Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
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Date Institution name Country Title Medical School Vienna Austria Dr med Univ Monash University Australia Masters of Medicine
Year Citation 2021 Van Zundert, A. A. J., Endlich, Y., Beckmann, L. A., Bradley, W. P. L., Chapman, G. A., Heard, A. M. B., . . . O’Sullivan, E. (2021). 2021 Update on airway management from the Anaesthesia Continuing Education Airway Management Special Interest Group. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 49(4), 257-267.
2021 O'Carroll, J., Endlich, Y., & Ahmad, I. (2021). Advanced airway assessment techniques. BJA Education, 21(9), 336-342.
2021 Prineas, S., Culwick, M., & Endlich, Y. (2021). A proposed system for standardization of colour-coding stages of escalating criticality in clinical incidents. Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology, 34(6), 752-760.
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2021 Gibbs, N. M., Culwick, M. D., Endlich, Y., & Merry, A. F. (2021). A cross-sectional overview of the second 4000 incidents reported to webAIRS, a de-identified web-based anaesthesia incident reporting system in Australia and New Zealand. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 49(6), 422-429.
2021 Taylor, C. L., Wilson, S. R., Burgoyne, L. L., & Endlich, Y. (2021). LMA® Gastro™: A paediatric experience. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 49(2), 119-124.
2020 Endlich, Y., Beckmann, L. A., Choi, S. W., & Culwick, M. D. (2020). A prospective six-month audit of airway incidents during anaesthesia in twelve tertiary level hospitals across Australia and New Zealand. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 48(5), 389-398.
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2020 Culwick, M. D., Endlich, Y., & Prineas, S. N. (2020). The Bowtie diagram: A simple tool for analysis and planning in anesthesia. Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology, 33(6), 808-814.
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2020 Endlich, Y., Lee, J., & Culwick, M. D. (2020). Difficult and failed intubation in the first 4000 incidents reported on webAIRS. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 48(6), 477-487.
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