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Anesthesiology. March 2021; 134(3):457–467
Published: March 2021
...Christoph Heinz, M.D.; Wolfgang Miesbach, M.D.; Eva Herrmann, Ph.D.; Michael Sonntagbauer, M.D.; Florian J. Raimann, M.D.; Kai Zacharowski, M.D., Ph.D.; Christian F. Weber, M.D.; Elisabeth H. Adam, M.D. Background The hemostatic balance in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seems to...
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Anesthesiology. April 2021; ():10.1097/ALN.0000000000003791
Published: April 2021
....; Kathleen Quintero, M.D.; Nabil Shallik, M.D.; Faisal Shamim, F.C.P.S.; Wilton A. van Klei, M.D., Ph.D.; Imran Ahmad, F.R.C.A. Background Tracheal intubation for patients with COVID-19 is required for invasive mechanical ventilation. The authors sought to describe practice for emergency intubation, estimate...
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Anesthesiology. June 2020; 132(6):1346–1361
Published: June 2020
...John R. Greenland, M.D., Ph.D.; Marilyn D. Michelow, M.D.; Linlin Wang, M.D., Ph.D.; Martin J. London, M.D. Healthcare systems worldwide are responding to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), an emerging infectious syndrome caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2...
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Anesthesiology. October 2020; 133(4):892–904
Published: October 2020
...Matthew A. Levin, M.D.; Anjan Shah, M.D.; Ronak Shah, M.D.; Erica Kane, M.D., M.P.H.; George Zhou, M.D.; James B. Eisenkraft, M.D.; Martin D. Chen, M.D.; for the Mount Sinai HELPS Innovate Group Background During the COVID-19 pandemic, ventilator sharing was suggested to increase availability of...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021; 85(5):1–8
Published: May 2021
... FDA Emergency Use Approval of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, receives his first vaccine dose in January 2021. In the face of a crushing surge of cases that halted elective surgeries, strained resources, and threatened to overwhelm staff, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston acted quickly to...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021; 85(5):13
Published: May 2021
...Codruta Soneru, MD © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 Hospital employees are not immune to the health threats and emotional strain COVID-19 has brought upon the world, but we are expected to leave our emotions and fears at the door as we care...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021; 85(5):15
Published: May 2021
... annual Journal Symposium at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2021: “SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: New Paradigms and Challenges for Anesthesiologists.” The CoronaVIrus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, with its explosive onset early in 2020, and its relentless march across the world with attendant morbidity and mortality...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. April 2021; 85(4):1–8
Published: April 2021
... specifically developed for SARS-CoV-2 ( asamonitor.pub/3dkUMfp ). He was right. On November 9, 2020, the U.S. FDA issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the investigational monoclonal antibody bamlanivimab (LY-CoV555, Eli Lilly) to treat mild-to-moderate cases of COVID-19 in adult and pediatric...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. April 2021; 85(4):40–41
Published: April 2021
..., raises important and provocative questions regarding airway management in the COVID-19 era ( ASA Monitor 2020;84:25 ). One is: Should we be practicing universal precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic and going forward, since the incidence of false-negatives for COVID-19 testing may be as high as...
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Anesthesiology. April 2021; 134(4):518–525
Published: April 2021
...Keith J. Ruskin, M.D.; Anna Clebone Ruskin, M.D.; Brian T. Musselman, C.As.P.; Jaime Rivas Harvey, C.As.P.; Thomas E. Nesthus, Ph.D.; Michael O’Connor, M.D. Clinicians who care for patients infected with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) must wear a full suite of personal protective equipment...
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Anesthesiology. March 2021; 134(3):366–369
Published: March 2021
...Klaus Görlinger, M.D.; Jerrold H. Levy, M.D., F.A.H.A., F.C.C.M. Image: J. P. Rathmell. Fig. 1. Virchow triad of venous thrombosis. Fig. 2. Micropathological triad of thrombosis and COVID-19 and corresponding changes in thromboelastometry results. Dr. Görlinger is...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. February 2021; 85(2):29
Published: February 2021
..., the world would be facing a pandemic? And last spring, most never imagined COVID-19 would still be controlling all aspects of our lives today. Coronavirus directly impacted health care systems worldwide by challenging hospitals and all health care providers. The pandemic clearly impacted individuals...
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Anesthesiology. February 2021; 134(2):262–269
Published: February 2021
... hypoxemic patients. The Coronavirus infection disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is bringing unprecedented numbers of patients with significant hypoxemia to medical care. It is critical that clinicians caring for hypoxemic patients recognize two facts: (1) it is common for hypoxemia to exist without...
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Anesthesiology. February 2021; 134(2):270–282
Published: February 2021
..., Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2020 Acute respiratory distress syndrome remains a condition that carries a high mortality. Evidence-based clinical management and emerging concepts for new therapies for COVID-19 are reviewed. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is defined as hypoxemia...
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Anesthesiology. June 2020; 132(6):1317–1332
Published: June 2020
...Lingzhong Meng, M.D.; Haibo Qiu, M.D.; Li Wan, M.D.; Yuhang Ai, M.D.; Zhanggang Xue, M.D.; Qulian Guo, M.D.; Ranjit Deshpande, M.D.; Lina Zhang, M.D., Ph.D.; Jie Meng, M.D., Ph.D.; Chuanyao Tong, M.D.; Hong Liu, M.D.; Lize Xiong, M.D., Ph.D. The COVID-19 outbreak has led to 80,409 diagnosed cases...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. January 2021; 85(1):41–42
Published: January 2021
... committed to supporting its members and customers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, recognizing that our goals to improve patient outcomes and relieve the global burden of pain remain as important as ever. COVID-19 has dramatically affected every aspect of our members' work. ASRA has responded by...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. January 2021; 85(1):22–23
Published: January 2021
... burdensome for many organizations to adopt ( BMJ 2007;334:324-5 ). With physical distancing and travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, zooming has become a necessary part of our everyday lives. While no one wants to do away with face-to-face meetings, virtual options are here to stay...
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Anesthesiology. January 2021; 134(1):129–130
Published: January 2021
... Anesthesiologists, Inc. by copyright author/owner. 2020 In the early spring of 2020, the city of Wuhan, China, experienced an unexpected outbreak of a novel coronavirus infection which led to hundreds of thousands of illnesses and is now called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Wuhan is a city with a...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. January 2021; 85(1):1–9
Published: January 2021
... patients who recovered from COVID-19 (termed convalescent plasma). While low or undetectable CD8 T cell responses were noted with inoculation, CD4 T cell responses were observed over time. One important observation was that no detectable viral replication was noted in bronchoalveolar lavage samples two...
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Journal: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. January 2021; 85(1):21
Published: January 2021
... culture is associated with an absence of burnout. The authors emphasized that strategies for patient safety improvement should include improved work hours, workload, and attention to professional exhaustion. The COVID-19 pandemic is placing significant psychological stress on a health care workforce...