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Difficult Airway Prediction in Paediatric Anaesthesia

The incidence of difficult airway in paediatric population is up-to date not well described. Difficult airway is connected with significant airway-related morbidity and mortality. The majority of difficult airway in paediatric patients should be predictable. The aim of the study is to evaluate the incidence of difficult airway in paediatric patients scheduled for surgery under general anaesthesia and to test the predictability of the set of prediction tests to reveal the patien...


Airway Management Practice Patterns in Paediatric Anaesthesia: A Survey

Respiratory adverse events continue to be the leading reason for perioperative critical events in children. It is crucial for the anaesthesiologist to anticipate, recognize and treat these respiratory adverse events. Respiratory adverse events are one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality during paediatric anaesthesia. To avoid trouble, one must be prepared for trouble: if a difficult airway is very likely, anaesthesia should be administered by experienced anaesthesiol...

Algorithms in a Simulated Difficult Intubation Scenario

This is a non-human study, conducted in a simulation environment, with simulator manikins, and volunteers from anaesthesia. Trainees in their first 2 years of anaesthetics training will be randomised to a control group, a group following the Difficult Airway Society UK's Guidelines and the Australian Difficult Airway management algorithm. A simulated difficult airway will be created during the induction of anaesthesia. The investigators will examine adherence to guidelines, whi...


Comparison of Two Blades of Videolaryngoscope in Simulated Difficult Airway in Children

Airway management and tracheal intubation are routinely performed in paediatric anaesthesia and yet are associated with preventable adverse events. The D-blade of videolaryngoscope is preferred in difficult intubation with a more curved blade then the Macintosh videolaryngoscope blade, which may be more useful in difficult intubation. The aim of the study is to compare the D-blade of videolaryngoscope with Macintosh videolaryngoscope blade.

Ultrasonography vs Conventional Methods for Prediction of Difficult Airway in Adult Patients

The aim of this study to assess and compare between methods of prediction of difficult airway including Mallmpati score , thyromental distance and us measured distance from skin to epiglottis(DES) t the level of thyrohyoid membrane in adult patients requiring endotracheal intubation for an elective surgical procedure.

TMHT - New Method of Difficult Intubation Prediction

The purpose of this study is to assess the usefulness of the Thyromental Height Test in prediction of difficult intubation using double lumen endotracheal tubes in patients scheduled for elective thoracic procedures.

Apnoeic Oxygenation by Nasal Cannula During Airway Management in Children Undergoing General Anaesthesia.

Airway management is a core clinical skill in anaesthesia. Pre-oxygenation prior to induction of anaesthesia is standard practice to prevent desaturation. Apnoeic oxygenation in adults is effective and prolongs the time to desaturation. The effectiveness of apnoeic oxygenation in the adult is well document, however evidence in the paediatric is lacking. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of apnoeic oxygenation during airway management in child...

Establishment of Airway Database for Surgical Patients

Difficult airway is a major reason of anesthesia related injuries with latent life threatening complications. Foresee difficult airway in the preoperative period is vital for the patient's safety. The aim of this study is to develop a computer algorithm that can detect whether the patient is a difficult airway based on photographs form six aspects. This method will be decreased potential complication related to difficult airway and increased patient safety.

Comparison in Difficult Airway Scenario Induced in Patients With Laryngeal Mask Airway (LMA)-Classic™, LMA™ - Flexible and LMA - Proseal™

Supraglottic airway tools, one of the tools used in the management of the difficult airway. American Society of Anesthesiologists and the Difficult Airway Society of the United Kingdom airway management algorithms have included the LMA. In our study investigators aimed to determine which one will show the best performance with supraglottic airway means that LMA - Classic, LMA - Flexible and LMA - ProSeal in patients that difficult airway scenarios created with attaching collar.

I-gel Versus C-LMA as a Conduit for Tracheal Intubation Using Ventilating Bougie

Supraglottic Airway devices(SGAs) like I-Gel and C-LMA ( classic laryngeal mask airway ) have been used as a conduit for tracheal intubation using ventilating bougie. General Anaesthesia with tracheal intubation is one of the technique for giving anaesthesia. Tracheal intubation may become difficult sometimes and endangers patients life. Using SGAs as a conduit for tracheal intubation helps in securing airway. This will be further facilitated by using ventilating bougie, as it ...

Respiratory Management of Children Under Anaesthesia

Ventilation management in paediatric anaesthesia remains difficult because of the wide range of age and weight, and therefore practices are heterogeneous. In adults, protective ventilation during anesthesia is now a standard of care but in children there is no level of evidence to recommend it. The aim of the study was to describe current practice and the factors associated with the use of high tidal volume during anaesthesia in children in France.

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Utility of Bedside Ultrasound in the Prediction of Difficult Airway

A variety of pre-intubation clinical screening tests have been advocated to predict difficult laryngoscopy, but their usefulness is limited in emergency department, intensive care unit, pre-hospital and combat settings. Patients in these settings are often confused, lethargic, obtunded, uncooperative and common screening tests for difficult laryngoscopy cannot be applied in a large number of emergency intubations. In the recent past, there has been growing interest in upper air...

Two Neck Ultrasound Measurements as Predictors of Difficult Laryngoscopy

Background: Unpredictable laryngoscopic difficulty remains a dramatic challenge for anaesthesiologists. Ultrasound (US) based airway assessment has been recently proposed as a useful tool in adjunct to clinical methods, but to date few studies are available about the potential role of ultrasound in difficult airway evaluation. The aim of this study is to determine the correlation between the sonographic measurements of anterior cervical soft tissues's thickness and Cormack-Leh...

Frequency of Airway Complications During General Anaesthesia After Introducing Five Handling Adaptations

The purpose of this study is to determine if five simple adaptations in airway management of patients undergoing general anaesthesia can reduce minor and major airway complications. After a first detection of causes of airway complications during general anaesthesia investigators initiated five different interventions in airway management, which were: immediate bag-valve mask ventilation after administering of muscle relaxants, optimized preoxygenation, introducing of a preint...

Comparing Between Air-Q Intubating Laryngeal Airway and Ambu® AuraGain™

The aim of this randomized study is conducted is to evaluate the performance and safety of air-Q intubating laryngeal airway as primary airway device in various short surgical procedure in children compared to Ambu® AuraGain™ Laryngeal Mask. Current Supraglottic airway devices (SADs) available in are classic LMA (cLMA), proseal LMA (pLMA), supreme LMA (sLMA) and the newer is Ambu® AuraGain™laryngeal mask. As variety of newer SADs for children have emerged since their intr...

Nasopharyngeal Versus Laryngeal Mask Airway in Anaesthesia for Bilateral Blepharoplasty

General anaesthesia demands securing patient's airway either with endotracheal tube or laryngeal mask (LMA); however, both carry the disadvantage of postoperative soar throat. Nasopharyngeal airway (NPA) can be an alternative without the risk of postoperative soar throat.6 The primary end point of our study is to assess the incidence of soar throat with the use of NPA compared to LMA in patients receiving general anaesthesia during blepharoplasty.

The Effect of Different Videolaryngoscopes on Intubation Success in Difficult Airway Patients

Mallampati score > 3 generally indicate difficult airway and difficult intubation. Most anesthesiologist usually use this score system to predict difficult airway management. Different laryngoscopes may be useful in management of difficult airway. This study designed to compare different videolaryngoscopes in intubation success in patient of Mallampati score>3.

Comparison of Anaesthesia Requirement for Ventilation With Endotracheal Tube Versus Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway

Endotracheal tube (ETT) is the gold standard conduit for providing controlled ventilation during general anaesthesia (GA). however, the supra-glottic airway (SGA) devices in particular the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) and its variants have become a reliable alternative to ETT for carrying out controlled ventilation. Of the several variants of LMA available today, the proseal LMA (PLMA) is preferred for controlled ventilation. The various advantages of LMA includes, a lower incid...

Awake Nasal Intubation in Oro and Hypo-pharynx Tumors

This study evaluates the efficiency of awake naso-tracheal intubation and patient satisfaction when using a small diameter flexible nasolaryngoscope together with topical anaesthesia and light sedation with a combination of benzodiazepine, fentanyl and droperidol. The selected patients will have difficult airway access because of obstructing oro- and hypo-pharynx tumours.

The Incidence of Difficult Intubation in Obese Versus Non-obese Patients

The aim of our study is to identify the incidence of difficult endotracheal intubation in patients with normal BMI undergoing surgery under general anaesthesia in our hospital and compare it to that of obese patients.

Supraglottic Airway Devices in Pediatric Difficult Airway Situations

The purpose of the study is to compare three supraglottic airway devices (Combitube, Easytube, laryngeal mask airway) to endotracheal intubation in a simulated difficult airway scenario in a pediatric manikin.

Comparison of Modified Mallampati Classification With M-TAC in Difficult Airway

The study title "Clinical trial of comparative evaluation of the Modified Mallampati Score and Modified Mallampati Score along with Thyromental distance, Anatomical abnormality, and Cervical mobility (M-TAC) in Predicting Difficult Airway " was undertaken to evaluate prediction of difficult airway by comparing preoperative airway evaluation tests. Mallampati classification is the most used screening test for detection of difficult intubation it is a classification of oropharyn...

PErioperAtive CHildhood ObesitY

The incidence of childhood obesity is at epidemic levels and increasing in the UK. Obese adults are considered a high-risk group of patients for general anaesthesia with published national guidelines on the best practice management. The proportion of children presenting for a procedure under general anaesthesia in the UK who are overweight or obese is currently unknown. Obese children are perceived to be at greater risk of complications from general anaesthesia. Previous...

A Predictive Model for Difficult Intubabtion

Failure in airway management is one of the most common anesthesia-related morbidity and mortality. Each individual airway assessment has limitation to predict difficult intubation.

A Comparison of Video Laryngoscopes and the Direct Laryngoscope in Simulated Normal and Difficult Infant Airway.

In Pediatric both manikin and human studies have suggested that the video laryngoscopy is equally suitable to facilitate intubation compared to the direct laryngoscopy.


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