Szilárd Szatmári
Szilárd Szatmári
University of Debrecen Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
E-mail megerősítve itt: med.unideb.hu
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Impaired cerebrovascular reactivity in sepsis-associated encephalopathy studied by acetazolamide test
S Szatmári, T Végh, Á Csomós, J Hallay, I Takács, C Molnár, B Fülesdi
Critical care 14 (2), R50, 2010
672010
Reversal of neuromuscular blockade with sugammadex at the reappearance of four twitches to train-of-four stimulation
A Pongrácz, S Szatmári, R Nemes, B Fülesdi, E Tassonyi
The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 119 (1), 36-42, 2013
662013
Effects of different tidal volumes for one-lung ventilation on oxygenation with open chest condition and surgical manipulation: a randomised cross-over trial
T Végh, M Juhász, S Szatmári, A Enyedi, DI Sessler, LL Szegedi, ...
Minerva Anestesiol 79 (1), 24-32, 2013
352013
Cerebral vasoreactivity to acetazolamide is not impaired in patients with severe sepsis
B Fülesdi, S Szatmári, C Antek, Z Fülep, P Sárkány, L Csiba, C Molnár
Journal of Critical Care 27 (4), 337-343, 2012
152012
One-lung ventilation does not result in cerebral desaturation during application of lung protective strategy if normocapnia is maintained
T Végh, S Szatmári, M Juhász, I László, A Vaskó, I Takács, L Szegedi, ...
Acta Physiologica Hungarica 100 (2), 163-172, 2013
82013
Sepsis-associated encephalopathy
S Szatmári, T Végh, C Antek, I Takács, P Síró, B Fülesdi
Orvosi hetilap 151 (33), 1340-1346, 2010
62010
Assessment of cerebral tissue oxygen saturation in septic patients during acetazolamide provocation—A near infrared spectroscopy study
A Vaskó, P Siró, I László, S Szatmári, L Molnár, B Fülesdi, C Molnár
Acta Physiologica Hungarica 101 (1), 32-39, 2014
52014
Reply to" Further studies should compare the different tidal volume with adjusted PEEP levels at the same time of anesthesia"
T Végh, M Juhász, S Szatmári, A Enyedi, DI Sessler, LL Szegedi, ...
Minerva anestesiologica 79 (6), 696, 2013
2013
O-50 Effects of high and low tidal volumes on oxygenation during one-lung ventilation: is less more?
T Végh, M Juhász, S Szatmári, A Enyedi, LL Szegedi, B Fülesdi
Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia 25 (3), S21-S22, 2011
2011
Impact of normocapnic and permissive hypercapnic one-lung ventilation on arterial oxygenation
T Végh, Z Szabó-Maák, S Szatmári, J Hallay, I László, I Takács, B Fülesdi
Critical Care 15 (1), 1-190, 2011
2011
Cerebral vasoreactivity is not impaired in patients with severe sepsis
S Szatmári, Z Fülep, P Sárkány, C Antek, P Siró, C Molnár, B Fülesdi
Critical Care 15 (S1), P319, 2011
2011
A szepszishez társuló encephalopathia
S Szatmári, T Végh, C Antek, I Takács, P Síró, B Fülesdi
Orvosi Hetilap 151 (33), 1340-1346, 2010
2010
Cerebral oxygen saturation and cerebral blood flow are relatively stable during single-lung ventilation, if normocapnia is maintained
T Végh, S Szatmári, M Juhász, I László, I Takács, B Fülesdi
Critical Care 14 (1), 1-1, 2010
2010
Acetazolamide-induced cerebrovascular reactivity is impaired in sepsis-associated encephalopathy
S Szatmari, T Végh, C Molnár, C Antek, B Fülesdi
Critical Care 14 (1), 1-1, 2010
2010
LIVE-STOCK BREEDING SCIENCES PHD SCHOOL
G Nagy
DEBRECEN UNIVERSITY, 2003
2003
Cerebral blood flow examination in patients with sepsis associated encephalopathy
S Szatmári
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