Dr. Clyde Matava

About Dr. Clyde Matava

Dr. Clyde is a Paediatric anaesthesia researcher from Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.. His recent research is on Artificial intelligence, machine learning and the pediatric airway. which was published on Paediatr Anaesth on 2019/12/17.

The DOI of the article Artificial intelligence, machine learning and the pediatric airway. is 10.1111/pan.13792

The article has been published in the following journal:
France Paediatr Anaesth 9206575 1155-5645

Co-Authors:


List of co-authors for Artificial intelligence, machine learning and the pediatric airway. :
Evelina Pankiv
Luis Ahumada
Benjamin Weingarten
Allan Simpao

What are Dr. Clyde Matava Specialties :

List of Publications:

  1. More on Barrier Enclosure During Endotracheal Intubation
      More on Barrier Enclosure During Endotracheal Intubation
  2. Pediatric Laryngoscopy and Bronchoscopy During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Four-Center Collaborative Protocol to Improve Safety With Perioperative Management Strategies and Creation of a Surgical Tent With Disposable Drapes
      Aerosolization procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic place all operating room personnel at risk for exposure. We offer detailed perioperative management strategies and present a specific protocol designed to improve safety during pediatric laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy. Several methods of using di …
  3. State of the Art in Clinical Decision Support Applications in Pediatric Perioperative Medicine
      With more than a decade of electronic medical data generation, clinical decision support tools have begun to evolve into more sophisticated and complex algorithms capable of transforming large datasets into succinct, timely, and pertinent summaries for treatment and management of pediatric patients. …
  4. Pediatric Airway Management in COVID-19 Patients – Consensus Guidelines From the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia's Pediatric Difficult Intubation Collaborative and the Canadian Pediatric Anesthesia Society
      The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (COVID-19) pandemic has challenged medical systems and clinicians globally to unforeseen levels. COVID-19's rapid spread has forced clinicians to care for patients with a highly contagious disease without evidence-based guidelines. Using a virtual …
  5. Clear Plastic Drapes May Be Effective at Limiting Aerosolization and Droplet Spray During Extubation: Implications for COVID-19
      Clear Plastic Drapes May Be Effective at Limiting Aerosolization and Droplet Spray During Extubation: Implications for COVID-19
  6. Diagnosis and Management of Complete Tracheal Rings With Concurrent Tracheoesophageal Fistula
      Complete tracheal rings with concurrent TEF is a rare entity that pose challenges for ventilatory management during operative repair. Bronchoscopy prior to TEF repair is critical to allow for proper preoperative planning.
  7. Meningovertebral Ligaments as a Cause for Difficult Epidural Placement in a Child: Identification Using Epidurography
      Meningovertebral Ligaments as a Cause for Difficult Epidural Placement in a Child: Identification Using Epidurography
  8. A Convolutional Neural Network for Real Time Classification, Identification, and Labelling of Vocal Cord and Tracheal Using Laryngoscopy and Bronchoscopy Video
      We report the development and evaluation of a CNN that can identify and classify airway anatomy in real time. This neural network demonstrates high performance. The availability of artificial intelligence may improve airway management and bronchoscopy by helping to identify key anatomy real time. Th …
  9. Reducing Postoperative Pain in Children Undergoing Strabismus Surgery: From Bundle Implementation to Clinical Decision Support Tools
      Through the implementation and adoption of an evidence-based bundle of care, we successfully decreased the incidence of moderate to severe postoperative pain for children undergoing strabismus repair. We demonstrated that combining nudge theory with QI methodology can be an effective means of delive …
  10. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the Pediatric Airway
      Artificial intelligence and machine learning are rapidly expanding fields with increasing relevance in anesthesia and, in particular, airway management. The ability of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to recognize patterns from large volumes of complex data makes them attracti …
  11. Ultrasound-guided Techniques for Peripheral Intravenous Placement in Children With Difficult Venous Access
      Peripheral intravenous placement in children can be challenging. Different techniques have been used to improve first pass success rates in children with known history of difficult venous access including surface landmarking, local warming, transillumination, ultrasonography, epidermal nitroglycerin …
  12. Improved Difficult Airway Documentation Using Structured Notes in Anesthesia Information Management Systems
      Improved Difficult Airway Documentation Using Structured Notes in Anesthesia Information Management Systems
  13. A Retrospective Analysis of Neuromuscular Blocking Drug Use and Ventilation Technique on Complications in the Pediatric Difficult Intubation Registry Using Propensity Score Matching
      Spontaneous ventilation is associated with more nonsevere complications, such as hypoxemia and laryngospasm, than controlled ventilation techniques during intubation of children with difficult airways. Inadequate anesthetic depth may contribute to increased complications.
  14. Canadian Pediatric Anesthesia Society Statement on Clear Fluid Fasting for Elective Pediatric Anesthesia
      Canadian Pediatric Anesthesia Society Statement on Clear Fluid Fasting for Elective Pediatric Anesthesia
  15. iCanCope PostOp: User-Centered Design of a Smartphone-Based App for Self-Management of Postoperative Pain in Children and Adolescents
      The concept ideation and generation phases of the user-centered design approach were successfully completed for the iCanCope PostOp app. Next steps will include design finalization, app development (iOS or Android), evaluation through a randomized controlled trial, and subsequent implementation of t …
  16. Design and Evaluation of a Novel and Sustainable Human-Powered Low-Cost 3D Printed Thermal Laryngoscope
      Design and Evaluation of a Novel and Sustainable Human-Powered Low-Cost 3D Printed Thermal Laryngoscope
  17. A National Survey on Attitudes and Barriers on Recycling and Environmental Sustainability Efforts Among Canadian Anesthesiologists: An Opportunity for Knowledge Translation
      Canadian anesthesiologists appear ready to incorporate environmental sustainability in their practice but indicate that significant barriers exist. Our study highlights the need for further educational programs and implementation strategies.
  18. Twitter Hashtags for Anesthesiologists: Building Global Communities
      Twitter is a social media platform that has been encouraged for use among anesthesiologists as a way to stimulate conversation, distribute research, enhance conference experiences, and expand journal club sessions. We aimed to establish the typical baseline use of hashtags that are not related to ev …
  19. A Novel Open-Source Novel App Improves Anesthesia Operating Room Equipment Supply
      Anesthesiologists are dependent on specialized drugs and equipment being immediately available for patient care. Deficiencies in supplies impact on operating room efficiency and patient safety. In our institution, we do not have anesthesia assistants/aides and depend on general aides to stock anesth …
  20. Creating Low-Cost 360-Degree Virtual Reality Videos for Hospitals: A Technical Paper on the Dos and Don'ts
      This article will provide a framework for producing immersive 360-degree videos for pediatric and adult patients in hospitals. This information may be useful to hospitals across the globe who may wish to produce similar videos for their patients. Advancements in immersive 360-degree technologies hav …

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