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Mathews Journal of Surgery

2575-9531

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Recently Published Articles
Case Report

Use of Specific Supplementation for Healing in Surgical Wounds: Case Report

Published : 08th July 2022
Authors : Camila Brandão Polakowski1,2, Roseli Fillus1, Maria Sofia Rosario da Luz2, Carla Simone da Silva1, Vinicius Basso Preti1, Victoria Marzagão Ribeiro3, Valéria Abrahão Rosenfeld3
Citation : Polakowski CB, et al. (2022). Use of Specific Supplementation for healing in Surgical Wounds: Case Report. Mathews J Surg. 5(1):16.

Research Article

Serum Laboratory Biomarkers to Estimate the Probability of Complicated Appendicitis: CRP and LDH

Published : 12th May 2022
Authors : Dr. Peyman Virani1, Dr. Ozra Nouri2, Dr. Ali Farbod1, Mahshid Dehghan2, Aisan Akhgari2*, Zahra Javadpour Ebrahim2
Citation : Akhgari Aisan, et al. (2022). Serum laboratory biomarkers to estimate the probability of complicated appendicitis: CRP and LDH. Mathews J Surg. 5(1):15.

Research Article

Paediatric RSI: Out with the Old, in with the New?

Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Rania Haydar1*, Timothy Keady1, Nick Eustace2, Suzanne Crowe1
Citation : Haydar R, et al. (2020). Paediatric RSI: Out with the old, in with the new?. Mathews J Surgery. (4)1:14.

Research Article

Thoracoscopic versus Open Repair of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Published : 23rd October 2019
Authors : Shaoguang Feng, Yi Lou, Aihe Wang, and Weiguang Liu*
Citation : Citation: Liu W. (2019). Thoracoscopic versus Open Repair of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Mathews J Surgery. 3(1): 13.

Research Article

Trifecta Aortic Valve Replacement in Elderly and Polymorbid Patients: Clinical and Echocardiographic Follow-Up

Published : 12th October 2018
Authors : Francesco Venditti1 , Pierluigi Stefàno2 , Ramona Santangeli2 , Claudio Blanzola2 , Maria Riccarda Del Bene1 , Sabina Caciolli2 , Stefano Del Pace2 , Giuseppe Barletta1
Citation : Citation: Venditti F, Stefàno P, Santangeli R, Blanzola C, et al. (2018). Trifecta Aortic Valve Replacement in Elderly and Polymorbid Patients: Clinical and Echocardiographic Follow-Up. M J Surg. 2(1): 013.

Case Report

Surgical Management Of Maxillary Osteonecrosis Associated With Bisphosphonate Treatment: Case Report And Literature Review

Published : 10th October 2018
Authors : Sánchez López José Darío1* , Cariati Paolo1 , Cambil Martín Jacobo2 , Villegas Calvo Mercedes3 , Moreno Martín María Luisa4
Citation :  Darío SLJ, Paolo C, Jacobo CM, Mercedes VC, et al. (2018). Surgical Management Of Maxillary Osteonecrosis Associated With Bisphosphonate Treatment: Case Report And Literature Review. Mathews J Surgery. 2(1): 012.

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