Publications of Colette FRANSSEN
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See detailInfluence of Levobupivacaine Regional Scalp Block on Hemodynamic Stability, Intra- and Postoperative Opioid Consumption in Supratentorial Craniotomies: A Randomized Controlled Trial
CARELLA, Michele ULiege; TRAN, Gabriel ULiege; FRANSSEN, Colette ULiege et al

in Anesthesia and Analgesia (2021), 132(2), 500-511

In supratentorial craniotomies, SB improves hemodynamic control during noxious events and provides adequate and prolonged postoperative pain control as compared to placebo.

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See detailInfluence of levobupivacaine regional scalp block on hemodynamic stability and intra- and postoperative opioid consumption in supratentorial craniotomies: a randomized controlled trial
CARELLA, Michele ULiege; TRAN, Gabriel ULiege; BECK, Florian ULiege et al

Conference (2019, September 20)

To evaluate the influence of levobupivacaine regional scalp block (SB) on hemodynamic stability during the noxious events of supratentorial craniotomies under general anaesthesia, and its influence on ... [more ▼]

To evaluate the influence of levobupivacaine regional scalp block (SB) on hemodynamic stability during the noxious events of supratentorial craniotomies under general anaesthesia, and its influence on intra- and postoperative opioid consumption. [less ▲]

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See detailEtat actuel des transplantations d'organes: place à la xénotransplantation?
Franssen, Colette ULiege; Lambrigts, D.; Degesves, S. et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (1998), 53(2), 97-102

In the last few years, transplantation was an area of intense research activity. However, there is a worldwide shortage of donor organs for clinical transplantations. Currently, interest in ... [more ▼]

In the last few years, transplantation was an area of intense research activity. However, there is a worldwide shortage of donor organs for clinical transplantations. Currently, interest in xenotransplantation research is growing not only because of the increased demand for organs but also because of advances in molecular biology techniques that make possible the genetic or immunological manipulations of the animal donor rather than the human recipient. The better definitions of the mechanisms responsible for xenograft rejection should facilitate appropriate therapeutic strategies for long xenograft survival. [less ▲]

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See detailDevelopment of thymus autografts under the kidney capsule in the pig: a new 'organ' for xenotransplantation
Lambrigts, Denis; Franssen, Colette ULiege; Martens, Henri ULiege et al

in Xenotransplantation (1996), 3

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See detailComparison between Alprazolam and Hydroxyzine for Oral Premedication
Franssen, Colette ULiege; Hans, Pol ULiege; Brichant, Jean-François ULiege et al

in Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia (1993), 40(1), 13-7

The safety and efficacy of alprazolam and hydroxyzine administered orally as surgical premedicants were compared in a double-blind controlled study. Sixty-five patients were given either alprazolam 1 mg ... [more ▼]

The safety and efficacy of alprazolam and hydroxyzine administered orally as surgical premedicants were compared in a double-blind controlled study. Sixty-five patients were given either alprazolam 1 mg or hydroxyzine 75 mg, one to two hours before surgery. Anxiety was assessed by both the patient and the anaesthetist, the patient using a visual analogue scale, the anaesthetist employing both analogue and ordinal ratings. Sedation was assessed by the anaesthetist only, using the same two methods. Amnesia was appraised with a simple memory test. Safety was assessed by recording adverse effects and measuring haemodynamic variables. Premedication with alprazolam produced a modest reduction in anxiety (28%) (P < 0.01) while hydroxyzine had no detectable effect. The comparison of the sedation level and of the memory test revealed no difference between the two premedicants. Minor side effects were only observed in the hydroxyzine group. Changes in blood pressure were more pronounced in the hydroxyzine group. This study shows that alprazolam and hydroxyzine are safe and efficient oral premedicants. However, alprazolam is preferable to hydroxyzine in terms of anxiolytic and adverse effects. [less ▲]

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See detailLa mort cérébrale
Hans, Pol ULiege; Franssen, Colette ULiege; Lamy, Maurice ULiege et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (1988), 43(2), 33-9

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