Anesthesia, Pain, and Monitoring: Past and Future

A special issue of Anesthesia Research (ISSN 2813-5806).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2024 | Viewed by 1780

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Department of Anesthesia, Hualien Tzu-Chi Hospital, Hualien 97002, Taiwan
Interests: cellular electrophysiology; cardiac pharmacology; clinical anesthesia; airway management
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Dear Colleagues,

Science and knowledge are the cornerstone of medical practices, including anesthesia. Over the centuries of this practice, many aspects of anesthesia have evolved. A great deal of exciting anesthesia research results have gradually improved our scientific understanding and clinical practices. Therefore, discoveries and inventions are the driving forces moving the anesthesia discipline forward. In the 21st century, anesthesia is not only about preventing pain. Modern anesthesia concepts also include any thoughts or ideas related to the mechanisms and monitoring of anesthesia depth, as an example. Other aspects include various therapeutic strategies and medications, pain research and management, and critical care. We believe that bold original thinking and honest skepticism will balance and promote anesthesia research.

This Special Issue, “Anesthesia, Pain, and Monitoring: Past and Future”, will address the latest findings and ideas in this field of research.

We invite submissions of original research papers as well as contemporary review articles that reflect the latest progress in and potential of this research field.

Dr. Luk Hsiang Ning
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Keywords

  • anesthesia
  • peri-operative care
  • pain medicine
  • critical care medicine
  • airway management
  • hemodynamic monitoring
  • neuromonitoring
  • molecular biology
  • COVID-19

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Case Report
Combined Styletubation with Videolaryngoscopy for Tracheal Intubation in Patients Undergoing Thyroidectomy with Intraoperative Neuromonitoring
by Hui-Shan Pan, Tiffany Corey, Hsiang-Ning Luk, Jason Zhensheng Qu and Alan Shikani
Anesth. Res. 2024, 1(1), 8-23; https://doi.org/10.3390/anesthres1010003 - 22 Sep 2023
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The purpose of this case series report is to demonstrate the current state of the art regarding tracheal intubation of an evoked electromyography-endotracheal tube (EMG-ET tube) for continuous intraoperative recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring (IONM) in patients undergoing thyroid surgery. Both direct laryngoscopy (DL) [...] Read more.
The purpose of this case series report is to demonstrate the current state of the art regarding tracheal intubation of an evoked electromyography-endotracheal tube (EMG-ET tube) for continuous intraoperative recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring (IONM) in patients undergoing thyroid surgery. Both direct laryngoscopy (DL) and videolaryngoscopy (VL) are popular for routine tracheal intubation of an EMG-ET tube. A new intubating technique (styletubation), using a video-assisted intubating stylet (VS), provides less traumatic and swift intubation. Styletubation combined with VL ensures the precise placement of the EMG-ET tube. This novel intubation technique improves the outcome of intubating an EMG-ET tube for IONM. Full article
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article type: Review
authors: Luk Hsiang Ning, etc.
title: Routine use of video-twin intubating technique in patients underwent thyroidectomy with intraoperative neuromonitoring
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