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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. May 2024: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000005071
Published: May 2024
... drive is complicated in critically ill patients. Patients with a high respiratory drive may have a low dPdi/dt and dPes/dt if there is impaired neuromuscular transmission of respiratory center output to the respiratory muscles. Furthermore, dPdi/dt may 13 Copyright © 2024 American Society...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. January 2024: 140(1):52–61
Published: January 2024
... triggering agent exposure during at least one procedure. None received dantrolene treatment or had documented muscle rigidity, myoglobinuria, hyperkalemia, elevated creatine kinase, severe myalgia, or tea-colored urine. Of 120 possibly MH-related findings (postoperative intensive care unit admissions...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. September 2023: 139(3):342–353
Published: September 2023
... reversal of long-acting opioids with a low-to-intermediate affinity for the µ-opioid receptor is the opioid dose. Higher opioid dose or, more importantly, higher opioid concentrations in the brain complicate reversal, and standard reversal doses of intravenous naloxone (0.4 mg or less) are associated...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. September 2023: 139(3):321–325
Published: September 2023
... complications such as barotrauma, which occurred in a significant proportion of patients within a few days of initiating mechanical ventilation. Simply appealing to common sense, we thought that a gentler treatment of the lung, obtained by coupling mechanical ventilation with extracorporeal CO 2 removal, could...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. August 2023: 139(2):164–172
Published: August 2023
... drawings of 3D printed parts are available upon request. Wrist immobilization was provided by a commercial wrist splint device (DonJoy, USA; fig. 2C ). Once set to a patient’s hand, the system was completely rigid for measurement of isometric force generated by the thumb. Fig. 2. New...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. February 2023: 138(2):A13–A16
Published: February 2023
... BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5857447 . Transvenous implantable cardioverter–defibrillators significantly reduce cardiac mortality among patients at risk for ventricular arrhythmias, but their use can be complicated by serious vascular, thoracic, and potential long-term...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. December 2022: 137(6):687–703
Published: December 2022
... for perioperative pain control can be complicated by cardiotoxicity that may result in serious cardiac complications such as cardiac arrest. There is variability in cardiac toxicity of local anesthetics, with increased cardiotoxicity encountered with longer-acting ( e.g ., bupivacaine) versus shorter-acting local...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. September 2022: 137(3):290–302
Published: September 2022
... The system may be complex because it has a complicated intrinsic structure that is difficult to describe (type 3 complexities); because its basic design or output is relatively simple but has a lot of randomness that is difficult to describe (type 1 complexities); or because it has a mixture of both (type 2...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. January 2022: 136(1):31–81
Published: January 2022
... (Category B4-B evidence). 233 Noninvasive devices for airway management of patients with anticipated difficult airways include rigid laryngoscopic blades of alternative design and size; adjuncts ( e.g. , introducers, bougies, stylets, and alternative tracheal tubes); videolaryngoscopes; flexible...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. March 2022: 136(3):420–433
Published: March 2022
... of maximum complexity lies between pure randomness and rigid order ( i.e. , complexity is low at both these extremes). 25 , 26 A common approach is to estimate the randomness of the system (H) and also the distance (D) of the system from its maximum disorder. This so-called statistical complexity (Cx...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. November 2021: 135(5):893
Published: November 2021
... was opened under cardiopulmonary bypass and transesophageal echocardiography guidance. U-shaped cement with a 5-cm long arm and 4-cm short arm was removed from the right atrium (panel C ). The cement was rigid and both ends were sharp. Vertebroplasty with cementing can cause cement embolism, 1 more...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. January 2022: 136(1):104–114
Published: January 2022
... is a feared complication of general anesthesia in patients with mediastinal masses. Maintenance of spontaneous ventilation and avoiding neuromuscular blockade are recommended to reduce this risk. Physiologic arguments supporting these recommendations are controversial and direct evidence is lacking...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. November 2021: 135(5):894
Published: November 2021
.... Although it may be congenital, it most commonly results from surgeries involving the trachea such as tracheostomy, tracheal resection, and tracheocutaneous fistula repair. 1 Anatomically, this unusual breathing pattern occurs because rigid tracheal rings hold patent a tracheal defect throughout...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. January 2022: 136(1):138–147
Published: January 2022
... rigid, and adhere to endothelial cells, which may impede their ability to flow through small capillaries to deliver oxygen. 13 , 14 These changes are collectively termed the erythrocyte “storage lesion.” The Informing Fresh versus Old Red Cell Management (INFORM) trial was a pragmatic...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. January 2022: 136(1):10–30
Published: January 2022
... appropriate, further broad increases in prescribing restrictions and more rigid dosing thresholds are considered unlikely to be beneficial, and more likely to reduce appropriate than inappropriate opioid use. 77 In the realm of acute pain, restrictive opioid prescribing limits have not substantially...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. December 2021: 135(6):1055–1065
Published: December 2021
... susceptibility to strain-related cord injury, potentially injurious cord strain may occur during routine tracheal intubation conditions. Supplemental Digital Content is available in the text. Cervical spinal cord injury caused by tracheal intubation is a rare but catastrophic complication. 1–3 Cervical...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. October 2021: 135(4):729–737
Published: October 2021
... The exception is for cases in which surgery/anesthetic-related complications are anticipated, in which case prophylactic loading of resuscitation drugs is warranted. 16 An alternative measure is to switch from single-dose drug ampoules to labeled, prefilled syringes for commonly prepared anesthetic...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. February 2021: 134(2):A13–A16
Published: February 2021
... cardiac complications was unchanged between those tested or not. Article Selection: Martin J. London, M.D. Image: M. Lane-Fall/Adobe Stock. The “B-profile” detected by lung ultrasound is considered a sign of pulmonary congestion. To assess the significance of this pattern during stress...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. October 2020: 133(4):695–697
Published: October 2020
.... Vidal Melo declares no competing interests. References 1. Ladha K , Vidal Melo MF , McLean DJ , Wanderer JP , Grabitz SD , Kurth T , Eikermann M . Intraoperative protective mechanical ventilation and risk of postoperative respiratory complications: Hospital...
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Publication: Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology. December 2020: 133(6):1283–1305
Published: December 2020
...,” “blood pressure,” “complications,” “monitoring,” “burst suppression,” “hypothermia,” “vasospasm,” and “delayed cerebral ischemia.” Publications reporting human subjects in English language were included. These included randomized trials, observational studies, retrospective studies, meta-analyses, case...