Virtual Grand Rounds in Obstetric Anesthesia - December 2013 - Klaus Kjaer

published 6 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Aspiration in Obstetrics

So welcome to today's web based lecture on aspiration and obstetrics. I have no disclosures and no conflicts and I'm here at Weill Cornell medical college in New York. Where it all really started. So picture of our hospital on the Upper East Side. Curtis Mendelssohn was an obstetrician here and from 1932 to 1945 he looked at the records of over 44 0 pregnancies to identify 60. Cases of aspiration. It's very interested and. What was interesting about these cases is that all of them up. Seat oxygen and you Sir by mask. Close of these closeup up close to half of use were for batch of delivery sums of very different. Practice obvious ...

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