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  • Stress-coping styles of 459 emergency care physicians in Germany : A pilot study. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2016 Oct 14
  • Sand M, Hessam S, … Shiue I
  • CONCLUSIONS: ECPs experience stress in the same manner as patients and other professionals, and they must address and cope with stress appropriately. For future research, studies with a longitudinal approach to monitor the underlying mechanisms are suggested. For clinical practice and policy-making, structural changes in work patterns and psychological support should be considered, which may be of particular benefit for female ECPs.
  • [Impairment of oxygenation of patients in surgical intensive care : Early symptom of severe sepsis]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2016 Oct 5
  • Hückstädt M, Hofmann GO, … Hilbert-Carius P
  • CONCLUSIONS: An urgent worsening of pulmonary function in patients in intensive care requires immediate differential diagnostics due to substantial therapeutic consequences. Our results confirm that impairment of pulmonary oxygenation is the first prognostic symptom of severe onset of sepsis. Consequently, we recommend that this parameter be considered in diagnostic staging. After exclusion of a few differential diagnoses impairment of oxygenation can be the very first symptom of severe sepsis. The patient's age and time to sufficient antibiotic therapy are two very important prognostic factors with respect to mortality. Early and sufficient antibiotic therapy, and in a few cases surgical intervention are of utmost importance.
  • [Simulation-based training and OR apprenticeship for medical students : A prospective, randomized, single-blind study of clinical skills]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2016 Sep 27
  • Ott T, Schmidtmann I, … Pestel G
  • CONCLUSIONS: With the methods applied, this study could not prove that 225 min of SBT before the operating room apprenticeship increased the medical students' clinical skills as evaluated in the operating room. Secondary endpoints indicate that medical students have better clinical skills at the end of the entire curriculum when they have been trained through SBT before the operating room apprenticeship. However, the authors believe that simulator training has a positive impact on students' acquisition of procedural and patient safety skills, even if the methods applied in this study may not mirror this aspect sufficiently.
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