|D040921||Stress Disorders, Traumatic NIH||0.20|
|D013313||Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic NIH||0.19|
There is one clinical trial.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted anesthesia care all over the world. There remains very little data on current practice patterns and patient outcomes, particularly in anesthetized children. This is a prospective observational, multi-center study to investigate airway management related outcomes in children undergoing anesthesia during this pandemic. The investigators will compare the incidence of complications (particularly hypoxemia) in patients with COVID-19 to those who are COVID-19 negative during airway management. PAWS COVID-19 Registry https://is.gd/PEDICOVID19 Registration link https://is.gd/researchrequest
Description: incidence of complications (particularly hypoxemia) in patients with COVID-19 to those who are COVID-19 negative during airway managementMeasure: airway complications Time: throughout duration of anesthetic
Description: type of device inserted for airway controlMeasure: airway device Time: throughout duration of anesthetic
Description: the type of PPE used by anesthetists and assistants during airway managementMeasure: PPE Time: throughout duration of anesthetic
Description: compare the first attempt success rate of tracheal intubation in patients with the disease to those without the diseaseMeasure: First pass success Time: during induction and intubation
Description: variability in practice for induction of anesthesiaMeasure: induction techniques Time: during induction of anesthesia
Description: determine the Incidence of failed intubationMeasure: failed intubation Time: during induction of anesthesia
Description: determine risk factors related to complications (PPE type, Location, Age, Baseline Saturation, Induction technique, clinician type)Measure: complication risk factors Time: during anesthetic management
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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