D T Neilipovitz
Affiliation: University of Ottawa
- A randomized trial of tranexamic acid to reduce blood transfusion for scoliosis surgeryD T Neilipovitz
Departments of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario
Anesth Analg 93:82-7. 2001..Implications: The administration of prophylactic tranexamic acid in patients with scoliosis who are undergoing posterior spinal fusion surgery has the potential to reduce perioperative blood transfusion requirements...
- The effect of perioperative aspirin therapy in peripheral vascular surgery: a decision analysisD T Neilipovitz
Department of Anesthesiology, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Anesth Analg 93:573-80. 2001..83 to 14.89 yr and increased quality-adjusted life expectancy from 14.72 to 14.79 yr. Aspirin increased the number of hemorrhagic complications by 2.46%, primarily because of an increased incidence of non-life-threatening complications...
- Tranexamic acid for major spinal surgeryDavid T Neilipovitz
Department of Anaesthesiology, The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus, 1053 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Eur Spine J 13:S62-5. 2004..A brief synopsis of the studies using the synthetic antifibrinolytics for spine surgery is presented. Finally, the potential risks and the benefits of antifibrinolytics are discussed...
- No evidence for decreased incidence of aspiration after rapid sequence inductionDavid T Neilipovitz
Department of Anesthesiology, the Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4E9, Canada
Can J Anaesth 54:748-64. 2007..The purpose of this structured, evidence-based, clinical update was to determine if rapid sequence induction is a safe or effective technique to decrease the risk of aspiration or other complications of airway management...
- Rapid sequence intubation: how do we define success?David T Neilipovitz
Can J Anaesth 51:857-8; author reply 858-9. 2004
- Extension of a shortened endotracheal tubeDavid T Neilipovitz
Can J Anaesth 54:399-400. 2007