Journal of Surgical Oncology. 2017 | Pubmed ID: 29234525 Upper gastrointestinal tract (GIT) surgical procedures are more likely to cause nosocomialthan lower GIT procedures and they thus constitute an independent risk factor for mortality. Because of the severity of postsurgical fungal infections complications, intensivists and surgeons need to be extremely aware of their clinical importance in critically ill postsurgical intensive care unit (ICU) patients. We analyzed the clinical and microbiological data of 149 oncologic patients who were hospitalized in the ICU at Soroka Medical Center between January 2010 and January 2015 after undergoing upper GIT surgery for gastric cancer. Invasive fungal infections related to secondary peritonitis following oncologic upper GIT surgery had a higher mortality rate than patients with nonfungal postoperative infectious complications. The presence of gastroesophageal junction leakage and advanced age were found to be independent risk factors for invasive fungal infection after oncologic upper GIT surgery.