Item request has been placed! ×
Item request cannot be made. ×
loading  Processing Request
Item request has been placed! ×
Item request cannot be made. ×
loading  Processing Request
Academic Journal

Pandemics and maternal health: the indirect effects of COVID‐19.

Subjects: COVID-19; COVID-19 pandemic; PANDEMICS

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Apr2021 Supplement S4, Vol. 76, p69-75. 7p.

  • Abstract: Summary: Infectious diseases can directly affect women and men differently. During the COVID‐19 pandemic, higher case fatality rates have been observed ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Impact of vaccination by priority group on UK deaths, hospital admissions and intensive care admissions from COVID‐19.

Subjects: MEDICAL personnel; COVID-19; HOSPITAL admission & dischargeGREAT Britain

  • Source: Anaesthesia. May2021, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p608-616. 9p.

  • Abstract: Summary: National (and global) vaccination provides an opportunity to control the COVID‐19 pandemic, which disease suppression by societal lockdown and individual ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Impact of the intersection of anaesthesia and gender on burnout and mental health, illustrated by the COVID‐19 pandemic.

Subjects: COVID-19 pandemic; GENDER; MENTAL health

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Apr2021 Supplement, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p24-31. 8p.

  • Abstract: Summary: Physician burnout and poor mental health are prevalent and often stigmatised. Anaesthetists may be at particular risk and this is further increased for women ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Mortality in patients admitted to intensive care with COVID‐19: an updated systematic review and meta‐analysis of observational studies.

Subjects: INTENSIVE care patients; COVID-19; COVID-19 pandemicMIDDLE East; AUSTRALASIA; SOUTH Asia

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Apr2021, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p537-548. 12p.

  • Abstract: Summary: The COVID‐19 pandemic continues to cause critical illness and deaths internationally. Up to 31 May 2020, mortality in patients admitted to intensive ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Occupational COVID-19 risk for anaesthesia and intensive care staff - low-risk specialties in a high-risk setting.

Subjects: COVID-19; SARS-CoV-2; MEDICAL personnel

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Mar2021, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p295-300. 6p.

  • Abstract: Keywords: COVID-19; healthcare workers; infection EN COVID-19 healthcare workers infection 295 300 6 02/08/21 20210301 NES 210301 In early November, the first death ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

The impact of protocol‐based high‐intensity pharmacological thromboprophylaxis on thrombotic events in critically ill COVID‐19 patients.

Subjects: COVID-19; CRITICALLY ill; VENOUS thrombosis

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Mar2021, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p327-335. 9p.

  • Abstract: Summary: The reported incidence rate of venous and arterial thrombotic events in critically ill patients with COVID‐19 infections is high, ranging ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Renal impairment and its impact on clinical outcomes in patients who are critically ill with COVID‐19: a multicentre observational study.

Subjects: TREATMENT effectiveness; COVID-19; ACUTE kidney failure

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Mar2021, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p320-326. 7p.

  • Abstract: Summary: Renal impairment is common in patients who are critically ill with coronavirus disease‐19 (COVID‐19). We examined the association between acute ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

The effect of COVID-19 on general anaesthesia rates for caesarean section. A cross-sectional analysis of six hospitals in the north-west of England.

Subjects: CESAREAN section; COVID-19; CROSS-sectional methodENGLAND

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Mar2021, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p312-319. 8p.

  • Abstract: At the onset of the global pandemic of COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), guidelines recommended using regional ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Airway management guidance for the endemic phase of COVID‐19.

Subjects: COVID-19; COVID-19 pandemic; VIRUS diseases

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Feb2021, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p251-260. 10p.

  • Abstract: Summary: It is now apparent that severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus‐2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) will remain endemic for ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Multidisciplinary guidance for safe tracheostomy care during the COVID-19 pandemic: the NHS National Patient Safety Improvement Programme (NatPatSIP).

Subjects: COVID-19 pandemic; PATIENT safety; ARTIFICIAL respiration

  • Source: Anaesthesia. Dec2020, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p1659-1670. 12p.

  • Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is causing a significant increase in the number of patients requiring relatively prolonged invasive mechanical ventilation and an ...

Record details

×
  • 1-10 of  517 results for "COVID-19"