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Saturday 20th July 2019

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.


Telemedicine Control Tower for the Post-Anesthesia Care Unit

A single center prospective before-and-after proof-of-concept study to evaluate a telemedicine center for the PACU.

The Impact of an Epidural Anesthetic on the Consumption of Sevoflurane in Major Abdominal Surgery

Major abdominal surgery - like non-laparoscopic bowel resection, liver, gastric, or pancreas surgery - is performed under general anesthesia. Pain control for after the surgery can be achieved purely with intravenous and oral pain medication or in combination with freezing of the nerves. Nerve freezing (nerve block) placed before surgery has the potential to substantially reduce the amount of inhaled anesthetic given to the patient during surgery. This can benefit the patient w...


The Impact of a Preoperative Nerve Block in Foot and Ankle Surgery on the Consumption of Sevoflurane

Reconstructive foot and ankle surgery is performed under general anesthesia. Included in this spectrum of surgery are ankle arthroplasties, various fusions, corrective arthrodesis, and more. Pain control for after the surgery can be achieved purely with intravenous and oral pain medication or in combination with freezing of the nerves. Nerve freezing (nerve block) placed before surgery has the potential to substantially reduce the amount of inhaled anesthetic given to the patie...

EEG Characteristics in ECT

The investigators will be examining slow-wave characteristics in depressed patients receiving electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) using direct current electroencephalogram (dcEEG) by anesthesia induction agent.

Investigation of Supplemental L-alanine in the Management of Dietary Fructose Intolerance: a Double-blind, Randomized Study

Over the past few decades, fructose consumption has risen significantly in the United States1. This sugar is increasingly being used as a sweetener in a variety of foods1. Because there is a limited absorptive capacity for fructose, excessive ingestion of fructose leads to fructose malabsorption and dietary fructose intolerance (DFI) 2-9, 13. Incomplete absorption of fructose may lead to a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms, including bloating, pain, gas and diarrhea 2-9. In ...

Remifentanil in Deep vs Moderate Neuromuscular Blocks During Surgical Pleth Index-guided Anesthesia for Laparoscopic Herniorrhaphy

The primary purpose of this study is to compare the remifentanil requirements in deep versus moderate neuromuscular blocks during the surgical pleth index -guided anesthesia in patients undergoing laparoscopic herniorrhaphy.

ProvodineTM Decreases Hand Contamination

The purpose of this study is to see whether Provodine, an FDA approved product, provides long-lasting protection on the hands of staff who provide anesthesia for patients. If this product does provide long-lasting protection, it could be used for hand hygiene in the operating room and it could help prevent infections after operations. Fifteen anesthesia providers (15 main operating room [MOR] and 5 ambulatory surgery center [ASC]) who agree to participate will participate in th...

Study to Assess the Immune Response and the Safety Profile of a High-Dose Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (QIV-HD) Compared to a Standard-Dose Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (QIV-SD) in Europeans Adults 60 Years of Age and Older

Primary Objective: To demonstrate that QIV-HD induces an immune response that is superior to the responses induced by QIV-SD for all 4 virus strains 28 days post-vaccination in subjects 60 to 64 years of age and in subjects 65 years of age and older. Secondary Objective: - To further describe the immune response induced by QIV-HD and QIV-SD in all subjects by age group, in pooled age groups, and by vaccine group (QIV-HD; QIV-SD). - To describe the saf...

Optimal Positive End-expiratory Pressure (PEEP) in Prone Position During Spine Surgery

Background: There is a lack of studies regarding Optimal (best) positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) in prone position during surgery, and its relation with optimal PEEP in supine position. Hypothesis: In patients undergoing scheduled spinal surgery, optimal PEEP in the prone position is lower than optimal PEEP in the supine position. Aims: To assess the difference optimal PEEP in supine vs. prone positions in patients undergoing spine surgery. ...

Virtual Reality Hypnosis Distraction Utility to Improve Tolerance to Regional Anaesthesia

Regional anaesthesia has many advantages but it might be a stressful and painful experience. Usually, the anesthetist administers a pharmacologic intravenous sedation to achieve patient's comfort. Though, these medications are not benign, and disadvantages include unpredictable response, adverse effects, and interference with cooperation. The virtual reality hypnosis distraction (VRHD) could be a good non-pharmacological technique to improve patient's comfort, decrease anxiety ...

Closed-loop Double-vasopressor Automated System to Treat Hypotension During Spinal Anaesthesia for Caesarean Section

Hypotension occurs commonly during spinal anesthesia for caesarean section with maternal and fetal adverse effects. The investigators developed a double-vasopressor automated system incorporating continuous non-invasive arterial pressure monitoring (CNAP, CNSystems, Austria).

Heidelberg In Vivo Confocal Microscopy to Evaluate the Ocular Surface Disorders of Healthy and Diseased Individuals

In vivo confocal microscopy (IVCM) has been used in clinical settings for more than 25 years, and is noninvasive, rapid and easily repeatable technique to investigate ocular surface disorders. It enables morphological and quantitative analysis of ocular surface microstructure. [1-3] As the technology advances, new IVCM machine, Heidelberg Retinal Tomograph with Rostock Corneal Module (HRT-RCM), was developed. Hardware and software modifications and acquisition techniques contin...

Uphill Walking as Exercise for COPD Patients

This study is designed to provide preliminary information regarding how to improve pulmonary rehabilitation for persons with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Pulmonary rehabilitation is an exercise program for COPD patients that is recommended and benefits some, but not all, patients. The question being studied in this trial is whether walking on an incline might be better than walking on faster on a flat surface in training muscles so that patients might be less s...

Spectral Edge Frequency From Spectral EEG Analysis to Guide Deep Sedation in the Critical Care Setting (Pilot)

Critically ill patients under mechanical ventilation (MV) have pain, anxiety, sleep deprivation and agitation. The use of analgesics and sedatives drugs (sedoanalgesia) is a common practice to produce pain relief and comfort during the VM. Despite its usefulness, it has been documented that the excessive use of sedatives is associated with an increased risk of prolonging the stay under MV and in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). To avoid this, current evidence suggests the use of ...

Tongue Dysbiosis Effects on Arterial Pressure of Periodontitis Patients

Blood pressure control is crucial for individuals' wellbeing. However, many daily aspects such as diet could impair blood pressure control. In addition, many people living under different conditions in different countries are affected by some kind of gum disease. These people experience gingival bleeding, bad breath, teeth mobility and pain. Throughout gum disease development the number of oral germs in the mouth increases including their levels in tongue surface. Oral bacteria...

Electrochemical Behavior of Biomedical Alloys Exposed to Human Synovial Fluid

Biomedical implant metals are reactive when in contact with body fluids. Some reactions may adverse the biocompatibility character of the material and should be studied. This can be achieved by direct measurement through electrochemical, gravimetric, spectrophotometric and surface analysis of reaction occurring at the interface between functionalized metal samples and body fluids (synovia) directly extracted from patients. The general aim of this project is to contribute to de...

Friday 19th July 2019

Preoperative Pectoral Nerve Block for Acute and Chronic Post-Operative Pain Following Mastectomy

The purpose of this study is to see if pre-operative Pectoralis (PEC) nerve blocks compared to a placebo nerve block can decrease chronic post mastectomy pain, immediate postoperative pain and postoperative narcotic consumption.

The Impact of a Preoperative Nerve Block on the Consumption of Sevoflurane in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

Total arthroplasty surgery of the shoulder is performed under general anesthesia. Pain control for after the surgery can be achieved purely with intravenous and oral pain medication or in combination with freezing of the nerves. Nerve freezing (nerve block) placed before surgery has the potential to substantially reduce the amount of inhaled anesthetic given to the patient during surgery. This can benefit the patient by minimizing the opioid usage after surgery and also reduce ...

Thursday 18th July 2019

The Study of Different Sedative Medications in Monitored Anesthesia Care During Eye Surgery With Local Anesthesia

Due to the delicacy and long duration of the procedure, ophthalmic surgery put forward higher requirements to anesthesia management: 1. The patient with local anesthesia without sedation is in a state of awareness, which will cause intense stress resulting in increased blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension and even sense of pain; 2. Traction of extraocular muscles and eyeballs can induce oculocardiac reflex, followed by bradycardia, atrial or ven...

Blu Light for Ulcers Reduction

Multi-center study on the effectiveness of treatment with a blue light medical device (EmoLED) in the reduction of ulcer surface in 10 weeks. The aim of BLUR clinical trial is to verify if the proposed treatment represents a valid and significant remedy for Chronic Venous Insufficiency ulcers. The effectiveness will be measured through the evaluation of the reduction percentage of the lesion area during 10 weeks of treatment comparing the lesion (or portion of it) treated with...

Wednesday 17th July 2019

Impact of Handover of Anesthesia Care on Adverse Postoperative Outcomes

Our goal is to conduct a prospective, national, randomized-controlled, multicenter trial to investigate the effect of handover of anesthesia care on the occurrence of adverse outcomes in the perioperative period.

The PATHFINDER Study: A Feasibility Trial

The main purpose of this study is to determine whether a rational strategy of EEG guided multimodal general anesthesia using target specific sedative and analgesics could result in enhanced recovery after anesthesia and surgery, decrease in postoperative delirium, and decrease in long term postoperative cognitive dysfunction up to 6 months following cardiac surgery.

Survival and Success Rates of 6mm Implants With a Micro-rough Surface After 4.5 - 18.2 Years in Function

In this retrospective study, approximately 60 patients treated with 6mm short implants (Straumann, SLA (sandblasted, large-grit, acid-etched surface), SLActive (sandblasted, large-grit, acid-etched, hydrophilic surface), 4.1 or 4.8 mm in diameter) will be followed for 4.5-18.2 years. Clinical and radiographic parameters will be assessed in a follow-up examination.

Correlation Between External Jugular Venous and Central Venous Blood Oxygen Saturation in Patient Under General Anesthesia

After installation of central venous catheter in patients under general anesthesia, paired sample of central venous blood and right external jugular venous blood will be collected and send to central laboratory for blood gas analysis. Correlation between central venous blood and right external jugular venous blood oxygen saturation will be determined as primary outcome.


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