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Acquisition of critical intraoperative event management skills in novice anesthesiology residents by using high-fidelity simulation-based training.
Park CS, Rochlen LR, Yaghmour E, et al. Anesthesiology. 2010;112:202-211.
High-fidelity simulation training successfully improved anesthesiology residents' skills in managing hypoxemia and hypotension.
Cases & Commentaries
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Christopher R. Lee, MD; October 2009
Following surgery for peripheral vascular disease, a patient otherwise ready for discharge complains of liquid shooting from his nose. The surgeons make the patient NPO and order a consultation from an otolaryngologist, who discovers the nasopharyngeal airway still lodged in the patient's nasal cavity.
Levine S. Washington Post. July 18, 2006:B01.
This article reports on the efforts of one woman, whose mother was severely burned during a tracheostomy, to educate others about and reduce the risk of surgical fires.