A Retrospective Analysis Of Anesthesiologic Complications In Pediatric Neurosurgery

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analysis in a large series. Endocrine 65:637-645, 2019. 27. Alemanno F, Houdayer E, Emedoli D, Locatelli M, Mortini P, Mandelli C, Raggi A, Iannaccone S. Efficacy of virtual reality to reduce chronic low back pain: Proof-of-concept of a nonpharmacological approach on pain, quality of life, neuropsychological and functional outcome. PLoS One 14(5).

SITTING POSITION IN NEUROSURGICAL PROCEDURE: KING HUSSEIN

its complications. Campkin reported that 53% of posterior fossa procedures were done in sitting position in the year 1981(5). Elton and Howel claimed a reduction of sitting position in neurosurgery in survey between years 1981-1991 to 50%(6). Harrison and colleagues also reported a VAE prevalence of 9.3% among 40 children who underwent

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 a b c d e f g. updated 4.5.2019 mentor degree (mentor) e-mail (mentor) location department examples of previous/ongoing

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intraoperatively transfused and not transfused pediatric patients in neurosurgery, abdominal and orthopedic surgery. Design: Retrospective observational descriptive pediatric cohort study. Setting: Monocentric pediatric tertiary center, Necker Enfants Malades University Hospital Paris, from 1 January 2014 to 17 Mai 2017.

Intraoperative complications in pediatric neurosurgery

tal serving a population of 1.7 million for neurosurgery; however, for pediatric neurosurgery, the hospital served a population of 3 million. The reviewed complications oc-curred in pediatric neurosurgical procedures performed from January 1, 2004, until July 1, 2012. During most of this period, the staff of the neurosurgical department con-

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Screening for adverse experiences in pediatric practice: a qualitative study of physician and caregiver perspective Health Outcomes and Policy UF Deep Learning techniques applied to medical imaging Anesthesiology UF Genome Wide association studies in Type 1 Diabetes Pathology UF Analysis of Complications Associated with Emergency Department Rapid

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on the first experience of using fibrin glue for CSF leak after dural puncture in three pediatric patients [9-11]. Case Presentation Three consecutive pediatric patients were identified by retrospective analysis of an IRB-approved, prospectively maintained database. Each patient had clinical and radiographic

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predicts thromboembolic complications after major non-cardiac surgery. Crit Care. 2014;18(5):549. 31. Hipólito L, Fakira AK, Cabañero D, Blandón R, Carlton SM, Morón JA, Melyan Z. In vivo activation of the SK channel in the spinal cord reduces the NMDA receptor antagonist dose needed to produce antinociception in an inflammatory pain model.

Postoperative Craniotomy Pain Management in Pediatric

scores after neurosurgery in pediatric patients were included in the review. Results: A total of 3 RCTs and 6 cohort studies met the inclusion criteria. The heterogeneity of the studies included did not allow for data pooling and statistical analysis. All studies evaluated the efficacy of pharmacologic interventions

Rising Complication Rates after Intrathecal Catheter and Pump

complications per patient. The complication rate was 10.2% in 1997, and increased to 21.9% in 2006. Mechanical complications were the most common type of complication in this population, account for nearly two-thirds of all complications occurring. Age, hospital type, hospital size, and admission source were independent predictors of complications.

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Neurosurgery in the retrospective analysis of 692 adult and pediatric cases. Turkish Neurosurgery, postoperative complications. Anesthesiology,

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analysis when multiple procedures were performed during the same hospital stay. Surgery/anesthesia cases were divided into the derivation cohort and the validation cohort. Demographic data, pattern of in-hospital death and logistic regression analysis to define preoperative risk factors for the postoperative mortality were

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Anesthesiology. After residency I embarked to Edmonton and completed a combined Pediatric Anesthesiology and Pediatric Critical Care fellowships. I joined the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Saskatchewan in 2009. In 2012 I became the Department of Anesthesiology s Director of Research.

Niroop R. Ravula, M.B.B.S., F.R.C.A.

Jun 08, 2021 Dr. Niroop Ravula €is an Associate Clinical Professor, specializing in pediatric anesthesiology and pediatric cardiac anesthesiology. Dr. Ravula treats children requiring anesthesia for cardiac surgeries, general surgeries, procedures and radiologic studies. He is also the director of the resident rotation in pediatric anesthesiology.

Tiffany Moon Anesthesiology & Pain Sugammadex versus

Operative Fixation: Retrospective Review of Patients with and without Diabetes Mellitus Our project hypothesis is that time to union of femoral fractures in diabetics required greater time than non-diabetic patients, and is accompanied by higher rates of infection and other complications.

Perioperative Cumulative Fluid Balance and Its Association

Aug 21, 2018 requirement for informed consent was waived by the IRB as this was a retrospective cohort analysis. 2.1. Patients Medical records of patients aged 19 years or older who underwent a major surgery at SNUBH from January 2010 to December 2017 were retrospectively analyzed. Major surgery was defined as a

Risk factors for pediatric surgical site infection following

Risk factors for pediatric surgical site infection following neurosurgical procedures for hydrocephalus: a retrospective single-center cohort study Miho Shibamura-Fujiogi1,2,3, Jennifer Ormsby4, Mark Breibart1, Benjamin Warf5, Gregory P. Priebe1,2,4, Sulpicio G. Soriano1,2, Thomas J. Sandora4,6† and Koichi Yuki1,2,3*† Abstract

350 Original Study Pediatric tethered cord release: an

Program Pediatric Database (ACS-NSQIP-P) was reviewed to identify the demographics, risk factors, and 30-day postoperative complications for tethered cord release using univariate and multivariate analysis. A detailed analysis of reasons for readmission and reoperation was also performed.

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1. Molly Murray presents Retrospective Analysis of Post-Tracheostomy Complications 2. Lauren Hipp presents NO ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NON-ALCOHOLIC STEATOHEPATITIS OR ADVANCED FIBROSIS AND IBD CLINICAL REMISSION AT ONE AND FIVE YEARS 3. Sonya Dave presents Racial and Gender Disparities Exist in Influenza Vaccination Rates

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Review of complications of central venous catheters in pediatric patients UF Pediatric Surgery failure supported by pulsatile para Readmissions for Secondary Infection in <15% TSA Pediatric urn Injury Patients UF Surgery A Rapid Review of Neonatal Outcomes Associated with Maternal Infection with SARS- oV-2 Geospatial analysis of pre

The management of difficult intubation in infants: a

infants: a retrospective review of anesthesia record database Junko Aida*, Yutaka Oda*, Yoshihiro Kasagi, Mami Ueda, Kazuo Nakada and Ryu Okutani Abstract We retrospectively reviewed the anesthesia records of infants<1 year of age for elucidating the incidence of difficult intubation and airway management in a single general hospital.

What s new in status epilepticus? Thomas P. Bleck

The ketogenic diet is well known in pediatric epilepsy, but its use in adult SE also appears promising. A multi-center retrospective review of ten patients (7 with encephalitis) showed that despite a very long RSE dura-tion (up to 2 months), acidosis was reached in nine patients, with SE ceasing in all of these latter patients at a

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Milchak, Marissa Dalal, Priti, M.D., FRCA Anesthesiology A retrospective chart review of post-operative pain management in pediatric patients for cleft palate repair Moser, Kevin Hustad, John, Ph.D. Medicine The Role of Social Norms and Alcohol Beliefs in Predicting Futuer Alcohol Use During the Transition from High school to College

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35. Gallos G, Flood P. Wasabi and a volatile anesthetic. Anesthesiology 2010;112:1309-10. 36. Gaudet JG, Meyers PM, McKinsey JF, Lavine SD, Gray W, Mitchell E, Connolly ES Jr, Heyer EJ. Incidence of moderate to severe cognitive dysfunction in patients treated with carotid artery stenting. Neurosurgery 2009;65:325-9.

240 Original Study Incidence and risk factors of wound

Background: This is a retrospective analysis of prospectively collected data. Our objective was to determine the incidence and assess the risk factors associated with surgical site wound complications in long segment (7+ vertebrae) instrumented thoracolumbar fusions. Surgical site complications lead to patient

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intraoperatively transfused and not transfused pediatric patients in neurosurgery, abdominal and orthopedic surgery. Design: Retrospective observational descriptive pediatric cohort study. Setting: Monocentric pediatric tertiary center, Necker Enfants Malades University Hospital Paris, from 1 January 2014 to 17 Mai 2017.

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with controls [20]. One retrospective cohort analysis determined that statin used before hospital admission, and continued after sepsis, correlated with decreased mortality rates from septicemia [21]. Some studies have been performed in animals with death as the endpoint. For example, in mice, pretreatment with simvastatin before induction

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Outcomes after In Utero Myelomeningocele Repair Based on

Oct 27, 2020 pediatric surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, anesthesiology, neonatology, nursing, and social work. At our institution, candidates for open fetal surgery are selected based on criteria outlined in the MOMS trial [1]. We also considered patients with a pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) between 35

Epidemiology and Characteristics of Emergency Pediatric

medical conditions as well as kind and frequency of complications. Patients and Methods: This was a retrospective study (from January 2008 to September 2011), by the Anesthesiology department The study was based on the anesthesia intraoperative and postoperative records. All statistical distributions and analysis was made using SPSS® (Version

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58. Dawkins CJ. An analysis of the complications of extradural and caudal block. Anaesthesia. 1969;24:554-563. 59. Auroy Y, Narchi P, Messiah A, et al. Serious complications related to regional anesthesia: results of a prospective survey in France. Anesthesiology. 1997;87:479-486. 60. Brown DT, Beamish D, Wildsmith JA. Allergic reaction to an

Management of choroid plexus tumors an institutional experience

Methods Retrospective analysis of 36 consecutive patients operated on a choroid plexus tumor at our institution in a mixed pediatric and adult population between 1991 and 2016. Results Twenty-one CPP, 11 atypical choroid plexus papillomas (aCPP), and four CPC were encountered in 17 children and 19

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already (J. Meynadier, personal observation). A retrospective analysis of 720 patients injured by mines suggests an overall amputation rate of 28 %. By combining ICRC data5 about residual disability with the above-cited survey of landmine injury prevalence8, one may estimate the number of amputees in the four countries studied.

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Neurosurgery Clinical Science 2017: Retrospective analysis of outcomes in pediatric patients after In Clinic Motion Analysis for Pediatric Upper Extremity

Jeffrey S. Raskin MS MD Pediatric Neurosurgeon Surgeon-led

A previous retrospective study published by the authors demonstrated a single center large volume (14,400 cases) UIE event rate of 0.3% among pediatric neurosurgery cases compared with a main operating room (OR) event rate of 0.007% for non-neurosurgical cases. This discrepancy revealed system level problems with airway maintenance in pediatric

Retrospective evaluation of antimicrobial prophylaxis in

Retrospective evaluation of antimicrobial prophylaxis in prevention of surgical site infection in the pediatric population Goonjan S. Shah1, Robert E. Christensen2, Deborah S. Wagner2, Bridget K. Pearce2, Jennifer Sweeney3 & Alan R. Tait2 1 Department of Anesthesiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

Ultra-early synostectomy and cranial remodeling orthoses in

METHODS A retrospective analysis of infants who underwent operations at or before 8 weeks of age between 2011 and 2020 was done. RESULTS Twenty-five infants underwent operations: 11 were 2 weeks of age or younger, 8 were between 3 and 4 weeks of age, and 6 were between 5 and 8 weeks of age. The infants weighed between 2.25 and 4.8 kg.

Effect of Intraoperative Anesthetic Management on Patient

This retrospective study analyzed the anesthetic management of 32 patients suffering from Moyamoya disease that underwent revascularization procedures over a six year period. Neurosurgery requires balanced anesthesia utilizing volatile or intravenous anesthetic agents coupled with good analgesics. Volatile anesthetic agents cause cerebral

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management in critical care unit. The primary aim of this study was to conduct analysis of life threating complication due to tracheostomy dislodgement and develop a protocol to prevent it. Place: Nepal Mediciti hospital bhaisepati, Kathmandu Duration of study: 1 year from September 2018 to September 2019 Study type: retrospective analytical study

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project was a retrospective study that will show in great detail how BCCH is doing in comparison to other centers around the world, there were many categories which needed to be examined. These ranged from palliation specifics to open-heart surgery aspects and finally extensive details of complications following open-heart surgery.