Table of Contents
Yao and Artusio's Anesthesiology: Problem-Oriented Patient Management
Reviewed by David G. Potter, CRNA, MBA
Printed version: 2007;75;405.
Student Leadership Tracks: A model for nurse anesthesia faculty recruitment and retention
Tiffany D. Garey, RN, BSN
Printed version: 2007;75:406-408.
Key words: Faculty shortage, leadership tracks, mentorship, nurse anesthesia education, student leadership.
List of Recognized Programs by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs
Printed version: 2007;75:446-458.
Official Council Listing
Printed version: 2007;75:459-460.
Index to Volume 75 of the AANA Journal
Printed version: 2007;75:461-473.
Double-lumen endotracheal tube for one-lung ventilation through a fresh tracheostomy stoma: A case report
Lana Leinbach Yaney, CRNA, MS, BSN
For one-lung ventilation in many surgical cases, double-lumen endotracheal tubes are the first-line choice for airway management. This report describes an elective tracheostomy and the use of a double-lumen endotracheal tube directly through the fresh stoma site for a patient with a known difficult airway who had undergone a left-sided radical neck dissection and postoperative radiation 10 years earlier.
Printed version: 2007;75:411-415.
Key words: Arndt, bronchial blocker, double-lumen endotracheal tube, one-lung ventilation, tracheostomy, Univent.
The effectiveness of inhalation isopropyl alcohol versus granisetron for the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting
MAJ Lara Teran, CRNA, MSN, ANC, USA
LTC John K. Hawkins, CRNA, PhD, ANC, USA
The authors designed this study to analyze the incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) in a fertile female patient population undergoing laparoscopic surgical procedures. They compare the effectiveness of granisetron, 0.1 mg, IV intraoperatively with the inhalation of 70% isopropyl alcohol as a prophylactic treatment for PONV vs a control group.
Printed version: 2007;75:417-422.
Key words: Granisetron, postoperative nausea and vomiting, inhalation isopropyl alcohol.
Occurrence and removal of a knotted pulmonary artery catheter: A case report
Ladan Eshkevari, CRNA, MS, Dipl Ac
Brandee M. Baker, CRNA, MS
In order to monitor and provide anesthesia safely to older, obese patients with various comorbidities the nurse anesthetist must weigh the risks and benefits of all types of monitoring when these patients undergo major invasive procedures. One such option is the Swan-Ganz pulmonary artery catheter. This case report describes one potential complication, a knot, and its management by the anesthesia care team in coordination with interventional radiology.
Printed version: 2007;75:423-428.
Key words: Interventional radiology, invasive hemodynamic monitoring, pulmonary artery catheter, Swan-Ganz catheter.
The effects of valerian on the time course of emergence from general anesthesia in Sprague-Dawley rats (Rattus norvegicus)
Capt Robert L. Chaplin, Jr, CRNA, MSN, USAF, NC
Capt Jeffrey Jedynak, CRNA, MSN, USAF, NC
Capt David Johnson, CRNA, MSN, USAF, NC
Lt Col Donna Heiter, CRNA, MS, USAF, NC
Lt Col Lawrence Shovelton, CRNA, MS, USAF, NC
Normalynn Garrett, CRNA, PhD
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects on emergence from isoflurane anesthesia using a combination of the herb valerian and midazolam compared with valerian alone, midazolam alone, and no additional drug-herb treatment in Sprague-Dawley rats. The findings suggest that the combination of valerian and midazolam may prolong emergence time.
Printed version: 2007;75:431-435.
Key words: Benzodiazepines, emergence, rats, valerian.
AANA Journal Course Part 5
Update for nurse anesthetists --
Transfusion-related acute lung injury
Joseph A. Joyce, CRNA, BS
Between 2003 and 2005, transfusion-related acute lung injury surpassed ABO incompatibility as the number one cause of transfusion-related mortality in the United States. Prompt recognition and appropriate intervention are required to reduce the potential for mortality. This course includes 3 case reports, definitions and signs and symptoms, incidence, differential diagnosis, cause and pathophysiologic factors, treatment, and prevention.
Printed version: 2007;75:437-444.
Key words: Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), transfusion-associated circulatory overload (TACO), transfusion-related acute lung injury (TRALI).