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  • Lack of recall after sedation for cataract surgery and its effect on validity of measuring patient satisfaction. [Journal Article]
    Korean J Anesthesiol 2019Chadha RM, Dexter F, Brull SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Evaluating patient satisfaction with sedation shortly after admission to post-anesthesia care unit is invalid because of a lack of recall; the sedation/amnesia is ongoing. Patient comfort may be assessed, but comfort is not synonymous with satisfaction; "satisfaction" implies presence of recall. Because we studied sedation with low doses of midazolam and fentanyl, the same conclusion reliably would apply to larger doses of anxiolytics administered intraoperatively. The results match previous findings that when patients receive preoperative midazolam prior to meeting the anesthesiologist, even if the patient fully answers questions, they may have negligible recall of having met the anesthesiologist.
  • Sedative depth on neurological outcomes in a juvenile rat model of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. [Journal Article]
    Med Hypotheses 2019; 132:109233Yuan J, Yang MC, … Gou YS
  • The guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in pediatric advanced life support suggest that midazolam is the preferred agent for sedation in patients with mild hypothermia, whereas children with cardiac arrest (CA) are at a crucial stage regarding their immature nervous system. Studies have shown that midazolam may have a detrimental effect on the developmental of the pediatric nervous…
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