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Standards for patient monitoring during anesthesia at Harvard Medical School.
As part of a major patient safety/risk management effort, the Department of Anaesthesia of Harvard Medical School, Boston, has devised specific, detailed, mandatory standards for minimal patient… Expand
Comparison of vital capacity induction with sevoflurane to intravenous induction with propofol for adult ambulatory anesthesia.
- B. Philip, L. L. Lombard, E. R. Roaf, L. Drager, I. Calalang, J. Philip
- Anesthesia and analgesia
UNLABELLED We compared vital capacity inhaled induction (VC) with sevoflurane with i.v. induction with propofol for adult ambulatory anesthesia. Patients were randomly assigned to receive either 8%… Expand
Epidural Space as a Starling Resistor and Elevation of Inflow Resistance in a Diseased Epidural Space
Background and Objectives. The origin and the presence of negative pressure in the epidural space as well as the relationship of the extent of epidural anesthesia to epidural pressure has long been a… Expand
Anesthesia crisis resource management: real-life simulation training in operating room crises.
- R. Holzman, J. Cooper, D. Gaba, J. Philip, S. Small, D. Feinstein
- Journal of clinical anesthesia
- 1 December 1995
Little formal training is provided in anesthesiology residency programs to help acquire, develop, and practice skills in resource management and decision making during crises in practice. Using… Expand
Studies of nontraumatic osteonecrosis. The role of core decompression in the treatment of nontraumatic osteonecrosis of the femoral head.
- J. Warner, J. Philip, G. Brodsky, T. Thornhill
- Clinical orthopaedics and related research
- 1 December 1987
This study reports a five-year experience with core decompression for treatment of nontraumatic osteonecrosis of the femoral head. There were 25 patients (39 hips) with predominantly… Expand
Characterization of Flow in Intravenous Infusion Systems
- B. Philip, J. Philip
- Computer Science, Medicine
- IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
- 1 November 1983
The pressure-flow (P-F) relationship for intravenous infusion systems is found to be nonlinear, and may be expressed by the mathematical model P = RLF + RTF2. Expand
Critical parameters in drug delivery by intravenous infusion
Introduction: Intravenous infusion is commonly used to deliver medications and fluids to patients. The duration of an infusion is short (hours) in the operating room where intravenous agents are… Expand
Characterization of Flow in Intravenous Catheters
The pressure-flow (P-F) relationship in intravenous catheters is shown to be represented by the predictive model P = RLF + RTF2. Expand
Anesthesia practice standards at Harvard: a review.
Received for publication March 29. 1988; revised manuscript accepted for publication May 23, 1988. practitioners; (3) addressing the very high expectations of the public, government and accrediting… Expand