• Samir Jaber


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    Email —  ******@***chu-montpellier.fr
    Professor
    Intensive Care Unit Anaesthesia and Critical Care Department Saint Eloi Teaching Hospital University Montpellier 1 Montpellier, France
    INSERM U1046 CNRS UMR 9214 Montpellier, France

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    An overview of the principles and current applications of diaphragm ultrasound and innovative ultrasound-based techniques. Introduction  In the intensive care unit (ICU), ultrasound imaging has become increasingly popular for the diagnosis and to guide treatment in critically ill patients (Volpicelli et al. 2020). The use of ultrasound to evaluate the respiratory muscle function (especially...

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  •  Audrey De Jong, MD, PhD

    Apnoeic Oxygenation for Intubation - Where is the Evidence?

    • 01:37 PM, Jun 24

    Apnoeic oxygenation can be used in critically ill patients, without replacing preoxygenation. Introduction Hypoxaemia is one of the most common complications during tracheal intubation of critically ill patients (Jaber et al. 2006; Russotto et al. 2021) with an incidence of severe hypoxaemia reaching up to 50% (De Jong et al. 2013; Jaber et al. 2006). Severe hypoxaemia can lead to cardiac...

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  •  Audrey De Jong, MD, PhD

    Is Videolaryngoscopy the New Gold Standard for Intubation Following th

    • 08:21 PM, Feb 22

    Videolaryngoscopy may be the new gold standard for tracheal intubation following the COVID-19 pandemic onset. Introduction Patients admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICU) often require respiratory support. Orotracheal intubation is one of the most frequent procedures performed in ICU (Lascarrou et al. 2017; Roux et al. 2014; Martin et al. 2020).When performed in critically ill patients, intubation

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    • 04:08 PM, Nov 30

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