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 October  2014

 

 Volume 1 Issue 1 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Research Article

Pain Patterns in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, and the Utility of Sciatic Nerve Blockade for Postoperative Analgesia
Kevin M. Hibbard, Steven L. Orebaugh*, Michael L. Kentor, and Brian A. Williams

In anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) with hamstring autograft, a significant degree of posterior knee pain is expected from the tendon harvesting procedure. However, pain patterns are not as predictable for non-hamstring ACLR.  
                                                                 
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Case Reports

C-Mac Videolaryngoscope: A Patient Safety Device and Teaching Tool?
George W. Williams*, Sabeen Mujtaba and Shruti Deshpande

The fundamental responsibility of the anesthesiologists in the teaching hospitals is to teach direct laryngoscopy and intubation a new resident or a novice student. The instructor
and the trainee cannot share patient’s direct laryngoscopic view while intubating with traditional Macintosh laryngoscopes without great effort and questionable reliability.  
                                                                       
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Research Article

Preparation Strategies for the American Board of Anesthesiology In-Training Examination and Indicators of Success: A National Survey
George W. Williams*, Kristin Guy, Katherine Normand and Amy Graham Carlson

We conducted a nationwide survey of anesthesiology residents to assess the preparation for the Anesthesiology In-Training Examination (ITE) and to evaluate the success rates of various preparation strategies. Specifically, the questions were designed to further investigate residents 1) who’s study techniques performed by those that performed greater than the 75th percentile, 2) that had a large improvement in examination on the ITE or 3) that passed the American Board of Anesthesiology Written Examination (ABAWE) on their first try.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Full textDownload PDF        _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Case Report

A Unique Technique of External Chest Compressions Synchronised with Suction to Clear an Occluded Main Bronchus
Saad Gomaa*

We conducted a nationwide survey of anesthesiology residents to assess the preparation for the Anesthesiology In-Training Examination (ITE) and to evaluate the success rates of various preparation strategies. Specifically, the questions were designed to further investigate residents 1) who’s study techniques performed by those that performed greater than the 75th percentile, 2) that had a large improvement in examination on the ITE or 3) that passed the American Board of Anesthesiology Written Examination (ABAWE) on their first try.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Full textDownload PDF        ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Research Article

Efficacy and Safety of Three Alveolar Recruitment Manoeuvres after Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
Eugenia V. Fot, Vsevolod V. Kuzkov, Konstantin M. Gaidukov, Lars J. Bjertnæs, and Mikhail Y. Kirov*

The aim of study was to assess the efficacy and safety of three different modes of alveolar recruitment manoeuvre (RM) and to evaluate their influence on early postoperative period after off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCAB). We randomized 80 adult patients after OPCAB to four groups: СPAP-40 group was exposed to RM by changing the ventilator mode to continuous positive airway pressure of 40 cm H2O for 40 seconds; in a Peak-40 group, RM was achieved by inflating the lungs at constant flow until a peak inspiratory pressure of 40 cm H2O was reached and held for 40 seconds; the PEEP-15 group received RM by raising the positive end-expiratory pressure to 15 cm H2O for five minutes; the control group received no RM.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Full textDownload PDF        

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