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August 2021 A&A Video Summary: Featured Articles

Video Author: Daniel Mount and Jeanette Esau
Published on: 07.14.2021
Associated with: August 2021, Volume 133, Issue 2;

Video summary covering three featured articles in the August 2021 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia.

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Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Renal sinus cyst.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:03
Renal tumor with color Doppler.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:24
Renal artery air embolism upon unclamping at the end of cardiopulmonary bypass.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:04
Renal artery air embolism and simultaneous transcranial Doppler upon unclamping at the end of cardiopulmonary bypass. A total of 3590 high-intensity transient signals occurred during the procedure.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:31
Transesophageal probe position to obtain a transgastric view of the left kidney using Vimedix Simulator from CAE Healthcare. Color Doppler image of the left kidney. The initial pulsed wave Doppler of renal vein flow was continuous but then became pulsatile from an elevated right atrial pressure. Following the administration of 75 ug of epoprostenol by inhalation and 60 ug of intravenous nitroglycerine, the venous Doppler velocity became normal. (With permission of Beaubien-Souligny et al.20)
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 1:31
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonography view of the pancreas using a longitudinal view. Note the position of the splenic vein under the pancreas.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Animated description on the technique to obtain splenic vein Doppler interrogation under the pancreas using the Vimedix Simulator from CAE Healthcare. With permission of Denault et al. for the international study on the clinical significance of portal hypertension after cardiac surgery (NCT03656263).
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:02
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonography view of the pancreas using a transverse view. Note the position of the splenic vein under the pancreas.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonography view at 0o with color Doppler (Nyquist 8 cm/s) of the splenic vein shows alternative to and fro splenic venous flow.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
This abnormality was associated with only mild tricuspid regurgitation as seen from a mid-esophageal modified right ventricular inflow view.
Creator: Daniel Mount and Jeanette Esau
Duration: 3:36
Video summary covering three featured articles in the October 2021 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Thrombus in the inferior vena cava in an unstable patient after removal of a right-ventricular assist device. Note free fluid between the liver and the diaphragm.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Spontaneous contrast in a 55-year-old man before pericardectomy. The right atrial pressure was 20 mmHg.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Dilated intrahepatic bile duct in an 83-year-old woman with previous cholecyctectomy undergoing cardiac surgery.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:02
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonographic view of the inferior vena cava (IVC) long-axis view shows a dilated IVC following a Fontan procedure due to a partial occlusion at the level of the graft anastomosis to the IVC. Hepatic venous flow is present before and is almost absent after cardiopulmonary bypass from iatrogenic occlusion.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 1:02
Animated description on the technique to obtain splenic vein Doppler interrogation using the Vimedix Simulator from CAE Healthcare.
With permission of Denault et al. for the international study on the clinical significance of portal hypertension after cardiac surgery (NCT03656263).
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonographic view of the spleen.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:01
Transgastric abdominal ultrasonographic view of the spleen with color Doppler.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:03
Mild amount of peritoneal fluid in unstable patients.
Creator: A. Y. Denault
Duration: 0:03
Severe amount of peritoneal fluid in unstable patients.