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Comparison of the Effectiveness of Music Video Therapy and Music Therapy on Pain after Cardiothoracic Surgery in Preschool Children

The aim: To investigate the effects of music video therapy on pain among preschoolers after cardiothoracic surgery. Patients in the music video therapy group received a 30-minute music video intervention, while patients in the music therapy group received a 30-minute musical intervention. MVT's results showed a statistically significant decrease in heart rate, mean arterial pressure, and respiratory rate on the first day after surgery and pain control, relative to the MT group, but no significant difference was found in oxygen saturation. Conclusion: The results add to the evidence supporting the use of music video therapy as a non-pharmaceutical strategy to reduce postoperative pain, reduce the use of analgesics, shorten the duration of ICU and hospital stays in preschool children following the cardiothoracic surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1532/hsf.3509


Perceptions of Training Pathways from Recent Cardiothoracic Surgery Graduates

Background: There are three cardiothoracic surgery training routes available: u2014general surgery residency, followed by a CTS residency of 2-3 years, 4 years of general surgery, and 3 years of CTS residency, as well as an integrated 6-year pathway. Participants felt well-prepared for practice with a mean response of 79. 8; mean job satisfaction was 87. 6. When asked which pathway respondents would take in the new era, 52 would choose a traditional route, 17 a 4+3 pathway, and 19 an I-6 program; 7 did not respond. Surgeons from 72 traditional pathways and 18/18 integrated pathway trained surgeons will choose an integrated pathway. Conclusions: This is the first survey to explore the perceptions of cardiovascular surgeons early in their careers, as well as other educational streams. The results from this report provide insight into how to enhance CTS preparation for the next generation of surgeons.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1532/hsf.3651


Intra-operative hemi-diaphragm electrical stimulation does not change mitochondrial function in cardiothoracic surgery patients

Methods We investigated 21 patients, one hemidiaphragm's nerve is stimulated every 30 min for 1min during a surgery, and we investigated 21 patients. We obtained diaphragm biopsies after the last stimulation and analysis of mitochondrial respiration in permeabilized fibers, as well as protein expression and enzymatic activity of biomarkers of muscle atrophy, oxidative stress, and mitophagy. Conclusions Intraoperative phrenic nerve electrical stimulation resulted in an impairment of mitochondrial respiration in the stimulated hematometer, which was without differences in biomarkers of atrophy and oxidative stress. Future studies should investigate optimal stimulation doses and determining post-operative chronic stimulation effects on weaning from the ventilator and rehabilitation results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1609135/v2


Intra-operative hemi-diaphragm electrical stimulation does not change mitochondrial function in cardiothoracic surgery patients

Abstract Background: Mechanical ventilation during cardiothoracic surgery is life-saving, but it can lead to respiratory dysfunction and prolongs weaning from the ventilator and hospital stay. During a surgical procedure, we monitored 21 patients for a phrenic nerve stimulation of one hemidiaphragm every 30 min for 1min. Conclusions: Intraoperative phrenic nerve electrical stimulation stimulated mitochondrial respiration in the stimulated hemidiaphragm, despite differences in oxidative and oxidative stress biomarkers. Future studies should investigate optimal stimulation doses and evaluating post-operative chronic stimulation results on weaning from the ventilator and rehabilitation results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1609135/v1


Cardiothoracic surgery

Although overlap exists between diagnosis of pulmonary diseases such as lung neoplasia, infection, and ventilatory dysfunction, as well as cardiac disease management, surgeons have traditionally chosen one region or the other. As new endovascular interventions, including coronary artery angioplasty, stenting, and valve replacement, are also decreasing, while open surgical procedures are gaining increasing recognition.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780199696420.003.0024


Intensive care management after cardiothoracic surgery

The post-cardiothoracic surgical patient's care is based on universal principles of intensive care, but it incorporates some particulars. Suspicion of myocardial ischaemia should not only lead to pharmaceutical therapy, but also consideration of urgent angiography to rule out coronary graft occlusion. Ventricular abnormalities may be pre-existing or attributable to intra-operative myocardial dysfunction u2018stunningu2019. Early extubation, fluid limitation, effective analgesia, and guarded lung ventilation are among the key pulmonary physiotherapy recommendations for patients undergoing thoracic surgery. Patients in Thoracic are at risk of atelectasis, respiratory disease, bronchial air leak, and right ventricular dysfunction. With conservative leadership, Algoe osteopileural fistulae usually improve, while bronchopleural fistulae are more likely to require surgical intervention. Patients with ischaemic heart disease have a high risk of Lung surgery. Patients with pre-existing elevated pulmonary vascular resistance may suffer right ventricular dysfunction and may be unable to cope with a rise in pulmonary vascular resistance after lung resection.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780199600830.003.0368


Cardiothoracic surgery

Around 1% of live births, congenital heart disease is present in around 1% of all births, and it will be more prevalent among children presenting for surgical repair of other congenital anomalies. Whilst pediatric cardiac surgery anaesthesia care is a highly specialized field of expertise, any anaesthetist looking after children and young adults will have congenital heart disease, and will therefore need an appreciation of optimal anaesthetic care of these children. Anaesthesia for cardiac catheterization in children, anaesthesia in the cardiac catheter laboratory, and the use of mechanical support of the circulation are all among the anaesthesia areas of anaesthesia.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780198755791.003.0015


Intraoperative management of mechanical ventilation in non-cardiothoracic surgery: a national survey in China

Abstract Background The current clinical evidence regarding intraoperative ventilation management in a non-cardiothoracic surgical setting among anesthesia providers in China is uncertain. Methods We created a 25-question anonymous survey that was distributed to anesthesia departments from 81 tertiary/University hospitals in China between August 2021 and September 2021. In either laparoscopic or non-laparoscopic surgery, approximately three quarters used positive end-expiratory pressure, and the majority anesthesiologists maintained positive end-expiratory pressure of 1u20135 cmH 2 O. Conclusions We found that heterogeneity exists among individual practices regarding intraoperative ventilation administration in the context of non-cardiothoracic surgery, highlighting the potential knowledge-practice gap among Chinese anesthesiologists.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1887971/v1


Multiplex Polymerase chain reaction to diagnose bloodstream infections in patients after cardiothoracic surgery

Whereas traditional blood culture suffers from poor sensitivity and a reporting time of around 48 hours, a research lag of around 48 h may be a more cost-effective and efficient method for finding bloodstream infections. The aim of this report was to compare the results of SF with BC testing in patients suspected of having BSI after cardi-ac surgery. Methods: By SF and BC, 279 blood samples from 168 people with suspected BSI were analyzed. 14. 7% of blood samples were positive using SF and 17. 2% using BC, respectively. SF found a higher number of Gram-negative bacteria in SF than BC did. In patients with a positive SF result, C-reactive protein, protonin, and interleukin 6 plasma concentrations were elevated. Conclusion: The SF test is a valuable tool for rapid diagnostics of BSI in patients after cardiothoracic surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.137/v2


Multiplex Polymerase chain reaction to diagnose bloodstream infections in patients after cardiothoracic surgery

Whereas blood culture as the new diagnostic gold standard suffers from low sensitivity, as well as a reporting delay of approximately 48 h, polymerase chain reaction based technologies could be a fast and accurate method for detection of bloodstream infections. Assay, conventional BC testing in patients after cardiac surgery was used to determine the results of real time multiplex-PCR u201d u201d, a real-time multiplex PCR assay. Methods : 279 blood samples from 168 individuals with suspected of BSI were reviewed by SF and BC. Receiver operating characteristic curves were designed to determine the validity of clinical and laboratory data for the prediction of positive SF results. Results: Excluding results are attributable to pollutants, 14. 7% of blood samples were positive using SF and 17. 2% using conventional BC. When compared to BC alone, the combination of BC and SF significantly increased the number of detected microorganism, including fungi, when compared to BC and SF alone. Prostrateinin, pro-reactive protein, as well as interleukin 6, was both significantly elevated in patients with a positive SF result. In addition, the incidence of severe acute kidney disease in SF positive patients was higher in SF positive patients than in SF negative patients. The best predictive values for positive SF results were found using ROC analysis, including IL-6 and CRP, but not PCT showed the highest predictive values for positive SF results. Conclusion: The real time PCR-based SF test could be a valuable addition to the traditional BC approach for rapid diagnosis of BSI in patients after cardiothoracic surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.137/v1

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