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Surgical Management of the Failed Airway:

August 2014

The first-known mention of an attempted surgical airway, a tracheostomy, was depicted on Egyptian tablets as early as 3,600 bce. History has condemned the emergent surgical airway when it has failed, but when successful, the ...
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  • Surgical Management of the Failed Airway:

    August 2014

    The first-known mention of an attempted surgical airway, a tracheostomy, was depicted on Egyptian tablets as early as 3,600 bce. History has condemned the emergent surgical airway when it has failed, but when successful, the ...
    read more

  • Lung Assistant Keeps Patients in Air as Bridge to Transplant

    August 2014

    A portable device for inducing respiration in badly damaged lungs may offer hope for patients in remote areas who must travel long distances for a lung transplant, according to the results of a case study.
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  • Advancements in Lung Isolation Techniques

    August 2014

    Recent impressive technologic advancements have led to the development of a wide variety of minimally invasive surgical techniques. Cardiothoracic surgery is no exception. In the United States, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery ...
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