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Concious sedation

J Roelofse
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September 2006: SADJ: Journal of the South African Dental Association
David C Kramer, Gerald Grass
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This review focuses on developments in airway management and concious sedation/analgesic techniques employed by anesthesiologists in the emergency department. RECENT FINDINGS: Emergency medicine physicians routinely employ airway devices and techniques that were previously reserved for anesthesiologists. An understanding of the uses and limitations of these devices are essential for successful outcomes. Anesthesiologists responding to the emergency department may be faced with soiled or traumatized airways...
August 2003: Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology
S├ębastien Roulier, Julie Arsenault, Philippe Reix, Dominique Dorion, Jean-Paul Praud
The primary aim of the study was to explore cardiorespiratory reflexes originating from laryngeal C fiber endings in the neonatal period. Seventeen lambs were instrumented for recording glottal adductor and diaphragm EMG, heart rate, systemic arterial pressure and respiratory movements. C fiber blockade was induced in eight lambs by 30 mg/kg capsaicin, the remaining nine lambs serving as controls. Cardiorespiratory reflexes were induced in non-sedated lambs by flowing air, menthol or 13% CO2, or by injecting water or 50 microg capsaicin in the laryngeal inlet through an endoscope...
June 12, 2003: Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology
R Sweeney
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