Prof. Nicola Disma, IRCCS Istituto Giannina Gaslini, Genova, Italy
Prof. Maren Kleine-Brueggeney, U German Heart Center Berlin and Charité – Universitaetsmedizin, Berlin, Germany
Steering committee members
Arash Afshari – Rigshospitalet, Denmark
Karin Becke – Cnopf Children’s Hospital, Germany
Nicola Clausen – University Hospital Odense, Denmark
Margaret Ekstein – Telaviv Hospital, Israel
Peter Frykholm – University of Uppsala, Sweden
Patricio González – La Paz Children’s Hospital, Spain
Walid Habre – University of Geneva, Switzerland
Thomas Riva -University of Bern, Switzerland
Carolina Romero – University Hospital, Spain
Francis Veyckemans – Hôpital Jeanne de Flandre, France
Britta von Ungern Sternberg – University of Western Australia, Australia
PARNet is the first Research Network aimed at creating a collaborative of paediatric anaesthetists in Europe and develop large clinical trials. Soe of the open questions that will be addressed are:
- What is the incidence of critical events occurring during tracheal intubation in children?
- What is the incidence of pulmonary aspiration of gastric content in the paediatric population?
- Can appropriate oxygen supplementation reduce the incidence of peri-intubation complications?
A prospective observational study looking at major complications occurring during tracheal intubation in children undergoing general anaesthesia. Children from 0 to 16 years requiring tracheal intubation for general anaesthesia performed by the anaesthesia team are eligible for the study.
The aim is to include 100,000 patients within a period of 3 consecutive months, in 500 centres spread in all continents. The starting date will be communicated once all centres are ready to start simultaneously.
The study protocol is ready and centres interested to participate are welcome to join the network. All participating center should receive approval by the local Ethic Committee or IRB before starting.
For further information contact the study coordinator at CRICKET@insel.ch
To register for the study please complete this short form below:
A prospective observational study with the primary aim to determine the safety of reducing the required fasting time for clear fluids to at least one hour before elective procedures (as recommended in the ESAIC guideline). Secondary aims are to investigate risk factors for aspiration and real fasting times associated with registered events.
The EUROFAST is ongoing study. If you wish to join the study please contact firstname.lastname@example.org