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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30119234/current-trends-and-emerging-diagnostic-techniques-for-lung-cancer
#1
REVIEW
Bala Prabhakar, Pravin Shende, Steffi Augustine
Cancer is one of most fatal forms of disease with rapid, abnormal and uncontrolled division of cells which spreads into different organs in the body. The primary aim of this review is to showcase the current and emerging diagnostic techniques that are used in lung cancer detection. Lung cancer is a leading cause of death among smokers and it has been emerging in non-smokers due to passive smoke inhalation by non-smokers. The mortality rate of patients with lung cancer is very high due to the change in lifestyle and environmental factors...
July 27, 2018: Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, Biomédecine & Pharmacothérapie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29757890/pediatric-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-in-southern-israel-a-cross-sectional-study
#2
Yariv Fruchtman, Zvi H Perry, Tom Leibson, Liat Vered Cohen, Matitiahu Lifshitz, Eugene Leibovitz
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to describe the epidemiology and clinical burden of unintended carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning among children in the Negev region of southern Israel. METHODS: This was a cross-sectional retrospective study of CO poisoning patients admitted to Soroka University Medical Center in 2011 through 2015. RESULTS: Overall, 43 cases of CO poisoning were recorded among children younger than 18 years. Five patients died, all upon admission...
May 2, 2018: Pediatric Emergency Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29489307/emergency-department-management-of-smoke-inhalation-injury-in-adults-digest
#3
Karalynn Otterness, Christine Ahn, Jeffrey Nusbaum, Nachi Gupta
Smoke inhalation injury portends increased morbidity and mortality in fire-exposed patients. Upper airway thermal burns, inflammation from lower airway irritants, and systemic effects of carbon monoxide and cyanide can contribute to injury. A standardized diagnostic protocol for inhalation injury is lacking, and management remains mostly supportive. Clinicians should maintain a high index of suspicion for concomitant traumatic injuries. Diagnosis is mostly clinical, aided by bronchoscopy and other supplementary tests...
March 1, 2018: Emergency Medicine Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29489306/emergency-department-management-of-smoke-inhalation-injury-in-adults
#4
Karalynn Otterness, Christine Ahn
Smoke inhalation injury portends increased morbidity and mortality in fire-exposed patients. Upper airway thermal burns, inflammation from lower airway irritants, and systemic effects of carbon monoxide and cyanide can contribute to injury. A standardized diagnostic protocol for inhalation injury is lacking, and management remains mostly supportive. Clinicians should maintain a high index of suspicion for concomitant traumatic injuries. Diagnosis is mostly clinical, aided by bronchoscopy and other supplementary tests...
March 2018: Emergency Medicine Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29366494/proposal-for-an-algorithm-for-the-management-of-the-patient-s-airway-after-smoke-inhalation
#5
P Kot Baixauli, J E Morales Sarabia, L Rovira Soriano, J De Andrés Ibáñez
Smoke inhalation represents the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in burns patients. Given the injuries that can occur in the airway after this exposure, it is imperative to evaluate the need for orotracheal intubation in the emergency department and even in the place of first assistance by healthcare workers. Since the clinical signs are poor predictors of the severity of the lesion, in selected cases, it is advisable to perform a diagnostic fibroscopy. We present a case report of a patient with a smoke inhalation lesion in which the fibroscopy was determinant to proceed to intubation, and we propose an algorithm of action for the management of the airway in this type of patients...
March 2018: Revista Española de Anestesiología y Reanimación
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29239735/burns-centre-and-fire-services-what-information-can-be-exchanged-to-manage-the-burn-patient
#6
O Pujji, B Nizar, J Bechar, D North, S Jeffery
AIM: To describe the experience of using a "Burns Extrication Form" at a regional Burns Centre. Communication between the fire services and burns team previously has been regarded as poor. Significant information is collected by the fire services at the scene and this can aid the management of the patient. METHODS: The Burns Extrication Form was devised to provide a clear framework of communication between the two services. Information regarding time frames, exposure to heat & smoke, fire loading (potential severity of a fire in a given space by measuring amount of combustible material in confined space), building construction, chemicals involved is passed to the medical team through this form through a National Health Service mailbox...
May 2018: Burns: Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29021725/prehospital-hydroxocobalamin-for-inhalation-injury-and-cyanide-toxicity-in-the-united-states-analysis-of-a-database-and-survey-of-ems-providers
#7
M V Purvis, H Rooks, J Young Lee, S Longerich, S A Kahn
Prehospital use of hydroxocobalamin as an antidote for cyanide toxicity, a serious complication of smoke inhalation, has yet to be universally adopted in the United States though its efficacy and safety have been demonstrated since 2006. The purpose of this study was to characterize practices of prehospital hydroxocobalamin administration via a survey of emergency medical services (EMS) and to report a case series from an EMS database to track use of hydroxocobalamin. The Fire Smoke Coalition Newsletter emailed a voluntary survey to EMS subscribers regarding hydroxocobalamin use...
June 30, 2017: Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28777512/carbon-monoxide-poisoning-in-utah-1996-2013
#8
Lindell K Weaver, Kayla Deru, Susan Churchill, Joshua Legler, Greg Snow, Todd Grey
INTRODUCTION: The true incidence of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is not clearly known, but a description of possible trends could aid in prevention. METHODS: Investigators searched Utah state databases for emergency department (ED) visits and admissions for CO poisoning and medical examiner records for CO-related fatalities. RESULTS: From 1996-2013, 7,590 individuals were diagnosed with CO poisoning: 6,469 were treated/ released from EDs; 596 were admitted; 525 died...
November 2016: Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine: Journal of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28217031/rationalizations-and-identity-conflict-following-smoking-relapse-a-thematic-analysis
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Lei Hum Wee, Azlyn Azmainie Binti Ithnin, Robert West, Nihayah Mohammad, Caryn Mei Hsien Chan, Siti Saadiah Hasan Nudin
Introduction: Little is known about how smokers respond cognitively and emotionally to the experience of "late" relapse after the acute withdrawal phase. This study assessed the kinds of thoughts and feelings that emerge in order to provide a basis for quantitative research assessing prevalence of different types of response and implications for future quit attempts. Methods: Face-to-face in-depth interviews were conducted among 14 people attending a quit smoking clinic in Malaysia who had relapsed after at least 6 weeks of abstinence...
January 2, 2017: Journal of Substance Use
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27777546/pre-burn-centre-management-of-the-airway-in-patients-with-face-burns
#10
D Costa Santos, F Barros, M Frazão, M Maia
Face burns expose patients to a higher respiratory risk, and early prophylactic intubation before they enter the burn unit might be life-saving. However, unnecessary intubation may compromise their clinical evolution. Hence, the decision to perform pre-burn centre endotracheal intubation remains a clinical challenge. A retrospective study was developed to characterize the experience of the tertiary burn unit of the Hospital da Prelada with face burn patients arriving endotracheally-intubated between January 2009 and September 2013...
December 31, 2015: Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27774354/smoke-inhalation-in-a-rural-emergency-setting-a-simulation-session
#11
Robert Jong, Eugene Krustev, Aron Heroux, Adam Dubrowski
Smoke inhalation-associated lung injuries (SI-ALI) present multiple challenges to the rural emergency department, and they require timely and appropriate management to prevent significant mortality and morbidity. In this report, we outline an adaptable simulation of an SI-ALI patient that is designed for use in a rural emergency department. The aim of this simulation is to better equip clinicians and emergency department staff who may encounter SI-ALI in rural settings. The case is suitable for resident doctors and emergency department staff...
September 15, 2016: Curēus
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27459446/a-coordinated-emergency-response-a-color-dust-explosion-at-a-2015-concert-in-taiwan
#12
Chih-Ching Yang, Chung-Liang Shih
In June 2015, nearly 500 concert attendees suffered injuries from smoke inhalation and severe burns following a color-dust explosion at a waterpark in Taiwan. We report on the progressions of the incident and government responses, share cross-departmental mobilization and case management lessons, and reflect on clinical and complex policy issues emerged. The timely and coordinated emergency responses, a high-quality universal health care system, and dedicated clinicians voluntarily working overtime resulted in an unprecedented 2...
September 2016: American Journal of Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27147888/assessing-inhalation-injury-in-the-emergency-room
#13
REVIEW
Shinsuke Tanizaki
Respiratory tract injuries caused by inhalation of smoke or chemical products are related to significant morbidity and mortality. While many strategies have been built up to manage cutaneous burn injuries, few logical diagnostic strategies for patients with inhalation injuries exist and almost all treatment is supportive. The goals of initial management are to ensure that the airway allows adequate oxygenation and ventilation and to avoid ventilator-induced lung injury and substances that may complicate subsequent care...
2015: Open Access Emergency Medicine: OAEM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26843673/systematic-review-and-meta-analysis-of-inhaled-toxicants-from-waterpipe-and-cigarette-smoking
#14
REVIEW
Brian A Primack, Mary V Carroll, Patricia M Weiss, Alan L Shihadeh, Ariel Shensa, Steven T Farley, Michael J Fine, Thomas Eissenberg, Smita Nayak
OBJECTIVE: Waterpipe tobacco smoking (WTS) is an emerging trend worldwide. To inform public health policy and educational programming, we systematically reviewed the biomedical literature to compute the inhaled smoke volume, nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide (CO) associated with a single WTS session and a single cigarette. METHODS: We searched seven biomedical bibliographic databases for controlled laboratory or natural environment studies designed to mimic human tobacco consumption...
January 2016: Public Health Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26807490/bystander-intervention-prior-to-the-arrival-of-emergency-medical-services-comparing-assistance-across-types-of-medical-emergencies
#15
COMPARATIVE STUDY
Mark Faul, Shelley N Aikman, Scott M Sasser
OBJECTIVE: To determine the situational circumstances associated with bystander interventions to render aid during a medical emergency. METHODS: This study examined 16.2 million Emergency Medical Service (EMS) events contained within the National Emergency Medical Services Information System. The records of patients following a 9-1-1 call for emergency medical assistance were analyzed using logistic regression to determine what factors influenced bystander interventions...
May 2016: Prehospital Emergency Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26623215/thermal-burns-and-smoke-inhalation-a-simulation-session
#16
Michael Parsons, Justin Murphy, Sabrina Alani, Adam Dubrowski
In recent years, simulation-based training has seen increased application in medical education. Emergency medicine simulation uses a variety of educational tools to facilitate trainee acquisition of knowledge and skills in order to help achieve curriculum objectives. In this report, we describe the use of a highly realistic human patient simulator to instruct emergency medicine senior residency trainees on the management of a burn patient.
2015: Curēus
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26038261/indoor-fire-in-a-nursing-home-evaluation-of-the-medical-response-to-a-mass-casualty-incident-based-on-a-standardized-protocol
#17
S W Koning, P M Ellerbroek, L P H Leenen
PURPOSE: This retrospective study reports the outcome of a mass casualty incident (MCI) caused by a fire in a nursing home. METHODS: Data from the medical charts and registration system of the Major Incident Hospital (MIH) and ambulance service were analyzed. The evaluation reports from the MIH and an independent research institute were used. The protocol for reports from major accidents and disaster was used to standardize the reporting [Lennquist, in Int J Disaster Med 1(1):79-86, 2003]...
April 2015: European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery: Official Publication of the European Trauma Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25747784/effect-of-catastrophic-wildfires-on-asthmatic-outcomes-in-obese-children-breathing-fire
#18
Kevin Tse, Lie Chen, Mabel Tse, Bruce Zuraw, Sandra Christiansen
BACKGROUND: Air pollutants from wildfires and obesity independently exacerbate asthma, yet no study has determined the combined effects of these 2 variables on asthma outcomes. OBJECTIVE: To determine the effect of 2 catastrophic wildfires affecting the Southern California region (in 2003 and 2007) on several asthma outcomes in a cohort of children. METHODS: To investigate the association between wildfire exposure and asthma outcomes, we stratified our study population by body mass index categories (underweight, normal, overweight, and obese) and zip codes (to distinguish individuals who were closer to the fires vs farther away)...
April 2015: Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25672494/year-in-review-2013-critical-care-out-of-hospital-cardiac-arrest-traumatic-injury-and-other-emergency-care-conditions
#19
REVIEW
Scott A Goldberg, Bryan Kharbanda, Paul E Pepe
In this review, we discuss articles published in 2013 contributing to the existing literature on the management of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and the evaluation and management of several other emergency conditions, including traumatic injury. The utility of intravenous medications, including epinephrine and amiodarone, in the management of cardiac arrest is questioned, as are cardiac arrest termination-of-resuscitation rules. Articles discussing mode of transportation in trauma are evaluated, and novel strategies for outcome prediction in traumatic injury are proposed...
October 29, 2014: Critical Care: the Official Journal of the Critical Care Forum
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25544145/mass-casualty-response-to-the-kiss-nightclub-in-santa-maria-brazil
#20
Silvana T Dal Ponte, Carlos F D Dornelles, Bonnie Arquilla, Christina Bloem, Patricia Roblin
On January 27, 2013, a fire at the Kiss Nightclub in Santa Maria, Brazil led to a mass-casualty incident affecting hundreds of college students. A total of 234 people died on scene, 145 were hospitalized, and another 623 people received treatment throughout the first week following the incident.1 Eight of the hospitalized people later died.1 The Military Police were the first on scene, followed by the state fire department, and then the municipal Mobile Prehospital Assistance (SAMU) ambulances. The number of victims was not communicated clearly to the various units arriving on scene, leading to insufficient rescue personnel and equipment...
February 2015: Prehospital and Disaster Medicine
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