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Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis

Theodore Newell Rafferty

Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis

including its relationship to the broader aspects of collapse therapy

by Theodore Newell Rafferty

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Published by Grune [and] Stratton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lungs -- Collapse,
  • Pneumothorax,
  • Tuberculosis

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 179-188.

    Statementby T.N. Rafferty ... Introduction by Henry Stuart Willis ...
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 192 p. illus., diagrs.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16205092M

    B. R. CLARKE, S. L. W. ERSKINE; THE LATE RESULTS OF ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS|1, QJM: An International Journal of Medicine, Volume 9, I. [Artificial pneumothorax in the combined therapy of destructive pulmonary tuberculosis] Andrenko AA, Fedorova MV, Grishchenko NG, Tadzhieva NV Probl Tuberk, (1), 01 Jan

    The purposes of this article are to review in detail a series of patients treated with pneumothorax, to outline contra-indications and to evaluate the use of streptomycin in patients treated with pneumothorax, and to offer an explanation of the decline in use of this treatment. The series comprises patients admitted to the Fitzsimmons Army Hospital, Denver, Colorado, during   Joachim Ziemsen further explains to Castorp that the patients with artificial pneumothorax were in some way brought together by the procedure. In the sanatorium they were known as the “Half-Lung Club,” a handful of patients most affected by pulmonary tuberculosis and whose lungs needed rest to .

    BACKGROUND: Pneumothorax is a well known complication of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), particularly in patients with advanced TB. METHODS: At our national TB-referral hospital, we compared the medical records of 53 TB patients with pneumothorax and TB patients without pneumothorax, seen in to We analyzed data on demographics; TB type (smear-positive, smear-negative. INTRODUCTION. Tuberculosis (TB) is a long-recognized and well-documented cause of secondary spontaneous pneumothorax, 1,2 with an incidence of approximately 5% in postprimary (pulmonary) TB patients. 3 Pleural infection results from rupture of subpleural caseous lesions, resulting in accumulation of a chronic empyema. A bronchopleural fisutla may occur spontaneously during the natural history.


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Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis by Theodore Newell Rafferty Download PDF EPUB FB2

Artificial Pneumothorax: Its Practical Application in the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Contributions By Saranac Lake Physicians to the Studies of the Trudeau Foundation Hardcover – January 1, by Packard; Hayes and Blanchet (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Packard; Hayes and Blanchet.

Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis, including its relationship to the broader aspects of collapse therapy. InDr. T.G. Heaton dedicated his book, Arti­ ficial Pneumothorax in Pulmonary Tuberculosis, "to the day on which tuberculosis shall join typhoid fever and other defeated foes behind the barbed wire of.

ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX AND OTHER SURGICAL METHODS IN ADVANCED TUBERCULOSIS AND PLEURISY. By J. GRAVESEN, Dr. Med. (Copenhagen), Late Chief Assistant, Vejlefjord Sanatorium, Denmark; Late Medical Superintendent, U. Sanatorium, Madanapalle; Appointed Chief Physician and Director, Vejlefjord Sanatorium, Denmark.

During Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis book little more than two years work in. Artificial pneumothorax achieves many great successes, but it gives rise to many great disappointments.

An artificial pneumothorax, if it produces complete collapse of the affected lung and the case is rightly chosen on general as well as local grounds, is one of the most beneficial of modern methods in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

THE PLACE OF ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX IN THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS* By PHILIP ELLMAN, M.D., F.R.C.P. Physician to the North-East Metropolitan HospitalBoardat the East HamChest Clinic, Hart's Sanatorium and Mile End Hospital In view of the increasing advances in our knowledge of pulmonary tuberculosis it is indeed.

Artificial pneumothorax as we know it today, discriminately used with adequate radiological control, has certainly revolutionized the manage-ment of certain cases of pulmonary tuberculosis, particularly in regard to mechanical factors con-fined to the local lung lesion.

While recognizing this I intend, for purposes of this discussion, to. 1 – 3 Artificial pneumothorax was independently developed as a treatment in the United States, but did not gain widespread popularity there until several years later. 1 – 3 Although the procedure was an important part of treatment until the introduction of effective antibiotics, tuberculosis remained such an overwhelming public health problem that it provided a powerful stimulus for continued surgical.

of choice in most severe cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. Also known as lung collapse therapy and therapeutic pneumothorax, PNX was unable to cure the disease completely, but it intervened in the disease process, slowing down its progression.

However, from its incep-tion collapse therapy was highly controversial due to the. Sakula A. Carlo Forlanini, inventor of artificial pneumothorax for treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

This book provides a discussion of collapse therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis, with special reference to artificial pneumothorax. Get this from a library. Artificial pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis. [Thomas Gilbert Heaton].

The author of this valuable and interesting book on artificial pneumothorax was formerly resident physician at the William H. Maybury Sanitorium (the Detroit Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitorium), Northville, Mich. The book is divided into three main sections: general considerations, choice of cases and management.

Though spontaneous pneumothorax (SP) is a well-known complication of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), there are very few reports addressing this topic. For this reason, we retrospectively analysed the experience of SP in patients diagnosed with TB in our hospital between and Out of patients treated for SP during this period, 47 (%) had TB antecedents, 21 with active TB (% of.

Many patients with tuberculosis (TB)-related pseudochylothoraces have been treated with artificial pneumothorax for pulmonary TB and have chronic pleural effusions secondary to the atelectatic lung.

Pleural fluid from TB-related pseudochylothoraces is usually culture negative. The exact pathogenesis of pseudochylothorax is poorly understood.

A Survey of Artificial Pneumothorax in Representative American Tuberculosis Sanatoria, – With Special Attention to the Question of Termination of Treatment and Later Results Andrew Peters, Alton S.

Pope, William H. Morriss, Edward N. Packard, and Oscar O. Miller. ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX IN THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS; Articles ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX IN THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS Br Med J ; ARTIFICIAL PNEUMOTHORAX IN THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS.

A Clinical Study of Eighteen Cases. Br Med J ; BibTeX (win & mac)Download. THE successful practice of artificial I pneumothorax in pulmonary tuberculosis requires the complete co-operation of the clinician and the roentgenologist.

So necessary is this that it is impossible to carry the treatment to a successful conclusion without careful roentgenologic studies throughout the long period required for pneumothorax therapy. With this in mind, it behooves us as roentgenologists to have a thorough knowledge of the various phases in the treatment.

Through the first half of this century, artificial pneumothorax (AP) had been the preferred method for control of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). It offered prompt, relative recovery and early re-establishment of a comfortable or useful way of life. artificial pneumothoraxtherapy r the etitisii lmedicaljournal a paper on some practical points in the treatment of pulm-onary tuberculosis by artificial pneumothorax by a.

lisle punch, m.b., m.r.c.p. senior physician, royal northern hospital, and physician to the bronipton iiospital for consuniption and diseases of the chest. 3. The pleural and pulmonary dynamics are discussed with reference to artificial pneumothorax and stress is laid on the importance of the bronchial movements and calibre changes.

4. The pathology of pulmonary tuberculosis is touched upon at points which concern this work. 5.Pulmonary tuberculosis is by far the most common manifestation of TB witnessed throughout the Stannington records.

Prior to the development and use of any effective antibiotic treatments the most common form of intervention was the induction of an artificial pneumothorax. Many of the different treatments employed to treat TB of all types at this time were based on the principles of resting and.Artificial pneumothorax is the introduction of air into the pleural cavity, leading to the collapse of the affected lung.

Prior to the discovery of specific chemopreparations, artificial pneumothorax was considered the most effective method of treating patients with .