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Volume 46, Issue 3, 249-348 May 2018

 TitlePages 
Cover Note
The early history of cardiac massage
CM. Ball, PJ. Featherstone
251-253
Editorial
Thinking beyond routine daily pathology testing in the intensive care unit
CF. Corke
257-257
Review
[+] Effect on neonatal outcome of pharmacological interventions for attenuation of the maternal haemodynamic response to tracheal intubation: a systematic review
A. Aman, B. Salim, K. Munshi, SA. Raza, FA. Khan
258-271
Original Paper
[+] The effects of haemodilution with succinylated gelatin solution on coagulation in vitro as assessed by thromboelastometry and impedance (multiple electrode) aggregometry
PCA. Kam, S. Varanasi, KX. Yang
272-277
[+] Validation of a revised Mandarin Chinese language version of the Postoperative Quality of Recovery Scale
J. Ni, D. El-Ansary, J. Heiberg, G. Shen, Q. You, Y. Gao, K. Liu, H. Ke, CF. Royse
278-289
[+] Non-invasive estimation of cardiac index in healthy volunteers
CT. Eyeington, P. Ancona, L. Cioccari, N. Luethi, NJ. Glassford, GM. Eastwood, HK. Proimos, F. Franceschi, MJ. Chan, D. Jones, R. Bellomo
290-296
[+] A two centre observational study of simultaneous pulse oximetry and arterial oxygen saturation recordings in intensive care unit patients
SJ. Ebmeier, M. Barker, M. Bacon, RC. Beasley, R. Bellomo, C. Knee Chong, GM. Eastwood, J. Gilchrist, H. Kagaya, J. Pilcher, SK. Reddy, E. Ridgeon, N. Sarma, S. Sprogis, A. Tanaka, M. Tweedie, M. Weatherall, PJ. Young
297-303
[+] Governance of rapid response teams in Australia and New Zealand
SS. Sethi, R. Chalwin
304-312
[+] Strategies to reduce inappropriate laboratory blood test orders in intensive care are effective and safe: a before-and-after quality improvement study
JA. Dhanani, AG. Barnett, J. Lipman, MC. Reade
313-320
[+] Clinical practice variation in acute severe burn injury
TL. Garside, RP. Lee, A. Delaney, D. Milliss
321-325
[+] Extended duration regional analgesia for total knee arthroplasty: a randomised controlled trial comparing five days to three days of continuous adductor canal ropivacaine infusion
SC. Sargant, MJ. Lennon, RJ. Khan, D. Fick, H. Robertson, S. Haebich
326-331
Survey
[+] An international survey evaluating factors influencing the use of total intravenous anaesthesia
GTC. Wong, SW. Choi, DH. Tran, H. Kulkarni, MG. Irwin
332-338
Correspondence
Is there more to the story of burnout in anaesthesiology trainees?
LJ. Castro-Alves, MC. Kendall
339-339
In reply to Castro-Alves and Kendall
DJ. Castanelli, SA. Wickramaarachchi, S. Wallis
339-340
Burnout in anaesthesia trainees
LP. Wang
340-341
Addressing burnout in anaesthetic trainees
HP. Grocott
341-341
Addressing burnout in anaesthesia trainees—reply
LJ. Roberts
342-342
The use of a frailty index to predict adverse postoperative outcomes of older surgical patients
Q. Liu, FS. Xue, GZ. Yang, YY. Liu
342-343
In reply to Liu
H. Lin, NM. Peel, IA. Scott, DL. Vardesh, P. Sivalingam, RL. McBride, JJ. Morong, MJ. Nelson, RE. Hubbard
343-343
Medical Emergency Team calls within 24 hours of surgery and strategy for reduction
AD. Smith, WPL. Bradley, S. Reilly, JA. Barrett, JJ. Hunt Smith
343-344
Discrepancy between factors associated with long-term outcome in very old patients referred to the intensive care unit, and prevalence of treatment limitations
KR. Hoffman, B. Loong, I. Mitchell, FMP. Van Haren
344-346
Transversus abdominis plane catheters versus rectus sheath catheters—it’s all in the placement
PB. Cornish
346-347
Combined use of C-MAC® videolaryngoscope and nasal videobronchoscope for critical airway rescue and intubation
JR. Cormack, ML. Ho
347-348