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161. General anaesthetic and airway management practice for obstetric surgery in England: a prospective, multicentre observational study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

General anaesthetic and airway management practice for obstetric surgery in England: a prospective, multicentre observational study. There are no current descriptions of general anaesthesia characteristics for obstetric surgery, despite recent changes to patient baseline characteristics and airway management guidelines. This analysis of data from the direct reporting of awareness in maternity patients' (DREAMY) study of accidental awareness during obstetric anaesthesia aimed to describe

2020 Anaesthesia

162. Attitudes of Professional Caregivers and Family Members Regarding the Use of Monitoring Devices to Improve Assessments of Pain and Discomfort During Continuous Sedation Until Death. (Abstract)

of behavior-based observational measures could be unreliable in a CSD context. We identified several facilitators and barriers to inform future implementation strategies.Most participants had no objections, and all participants found the use of monitoring devices during CSD feasible and acceptable. We identified a number of facilitators and barriers and suggested that being aware that care can be improved, good communication, shared decision making, and continuing professional education can overcome

2020 Journal of pain and symptom management

163. Laparoscopic gynecological surgery in an adult woman with Becker muscular dystrophy performed with sevoflurane with cisatracurium anesthesia: A case report. Full Text available with Trip Pro

scheduled for laparoscopic gynecological surgery. On the other hand, it is important to be aware of even rare complications of procedures, so that necessary precautions can be undertaken. Further investigations are necessary to determine the safe dosage of volatile anesthetics specifically for this clinical scenario so that anesthesiologists can use this combination method more accurately and precisely.

2020 Medicine

164. Quantifying the depth of anesthesia based on brain activity signal modeling. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Quantifying the depth of anesthesia based on brain activity signal modeling. Various methods of assessing the depth of anesthesia (DoA) and reducing intraoperative awareness during general anesthesia have been extensively studied in anesthesiology. However, most of the DoA monitors do not include brain activity signal modeling. Here, we propose a new algorithm termed the cortical activity index (CAI) based on the brain activity signals. In this study, we enrolled 32 patients who underwent

2020 Medicine

165. Severe corneal melting after cataract surgery in patients prescribed topical postoperative NSAIDs and dexamethasone/neomycin combination therapy. (Abstract)

and benzalkonium, that further compromise the corneal epithelium, should be used with vigilance and increased awareness of potential keratopathy and permanent visual morbidity.

2020 Journal of cataract and refractive surgery

166. Report of a Quality Improvement Program for Reducing Postoperative Complications by Using a Surgical Risk Calculator in a Cohort of General Surgery Patients. (Abstract)

Report of a Quality Improvement Program for Reducing Postoperative Complications by Using a Surgical Risk Calculator in a Cohort of General Surgery Patients. The study investigates whether postoperative complications in elective surgery can be reduced by using a risk calculator via raising the awareness of the surgeon in a preoperative briefing. Postoperative complications like wound infections or pneumonia result in a high burden for healthcare systems. Multiple quality improvement programs

2020 World Journal of Surgery

167. A rare case of recurrent primary anorectal melanoma emphasizing the importance of postoperative follow-ups. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A rare case of recurrent primary anorectal melanoma emphasizing the importance of postoperative follow-ups. Primary anorectal melanoma can be a rare differential diagnosis of anorectal mass. Due to the low case number reported in the literature, physicians are not aware of this aggressive disease. Although no consensus exists, wide local excision and abdominoperineal resection are considered the mainstay therapy.An 85-year-old female patient presented with fecal incontinence 5 years after local

2020 BMC Surgery

168. Enduring effects of adolescent ketamine exposure on cocaine- and sucrose-induced reward in male and female C57BL/6 mice. (Abstract)

antidepressant-like response). Collectively, we demonstrate that in the absence of physical or psychological stress, adolescent ketamine exposure increases later life preference for the rewarding properties of sucrose and cocaine in a sex- and age-specific manner. As such, this preclinical work provides awareness for the potential long-term behavioral consequences associated with juvenile ketamine exposure.

2020 Neuropsychopharmacology

169. Opioid Stewardship Program and Postoperative Adverse Events: A Difference-in-differences Cohort Study. (Abstract)

intervention did not reduce opioid adverse events or alter opioid use in hospitalized patients. The authors' findings suggest that despite opioid and multimodal analgesia awareness, limited-duration educational interventions do not substantially change the hospital use of opioid analgesics.

2020 Anesthesiology

170. COVID-19 Infection: Implications for Perioperative and Critical Care Physicians. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, and particularly anesthesiologists, are at the frontline of this epidemic, and they need to be aware of the best available evidence to guide therapeutic management of patients with COVID-19 and to keep themselves safe while doing so. Here, the authors review COVID-19 pathogenesis, presentation, diagnosis, and potential therapeutics, with a focus on management of COVID-19-associated respiratory failure. The authors draw on literature from other viral epidemics, treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome

2020 Anesthesiology

171. An Introduction to Causal Diagrams for Anesthesiology Research. Full Text available with Trip Pro

An Introduction to Causal Diagrams for Anesthesiology Research. Making good decisions in the era of Big Data requires a sophisticated approach to causality. We are acutely aware that association ≠ causation, yet untangling the two remains one of our greatest challenges. This realization has stimulated a Causal Revolution in epidemiology, and the lessons learned are highly relevant to anesthesia research. This article introduces readers to directed acyclic graphs; a cornerstone of modern causal

2020 Anesthesiology

172. A review of surgical and peri-operative factors to consider in emergency laparotomy care. Full Text available with Trip Pro

care team. It is important for all members of the medical teams to ensure that patients have given consent for both anaesthesia and surgery before emergency laparotomy. Small studies suggest that patients and their families are not aware of the high risk of morbidity and mortality following emergency laparotomy before operative intervention. Elderly patients should have early involvement from geriatric specialists and careful attention paid to assessment of frailty due to its association

2020 Anaesthesia

173. Human factors and the safety of surgical and anaesthetic care. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Human factors and the safety of surgical and anaesthetic care. Safety of patients in the operating theatre relies on a cordial and efficient working relationship between all members of the theatre team. A team that communicates well, defines the roles of its members and is aware of their limitations will provide safe patient care. In this review, we will examine how human factors engineering - the science of how to design processes, equipment and environments to optimise the human contributions

2020 Anaesthesia

174. A Qualitative Assessment of Factors That Children, Parents, and Clinicians Prioritize in the Setting of Elective Anesthesia and Surgery. (Abstract)

highly valued familial support during recovery, there was variable awareness of the impact of surgery on family members and support network. In contrast, parents focused on the importance of clear and open communication among themselves and the health care team and being equipped with appropriate knowledge and resources on discharge. The immediate repercussions of the child's surgery, such as pain, confusion, and nausea, appeared to be a primary focus of both parents and clinicians when describing (...) recovery. Clinicians had a comprehensive awareness of the possible psychological impacts of surgery in children, while parents reported varying degrees of awareness or concern regarding longer-term or more latent impacts of surgery and anesthesia (eg, anxiety and depression). Prior experience with pediatric surgery emerged as a distinguishing characteristic for parents and clinicians as parents without prior experience expressed less understanding of or comfort with managing a child's recovery

2020 Anesthesia and Analgesia

175. Guidelines on suicide amongst anaesthetists 2019. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Guidelines on suicide amongst anaesthetists 2019. Anaesthetists are thought to be at increased risk of suicide amongst the medical profession. The aims of the following guidelines are: increase awareness of suicide and associated vulnerabilities, risk factors and precipitants; to emphasise safe ways to respond to individuals in distress, both for them and for colleagues working alongside them; and to support individuals, departments and organisations in coping with a suicide.© 2019 The Authors

2020 Anaesthesia

176. Perioperative considerations for transgender women undergoing routine surgery: a narrative review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, and anatomical changes to be aware of from previous gender confirming or feminisation surgeries that can influence clinical decision-making.Copyright © 2020 British Journal of Anaesthesia. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2020 British Journal of Anaesthesia

177. Restricted versus liberal intraoperative benzodiazepine use in cardiac anaesthesia for reducing delirium (B-Free Pilot): a pilot, multicentre, randomised, cluster crossover trial. (Abstract)

%) and outcome assessment (one delirium assessment per day in the ICU in ≥90% of participants). We also evaluated the incidence of intraoperative awareness in one site using serial Brice questionnaires.Of 800 patients undergoing cardiac surgery during the trial period, 127/800 (15.9%) had delirium. Of these, 355/389 (91.3%) received benzodiazepines during the liberal benzodiazepine periods and 363/411 (88.3%) did not receive benzodiazepines during the restricted benzodiazepine periods. Amongst the 800 (...) patients, 740 (92.5%) had ≥1 postoperative delirium assessment per day in the ICU. Of 521 patients screened for intraoperative awareness, one patient (0.2%), managed during the restricted benzodiazepine period (but who received benzodiazepine), experienced intraoperative awareness.This pilot study demonstrates the feasibility of a large, multicentre, randomised, cluster crossover trial examining whether an institutional policy of restricted vs liberal benzodiazepine use during cardiac surgery

2020 British Journal of Anaesthesia

178. The Obese Patient: Facts, Fables, and Best Practices. (Abstract)

The Obese Patient: Facts, Fables, and Best Practices. The prevalence of obesity continues to rise worldwide, and anesthesiologists must be aware of current best practices in the perioperative management of the patient with obesity. Obesity alters anatomy and physiology, which complicates the evaluation and management of obese patients in the perioperative setting. Gastric point-of-care ultrasound (PoCUS) is a noninvasive tool that can be used to assess aspiration risk in the obese patient

2020 Anesthesia and Analgesia

179. Autonomous Systems in Anesthesia: Where Do We Stand in 2020? A Narrative Review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Autonomous Systems in Anesthesia: Where Do We Stand in 2020? A Narrative Review. As most of us are aware, almost every facet of our society is becoming, for better or worse, progressively more technology-dependent. Technological advancement has made autonomous systems, also known as robots, an integral part of our life in several fields, including medicine. The application of robots in anesthesia could be classified into 3 types of robots. The first ones are pharmacological robots. These robots

2020 Anesthesia and Analgesia

180. American Society for Enhanced Recovery and Perioperative Quality Initiative Joint Consensus Statement on the Role of Neuromonitoring in Perioperative Outcomes: Electroencephalography. (Abstract)

from anesthesiology, biomedical engineering, neurology, and surgery to review the current literature and to develop consensus recommendations on the utility of EEG monitoring during anesthesia. We retrieved a total of 1023 articles addressing the use of EEG monitoring during anesthesia and conducted meta-analyses from 15 trials to determine the effect of EEG-guided anesthesia on the rate of unintentional awareness, postoperative delirium, neurocognitive disorder, and long-term mortality after (...) surgery. After considering current evidence, the working group recommends that EEG monitoring should be considered as part of the vital organ monitors to guide anesthetic management. In addition, we encourage anesthesiologists to be knowledgeable in basic EEG interpretation, such as raw waveform, spectrogram, and processed indices, when using these devices. Current evidence suggests that EEG-guided anesthesia reduces the rate of awareness during total intravenous anesthesia and has similar efficacy

2020 Anesthesia and Analgesia

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