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Effectiveness of the Combat Application Tourniquet for Arterial Occlusion in Young Children.

Tourniquet use for extremity hemorrhage has become a mainstay in adult trauma care in last 15 years. The efforts of the Stop the Bleed campaign have increased the distribution and use of tourniquets in civilian settings in response to mass shootings and as part of disaster preparedness. Little research or published experience exists regarding the use of tourniquets in the pediatric population. This study sought to determine the minimum patient age on which the Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT) is able to ...

Review: Getting Tourniquets Right = Getting Tourniquets Tight.

Tourniquet application to stop limb bleeding is conceptually simple, but optimal application technique matters, generally requires training, and is more likely with objective measures of correct application technique. Evidence of problems with application techniques, knowledge, and training can be ascertained from January 2007 to August 2018 PubMed peer-reviewed papers and in Stop The Bleed-related videos. Available data indicates optimal technique when not under fire involves application directly on skin. ...

Effectiveness of the American College of Surgeons Bleeding Control Basic Training Among Laypeople Applying Different Tourniquet Types: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

More than 500 000 laypeople in the United States have been trained in hemorrhage control, including tourniquet application, under the Stop the Bleed campaign. However, it is unclear whether after hemorrhage control training participants become proficient in a specific type of tourniquet or can also use other tourniquets effectively.

Deliberate Practice in Combat Application Tourniquet Placement by Loop Passage.

We sought opportunities to develop learning practices of individual first aid providers. In this study, we simulated deliberate practice in placing limb tourniquets.

Proficiency in Improvised Tourniquets for Extremities: A Review.

Tourniquets have become ubiquitous tools for controlling hemorrhage in the modern prehospital environment, and while commercial products are preferable, improvised tourniquets play an important role when commercial options are not available. A properly constructed improvised tourniquet can be highly effective provided the user adheres to certain principles. This review article identifies key skills in the construction and application of improvised tourniquets on an extremity. An improvised tourniquet design...

Proximal esophageal contraction after induction of ineffective distal contraction by sildenafil in healthy volunteers.

Proximal esophagus is composed of striated muscle replaced by smooth muscle in the distal section. Sildenafil, an inhibitor of phosphodiesterase type 5, causes a decrease in the amplitude of contractions in distal smooth muscle esophagus, with no effect on the proximal esophageal striated muscle. The aim of this investigation was to evaluate the hypothesis that proximal contractions are affected by changes in distal contractions caused by sildenafil.

Assessment of the Efficacy and Safety of a Novel, Low-Cost, Junctional Tourniquet in a Porcine Model of Hemorrhagic Shock.

Commercially available junctional tourniquets (JTQs) have several drawbacks. We developed a low-cost, compact, easy to apply JTQ. The aim of this study was to assess the tourniquets' safety and efficacy in a swine model of controlled hemorrhage.

Use of the wide-awake local anaesthetic no tourniquet in the management of distal radius fractures.

To evaluate the Wide-Awake Local Anaesthesia with No Tourniquet (WALANT) method in fixation of distal radial fractures.

Characteristics of proximal early gastric cancer differentiating distal early gastric cancer.

Previous studies reported substantial differences between proximal and distal gastric cancer, however, most of the cases included in these studies were advanced gastric cancers (AGCs). The aim of this study was to investigate the unique characteristics of proximal early gastric cancer (EGC) by comparing with distal EGC. From March 2007 to March 2016, proximal and distal EGC patients who underwent endoscopic or surgical resection at our institution were matched 1:3 according to age and sex. We retrospectivel...

2019 Recommended Limb Tourniquets in Tactical Combat Casualty Care.

Military and civilian trauma can be distinctly different but the leading cause of preventable trauma deaths in the prehospital environment, extremity hemorrhage, does not discriminate. The current paper is the most comprehensive review of limb tourniquets employable in the tactical combat casualty care environment and provides the first update to the CoTCCC-recommended limb tourniquets since 2005. This review also highlights the lack of unbiased data, official reporting mechanisms, and official studies with...

Concurrent Proximal Fractures Are Rare in Distal Forearm Fractures: A National Cross-sectional Study.

Distal forearm fractures (DFF) account for 1.5% of emergency department (ED) visits in the United States. Clinicians frequently obtain imaging above/below the location of injury to rule out additional injuries. We sought to determine the incidence of associated proximal fractures (APF) in the setting of DFF and to evaluate the imaging practices in a nationally representative sample of EDs.

How is the outcome of the Limb Preservation System™ for reconstruction of hip and knee?

Despite tremendous advantages in the development and application of megaprostheses in tumour and revision surgery, complications are still not infrequently observed. Only two studies investigating the outcome of the LPS™ system in the proximal femur and distal femur/proximal tibia have been published thus far. Herein, mid-term implant survival rates one of the largest cohort of patients treated with the LPS™-system are presented aiming tp answer: 1) How is the outcome of the LPS™ system in the proxima...

Is Adjacent Segment Disease More Frequent in Proximal Levels in Comparison with Distal Levels? Based on Radiological Data of at Least 2 Years Follow Up with More than 2 Level Thoracolumbar Fusions.

The purpose of this retrospective study was to determine which of the proximal adjacent segment disease (ASD) and distal ASD was more prevalent and what parameters is more related to ASD in proximal levels and distal levels after more than 2 levels fusions.

Distal esophagus is the most commonly involved site for strictures in patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.

While strictures are common in eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), there are few data on stricture distribution and characteristics. Our primary aim was to characterize strictures by location in the esophagus in EoE and associated clinical, endoscopic, and histologic features. This was a retrospective study from the UNC EoE Clinicopathologic Database of subjects with esophageal strictures or narrowing from 2002 to 2017. Strictures were categorized as distal esophagus/gastroesophageal junction, mid-esophagus, pr...

Ability of Layperson Callers to Apply a Tourniquet Following Protocol-Based Instructions from an Emergency Medical Dispatcher.

: One of the greatest casualty-care improvements resulting from US military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan has been the reduction of preventable death from massive extremity hemorrhage - largely due to the widespread use of limb tourniquets. More recently, tourniquet use in civilian, prehospital settings has shown promise in reducing deaths in cases of catastrophic arterial limb hemorrhage. Telephone instructions by trained emergency medical dispatchers (EMDs) on applying an available tourniquet may hel...

The Effects of Tourniquet Application in Total Knee Arthroplasty on the Recovery of Thigh Muscle Strength and Clinical Outcomes.

The present randomized controlled study aims to evaluate whether tourniquet application during total knee arthroplasty (TKA) has an effect on (1) thigh muscle strength (quadriceps and hamstring muscle strength) and (2) clinical outcomes (postoperative knee range of motion [ROM], postoperative pain level, and Knee Society Score [KSS]). The effects of tourniquet application during TKA were investigated in 65 patients randomly allocated to one of two groups: TKA with a tourniquet and TKA without a tourniquet. ...

Interoperable Readiness to Use Tourniquets by One's Familiarity With Different Models.

We investigated interoperability for a first aid provider to perform simulated use of three tourniquet models of maximal, moderate, and minimal familiarity.

Reducing the Hypertensive Effects of the Prolonged Surgical Tourniquet Using a Dual-Cuff Strategy: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial.

We evaluated whether moving the "line of crush" from thigh to the calf before onset of tourniquet-mediated hypertension would prevent or diminish it. We also evaluated any change in pain or functional outcome. Twenty adult patients were recruited and randomly assigned to either control or intervention groups. Inclusion criteria: any willing participant >18 years old with foot and/or ankle pathology requiring an operation lasting >90 minutes. Exclusion criteria included contraindication to general anesthesia...

Global Prevalence of Colorectal Neoplasia: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Most colorectal cancers (CRC) arise from colorectal adenomas, yet there is not enough information on global prevalence to inform healthcare policy. We examined the prevalence of any type of adenomas, advanced adenomas (AAD), and CRC according to age, sex, ethnicity, geographical regions, and anatomic location (proximal vs distal).

Prognosis of Incomplete Avulsion of the Proximal Hamstring Tendon Is Determined by the Avulsion Location of the Proximal Hamstring Tendon Footprint.

To test the hypothesis that prognosis of incomplete avulsion of the proximal hamstring tendon would be worse whether avulsion location reached the proximal part of the conjoined tendon (CJ) footprint or not.

Systemic and local effects of lidocaine or mepivacaine when used for intravenous regional anaesthesia of the distal limb in standing sedated horses.

Local anaesthetics are being combined clinically with amikacin in intravenous regional limb perfusion (IVRLP), with limited knowledge on the analgesia provided and its onset and duration of action after tourniquet application and release.

Regional differences in Caentry along the proximal-middle-distal muscle axis during eccentric contractions in rat skeletal muscle.

Eccentric (ECC) contractions-induced muscle damage is associated with calcium ion (Ca) influx from the extracellular milieu through stretch-activated channels. It remains unknown whether Cainflux consequent to repetitive ECC contractions is non-uniform across different muscle regions. We tested the hypothesis that there are regional differences in Caentry along the proximal-middle-distal muscle axis. Tibialis anterior (TA) muscles of adult male Wistar rats were exposed by reflecting the overlying skin and f...

Shoulder and elbow arthroplasty after ipsilateral fractures of the proximal and distal humerus in the elderly.

The aim of this paper was to present our experience and the outcomes in 3 elderly patients who underwent combined shoulder and elbow arthroplasty after ipsilateral fractures of the proximal and distal humerus in our center. Also, we evaluate difficulties in their treatment and report their final follow-up.

Mechanical Thrombectomy in Distal Vessels: Revascularization Rates, Complications, and Functional Outcome.

and Importance: Pivotal trials have shown the tremendous efficacy of mechanical thrombectomy in proximal occlusions. However distal occlusions involving M2 and beyond, ACA and posterior cerebral arteries were not represented. In this study, we investigated the feasibility and safety of distal circulation mechanical thrombectomy.

Ultrasound-Guided Proximal and Distal Suprascapular Nerve Blocks: A Comparative Cadaveric Study.

The primary aim of our study was to evaluate and compare the accuracy of ultrasound (US)-guided distal suprascapular nerve (dSSN) and proximal SSN (pSSN) blocks. Secondary aims were to compare the phrenic nerve involvement between groups and to describe the anatomical features of the sensory branches of the dSSN.

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