If not Anesthesiology, what do you recommend students to go into?
So I am a fourth year medical student, considering Anesthesiology. From reading this board, it seems like the vast majority of people here are down on the field, see the specialty as dead, ruled by CRNAs, etc. That being said, what job in medicine, besides derm, would you consider someone to go into? It seems like you guys get to do a lot of cool procedures, manage critical patients, and aren’t constantly working while at work (on my rotation the attendings would frequently be in the lounge... If not Anesthesiology, what do you recommend students to go into?
ConclusionAccording Result this study the average concentration of isoflurane and the health risk assessment in Valiasr and Shahid Beheshti teaching hospital operating room during 2018 because of flaw in the ventilation system was significantly higher than standard.
At our level I paediatric trauma centre in the USA, our team includes a paediatric emergency medicine attending, a paediatric emergency medicine fellow, a trauma surgeon, a surgery nurse practitioner, an anaesthesiologist, multiple trauma-trained nurses...
ConclusionThe mesh plug repair is safe and useful for the treatment of inguinal hernia after FFB, for which preoperative CT is helpful for understanding precise anatomy which facilitates surgical planning.
We read with great interest the study by O'Donnell et al,1 which investigated the risk factors of postoperative renal dysfunction after open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) in a large retrospective cohort.
This study investigates the perioperative outcomes of hybrid lower extremity revascularization (LER) performed under neuraxial anesthesia (NAA) vs general anesthesia (GA). We hypothesize use of NAA is associated with improved outcomes.
It has always been my impression that CRNAs are supervised pretty much everywhere in the US, but I recently did some looking around at the anesthesia staff from a hospital back home and found there is no anesthesiologist (or at least evidence of one) to be found. I'm a 3rd year med student but very interested in anesthesia and I understand that my interests may change. I'm somewhat familiar with pass-thru legislation but the specific word of law in my home state is that "CRNAs may function... "Independent" CRNAs
Authors: Gupta N, Gupta A PMID: 31426625 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Authors: Diaz-Abad M, Steiropoulos P, Esquinas AM PMID: 31426624 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: Both the I-gel and Baska Mask provided a satisfactory airway during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Compared with the I-gel, the Baska Mask demonstrated a higher OLP. PMID: 31426623 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
This study aims to evaluate the ability of different anesthesia providers to estimate heart rate and oxygen saturation in a simulation setting. Methods: Sixty anesthesia providers (residents, nurse anesthetics, and anesthesiologists) were studied. Four scenarios were arranged in a simulation context. Two baseline scenarios with and without waveform visual aid, and two scenarios with variation of heart rate and/or oxygen saturation were used to assess the accuracy of the estimation made by the participants. Results: When the accurate threshold for the heart rate was set at less than 5 beats per minute, the providers...