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To provide French guidelines about "Airway management during paediatric anaesthesia".

Airway Management in Patients with Mucopolysaccharidoses: The Progression Towards Difficult Intubation.

Patients with mucopolysaccharidoses have physical changes to their airways over time. Due to the natural progression of their disease, these patients become more difficult to intubate as they get older.

Accuracy of ultrasound in measurement of the paediatric cricothyroid membrane.

Emergency front of neck airway is a recommended airway rescue strategy in children over one year old. Surgical tracheostomy is advocated as the first line technique, but in the absence of an ear, nose and throat surgeon cricothyroidotomy or tracheostomy are proposed. Recent research shows that clinical identification of the cricothyroid membrane is frequently inaccurate in older children and adults and has prompted investigation of ultrasound as a potential clinical tool for emergency front of neck airway. ...

Neuromonitoring in paediatric anaesthesia.

There has been a steady advance in neuromonitoring during anaesthesia. Inevitably much of the research is first done in adults and later in children. This review will focus on the recent paediatric publications (2017-2019) in two areas of neuromonitoring - measuring anaesthesia effect and cerebral perfusion and oxygenation.

French Guidelines of Paediatric Airway Management: Job Done?

Evaluation of intraosseous computerized injection system (QuickSleeper ) versus conventional infiltration anaesthesia in paediatric oral healthcare: a multicenter, single-blind, combined split-mouth and parallel-arm randomized controlled trial.

Conventional infiltration anaesthesia (CIA) is the most frequently used in paediatric oral healthcare. However, other techniques are available, such as intraosseous anaesthesia (IOA), that can beneficiate from newly developed technologies.

Airway management of Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformation Resection in neonates and infants: A case cohort study.

Anesthetic management of congenital pulmonary airway malformation has not been well described in the literature whether one lung ventilation is indicated during thoracoscopic lobectomy and if so, what is the best technique to achieve one lung ventilation.

Intraoperative oxygenation and ventilation in children - a U.K. survey of current practice.

There is currently minimal evidence for intraoperative oxygenation and ventilation strategies in paediatric anaesthesia. The consensus of the European Society for Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care recommends targeting the lowest fractional inspired oxygen concentration (Fi ) possible and tidal volumes (V ) of . Recent evidence suggests avoiding Fi >0.8 in anaesthetised children with normal lungs . We surveyed anaesthetists in the U.K. to establish current oxygenation and ventilatory strategie...

A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Learners' Decision-making, Anxiety, and Task Load During a Simulated Airway Crisis Using Two Difficult Airway Aids.

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) difficult airway algorithm and the Vortex approach are difficult airway aids. Our objective was to demonstrate that a simpler cognitive model would facilitate improved decision-making during a process such as difficult airway management. We hypothesized the simpler Vortex approach would be associated with less anxiety and task load.

Concern regarding the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in the anticipated difficult airway.

In reply: Concern regarding the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in the anticipated difficult airway.

Achieving proficiency in rigid bronchoscopy-a study in manikins.

Rigid bronchoscopy may be used to relieve acute airway obstruction following induction of anaesthesia and is a recommended option for management of the difficult airway. The ability of anaesthetists to perform rigid bronchoscopy has not been reported. We sought to explore the acquisition of procedural skill in rigid bronchoscopy by anaesthesiologists in a manikin.

Comparison between the Baska Mask and I-Gel for Minor Surgical Procedures Under General Anaesthesia.

Minor surgical procedures under general anaesthesia require a patent airway without the use of muscle relaxant. Supraglottic airway devices have been widely used for airway management. A study was undertaken to compare first-time insertion success rate, insertion time, sealing pressure and complications between the Baska mask and I-gel.

Will This Patient Be Difficult to Intubate?: The Rational Clinical Examination Systematic Review.

Recognizing patients in whom endotracheal intubation is likely to be difficult can help alert physicians to the need for assistance from a clinician with airway training and having advanced airway management equipment available.

Difficult Airway Identification and Management in Patients With Moebius Syndrome.

Airway management in patients with Moebius syndrome can be difficult due to the presence of orofacial malformations. This paper aims to present our institution's experience in the evaluation and management of the upper airway in patients with Moebius syndrome METHODOLOGY:: The authors performed a retrospective study including every patient with Moebius syndrome submitted to surgery between 2012 and 2017. Difficult airway was defined as one requiring more than 2 attempts to achieve endotracheal tube placemen...

Paediatric acute care: Highlights from the Paediatric Acute Care-Advanced Paediatric Life Support Conference, Hobart, 2018.

The Paediatric Acute Care Conference (PACC) is an annual conference organised by APLS Australia to advance paediatric acute care topics for clinicians in pre-hospital medicine, EDs, acute paediatrics, intensive care and anaesthesia. The PACC 2018 was held in Hobart, Tasmania. We provide a summary of some of the presentations.

Anaesthesia in Adult Patients with Obesity.

The prevalence of obesity has substantially increased worldwide during the last ten years. Hence, more anaesthetic procedures will be performed in obese patients in the future and more hospitals have to be prepared for the perioperative treatment of extremely obese patients including medical, technical and organisational issues. These include not only the management of the perioperative problems of adiposity, but also of its numerous concomitant diseases. Besides hyperlipidemia, diabetes mellitus, arterial ...

Retrospective audit of airway management practices in children with craniocervical pathology.

Craniocervical immobilisation using halo body orthoses may be required in the management of children with craniocervical junction pathology. To date, the effect of such immobilisation on perioperative anaesthetic management has not been addressed in large series.

News from SPANZA.

Balancing competing risks.

In this issue: January 2019.

Intra-operative difficult airway identification and critical airway communication: how effective are we?: A retrospective review of 6318 cases.

Dräger Ventilator - Ventilates without Fresh Gas Flow.

We present a case which illustrates a serious design flaw in the Dräger Fabius Tiro anaesthetic machine, which risks hypoxia and, additionally, awareness in a paralysed patient. This occurred during anaesthesia in a healthy 2 year old child undergoing emergency trauma surgery to their hand. Following intravenous induction with Propofol and Alfentanil, tracheal intubation was performed without a muscle relaxant. A T-piece breathing circuit was used for induction and it was connected to the common gas outlet...

Acetaminophen dosing in the era of enhanced recovery after surgery.

Failing to THRIVE in paediatric anaesthesia.

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