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  • Posterior transdural approach for odontoidectomy in a child: case report. [Case Reports]
    J Neurosurg Pediatr 2019; :1-5Archer J, Thatikunta M, Jea A
  • The transoral transpharyngeal approach is the standard approach to resect the odontoid process and decompress the cervicomedullary spinal cord. There are some significant risks associated with this approach, however, including infection, CSF leak, prolonged intubation or tracheostomy, need for nasogastric tube feeding, extended hospitalization, and possible effects of phonation. Other ventral app…
  • Prevention of Intensive Care Unit-Acquired Pneumonia. [Journal Article]
    Semin Respir Crit Care Med 2019; 40(4):548-557Klompas M
  • Intensive care unit (ICU) acquired pneumonia is one of the most common and morbid health care-associated infections. Despite decades of work developing and testing prevention strategies, ICU-acquired pneumonia remains stubbornly pervasive. Pneumonia prevention studies are difficult to interpret because all are at risk of bias due to the subjectivity and poor specificity of pneumonia definitions. …
  • Supraglottic devices for airway management in awake craniotomy. [Journal Article]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(40):e17473Grabert J, Klaschik S, … Velten M
  • Awake craniotomy is a unique technique utilized for mapping neuro and motor function during neurosurgical procedures close to eloquent brain tissue. Since active communication is required only during surgical manipulation of eloquent brain tissue and the patient is "sedated" during other parts of the procedure, different methods for anesthesia management have been explored. Furthermore, airway ma…
  • Utility of fiberoptic bronchoscopy for difficult airway in neonates. [Journal Article]
    J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2019; :1-4Cobo P, Vetter-Laracy S, … Osona B
  • CONCLUSIONS: FB is very safe and highly useful when performing intubation in neonates with difficult airway but is essential during extubation to avoid any risk of failure with a potentially fatal outcome. Neonatal units of tertiary hospitals should provide equipment and training to manage these neonates. What is already known? A failed intubation or extubation can lead to cardiac arrest and anoxic brain damage and/or to death in a neonate. Fiberoptic bronchoscopy is recommended as the safest tool for neonates with difficult airway. However, there is little concrete data published in the current literature to support the recommendations. What is new: Fiberoptic bronchoscopy is an essential tool to avoid the risk of a failed extubation in neonates with difficult airway.
  • Arthur Guedel and the Ascendance of Anesthesia: A Teacher, Tinkerer, and Transformer. [Journal Article]
    J Anesth Hist 2019; 5(3):85-92Drew BA
  • At the beginning of the twentieth century, anesthesia was an emerging field without permanent departments, exclusive practitioners, or academic residency programs. Instead, surgeons and nurses administered anesthetic gases in an ad-hoc fashion, exposing patients to the perilous risks of general anesthesia. Dr. Arthur Guedel was a general practitioner from rural Indiana who unexpectedly became an …
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