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Linshom respiratory monitoring device: a novel temperature-based respiratory monitor

Medical Center , Jackson, MS , USA 5 L. Feldman, MD Sackler Medical School , Tel Aviv , Israel 6 R. Feldman, BS J. Moser, BS U. Feldman , PhD Artep Incorporated, Ellicott City, MD , USA Purpose We sought ... the LRMD sensor is very stable during rapid movement and for prolonged periods (www. Linshomforlife), additional testing is needed to verify C Preiss D, Drew B, Gosnell J, Kodali BS, Philip JH. A

A closed-circuit anesthesia ventilator facilitates significant reduction in sevoflurane consumption in clinical practice

Rashiq 0 BS . Ban C. H. Tsui 0 0 T. O ̈ zelsel, MD (&) S. H. Kim, RPh S. Rashiq, BM BS B. C. H. Tsui, MD Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Alberta , Edmonton, AB , Canada - To

Use of tracheal palpation to assure correct placement of an endotracheal tube: Letter One

1 D. Mangar, MD C. Sprenker, BS R. Karlnoski, PhD E. Camporesi, MD Florida Gulf to Bay Anesthesiology Associates, LLC, Tampa, FL, USA - To the Editor, We read with interest the recent paper by

An airway exchange catheter facilitates removal of the intubating laryngeal airway after tracheal intubation in children

Narasimhan Jagannathan 0 Ryan J. Kozlowski 0 BS 0 0 N. Jagannathan, MD (&) R. J. Kozlowski, BS Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine , Chicago, IL , USA

Intraoperative awareness risk, anesthetic sensitivity, and anesthetic management for patients with natural red hair: a matched cohort study

. McNair, BS B. A. Fritz, BS M. S. Avidan , MBBCh (&) Department of Anesthesiology, Washington University in Saint Louis, School of Medicine , Campus Box 8054, 660 S. Euclid Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63110 , USA

Cerebral oximetry desaturation during shoulder surgery performed in a sitting position under regional anesthesia

and Epidemiology, Department of Public Health, Weill Cornell Medical College , New York, NY, USA 1 J. T. YaDeau, MD , PhD (&) S. S. Liu, MD P. M. Shaw, BS S. E. Wilfred, BA T. Shetty, MD M. Gordon, MD

More hypotension in patients taking antihypertensives preoperatively during shoulder surgery in the beach chair position

Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic in Arizona , Phoenix, AZ, USA 1 B. N. Noble, BS Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic in Arizona , Phoenix, AZ, USA 2 T. L. Trentman, MD (&) S. L. Fassett, CRNA J

Serotonin toxicity caused by an interaction between fentanyl and paroxetine

Purpose: To report a case of serotonin toxicity, presenting in the postoperative period, caused by an interaction between paroxetine (a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, SSRI) and fentanyl (a phenylpiperidine opioid). Serotonin toxicity precipitated by fentanyl is unusual and has not previously been described in combination with SSRIs in the perioperative setting. Clinical...

Safety of chlorpromazine for postoperative nausea and vomiting

0 Tyler Mclaren, MD , William McKay, MD , Maher Al-Rawwaf, MB BS, Elmo Surtie, MB ChB Anesthesia, University of Saskatchewan , Saskatoon, SK, Canada - Introduction: Chlorpromazine (CPZ), the only

Comparison of two convective warming systems during major abdominal and orthopedic surgery

Purpose: Convective warming is routinely employed to maintain perioperative normothermia. However, due to differences in nozzle temperature and air flow of the power units, there are clinically relevant differences in heat transfer among convective warming systems. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of a quieter, convective warming system (WarmAir, sound pressure...

Bilateral infraorbital nerve blocks decrease postoperative pain but do not reduce time to discharge following outpatient nasal surgery

, MD G. S. Cheng, MD R. C. Maldonado, BS B. M. Ilfeld, MD Department of Anesthesiology, University of California , San Diego, CA 92103-8770, USA 2 A portion of the results of this investigation were