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Manual in-line stabilisation during tracheal intubation: effective protection or harmful dogma?

M D Wiles,

Anaesthesia (Anaesthesia)
[2021, 76(6):850-853]

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Pre-oxygenation using high-flow nasal oxygen vs. tight facemask during rapid sequence induction: a reply.

A Sjöblom, Å Lodenius, M Hedberg, M J Fagerlund,

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[2021, :]

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The effect of peri-operative dexmedetomidine on the incidence of postoperative delirium in cardiac and non-cardiac surgical patients: a randomised, double-blind placebo-controlled trial.

J van Norden, C D Spies, F Borchers, M Mertens, J Kurth, J Heidgen, A Pohrt, A Mueller,

Delirium occurs commonly following major non-cardiac and cardiac surgery and is associated with: postoperative mortality; postoperative neurocognitive dysfunction; increased length of hospital stay; and major postoperative complications and morbidity. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of peri-operative administration of dexmedetomidine on the incidence of postoperative delirium ... Read more >>

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Impact of an Australian/New Zealand organisational position statement on extended-release opioid prescribing among surgical inpatients: a dual centre before-and-after study.

R Awadalla, S Liu, A Kemp-Casey, D Gnjidic, A Patanwala, J Stevens, D Begley, B Bugeja, J Penm,

Extended-release opioids are often prescribed to manage postoperative pain despite being difficult to titrate to analgesic requirements and their association with long-term opioid use. An Australian/New Zealand organisational position statement released in March 2018 recommended avoiding extended-release opioid prescribing for acute pain. This study aimed to evaluate the impact of ... Read more >>

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How can never event data be used to reflect or improve hospital safety performance* ?

J Olivarius-McAllister, M Pandit, A Sykes, J J Pandit,

The absolute number of never events is used by UK regulators to help assess hospital safety performance, without account of hospital workload. We applied funnel plots, as an established means of taking workload into account, to published never event data for 151 acute Trusts in NHS England, matched to finished ... Read more >>

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Making the grade: has Cormack and Lehane grading stood the test of time?

A C Pearce, L V Duggan, K El-Boghdadly,

Anaesthesia (Anaesthesia)
[2021, 76(5):705-709]

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Tailoring postoperative pain management using a procedure-specific approach.

E Roofthooft, G P Joshi, N Rawal, M Van de Velde,

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[2021, :]

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Recommendations for total hip arthroplasty pain management: what's old, what's new and what continues to be missing?

F W Abdallah, C J L McCartney,

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[2021, :]

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Understanding the organ donation conversation landscape in the UK.

H Opdam, S Radford,

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[2021, :]

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Long-term trends in critical care admissions in Wales.

R J Pugh, R Bailey, T Szakmany, M Al Sallakh, J Hollinghurst, A Akbari, R Griffiths, C Battle, C Thorpe, C P Subbe, R A Lyons,

As national populations age, demands on critical care services are expected to increase. In many healthcare settings, longitudinal trends indicate rising numbers and proportions of patients admitted to ICU who are older; elsewhere, including some parts of the UK, a decrease has raised concerns with regard to rationing according to ... Read more >>

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Steroids to reduce the impact on delirium (STRIDE): a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled feasibility trial of pre-operative dexamethasone in people with hip fracture.

M T Kluger, M Skarin, J Collier, D A Rice, P J McNair, M Y Seow, M J Connolly,

Neuro-inflammation may be important in the pathogenesis of postoperative delirium following hip fracture surgery. Studies have suggested a potential role for steroids in reducing postoperative delirium; however, the potential efficacy and safety of pre-operative high-dose dexamethasone in this specific population is largely unknown. Conducting such a study could be challenging, ... Read more >>

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The effect of saline versus air for cuff inflation on the incidence of high intra-cuff pressure in paediatric MicroCuff® tracheal tubes: a randomised controlled trial.

J Armstrong, P Jenner, S Poulose, I K Moppett,

The use of cuffed tracheal tubes in paediatric anaesthesia is now common. The use of nitrous oxide in anaesthesia risks excessive tracheal tube cuff pressures, as nitrous oxide can diffuse into the cuff during the course of surgery. The aim of this single-centre, prospective, randomised controlled trial was to compare ... Read more >>

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Decision-to-delivery interval and neonatal outcomes for category-1 caesarean sections during the COVID-19 pandemic.

K Bhatia, M Columb, A Bewlay, N Tageldin, C Knapp, Y Qamar, A Dooley, P Kamath, M Hulgur, ,

General anaesthesia is known to achieve the shortest decision-to-delivery interval for category-1 caesarean section. We investigated whether the COVID-19 pandemic affected the decision-to delivery interval and influenced neonatal outcomes in patients who underwent category-1 caesarean section. Records of 562 patients who underwent emergency caesarean section between 1 April 2019 and ... Read more >>

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Effect of the use of earplugs and eye masks on the quality of sleep after major abdominal surgery: a randomised controlled trial.

R W Leong, L J Davies, S Fook-Chong, S Y Ng, Y L Lee,

Significant sleep disturbance can occur following major abdominal surgery. We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of earplugs and eye masks in improving sleep quality and patient satisfaction, reducing nursing demands and in the incidence of delirium in patients after major abdominal surgery. We conducted a randomised controlled trial in 100 ... Read more >>

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The use of dexmedetomidine to prevent delirium after major cardiac and non-cardiac surgery.

A Chuan, R D Sanders,

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[2021, :]

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A randomised trial of bilateral erector spinae plane block vs. no block for thoracolumbar decompressive spinal surgery.

D Finnerty, A Ní Eochagáin, M Ahmed, A Poynton, J S Butler, D J Buggy,

Major spinal surgery causes significant postoperative pain. We tested the efficacy and safety of bilateral erector spinae block on quality of recovery and pain after thoracolumbar decompression. We randomly allocated 60 adults to standard care or erector spinae block. Erector spinae block improved the mean (SD) quality of recovery-15 score ... Read more >>

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Fatigue in critical care survivors: multidisciplinary and self-management strategies.

M M Hosey, D M Needham, S R Kudchadkar,

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A recurring case of 'no trace, right place' during emergency tracheal intubations in the critical care setting.

J Collins, A Ní Eochagáin, E P O'Sullivan,

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[2021, :]

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Anaesthetic implications for a malignant hyperthermia-susceptible fetus.

C C Nestor, R Kearsley, M G Irwin,

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[2021, :]

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De-implementation of extended-release opioids from peri-operative pathways.

N Levy, K Raghunathan, D N Lobo,

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[2021, :]

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Anaemia among intensive care unit survivors and association with days alive and at home: an observational study.

S van der Laan, T Billah, C Chi, C Lai, E Litton,

Anaemia is highly prevalent at the time of intensive care unit discharge and is persistent for a high proportion of intensive care unit survivors. Whether anaemia is a driver of impaired recovery after critical illness is uncertain. The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that, in adult ... Read more >>

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Persistent headache and low back pain after accidental dural puncture in the obstetric population: a prospective, observational, multicentre cohort study.

G Niraj, M Mushambi, P Gauthama, A Patil, A Kelkar, E Hart, T Nurmikko, ,

Accidental dural puncture following epidural insertion can cause a post-dural headache that is defined by the International Headache Society as self-limiting. We aimed to confirm if accidental dural puncture could be associated with persistent headache and back pain when compared with matched control parturients. We performed a prospective multicentre cohort ... Read more >>

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PROSPECT guideline for elective caesarean section: a reply.

E Roofthooft, G P Joshi, N Rawal, M Van de Velde,

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[2021, :]

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Critical care in an ageing world: too much of a good thing, or a rising challenge?

N I Lone, G Suntharalingam,

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[2021, :]

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Validation of the factors influencing family consent for organ donation in the UK.

R M K Curtis, A R Manara, S Madden, C Brown, S Duncalf, D Harvey, A Tridente, D Gardiner,

Between 2013 and 2019, there was an increase in the consent rate for organ donation in the UK from 61% to 67%, but this remains lower than many European countries. Data on all family approaches (16,896) for donation in UK intensive care units or emergency departments between April 2014 and ... Read more >>

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