Are bougies gaining favour in videolaryngoscopy?

Anaesthesia,Volume 73, Issue 8, Page 1032-1033, August 2018.
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When 121 regions were considered together, VHA care was better for 14 of 15 outcome measures
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Conditions:   Hypothermia Following Anesthesia, Sequela;   Pediatric ALL Intervention:   Sponsor:   KK Women's and Children's Hospital Active, not recruiting
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MONDAY, Dec. 10, 2018 -- Smoking tobacco is a risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in patients with fibromyalgia (FM), according to a study presented at the 17th Annual Pain Medicine Meeting, a meeting of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia...
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Hospitals exist to take care of sick people, with the goal of making them better.  Hospitals employ and work with health care professionals, again who are sworn to put taking care of patients ahead of all other concerns.However, since we foundedHealth Care Renewal, we have noted striking examples of hospital leaders threatening their hospitals'fundamental mission and/or health care professionals'core values, which we dubbedmission-hostile management.  We also saw mission-hostile management affecting the broader health care industry, particularly pharmaceutical and device companies.  Most recently, the most s...
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Subhash Kumar TodiIndian Journal of Anaesthesia 2018 62(12):927-929
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Mridul Dhar, Yashwant S Payal, Vamshi KrishnaIndian Journal of Anaesthesia 2018 62(12):930-933 Ultrasonography (USG) has a continuously expanding role in anaesthesiology, critical care and pain management and has enhanced and refined patient care. The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act was established to counter the persistent problem of female foeticide in India. This unique problem which seems to be rooted in our social structure has indirectly impeded the evolution of USG as a widespread tool in medicine in our country. This brief review is aimed at highlighting the expanding role of USG in...
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Conclusion: Combination of vitamin C, thiamine and hydrocortisone reduces vasopressor requirement in adult cardiac surgical patients with septic shock.
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Conclusion: Obstetric patients recover well if treated early. A good ICU care with monitoring can save a young productive life.
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Conclusion: AASI (≥0.5) is a good predictor of difficult visualisation of the larynx at direct laryngoscopy.
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Conclusion: The outcome of patients who underwent endovascular treatment of AIS under CS depends on the mTICI score, NIHSS score and history of previous TIA.
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