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Year Number of Results
1961 1
1966 1
1967 1
1971 1
1972 1
1973 2
1974 29
1975 75
1976 101
1977 92
1978 114
1979 78
1980 80
1981 93
1982 92
1983 107
1984 101
1985 95
1986 90
1987 105
1988 89
1989 74
1990 95
1991 105
1992 85
1993 115
1994 114
1995 115
1996 134
1997 130
1998 131
1999 136
2000 133
2001 157
2002 118
2003 138
2004 216
2005 211
2006 297
2007 272
2008 333
2009 307
2010 313
2011 274
2012 331
2013 402
2014 424
2015 406
2016 391
2017 437
2018 365
2019 188
2020 3
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Preoxygenation and general anesthesia: a review.
Bouroche G and Bourgain JL. Minerva Anestesiol 2015 - Review. PMID 26044934 Free article.
Clinicians (especially anesthesiologists trained in ENT and traumatology) must be prepared to handle life-threatening emergency situations by alternate methods including trans-tracheal ventilation. ...
Clinicians (especially anesthesiologists trained in ENT and traumatology) must be prepared to handle life-threatening emergency situations b …
Regional versus general anesthesia for spine surgery. A comprehensive review.
Mergeay M, et al. Acta Anaesthesiol Belg 2015 - Review. PMID 26103736
Spine surgery is still mostly performed under general anesthesia. This has to be explained by the patient's position required during surgery, the extent and duration of some procedures, the preference of the surgeon and/or anesthesiologist and a trend which becomes more and more prominent to abandon central nerve blocks in general. ...Although all techniques described offered favorable success rates, future research is mandatory to determine their superiority over general intra-operative anesthesia and conventional pain therapy....
Spine surgery is still mostly performed under general anesthesia. This has to be explained by the patient's position required …
Closed-loop anesthesia.
LE Guen M, et al. Minerva Anestesiol 2016 - Review. PMID 26554614 Free article.
But this field of research is now increasing in every component of general anesthesia (hypnosis, nociception, neuromuscular blockade) and literature describes some successful algorithms - single or multi closed-loop controller. ...Automation could quickly concern other aspects of anesthesia as fluid management and this review proposes an overview of closed-loop systems in anesthesia....
But this field of research is now increasing in every component of general anesthesia (hypnosis, nociception, neuromuscular bl …
Induction
Wu M and Rodriguez ST. Anesth Analg 2017. PMID 28079583
Should we induce general anesthesia in the prone position?
Ellard L and Wong DT. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol 2014 - Review. PMID 25254571
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: For patients requiring surgery in the prone position, an alternative to a traditional supine induction is allowing the patient to position themselves comfortably prone and inducing anesthesia in that position. The purpose of this review is to examine the current literature and evaluate the safety of induction of anesthesia in the prone position. ...
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: For patients requiring surgery in the prone position, an alternative to a traditional supine induction is allowing the pa …
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