Thomas Heidegger
Thomas Heidegger
Professor, University Bern, Switzerland
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Influence of working conditions on job satisfaction in anaesthetists
JF Kinzl, H Knotzer, C Traweger, W Lederer, T Heidegger, A Benzer
British Journal of Anaesthesia 94 (2), 211-215, 2005
Comparison of direct and video-assisted views of the larynx during routine intubation
MB Kaplan, CA Hagberg, DS Ward, A Brambrink, AK Chhibber, ...
Journal of clinical anesthesia 18 (5), 357-362, 2006
Patient satisfaction with anaesthesia care: what is patient satisfaction, how should it be measured, and what is the evidence for assuring high patient satisfaction?
T Heidegger, D Saal, M Nuebling
Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology 20 (2), 331-346, 2006
Patient satisfaction with anaesthesia care: development of a psychometric questionnaire and benchmarking among six hospitals in Switzerland and Austria†‡
T Heidegger, Y Husemann, M Nuebling, D Morf, T Sieber, A Huth, ...
British journal of anaesthesia 89 (6), 863-872, 2002
Validation of a simple algorithm for tracheal intubation: daily practice is the key to success in emergencies—an analysis of 13,248 intubations
T Heidegger, HJ Gerig, B Ulrich, G Kreienbühl
Anesthesia & Analgesia 92 (2), 517-522, 2001
Patient satisfaction with anaesthesia–Part 1: satisfaction as part of outcome–and what satisfies patients
T Heidegger, D Saal, M Nübling
Anaesthesia 68 (11), 1165-1172, 2013
Strategies and algorithms for management of the difficult airway
T Heidegger, HJ Gerig, JJ Henderson
Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology 19 (4), 661-674, 2005
Structure and process quality illustrated by fibreoptic intubation: analysis of 1612 cases
T Heidegger, HJ Gerig, B Ulrich, TW Schnider
Anaesthesia 58 (8), 734-739, 2003
Comparison of intubating conditions after rocuronium and suxamethonium following “rapid‐sequence induction” with thiopentone in elective cases
HJ Sparr, TJ Luger, T Heidegger, G Putensen‐Himmer
Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 40 (4), 425-430, 1996
Does a postoperative visit increase patient satisfaction with anaesthesia care?
D Saal, T Heidegger, M Nuebling, R Germann
British journal of anaesthesia 107 (5), 703-709, 2011
Implementation of shared decision making in anaesthesia and its influence on patient satisfaction
WJ Flierler, M Nübling, J Kasper, T Heidegger
Anaesthesia 68 (7), 713-722, 2013
Prophylactic percutaneous transtracheal catheterisation in the management of patients with anticipated difficult airways: a case series
HJ Gerig, T Schnider, T Heidegger
Anaesthesia 60 (8), 801-805, 2005
Management of the difficult airway
T Heidegger
New England Journal of Medicine 384 (19), 1836-1847, 2021
Patient satisfaction with anesthesia care: information alone does not lead to improvement
T Heidegger, M Nuebling, R Germann, H Borg, K Flückiger, T Coi, ...
Canadian Journal of anesthesia 51 (8), 801, 2004
Influence of quality of recovery on patient satisfaction with anaesthesia and surgery: a prospective observational cohort study
V Berning, M Laupheimer, M Nübling, T Heidegger
Anaesthesia 72 (9), 1088-1096, 2017
Algorithms for management of the difficult airway
T Heidegger, HJ Gerig
Current Opinion in Anesthesiology 17 (6), 483-484, 2004
Putting the'point'back into the ritual: a binary approach to difficult airway prediction.
J Pandit, T Heidegger
Anaesthesia 72 (3), 2017
Effect of timing on the response to postal questionnaires concerning satisfaction with anaesthesia care
D Saal, M Nuebling, Y Husemann, T Heidegger
British Journal of Anaesthesia 94 (2), 206-210, 2005
Patient satisfaction with anaesthesia–Part 2: construction and quality assessment of questionnaires
M Nübling, D Saal, T Heidegger
Anaesthesia 68 (11), 1173-1178, 2013
Comparison of etomidate and propofol for fibreoptic intubation as part of an airway management algorithm: a prospective, randomized, double-blind study
J Schaeuble, T Heidegger, HJ Gerig, B Ulrich, TW Schnider
European journal of anaesthesiology 22 (10), 762-767, 2005
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