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Effect of head rotation on overlap and relative position of internal jugular vein to carotid artery in infants and children: A study of the anatomy using ultrasonography.
This study aims to find out the effect of contra lateral head rotation to distance and overlapping of internal jugular vein and carotid artery at cricoid cartilage level by ultrasound guidance on the Malay race in Indonesia
Our hypothesis is that there will be a decrease in internal jugular venous flow in the park bench position when compared to the supine position. There will also be a change in blood flow between the right and left internal jugular veins in the park bench position. In particular, there will be a greater reduction of flow on the dependent side. However, the internal jugular venous flow will be the same in both the prone and supine positions.
Our hypothesis is that there will be a decrease in internal jugular venous flow in the park bench position when compared to the supine position. There will also be a change in blood flow in the between right and left internal jugular veins in park bench position, particularly there will be a greater reduction of flow on the dependent side. However, the internal jugular venous flow will be the same in both the prone and supine position.
The main objective of this study is to estimate the incidence and prevalence of Internal Rotation Deficit (IRD) defined by a measure of IRD 2 (Internal Rotation Deficit in position 2) strictly greater than 20 ° in a population of advanced-level handball players over a training season.
This is a prospective, randomized, single-center clinical study aiming to explore the safety and efficacy of venous stenting for patients with internal jugular vein stenosis (IJVS).
Objectives: 1. To study the validity and reliability of estimation of the central venous pressure by measurement of internal jugular vein size using 2-dimensional ultrasound. 2. To evaluate the correlation of internal jugular vein cross sectional area and central venous pressure. Methods: 1. The study design is prospective observational study. 2. We will include all patients scheduled for cardiac surgery in Siriraj Hospital and reco...
The Trendelenburg position is used to distend the central veins, improving both success and safety of vascular cannulation. The purpose of this study is to measure the cross-sectional area of the internal jugular vein (IJV) in three different positions, using surface ultrasound.
Two approaches are possible when the first finder needle attempt of the internal jugular vein cannulation fails; the needle can be turned slightly laterally or the puncture point can be moved slightly medially. This study is an ultrasonographic stimulation study to evaluate the success rate of turning the needle laterally and moving the puncture point medially, and to determine the proper angle or distance for the second try of internal jugular vein cannulation.
This study evaluates the endotracheal tube cuff pressure of a taper-guard cuffed tube during tympanoplasty with ipsilateral rotation of head, compared to the contralateral rotation of head. The investigators will performed the ipsilateral rotation of head against the fixed tube in half of participants or the contralateral rotation of head in the other half.
The primary purpose of this study is to determine if the loss of internal rotation following a throwing session is best restored through soft tissue stretching with the sleeper stretch or with scapular repositioning with the 90/90 hip lift with balloon blow exercise. This study will progress the body of research related to internal rotation deficits with regards to baseball throwers. The research will be relevant to clinicians who treat patients with baseball players with inter...
We previously performed a study to create formula for the optimal insertion depth of left internal jugular vein catheter in infant, which was registered at cris.nih.go.kr. We found that two calculation methods using height and the distance between landmarks (0.11 × height (cm) + 0.19 and 1.02 × I-A-B (cm) + 1.55, where I was insertion point of needle, A was the most prominent point of the sternal head of the left clavicle, and B was the midpoint of the perpendicular line draw...
Comparison between internal jugular vein versus via axilar vein with single-incision for placement of implantable ports in cancer patients. Investigators are recruiting 240 patients and randomizing 120 for each arm. Primary outcome is early complications, until 30 days and secondary outcome late complications, between 30 days and 6 months. The follow-up is 12 months.
As increasing tidal volume, the cross sectional area and circumference of Internal Jugular Vein (IJV) could increase. And In the previous study, Trendelenburg position can increase size of IJV. So investigators would compare the cross sectional area, circumference of IJV and peak airway pressure in neutral and Trendelenburg position
Central venous catheterization is a common and important procedure done in the emergency department. The internal jugular vein (IJV), subclavian vein (SV) and femoral vein (FV) are commonly used for central venous access. Unfortunately, this procedure has high-risk complications. Traditionally, physicians have relied on the use of anatomic landmarks and physical manipulation such as moving the head or rotating the leg in order to place central catheters; however, studies...
To examine and compare the effect of a novel stretching technique and traditional stretching on glenohumeral range of motion, strength, maximum voluntary contraction, pain, and subject satisfaction in overhead athletes with glenohumeral internal rotation deficits through a randomized clinical study.
Two-dimensional ultrasound guided approach does not guarantee first attempt success on internal jugular vein cannulation. New attachable device recently was developed for accurate needle insertion when ultrasound is used. Our randomized parallel simulation study will examine whether this device will improve the first attempt success rate when ultrasound guided internal jugular vein catheterization of simulated internal jugular vein.
The purpose of this study is to compare the effect of the 25° head-up position versus the 55° head-up position on tolerable apnea time (TAT) after induction of general anesthesia in patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 30-40.
Upper airway obstruction commonly occurs after induction of general anesthesia. The aim of this study is to determine if head rotation improves the efficiency of mask ventilation of anesthetized apneic adults.
A novel device attached to ultrasound probe designed to increase success rate and safety of internal jugular vein cannulation.
Is part of routine obstetric care to attempt a manual rotation in all fetus that are in a persistent OP at delivery. Nevertheless, little is known about the success of this intervention or about the relation of some ultrasound measures with the outcome.
Ultrasound guidance has been established as an effective and safe method during insertion of internal jugular vein catheter.. Needle visualization during advancement toward the vein has a great impact on both safety and success of the procedure. Clinicians have adopted variable techniques to increase needle visualization including changing needle- probe relation (in-plane vs. out-of-plane), or using specific ultrasound needles The angle between the inserting needle and the prob...
Central venous catheter placement is a common procedure in the intensive care unit and is a required skill for all residents working in the critical care setting. Central venous catheters (CVC) are placed for a variety of reasons including administration of caustic medications, administration of fluids or blood products for rapid resuscitation, access for hemodynamic monitoring or transvenous pacing, temporary vascular access for dialysis, or inability to obtain peripheral IV a...
This is an observational study intended to characterize the time-to-placement of peripherally-inserted internal jugular (PIJ) catheters in appropriate patients. As secondary outcomes and to ensure patient safety, the investigators will record and evaluate adverse outcomes, but the study is not powered to detect rare events.
Randomized controlled trial comparing femoral vs internal jugular insertion site of central venous catheters (CVC) in newborns and small infants undergoing cardiac surgery. The experimental hypothesis is that the jugular insertion site is superior to the femoral in terms of catheter colonization.