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The "Guidelines 2000 for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care--International Consensus on Science" recommend a tidal ventilation volume of 10 ml/kg body-weight without the use of supplemental oxygen during two-rescuer adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). This relates to a ventilation volume of about 6.4 l/min. Additionally,(More)
The 'Guidelines 2000 for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care - International Consensus on Science' recommend an artificial ventilation volume of 10 ml/kg bodyweight (equivalent to a tidal volume of 700-1000 ml) without the use of supplemental oxygen in adults with respiratory arrest. For first aid providers using the(More)
— Scientific simulation workflows today consist of a pool of simulation models of different domains that are linked together. In the past this was often done with highly specific connections between the simulation models, e. g., batch-scripts or use of commercial integrated systems prescribing certain procedures. This strong coupling led to several problems(More)
In the Aerospace field one often has to deal with a host of highly specialized software applications that need to be orchestrated into one optimization process to produce e. g., an optimized aircraft model. This optimization process combines engineering knowledge from fields as diverse as aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, engine building, environmental impact(More)
The need for collaboration between individual scientificfields increases with the wish for more global engineeringoptimizations and assessment requirements. Since areas ofresearch become more and more fine-grained domains ofthere own, it is still very desirable to cooperate with otherexperts with more chance than ever to gain synergies whenscience is(More)
The EU regulatory statute for the acute hazard identification of chemicals requires selection of the two most appropriate routes of administration. Testing employing the oral route is mandatory, whereas selection of the dermal or inhalation route requires expert judgement, i.e. considerations of structural alerts with regard to the inherent acute inhalation(More)
We report on a very rare case of pre-hospital total spinal anaesthesia. In addition to initial management, other possible complications of paravertebral injections are discussed. The identification of symptoms and an immediately initiated life-saving therapy can avoid the necessity of introducing extensive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Patients who(More)
The perioperative management of patients with mediastinal masses is a special clinical challenge in our field. Even though regional anaesthesia is normally the first choice, in some cases it is not feasible due to the method of operation. In these cases general anaesthesia is the second option but can lead to respiratory and haemodynamic decompensation due(More)
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