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    hub sciencedirect scopus applications register login login go to scival suite username: password: remember me | not registered? Forgotten your username or password? Go to athens / institution login remote access activation home publications search my settings my alerts shopping cart help export citation purchase more options... Email article signed up for journal alerts [remove] alert me about new articles in this journal your selection(s) could not be saved due to an internal error. Please try again. Search     all fields     author advanced search     journal/book title     volume   issue   page search tips article outline is loading... Javascript required for article outline the annals of thoracic surgery volume 81, issue 1, january 2006, pages 309–313 original article video-assisted thoracic surgery for pleural empyema peter n. Wurnig, md , , victoria wittmer, md, nestor s. Pridun, md, peter h. Hollaus, md department of thoracic surgery, otto-wagner hospital, vienna, austria accepted 24 june 2005 available online 19 december 2005 how to cite or link using doi permissions & reprints view full text purchase $31. 50 patients and methods results comment the thoracic surgery foundation for research and education references background after we gained considerable experience with video-assisted thoracic surgery (vats) and became familiar with its advantages, we started to use it for the treatment of thoracic empyema. Methods we treated one hundred thirty patients with pleural empyema in whom chest tube drainage and antibiotic therapy had failed to produce a satisfactory result. Six months after surgery they had clinical and radiologic assessment and spirometry. Results video-assisted surgery was performed in all patients. Mean operative time was 93 minutes (range, from 55 to 180 minutes), mean duration of postoperative chest tube drainage was 10 days (range, from 5 to 32 days), and mean hospital stay was 16 days (range, from 3 to 56 days). The rate of conversion to open thoracotomy was 3. 1%. Complications for which reoperation was necessary occurred in 9% of patients. At follow-up after six months, the mean forced expiratory volume in 1 second was 87. 7% (range, from 69. 5% to 105. 9%), the mean postoperative vital capacity was 84. 4%, (range, from 59. 9% to 97. 9%). There were no postoperative or procedure-related deaths. Conclusions video-assisted thoracic surgery is a safe and effective treatment option for fibropurulent empyema with low morbidity and mortality. Conversion to thoracotomy should be us. buy generic viagra generic viagra usa pharmacy buy cheap viagra buy viagra online prescriptions for viagra classicmotocrossimages.com/mbs-order-cheap-viagra-online-jt/ cheap viagra online buy generic viagra buy viagra online http://classicmotocrossimages.com/mbs-cheap-viagra-without-prescription-usa-ys/ Jo Harrington is a British Wiccan historian, whose works have finally spread from the internet into a tangible book. Her passion has become diverted into the need for more academic studies to support a world changing to facilitate the growing numbers of Pagan practitioners.

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