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Patients undergoing total intravenous anesthesia with remimazolam are among the most significant aspects of health care quality, but no published randomized control trial focusing on the quality of recovery in patients undergoing total intravenous anesthesia with remimazolam is available. Methods This parallel-group, single-blind controlled trial at a tertiary care medical center in South Korea was conducted to determine the difference in the quality of recovery between patients receiving remimazolam and those receiving an inhalant anesthetic agent. The decrement of the QoR-40 score on postoperative day 1 was the key success measure, relative to the QoR-40 score on the day before surgery. In Group R than in Group D, the decretion of the QoR-40 score was smaller than in Group D. Conclusions: Anesthesia maintained with an inhalant agent in patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery with remimazolam gives a greater rate of recovery than anesthesia maintained with an inhalant agent.
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BACKGROUND INSIGHT Nasal endoscopy is now available to ENT surgeons. On November 16, 2021, Methodology MEDLINE, EMBASE, and the Cochrane Library were searched for papers that reported endoscopic findings of patients with documented allergies who had undergone nasal endoscopy. Conclusions Diffuse or polypoid oedema of the middle turbinate or watery secretions seen on nasal endoscopy may be a valuable aid in the identification and diagnosis of inhalant allergy. These clinical findings should be part of the diagnostic examination of patients that includes a medical history and survivors of allergic sensitisation from the skin and serum.
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Due to acute rhinosinusitis, 100 pediatric patients aged between 3 and 17 years were admitted to the Pediatric Otolaryngology, Phoniatrics, and Audiology of the Medical University of Lublin. The most common allergy among patients in the study group was dust mite allergy. Patients with allergies appeared at the hospital later than those without allergy, and hospitalization lasted longer than patients with asthma, elevated inflammatory markers, more frequent fever or rhinosinusitis problems, especially orbital.
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