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  • [Anaesthesia procedures and invasive vascular access in severely injured patients at trauma room admission in Germany : An online survey]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017 Jan 11
  • Struck MF, Hilbert-Carius P, … Wurmb T
  • CONCLUSIONS: In Germany, medical indication and schedule of invasive vascular catheterisation of severely injured patients in the trauma room is rarely regulated by SOPs and often performed at the discretion of the attending trauma team. Sonographic assistance during vascular puncture and electrocardiography for CVC tip detection is not as common as in non-emergency anaesthesia. Further studies are required to explore the real necessity and safety of invasive vascular catheterisation in multiple trauma patients in order to improve trauma care.
  • [Human factors in medicine]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017; 66(1):63-80
  • Lazarovici M, Trentzsch H, Prückner S
  • The concept of human factors is commonly used in the context of patient safety and medical errors, all too often ambiguously. In actual fact, the term comprises a wide range of meanings from human-ma...
  • [Epidural anesthesia for fetoscopy : Retrospective analysis of a one-year cohort]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017; 66(1):28-33
  • Kiefer N, Suter SF, … Weber SU
  • CONCLUSIONS: This retrospective study demonstrates that fetoscopic procedures under EA in the range of indications treated in our institution can be performed safely. EA was associated with stable hemodynamic conditions in this mixed cohort of pregnant women. EA appears thus to be a suitable technique for fetoscopy, avoiding the risks inherent to general anesthesia in pregnant women.
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