Anna Bergmann's research while affiliated with Universitätsmedizin Göttingen and other places

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Background Throughout the world there are so-called cardiac arrest teams (CAT) for in-hospital emergency care. In addition medical emergency teams (MET) are integrated for the prevention of in-hospital emergency situations. The present investigation investigated the structure of emergency care in Dutch hospitals. Methods The investigation was perfo...
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In 2005 the European Resuscitation Council (ERC) published the new guidelines for Advanced Life Support (ALS). One of the aims was to reduce the no flow time (NFT), without chest compression in the first period of cardiac arrest. Furthermore the guidelines recommend that endotracheal intubation should only be carried out by personnel experienced in...
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In 2005 the European Resuscitation Council published new guidelines for advanced life support. One of the issues was to reduce the "no flow time", which is defined as the time without chest compression in the first period of cardiac arrest. In a manikin study, we evaluated whether using the laryngeal tube instead of endotracheal intubation for airw...

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... Auch mehrere Autoren aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum fordern in ihren aktuellen Publikationen die Weiterentwicklung von reinen Reanimations-zu präventiven Notfallteams sowie eine entsprechende Ausbildung des Personals auf den Allgemeinstationen [29,43,55,56]. ...
... Different simulator-based studies could show that the use of the LT-D, instead of ETI or BMV, reduces the HOT significantly. [19][20][21][22][23] Moreover, a high incidence of complications, an unacceptably high HOT and a poor success rate when using ETI during cardiac arrest are described in the literature. [24][25][26][27][28][29] An easy-to-use and effective alternative airway device to ETI (eg, the LT-D) is therefore necessary. ...
... Beispielsweise können eingeschränkte Lagerungsmöglichkeiten, Traumata und Blutungen die endotracheale Intubation erschweren und verzögern. Die Atemwegssicherung mittels Larynxtubus (LT) bewies sich in diesen Situationen als sichere und zeitsparende Alternative, insbesondere, wenn Rettungsdienst und Notarzt nur über unzureichende Intubationserfahrung verfügen [5][6][7][8][9][10][11]. Frühere Untersuchungen zeigen, dass die Handhabung des LT sowohl von Notfallmedizinern als auch von notfallmedizinischem Rettungspersonal vergleichsweise einfach in standardisiertem Training zu erlernen ist [8,10]. ...