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Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Pain, and Opioid Analgesia in the Postoperative Patient

Anthony G. Doufas 0 1 0 A. G. Doufas Outcomes Research Consortium , Cleveland, OH, USA 1 A. G. Doufas (&) Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University School of

Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Is Independently Associated with Reduced Postoperative Opioid Consumption in Bariatric Patients Suffering from Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Background Evidence suggests that recurrent nocturnal hypoxemia may affect pain response and/or the sensitivity to opioid analgesia. We tested the hypothesis that nocturnal hypoxemia, quantified by sleep time spent at an arterial saturation (SaO2) < 90% and minimum nocturnal SaO2 on polysomnography, are associated with decreased pain and reduced opioid consumption during the ...

Concordance of Sleep and Pain Outcomes of Diverse Interventions: An Umbrella Review

Background/Objective Pain influences sleep and vice versa. We performed an umbrella review of meta-analyses on treatments for diverse conditions in order to examine whether diverse medical treatments for different conditions have similar or divergent effects on pain and sleep. Methods We searched published systematic reviews with meta-analyses in the Cochrane Database of Systematic ...

Experimental Pain and Opioid Analgesia in Volunteers at High Risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Background Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is characterized by recurrent nocturnal hypoxia and sleep disruption. Sleep fragmentation caused hyperalgesia in volunteers, while nocturnal hypoxemia enhanced morphine analgesic potency in children with OSA. This evidence directly relates to surgical OSA patients who are at risk for airway compromise due to postoperative use of opioids. ...

Midazolam causes less sedation in volunteers with red hair

Marlene V. Chua 0 Kentaro Tsueda 0 Anthony G. Doufas 0 0 A Algarra NN, Foust JA, Green SM, Hardy AE, Hendrix SR. Perception of certified registered nurse anesthetists in Georgia regarding anesthesia

Postoperative coma in a patient with complete basilar syndrome after anterior cervical discectomy

Yung-Fong Tsai Anthony G. Doufas Cheng-Sen Huang Fu-Chao Liou Chun-Ming Lin md [Coma postopratoire chez un patient atteint d'un syndrome basilaire complet Purpose: Ischemic brainstem stroke

Recurrent seizure activity after epidural morphine in a post-partum woman

Chih-Jen Shih Anthony G. Doufas Hsu-Chu Chang Chun-Ming Lin [Activit pileptique rcurrente aprs une anesthsie pridurale avec morphine Purpose: We report on a primiparous woman who suffered recurrent

Sitting position does not alter minimum alveolar concentration for desflurane

Purpose Hypotension is a common complication of the sitting position during anesthesia, and is often counteracted by decreasing anesthetic depth, thereby exposing patients to the risk of being inadequately anesthetized. Baroreceptor unloading and the consequent sympathoexcitation, as during head up tilt, decreases pain threshold and arouses the central nervous system (CNS), whereas ...