Yassine Ghamri

Yassine Ghamri
Lausanne University Hospital | CHUV · Service d'anesthésiologie

Doctor of Medicine

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Education
August 2017 - May 2020
University of Lausanne
Field of study
  • Medicine

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Publications (6)
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During anesthesia, noncritical patients are routinely monitored via noninvasive cuff-based blood pressure (BP) monitors. Due to the noncontinuous nature of the monitoring, the BP values of the patient remain unavailable between consecutive cuff measurements, carrying the risk of missing rapid and sudden variations in BP. We evaluated the added valu...
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Background: Intraoperative hypotension is associated with postoperative complications and death. Oscillometric brachial cuffs are used to measure arterial pressure (AP) in most surgical patients but may miss acute changes in AP. We hypothesized that pulse oximeter waveform analysis may help to detect changes in systolic AP (SAP) and mean AP (MAP)...
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Routine monitoring of blood pressure during general anesthesia relies on intermittent measurements with a non-invasive brachial cuff inflated every two to five minutes. While all these patients are equipped by a fingertip pulse oximeter, the acquired optical signals currently only provide SpO2 estimates. Our running clinical trial (NCT02651558) pre...
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Background and Goal of Study: Obtaining accurate continuous blood pressure (BP) monitoring is mandatory in critically-ill, anesthetized patients or during complex surgical procedures. The gold standard for continuous BP measurement invasive arterial catheter- is complex and associated with morbidity. To allow non-invasive beat-to-beat BP measuremen...
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Obtaining accurate continuous blood pressure monitoring is mandatory in critically-ill, anesthetized patients or during long and challenging surgical procedures. The gold standard for continuous BP measurement (invasive arterial catheter) is complex and associated with morbidity. This study presents a simple way to measure non-invasive BP continuo...
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Reliability is an essential condition for using quantitative sensory tests (QSTs) in research and clinical practice, but information on reliability in patients with chronic pain is sparse. The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability of different QST in patients with chronic low back pain. Eighty-nine patients with chronic low back pain pa...

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