https://www.jimgs.com/ojs/index.php/journal/issue/feed Journal For International Medical Graduates 2024-07-18T08:20:49+00:00 Dr. Hassaan Tohid neurocalcibnp@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <article class="text"> <h1><u>OUR AIM</u></h1> <p>If we define our aim in one word, it’s “Service”. Our mission and aim is to serve science, scientific community, students, doctors, patients, &amp; readers by providing correct and accurate scientific evidence-based information. Our goal is to be recognized as the journal that serves people and supports merit and publishes high quality articles with correct and accurate scientific information.<br /><br />We also aim to serve science by providing maximum visibility of articles published in the journal by making them available to all the readers.<br /><br />The JIMG also serves the authors by providing fast speed publication in 30 to 60 days while maintaining diligent peer review process. 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The JIMG will follow the journal policies and operations guidelines to decide the fate of the article which is strictly merit based.<br /><br />For any queries and concerns please contact neurocalcibnp@gmail.com<br /><br />In a nutshell, JIMG serves all parties involved in the process of writing and publishing.</p> </article> https://www.jimgs.com/ojs/index.php/journal/article/view/163 Comparison of Endotracheal Tube (ETT) and Laryngeal Mask Airway (LMA) in Pediatric Anesthesia: A Systematic Review 2024-07-15T03:30:19+00:00 Erica Ricci info@jimgs.com Kirubel T. Hailu info@jimgs.com Korlos Salib info@jimgs.com Sanath Savithri Nandeesha info@jimgs.com Alousious Kasagga info@jimgs.com Chnoor Hawrami info@jimgs.com Pousette Hamid info@jimgs.com <p>The present systematic review compares the effects of<br>the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) and the endotracheal<br>tube (ETT) on hemodynamic response and airway<br>difficulties in pediatric anesthesia patients. The terms<br>"children," "postoperative," "pediatrics," "laryngeal<br>mask airway," "endotracheal tube," and "subglottic"<br>were utilized. The scope of the literature review was<br>limited to randomized controlled trials (RCTs), and<br>PubMed, Google Scholar, and the Cochrane Library were<br>among the databases searched. Two reviewers used the<br>Cochrane Risk of Bias Tool to assess quality. Eight RCTs<br>in total were included. When compared to the ETT,<br>results showed that the number of attempts for<br>endotracheal intubation was fewer than for the<br>placement of the LMA. Additionally, there was an<br>increase in blood pressure, heart rate, and mean arterial<br>pressure with the use of the ETT. The incidence of<br>postoperative respiratory complications, including<br>laryngospasm, bronchospasm, and sore throat, was<br>higher with the use of the ETT. We conclude that the use<br>of the LMA can be a safe alternative to the ETT in<br>pediatric patients, producing fewer hemodynamic<br>changes and postoperative complications.</p> 2024-07-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal For International Medical Graduates https://www.jimgs.com/ojs/index.php/journal/article/view/164 Abraham Maslow’s Legacy: A Personal Exploration of Hierarchy 2024-07-18T08:20:49+00:00 Dr. Hassaan Tohid hassaantohid@hotmail.com <p>The present systematic review compares the effects of<br>the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) and the endotracheal<br>tube (ETT) on hemodynamic response and airway<br>difficulties in pediatric anesthesia patients. The terms<br>"children," "postoperative," "pediatrics," "laryngeal<br>mask airway," "endotracheal tube," and "subglottic"<br>were utilized. The scope of the literature review was<br>limited to randomized controlled trials (RCTs), and<br>PubMed, Google Scholar, and the Cochrane Library were<br>among the databases searched. Two reviewers used the<br>Cochrane Risk of Bias Tool to assess quality. Eight RCTs<br>in total were included. When compared to the ETT,<br>results showed that the number of attempts for<br>endotracheal intubation was fewer than for the<br>placement of the LMA. Additionally, there was an<br>increase in blood pressure, heart rate, and mean arterial<br>pressure with the use of the ETT. The incidence of<br>postoperative respiratory complications, including<br>laryngospasm, bronchospasm, and sore throat, was<br>higher with the use of the ETT. We conclude that the use<br>of the LMA can be a safe alternative to the ETT in<br>pediatric patients, producing fewer hemodynamic<br>changes and postoperative complications.</p> 2024-07-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal For International Medical Graduates