In reply to “Anesthesia for cesarean delivery in a patient with Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome”: a mini case series in our institution
Publication date: Available online 14 October 2019Source: Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology (English Edition)Author(s): Gian Luigi Gonnella, Pietro Paolo Giuri, Salvatore De Martino, Luciano Frassanito, Gaetano Draisci
Hey guys/gals.... Our group is looking into restructuring how the crnas are scheduled. We currently have a really basic system with a rotation and people just go home by the number. Many folks though are really wanting shift work. If you guys have a group where the crnas work shifts can you give a basic idea of how it works? For example... Different types of shifts? 4x10, 5x8, 3x12 What happens when you don’t need all the shift workers? Cut them and don’t pay their hours? Keep them... Crna schedule for your group
Publication date: December 2019Source: British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 57, Issue 10Author(s): Cian Henry, Conor Barry
Publication date: December 2019Source: British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 57, Issue 10Author(s): Ali Malik, Zahra Alassadi, Badrinarayan Srinivasan, Peter Brennan, Rajiv Anand
Conclusion: ESSA is a highly effective surgical technique for PT patients with transverse–sigmoid sinus enlargement and prominent transverse–sigmoid junction, regardless of whether they also have sigmoid sinus wall or transverse sinus anomalies. A large transverse–sigmoid system with prominent transverse–sigmoid junction is a predisposing factor for PT, and only by improving patients’ intrasinus hemodynamics could PT be resolved efficiently. In cases without complete obstruction of venous return, ESSA is safe. No postoperative complications related to neurological disorders were observed.
Conditions: Anesthesia; Analgesia Interventions: Drug: 25 mcg fentanyl; Drug: 250 mcg alfentanil Sponsor: Nigde Omer Halisdemir University Completed
Conditions: Supraglottic Airway Efficiency; Airway Complication of Anesthesia; Airway Aspiration; Complication of Anesthesia; Esophagus Injury; Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography Airway Management; Endoscopic Ergonomics Intervention: Device: Comparison of LMA Gastro Airway® and Gastro-Laryngeal Tube in patients who will undergo biliopancreatic procedures. Sponsor: Bezmialem Vakif University Recruiting
In this issue of the Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia Baribeau et al. present a novel, inexpensive training tool for pericardiocentesis that utilizes three-dimensional (3D) printing technology.1 The model consists of a mannequin with a sternum and sub-xyphoid zone, and an enclosed silicon heart surrounded by a thin membranous silicon pericardial sac. The heart is filled with red fluid, and the pericardial sac with blue fluid. Trainees, using transthoracic echocardiography, can visualize the pericardial sac and practice introducing a needle via sub-xyphoid puncture into the pericardial space, and drawing pericardial fluid.