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Edited By: Dr A. A. Klein, Cambridge, UK

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 5/31 (Anesthesiology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2044

Anaesthesia Paper of the Year

We are delighted to announce the winner of the Anaesthesia paper of the year!

Congratulations A. Patel and S. A. R. Nouraei for their winning paper:

Transnasal humidified rapid-insufflation ventilatory exchange (THRIVE): a physiological method of increasing apnoea time in patients with difficult airways

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Diagnostic accuracy of anaesthesiologists' prediction of difficult airway managment in daily clinical practice: a cohort study of 188064 patients in the Danish database
A. K. Nørskov, C. V. Rosenstock, J. Wetterslev, et al.

Power and conflict: the effect of a superior's interpersonal behaviour on trainees’ ability to challenge authority during a simulated airway emergency
Z. Friedman, M. A. Hayter, T. C. Everett, et al.

Defining and developing expertise in tracheal intubation using glidescope for anaesthetists with expertise in macintosh direct laryngoscopy:an in-vivo longitudinal study
P. Cortellazzi, D. Caldiroli, A. Byrne, et al.

Haemostatic profile of reconstituted blood in a proposed 1:1:1 ratio of packed red blood cells, platelet concentrate and four different plasma preparations
M. Ponschab, H. Schöchl, C. Gabriel, et al.

Introduction of an algorithm for ROTEM-guided fibrinogen concentrate administration in major obstetric haemorrhage
S. Mallaiah, P. Barclay, I. Harrod, et al.

Fibreoptic vs videolaryngoscopic (C-MAC(R) D-BLADE) nasal awake intubation under local anaesthesia
A. Kramer, D. Müller, R. Pförtner, et al.

The discriminatory value of cardiorespiratory interactions in distinguishing awake from anaesthetised states: a randomised observational study
D. A. Kenwright, A. Bernjak, T. Draegni, et al.

Evaluation of a new double-lumen endobronchial tube with an integrated camera (VivaSight-DL™): a prospective multicentre observational study
E. M. Koopman, M. Barak, E. Weber, et al.

Capabilities of a mobile extracorporeal membrane oxygenation service for severe respiratory failure delivered by intensive care specialists
P. B. Sherren, S. J. Shepherd, G. W. Glover, et al.