Sho Kumita
Sapporo Medical University
AirwayBreathingSurgeryMedical historyMechanical ventilationTidal volumeRectus sheathSore throatRectus sheath hematomaHysterectomyAnesthesiologyBladder cancerAbdominal painAirway managementPain medicineMuscle relaxationAnesthesiaConfidence intervalMedicine
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#1Sho Kumita (Sapporo Medical University)
#2Shunsuke Tachibana (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 4
Last. Michiaki Yamakage (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 29
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#1Sho Kumita (Sapporo Medical University)
#2Atsushi Sawada (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 4
Last. Michiaki Yamakage (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 29
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Ultrasound-guided inferior alveolar nerve block (UGIANB) is a mandibular analgesic procedure in which local anesthetic is injected into the pterygomandibular space (PMS). Several studies have reported the clinical efficacy of UGIANB for mandibular surgeries; however, its effective range has never been investigated. We performed a cadaveric study to investigate the success rate of UGIANB injections and to determine whether injected dye could stain the mandibular nerve (MN) trunk and its branches....
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#1Tomohiro ChakiH-Index: 3
#2Shunsuke TachibanaH-Index: 4
Last. Michiaki YamakageH-Index: 29
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BACKGROUND Second-generation supraglottic airway (SGA) devices are useful for airway management during positive pressure ventilation in general anesthesia and emergency medicine. In some clinical settings, such as the anesthetic management of awake craniotomy, SGAs are used in the head-rotated position, which is required for exposure of the surgical field, although this position sometimes worsens the efficiency of mechanical ventilation with SGAs. In this study, we investigated and compared the ...
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#1Sho Kumita (Sapporo Medical University)
#2Shunsuke Tachibana (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 4
Last. Michiaki Yamakage (Sapporo Medical University)H-Index: 29
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Severe abdominal pain caused by a rectus sheath hematoma (RSH) can decrease a patient’s activities of daily living. A case of postoperative RSH for which a continuous rectus sheath block (RSB) was effective is reported. A 62-year-old woman who had no previous medical history underwent hysterectomy, total cystectomy, and ileal conduit surgery for bladder cancer under epidural and general anesthesia. She complained of severe abdominal pain 40 min after removal of the epidural catheter on postopera...
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