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Laryngeal Mask Supreme™ Versus the I-Gel™

We evaluate two new developed airway devices, which provide patent airway during general anesthesia. In 60 patients undergoing elective general anesthesia, we will simulate a difficult airway by using an extrication device collar). We then place consecutively both airway devices in the mouth and check for ease of insertion and time used.


Evaluation of Complications in Airway Management

In the current study researchers aim to evaluate the rate of the complication due to airway mangement (during intubation or placement of supraglottic airway devices)

Outlook: An Intervention to Improve Quality of Life in Serious Illness

This study will demonstrate whether an end-of-life preparation and completion intervention reduces anxiety, depression, pain and other symptoms and improves functional status, spiritual well-being, and quality of life. If effective, the intervention offers a brief, inexpensive, and transportable non-physician treatment method for improving the experience of individuals in the latter stages of life-limiting illness.


The Effect of Patient Optimism & Pessimism on Recovery From Elective Cardiac Surgery

Before a heart operation, patient outlook may be either pessimistic or optimistic. Previous research on this topic has focused on patient reported quality of life but has never examined measurable clinical outcomes such as length of hospital stay.This pilot study hopes to establish whether patient outlook (optimistic or pessimistic) before a heart operation can influence recovery and length of hospital stay. If there is a difference, then a case can be made for providing psycho...

Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure and Airway Patency in Obese Patient

The mechanism of Upper airway obstruction (UAO) during anesthesia shares many similarities with the upper airway obstruction observed during obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP) via nasal mask (NM) can maintain the airway patent with near 100% success in patients with OSA. Obesity is a major risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea and obese patients have a higher prevalence of UAO during anesthesia. The investigators hypotheses that ...

Airway Effects of PEEP During Anesthesia Induction.

This study investigates airway effects of PEEP during maskventilation at anesthesia induction. Four patient groups will be ventilated with different PEEP and driving pressures to evaluate time to open airway after start of positive pressure maskventilation during anesthesia induction.

Patient Positioning and Airway Management During ERCP

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of airway management (a set of medical procedures performed to prevent airway blockage and thus ensure an open path between a patient's lungs and the atmosphere) during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography [(ERCP), a procedure commonly used to treat conditions of the bile ducts and pancreas] and the effect on airway complications (problems), time to biliary cannulation (access into bile duct) and total procedure duratio...

Limiting Emergence Phenomena After General Anesthesia With Combined LMA and ETT Airway Management Technique

Emergence from general anesthesia with a laryngeal mask airway compared with an endotracheal tube has been shown to favorable with respect to limiting emergence phenomena such as coughing, straining, restlessness, and sympathetic stimulation leading to hypertension and tachycardia. Many anesthesiologists would prefer the use of an ETT to an LMA in cases in which higher ventilation pressures may be required, in those patients who are perceived to be high risk for reflux a...

Airway Management During TCI vs RSI Anesthesia Induction

The aims of this observational study is to evaluate and compare feasibility of airway management during standardized TCI and RSI anesthesia induction.

Prospective Non-Interventional Observational Study of Use of TRIUMEQ and Corresponding Monitoring Measures in Clinical Practice in Germany

TRIUMPH is a prospective, non-interventional observational study on the use of the fixdose combination TRIUMEQ (Dolutegravir/Abacavir/Lamivudine) and the respective monitoring measures in the practice of HIV care in Germany. The primary study objective is a descriptive report of the incidence of therapeutic monitoring measures in HIV-infected patients under TRIUMEQ therapy in everyday routine practice in Germany. The study is designed to enroll approximately 400 patients. There...

Ultrasound in Evaluation of Difficult Airway Management Predictive Indexes

evaluate the efficacy of the ultrasound approach in predicting difficult mask ventilation in a heterogeneous population of patients undergoing general anesthesia.

Muscle Relaxants on Efficacy of LMA Insertion

The use of laryngeal mask airway (LMA) is increasing in pediatric anesthesia because it provides lesser direct mechanical stimulation of the airway due to being placed above the larynx. However, LMA insertion can be more difficult in children than in adults due to their unique characteristics of pediatric airway. Neuromuscular blocking agents, so-called, muscle relaxants have long been used to facilitate insertion of airway devices. But there are pros and cons for the efficacy ...

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.

A Comparison of Sedation/Analgesia & LMA on Anxiety Level and Patient Satisfaction in In-Vitro Fertilization

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a new expertise of our age. Anesthesia during the assisted reproduction technique is usually required during oocyte removal, which is one of the basic steps throughout the entire procedure. Until now, different anesthetic techniques such as conscious sedation, general anesthesia and regional anesthesia have been tried, no superiority has been proved against each other. The main point of anesthesia management in IVF is to minimize anesthesia expos...

Influence of Propofol on Alveolar Macrophage in Asthmatic Patients

The change of airway responsiveness and alveolar macrophage (AM) immunity occurs during the pathogenesis of asthma. Macrophage-associated airway protection in patients with asthma is affected positively or negatively by propofol general anesthesia. The investigators hypothesized that the effects of propofol on asthmatic AMs and corresponding airway reactivity in vivo is different from the in vitro research. Through in vivo airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR) observation and clinic...

Influence of Different Anesthetic Procedures on Sleep Disorder Breathing

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common form of sleep disordered breathing characterized by partial or complete upper airway obstructions during sleep. OSA is associated with major comorbidities and perioperative complications. These complications are caused not only by the OSA itself, but also by exacerbations of this syndrome during the perioperative period (1). Benzodiazepines, volatile anesthetics and opioids may lead to lower hypoxia and hypercapnia sensitivity and may c...

Mask Study: One-handed vs. Two Handed Technique in Children

During induction of anesthesia in children, we have observed significant variability in mask holding technique at our institution among different anesthesia practitioners. Some hold the face mask using one hand and others use two hands. The aim of our study is to comparatively evaluate the extent of airway obstruction in children whilst anesthetic mask is held with one hand with jaw thrust versus mask held using two hands with chin lift by anesthesia provider during induction o...

The Attitudes and Behaviors of Gastroenterology Specialists on Anesthesia Procedures in Endoscopy Units

Most gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures are now performed with sedation and analgesia. Sedation and analgesia affects the quality of the procedure, patient co-operation and compliance as well as endoscopist's satisfaction. A wide variety of procedures have been reported worldwide for anesthesia during gastrointestinal endoscopy in adults. The current survey was primarily designed to provide national data on the attidutes and behaviors of gastroentorologist on anesthesia pr...

Video Laryngoscopy Versus Direct Laryngoscopy for Nasotracheal Intubation

Nasotracheal intubation is a common method for securing an advanced airway during surgery for procedures that involve manipulation of the oral cavity, the dentition, or the facial bones. The placement of a nasotracheal tube is often more challenging, especially for learning providers, even for patients with normal airway anatomy. Video laryngoscopy is an adjunctive technique in anesthesia that utilizes a camera at the tip of the laryngoscope blade and provides an indirect view ...

Spatial Relationship of I-gelTM and Ambu® AuraOnceTM on Paediatric Airway: A Comparison on Three Dimensional MRI

At King Khalid University hospital approximately 1200-1500 MRI are done yearly on pediatric and neonatal patients. The investigating hospital is one of the pioneers in providing this service in the Kingdom (which was established about 10 years ago) to the patients of this age group. Only a small percentage of pediatric patients with age above 8 years accept the procedure to be done without anesthesia; and majority of MRI procedures are done under general anesthesia. The airway ...

Ultrasound in Airway Assessment of Morbidly Obese Patients

the study aims to evaluate the role of airway ultrasound as a new evolving modality in assessment and management of airway in surgical patients

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.

Total Intravenous Anesthesia and Inhalation Anesthesia

The aim of us is to define the incidence of postoperative complications and recovery time in view of two anesthesia procedures. During the period between 01.01.2016 and 01.01.2017, totally 583 patients were included in the study, who had oral and maxillofacial surgeries. Anesthesia types were determined as total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) and inhalation anesthesia (IA). Postoperative complications and recovery period were determined as tachycardia, bradycardia, hypertension...

The Effect of Propofol and Remifentanil Sequence on ED50 and ED95 of Rocuronium in Rapid Sequence Induction Anesthesia

Rapid sequence induction (RSI) is a well-known procedure to maintain a safe and rapid airway in patients especially at risk of aspiration. Propofol and rocuronium are generally used agents for RSI. However, the difficult airway scenarios are always valid for these patients, even without predictive signs of difficult airway. Therefore, it is important to decrease the rocuronium dose used in RSI to achieve a rapid recovery of a neuromuscular conduction with the aid of a reversal ...

Airway IgA: Respiratory Tract IgA Levels in Anesthetized Patients Undergoing Elective Surgical Procedures

The purpose of the study is to determine the variability of airway IgA levels in anesthetized, well-nourished and malnourished patients undergoing elective general surgical procedures and the effect of gender and race on this baseline variable. The hypothesis is that airway IgA levels are lower in malnourished than in well-nourished patients.


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