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AnStroke Trial: Anaesthesia vs. Sedation for Endovascular Treatment of Ischemic Stroke

Does choice of anaesthetic approach have an impact on neurological outcomes in stroke patients? This article, recently published in Stroke, examines outcomes in patients undergoing endovascular treatment for acute ischemic stroke, randomised to either conscious sedation or general anaesthesia. 181 more words

Acute Cerebrovascular Conditions

10 Conditions That Cause Or Mimic Chronic Fatigue

10 Conditions That Cause Or Mimic Chronic Fatigue

Do you feel tired and sleepy during the day for no reason whatsoever? Then keep reading because you may have one of these 8 conditions and this article could change your life for the better. 9 more words

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Continuous deep sedation until death & healthcare professionals’ emotional well-being

Ziegler, S. et al. BMC Palliative Care | Published online: 8 May 2017

Background: The practice of continuous deep sedation is a challenging clinical intervention with demanding clinical and ethical decision-making. 126 more words

Issue 10 (Spring 2017)

10 Conditions That Cause Or Mimic Chronic Fatigue

10 Conditions That Cause Or Mimic Chronic Fatigue

Do you feel tired and sleepy during the day for no reason whatsoever? Then keep reading because you may have one of these 8 conditions and this article could change your life for the better. 9 more words

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I wanna be sedated

Psychiatric nurse practitioner added olanzapine to my medication cocktail last week. I hadn’t been on lithium very long. We were still in the process of titrating that dose up. 55 more words

48hrs of #FOAMed finds! #FOAMcc #POCUS

Sorry for the lapse!

I just wanted to promote what I see as one of the best forthcoming meetings in Antwerp (November 2017). The International Fluid Academy meeting… 863 more words

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Palliative sedation challenging the professional competency of health care providers and staff

Leboul, D. et al. BMC Palliative Care | Published online: 11 April 2017

Background: Despite recent advances in palliative medicine, sedating a terminally ill patient is regarded as an indispensable treatment to manage unbearable suffering. 148 more words

Issue 10 (Spring 2017)