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In which clinical scenario would awake fibreoptic nasal intubation be employed?

Clinical Case Reports

Volume 2 Issue 1 (February 2014)

Content published online: 13 Jan 2014

Karim Kassam, Tasmin Rope

Key Clinical Message The routine way to access the uncomplicated airway is via direct laryngoscopy. When this is not possible, there are a number of other techniques to help visualization such as the video laryngoscopy. These require a degree of mouth opening. With...

Ankle clonus

Clinical Case Reports

Volume 3 Issue 6 (June 2015)

Content published online: 9 Apr 2015

Shoaib Bilal Fareedy, Ranjan Pathak

Key Clinical Message Clonus is a series of involuntary, rhythmic, muscular contractions, and relaxations. It may be caused by interruption of the upper motor neuron fibers such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, or by metabolic alterations such as severe hepatic failure or ...

Studying the movement behavior of benthic macroinvertebrates with automated video tracking

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 5 Issue 8 (April 2015)

Content published online: 17 Mar 2015

Jacqueline Augusiak, Paul J. Van den Brink

Abstract Quantifying and understanding movement is critical for a wide range of questions in basic and applied ecology. Movement ecology is also fostered by technological advances that allow automated tracking for a wide range of animal species. However, for ...

Frequent sleep‐related bitemporal focal seizures in transient epileptic amnesia syndrome: Evidence from ictal video‐ EEG

Epilepsia Open

Volume 2 Issue 2 (June 2017)

Content published online: 7 Feb 2017

David B. Burkholder, Amy L. Jones, David T. Jones, Rachel R. Fabris, Jeffrey W. Britton, Terrence D. Lagerlund, Elson L. So, Gregory D. Cascino, Gregory A. Worrell, Cheolsu Shin, Erik K. St. Louis

Summary Two patients who shared similar presenting clinical features of anterograde and retrograde autobiographical amnesia typical of transient epileptic amnesia (TEA) underwent prolonged video electroencephalogram (VEEG) monitoring and were found to have ...

Do you hear what I see? Vocalization relative to visual detection rates of Hawaiian hoary bats ( Lasiurus cinereus semotus )

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 7 Issue 17 (September 2017)

Content published online: 20 Jul 2017

Paulo. Marcos Gorresen, Paul M. Cryan, Kristina Montoya‐Aiona, Frank J. Bonaccorso

Abstract Bats vocalize during flight as part of the sensory modality called echolocation, but very little is known about whether flying bats consistently call. Occasional vocal silence during flight when bats approach prey or conspecifics has been documented ...

Enhanced recovery after surgery using uniportal video‐assisted thoracic surgery for lung cancer: A preliminary study

Thoracic Cancer

Volume 9 Issue 1 (January 2018)

Content published online: 31 Oct 2017

Haitao Huang, Haitao Ma, Shaomu Chen

Background This study investigated the clinical efficiency of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) using uniportal video‐assisted thoracoscopic surgery for lung cancer. Methods The clinical...

Quantification of Urine Elimination Behaviors in Cats with a Video Recording System

Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Volume 31 Issue 2 (March/April 2017)

Content published online: 3 Mar 2017

D. R. Dulaney, M. Hopfensperger, R. Malinowski, J. Hauptman, J.M. Kruger

Background Urinary disorders in cats often require subjective caregiver quantification of clinical signs to establish a diagnosis and monitor therapeutic outcomes. Objective To investigate use of...

The value of partnerships: lessons from a multi‐site evaluation of a national social and emotional wellbeing program for Indigenous youth

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

Volume 40 Issue S1 (April 2016)

Content published online: 29 Jun 2015

Ilse Blignault, Melissa Haswell, Lisa Jackson Pulver

Abstract Objective: To evaluate the first three years of a national program to improve the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous youth in remote and regional Australia. Methods: Combination of open inquiry and audit review involving...

License to Kill: Reforming Federal Wildlife Control to Restore Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function

Conservation Letters

Volume 7 Issue 2 (March/April 2014)

Content published online: 11 Jul 2013

Bradley J. Bergstrom, Lily C. Arias, Ana D. Davidson, Adam W. Ferguson, Lynda A. Randa, Steven R. Sheffield

Abstract For more than 100 years, the US government has conducted lethal control of native wildlife, to benefit livestock producers and to enhance game populations, especially in the western states. Since 2000, Wildlife Services (WS), an agency of the US ...

Comparison of the conventional M acintosh laryngoscope, the P entax A irwayscope, and the McG rath MAC video laryngoscope under restricted cervical motion: a manikin study

Acute Medicine and Surgery

Volume 2 Issue 2 (April 2015)

Content published online: 20 Oct 2014

Atsushi Kotera, Hiroki Irie, Shinsuke Iwashita, Junichi Taniguchi, Shunji Kasaoka, Yoshihiro Kinoshita

Aim We compared the utility of the conventional Macintosh laryngoscope, the Pentax Airway Scope, and the McGrath MAC video laryngoscope under restricted cervical motion using a manikin. Methods ...

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