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  • Is a hip flip the right trick? [Journal Article]
    Emerg Med J 2019Oerlemans LNT, Zijlstra WP, … Coolsma CW
  • Clinical introductionA 68-year-old man, with known spasticity and a total left hip arthroplasty (THA) performed 6 years ago, was brought to our ED after falling down the stairs. Laying on the stretcher, his left leg was internally rotated and in hyperflexion. An X-ray of the left hip was performed. The diagnosis of posterior hip dislocation was made (figure 1). The patient received sedation and a…
  • Sedation practices in pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. [Journal Article]
    Pediatr Blood Cancer 2019; :e28037Nugent BD, Davis PJ, … Tersak JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: A substantial number of children with ALL receive sedation for LPs; however, there is variation in the medication used. Better understanding of sedation practices in children with ALL may inform future research to investigate which methods are the safest, with an emphasis on long-term neurocognitive late effects.
  • Use of MIRUS™ for MAC-driven application of isoflurane, sevoflurane, and desflurane in postoperative ICU patients: a randomized controlled trial. [Journal Article]
    Ann Intensive Care 2019; 9(1):118Bellgardt M, Georgevici AI, … Herzog-Niescery J
  • CONCLUSIONS: A target-controlled, MAC-driven automated application of volatile anesthetics is technically feasible and enables an adequate depth of sedation. Gas consumption was highest for desflurane, which is also the most expensive volatile anesthetic. Although awakening times were shortest, the actual time saving of a few minutes might be negligible for most patients in the intensive care unit. Thus, using desflurane seems not rational from an economic perspective. Trial registration Clinical Trials Registry (ref.: NCT03860129). Registered 24 September 2018-Retrospectively registered.
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