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The airway: problems and predictions in 18,500 patients

D. Keith Rose, Marsha M. Cohen
1994 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
For 18,205 patients following a direct laryngoscopy, (GA), tracheal intubation was difficult (~ 2 laryngoscopies) in 1.8% and awkward (<--2 laryngoscopies) in 2.5% This approach was a failure in 0.3~ and  ...  For 1,856 patients (10.0%) where at least one airway characteristic was abnormal, a direct laryngoscopy, (GA) resulted in 8.3% awkward and 6.0% difficult tracheal intubations.  ...  Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto who assisted in the data collection for this study, Anita Low for the daily review of this data, Mary Tan for the data entry and statistical compilation and Kerry  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03009858 pmid:8055603 fatcat:3wr6kwjmi5c2hkleny6jrr5s7m

The Airway

D. KEITH ROSE, MARSHA M. COHEN
1994 Survey of Anesthesiology  
For 18,205 patients following a direct laryngoscopy, (GA), tracheal intubation was difficult (~ 2 laryngoscopies) in 1.8% and awkward (<--2 laryngoscopies) in 2.5% This approach was a failure in 0.3~ and  ...  For 1,856 patients (10.0%) where at least one airway characteristic was abnormal, a direct laryngoscopy, (GA) resulted in 8.3% awkward and 6.0% difficult tracheal intubations.  ...  Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto who assisted in the data collection for this study, Anita Low for the daily review of this data, Mary Tan for the data entry and statistical compilation and Kerry  ... 
doi:10.1097/00132586-199412000-00004 fatcat:shbearzulnenhfh32lm3u2h7nq

Assistant instructors facilitate simulation for medical students

Yinin Hu, Joanna Choi, Adela Mahmutovic, Helen Kim, Ivy A. Le, Sara K. Rasmussen
2015 Journal of Surgical Research  
Deploying these assistant instructors makes effective, one-on-one technical training for pre-clinical medical students financially feasible.  ...  Conclusions-Clinically-inexperienced assistants may be trained as instructors for basic simulation tasks with excellent inter-rater reliability.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to acknowledge the University of Virginia Department of Anesthesia for contributions of clinical expertise.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2014.11.047 pmid:25553842 pmcid:PMC4361325 fatcat:dnczzab2wbc5jacecyhadiy47e

Consensus on technical procedures for simulation‐based training in anaesthesiology: A Delphi‐based general needs assessment

Ebbe L. Bessmann, Helle T. Østergaard, Bjørn U. Nielsen, Lene Russell, Charlotte Paltved, Doris Østergaard, Lars Konge, Leizl Joy Nayahangan
2019 Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica  
Developing a curriculum for simulation-based procedural training should follow a systematic approach, eg the Six-Step Approach developed by Kern.  ...  Anaesthesiologists are expected to master an increasing number of technical procedures.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank Rikke Borre Jacobsen for her great help and advice in conducting the study. FUNDING Departmental funding only.  ... 
doi:10.1111/aas.13344 pmid:30874309 fatcat:2jh2qknibffvjldhfhbqup6wry

2005 IEME ABSTRACTS

2005 Academic Emergency Medicine  
The availability of models for repetition and the development of proficiency are often limited by many factors especially monetary resources.  ...  Our experience and a survey of residents have shown that these models are valuable teaching aids and could be useful for residencies with limited resources.  ...  A Novel Methodology for Teaching Direct Laryngoscopy Richard Levitan, MD; Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia Laryngoscopy training traditionally involves mannequin practice and intubation opportunities  ... 
doi:10.1197/j.aem.2005.05.009 fatcat:7oe464smr5halghmldyx4yez2a

Anesthesia for Patients Undergoing Anesthesia for Elective Thoracic Surgery During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Consensus Statement from the Israeli Society of Anesthesiologists for Patients Undergoing Anesthesia for Elective Thoracic Surgery During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ruth Shaylor, Vladimir Verenkin, Idit Matot
2020 Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia  
For these reasons, standard practice is to assume all patients are COVID-19 positive regardless of swab results.  ...  The objective of these recommendations is to make changes to some routine techniques in thoracic anesthesia to augment patients' and the medical staff's safety.  ...  Intubation Rapid sequence intubation with high-quality preoxygenation regardless of fasting status Avoid mask ventilation where possible. Use video laryngoscopy for all intubations.  ... 
doi:10.1053/j.jvca.2020.07.049 pmid:32798170 pmcid:PMC7373002 fatcat:4xxc6upk7zcqze2yib7wzfngwu

Comparative effectiveness of instructional design features in simulation-based education: Systematic review and meta-analysis

David A. Cook, Stanley J. Hamstra, Ryan Brydges, Benjamin Zendejas, Jason H. Szostek, Amy T. Wang, Patricia J. Erwin, Rose Hatala
2012 Medical Teacher  
Distributed practice: Training spread over a period of time. For this review, we counted this as present for interventions that involved 41 day of simulation training.  ...  16 studies; p ¼ 0.24), and À0.22 for group training (8 studies; p ¼ 0.09).  ...  The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of the article.  ... 
doi:10.3109/0142159x.2012.714886 pmid:22938677 fatcat:6rhnghkoxrc7jmkbafdqqnd53y

Teaching procedural skills

Thomas E. Norris, Sam W. Cullison, Stephan D. Fihn
1997 Journal of general internal medicine  
blood 58.9 Endotracheal intubation 58.1 Neonatal circumcision 56.4 Thoracentesis 50.0  ...  Additional barriers for many training programs are space and access to equipment.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1525-1497.12.s2.9.x pmid:9127246 pmcid:PMC1497230 fatcat:kggty3i4t5eflggugejakxls3m

Simulation Training for Fiber-Optic Intubations

Kelley C. Moore, Sherrill J. Smith, Donna M. Curry, Phyllis M. Gaspar, Erik J. Nelson
2014 Clinical Simulation in Nursing  
A training program was developed including three protocols for awake intubations.  ...  Simulation Training for Fiberoptic Intubations. Airway management is the cornerstone of anesthesia practice.  ...  His support in developing protocols and assisting with the training was needed for success.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2014.05.007 fatcat:wuci56fl2vdbvag4eifgapt3da

Interferon gamma levels are reduced by adenosine 5'-triphosphate in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated whole human blood

M Nalos, S Huang, A Khan, A McLean
2007 Critical Care  
Clinical data indicate that endogenous levels of hydrogen sulfide are diminished in various forms of cardiovascular diseases.  ...  In mice subjected to bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS, 5 mg/kg i.p.), treatment of the animals with sodium sulfide (0.2 mg/kg/hour for 4 hours, administered in Alzet minipumps) reduced the LPSinduced  ...  In those patients with multiple injuries the cervical immobilization collar did not need to be unfastened or removed for endotracheal intubation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc5165 fatcat:nj3thdtekrg4fkktvupmycddvq

Stroke Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic: International Expert Panel Review

Narayanaswamy Venketasubramanian, Craig Anderson, Hakan Ay, Selma Aybek, Waleed Brinjikji, Gabriel R de Freitas, Oscar H Del Brutto, Klaus Fassbender, Miki Fujimura, Larry B Goldstein, Roman L Haberl, Graeme J Hankey (+31 others)
2021 Cerebrovascular Diseases  
Clinicians facing the many etiologies for stroke have been sobered by the unusual incidence of combined etiologies and presentations, prominent among them are vasculitis, cardiomyopathy, hypercoagulable  ...  This field is under rapid development and may generate management recommendations which are as yet unsettled, even undiscovered.  ...  David Spence for his invaluable contributions to the manuscript. Conflict of Interest Statement The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000514155 pmid:33756459 pmcid:PMC8089455 fatcat:qwgrpnc2xfbfzopj7fo3c25txy

sCD14, IL-6 and TNF-receptors, but not IL-1, IL-8 or TNF-α are elevated in plasma of patients undergoing high risk coronary angioplasty with cardiopulmonary support

R Prondzinsky, A Knüpfer, I Stabenow, F Redling, D Lehmann, J Radke, H-R Zerkowski, H Loppnow, K Werdan
1999 Critical Care  
We conducted this study to assess the incidence of ocular complications in our intensive care unit where all patients are cared for according to an eye care standard.  ...  Crit Care 1999, 3 3 ( (s su up pp pl l 1 1) ):P1 I In nt tr ro od du uc ct ti io on n: : Critically ill patients requiring intensive care are at risk of iatrogenic ocular damage.  ...  Nasal intubation is better suited for long-term intubation than oral intubation because it is safer for equipment attachment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc489 pmcid:PMC3301817 fatcat:f4p2sfjbovc4znc3dxywuhse2i

Clinician performed resuscitative ultrasonography for the initial evaluation and resuscitation of trauma

Lawrence M Gillman, Chad G Ball, Nova Panebianco, Azzam Al-Kadi, Andrew W Kirkpatrick
2009 Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine  
Recent studies suggest that many deaths are preventable if injuries are recognized and treated in an expeditious manner -the so called 'golden hour' of trauma.  ...  Ultrasound revolutionized the care of the trauma patient with the introduction of the FAST (Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma) examination; a rapid assessment of the hemodynamically unstable  ...  Acknowledgements Michelle Mercado, Regional Trauma Services, Calgary Health Region for editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1757-7241-17-34 pmid:19660123 pmcid:PMC2734531 fatcat:pcdalkagu5g4vhbluakfc5fouq

Three-dimensional Educational Computer Model of the Larynx

Amanda Hu, Tim Wilson, Hanif Ladak, Peter Haase, Kevin Fung
2009 Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery  
Rolland et al 7 built an endotracheal intubation training tool for medical students, residents, physician assistants, nurse-anesthetists, prehospital care personnel, and other allied health professionals  ...  Their tool uses an "augmented reality visualization" system with a headmounted projective device and a mannequin-based simulator.  ... 
doi:10.1001/archoto.2009.68 pmid:19620589 fatcat:7bxu24qjrvgirfzyvecmhzsan4

Airway Assessment [chapter]

Colleen Kovach
2015 Encyclopedia of Trauma Care  
., for his skillful artwork used in this manuscript. Acknowledgements  ...  AEC that do not need FOS for positioning are used for "bougie-assisted" difficult direct and indirect laryngoscopies and for ETT exchange (Fig. 2) .  ...  2 should alert the operator for difficult laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29613-0_5 fatcat:wws6nt4o4jgqrhbn7twsvi7kom
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