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Mirzamohamad Nazer. Incidence of co-existing disease in patients undergoing eye surgery before anesthesia. IJN. 1999; 0 (22) :44-48
URL: http://ijn.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1320-en.html

Abstract:   (2676 Views)

  This is a descriptive survey to define the incidence of co-existing disease in patients undergoing eye surgery before

  anesthesia in hospitals of the Ministry of Health and Education in 1993.

  In this survey 2000 patients ' records have been studied who were admitted 10 the hospitals. Collecting of data

  was done by checklist that contained questions about the condition of the heart and lungs, liver, kidneys, presence of

  diabetis mellitus or hypertension and previous cerebral vascular accident.

  Findings of this study are summerized in 20 tables of frequency and standard deviation and mean values.

  The incidence of co-existing disease in cases before anesthesia was 96.2 % with hypertension having the highest

  incidence among co- existing disease. These findings lead investigator to make some suggestions for fallow-up

research. Application of this study in medical areas especially in anesthesia of patients undergoing eye surgery.
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Received: 2012/10/3

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