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    Table 1. Role of the Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Intensivists (24/7 Care Model)
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    Fig. 1. Massachusetts General Hospital extracorporeal membrane oxygenation consult application.
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    Fig. 1. Adrenal steroid biosynthetic pathway. Figure modified from Payne and Hales, 16 with permission from Oxford University Press and the Endocrine Society.
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    Fig. 2. Mechanisms of renin release and aldosterone secretion. Figure modified from Raffa et al., 30 with permission from Elsevier. Na, sodium; H2O, water.
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    Fig. 3. Methods for renin measurement. Figure modified from Fischer et al ., 142 with permission from Oxford University Press and the European Society of Cardiology. HSD, hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase.
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    Fig. 1. Shared ventilation circuit diagram. Selected circuit components highlighting inclusion of, for each circuit: (1) inspiratory and expiratory limb one-way valves, (2) bacterial/viral filters (protection for ventilator and shared patient), (3) end-tidal carbon dioxide (ET co 2 ) and/or tidal volume (V T ) monitoring on patient side of circuit wye, (4) heat and moisture exchange filters, and (5) airway pressure monitoring, using a dry pressure transducer directly connected (no tubing) to a side-stream Luer lock port (gas sampling port) on patient side of heat and moisture exchange filters, if possible, which allows detection of diminished airway pressures if heat and moisture exchange filters saturate and add resistance.
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    Table 1. Physiologic Implications of N95 Mask Use
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    Table 1. Patient and Procedure Characteristics of Match-eligible Population and Matched Population
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    Table 2. Intraoperative Characteristics of Patients Receiving Sugammadex and Neostigmine in Matched Analytic Cohort
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    Fig. 1. Major pulmonary complication event rates (unadjusted) in matched cohort of patients undergoing noncardiac inpatient surgery. Patients receiving sugammadex were matched to patients receiving neostigmine across 12 hospitals using exact match criteria of institution, sex, age, comorbidities, obesity, surgical procedure type, and neuromuscular blockade agent. The composite pulmonary complication primary outcome included pneumonia, respiratory failure, and other major complications.