Ketamine For Postoperative Pain Management

Greta Kasputytė, Aurika Karbonskienė Abstract Effective postoperative pain management enhances early postoperative rehabilitation and may improve outcomes of surgical treatment. New analgetic medications and combinations of these are sought for optimal analgesia with lowest possible incidence of side effects. Ketamine is an old general anaesthetic. Low doses of it might be used as a adjunct…

The Evaluation Of Mental State Of Woman Who Gave Preterm Birth

Andrius Jurėnas, Virginija Paliulytė Abstract Object of the thesis is to evaluate mental state of women who gave preterm birth and to estimate a need of psychological consultations during postnatal period. Materials and methods. Prospective anonymous questionnaire survey carried out at Vilnius University Hospital Santara clinic’s, Center of Obstetrics and Gynecology during the period from…

Primary Care Physicians’ Knowledge About Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Gintarė Kazbaraitė, Kristina Liesionytė Abstract Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic, inflammatory, recurrent, debilitating skin disease of the hair follicle that often relentlessly progresses and presents after puberty. This rare disease manifests in painful lesions (multiple abscesses, sinus tracts, open comedones) that may cause hypertrophic scars and immobility. Aim – to evaluate primary care physicians’…

Dependency Of Warfarin Therapy Efficiency Among Patients With Chronic Atrial Fibrillation On The Distance To Medical Institution

Gediminas Urbonas, Viltė Medzevičiūtė, Saulius Andruškevičius Abstract The aim: to determine the dependency of warfarin therapy efficiency among patients with chronic atrial fibrillation (AF) on the distance to medical institution, also to compare warfarin therapy efficiency and the distance to medical institution in different gender or age groups and evaluate relations between warfarin therapy efficiency…

Cerebral Vascular Lesions Associated With Coronary Heart Disease

Evelina Marija Blažytė, Viltė Gabrielė Samsonė, Daina Krančiukaitė – Butylkinienė, Jūratė Dementavičienė Abstract In this study, we analyzed patients with coronary heart disease who underwent brain magnetic resonance tomography in order to determine cerebral vascular lesions associated with coronary heart disease and to evaluate the results. Retrospective study was carried out at Vilnius University Hospital,…

Time From Injury To Surgery Impact On Recovery Results After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Rokas Jurkonis, Rimtautas Gudas Abstract Purpose: the aim of this study is to determine do the time factor have influence on recovery results after ACL-R in line with other patient related factors. There are hypotheses as follow: 1. Early ACL-R have lower the postoperative laxity difference measured. 2. Incidence of meniscal tears and chondral degenerative…

Comparison Of Effectiveness Between Drugs For Overactive Bladder Syndrome

Vita Kvekšaitė, Ieva Vasilavičiūtė, Monika Zinkevičiūtė, Povilas Aniulis, Rosita Aniulienė Abstract Objective. To evaluate and to compare the effectiveness of drugs for overactive bladder and influence of different conditions with OAB in one women outpatient department. Method. 218 cases of women with OAB were analyzed in the retrospective study. Anamnestic information: age, duration of menopause,…

Analysis Of Histological Findings And Indications Of Percutaneous Liver Biopsy Performed At The Hospital Of Lithuanian University Of Health Sciences Kaunas Clinics, Department Of Gastroenterology

Brigita Vaidachovičiūtė, Lukas Šemeklis, Sandra Rimšelytė Abstract Percutaneous liver biopsy is an important diagnostic tool applied for the evaluation and management of liver diseases. Currently liver biopsy has three major roles: for diagnosis of liver diseases, for assessment of prognosis (disease staging) and/or the evaluation of therapeutic management efficacy. Due to increasing number of performed…

Primary School Children’s Physical Capability Analysis Lithuania: Study Year 2016

Irina Klizienė, Gintautas Cibulskas, Audronė Astrauskienė, Jovita Vilkienė, Karolis Urbanavičius, Ovidijus Stropus, Daiva Bartninkienė Abstract Examination’s materials and methods. The study took place during September-December in 2016, in the eight Lithuanian primary education classes. The study included students from 1-2 grade (n = 780), including 390 girls and 390 boys. During physical education classes, students…

Perceived Abuse Experience, Emotion Regulation And Somatic Complaints In Early Adolescence

Lina Gervinskaitė-Paulaitienė, Austėja Marija Baškytė, Neringa Čėnaitė, Lina Matutytė, Marija Šiaučiūnaitė, Rasa Barkauskienė Abstract Child abuse and neglect is a global public health problem that is linked with various negative consequences such as poor emotional regulation, psychosomatic complaints. However, understanding of these links during early adolescence is incomplete. The goal of this research was to…