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Anticoagulation and anaesthesiological interventions: theory and real practice

Patients with acute illness who receive tranexanacid (Tx) prior to hospital arrival may have a lower in-hospital mortality. To better understand whether this is a direct treatment effect or epiphenomenon of downstream care, we tested the association between a prehospital (Tx)  and the change in inflammatory cytokines,biomarkers measured at prehospital and emergency department timepoints in a sample of non-trauma, non-cardiac arrest patients at risk for critical illness.

The aim of this study is to explore factors leading to circadian dysruption in the ICU and to aaply interventions how to prevent them.

Frailty syndrome is common among vascular surgery patients, therefore they are extremely sensitive to surgical stress. We aim to investigate the different anaesthetic modalities’ ability to decrease stress and their impact on outcome

The aim of this study is to explore key players of the immune system generating secundary injury following acute ischemic stroke. This is a biomarker study.

The aim of this research is to explore clinical and metabolic factors influencing the intensity of post-operative pain and how to overcome them.

The aim of this research is to find on one hand, predictors of outcome of patients following carotid endarterectomy, on the other hand, recognizing potential therapeutic molecules which can play a role in improving the outcome of such patients.

Co-supervisor: Dr. WOTH, Gábor László

Videolaryngoscopy: clinical practice and beyond