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President Barack Obama, with Education Secretary Arne Duncan, talks with college students, recent graduates and educators at Magnolia’s Deli & Café, as a child plays on the floor, in Rochester, N.Y., Aug. 22, 2013. The President stopped at the restaurant during his college affordability bus tour.

9:15AM THE PRESIDENT departs Joint Base Andrews

10:20AM THE PRESIDENT arrives Buffalo, New York
Buffalo Niagara International Airport

11:05AM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks
University at Buffalo, the State University of New York

5:55PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks
Henninger High School, Syracuse, New York


Despite continuous advances in the medical world, obesity continues to remain a major worldwide health hazard with adult mortality as high as 2.8 million per year. The majority of chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease are largely related to obesity which is usually a product of an unhealthy lifestyle and poor dietary habits. Appropriately tailored diet regimens for weight reduction can help manage the obesity epidemic to some extent. One diet regimen that has proven to be very effective for rapid weight loss is a very-low-carbohydrate and high-fat ketogenic diet. This activity reviews the evaluation and considerations for the ketogenic diet and discusses the role of the interprofessional team in educating patients on the risks and benefits of this diet.

Despite continuous advances in the medical world, obesity continues to remain a major worldwide health hazard with adult mortality as high as 2.8 million per year. The majority of chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease are largely related to obesity which is usually a product of unhealthy lifestyle and poor dietary habits. Appropriately tailored diet regimens for weight reduction can help manage the obesity epidemic to some extent. One diet regimen that has proven to be very effective for rapid weight loss is a very-low-carbohydrate and high-fat ketogenic diet.[1][2][3]


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More than 80% of commercial drones in the world are made by Chinese companies, which created the industry: In the early 2000s, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) were used mostly by the military. The U.S. Predator, used in Afghanistan to search for Osama bin Laden, was what most people likely thought of when discussing drones. But in the 2010s, a flood of innovation and investor optimism transformed the drone into entertainment and photography for average consumers, and a useful tool for architects, builders, farmers, filmmakers, game rangers, and many other professionals. Drone applications now range widely from aerial photography and ecommerce deliveries to power line inspection and surveillance. China is the center of this drone boom: Industry estimates place the number of registered companies involved in the drone business at 70,000.

Shenzhen-based DJI commands 70% of the world’s consumer drone market alone. But as the market continues to grow, more players will undoubtedly enter. In 2017, China produced 2.9 million consumer drones, according to the Shenzhen UAV Industry Association, a rise of 67% year-on-year. China’s drone industry was valued at $67 billion in 2020, up 16% from 2019.

DJI’s dominance of the consumer segment has forced the thousands of other drone manufacturers in China to fight for survival in the wilderness of commercial applications. The result is a flourishing and highly creative industry sector. Partnerships with various institutions — law enforcement, advertising agencies, energy companies, governments, the military, and technology companies — are now standard among drone companies. More than any other country, the drone is latching itself onto the very fabric of China’s economy: Ecommerce giant JD.com, China’s second-largest online retailer, for example, is already integrating its drones with its delivery networks to cover 100 rural villages. (In the U.S., Amazon’s own drone program, known as “Prime Air,” is still in its early testing phase.)

China is also a major player in the global military drone trade. Over the past decade, it has delivered 220 armed drones to 16 countries, including Nigeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, according to the research institute Sipri. China remains fifth behind the U.S. in overall arms exports, but it has become the go-to drone dealer for the world.

Chinese military drones are produced by state-owned companies, in contrast to consumer drones, whose producers are almost all privately funded. But the government is increasingly involving itself in the commercial drone sector. It has opened airspace, known as Unmanned Civil Aviation Experimental Zones (UCAEZs), to commercial drone makers like EHang (Nasdaq: EH) — the only publicly listed drone company out of China — to test aerial tourism, aerial firefighting, search and rescue, and more. The government wants its drone industry to grow to $27 billion in total output by 2025.

So who are the players in the Chinese drone market? Utilizing Chinese-language sources, SupChina has compiled information on the most important drone companies in China. They include companies involved in drone R&D, drone manufacturing, military uses, and drone services and accessories. Applications are organized into the following categories:

  • Military
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  • Agriculture
  • Public safety
  • Disaster alleviation
  • Firefighting and emergency response
  • Aquaculture
  • Photography
  • Infrastructure management
  • Forestry
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Kathleen Lynch. Protestant Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century Anglophone World.

Kathleen Lynch. Protestant Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century Anglophone World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. xii+321 pp. $99.00. Review by MARION A. WELLS, MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE.

Protestant Autobiography contributes in a number of important ways to current themes in early modern scholarship. By exploring the social and political contexts of the devotional autobiographical narratives she selects from the politically turbulent years of the seventeenth century Lynch offers an intricately historicized account of the "self" constructed in and through such writings. Lynch's work engages with the ongoing exploration of self and subjectivity in early modern studies, as well as with more recent local explorations of the kinds of life-writing (especially devotional life-writing) that are hard to categorize within traditional genres. In addition, Protestant Autobiography emphasizes the extension of the developments in spiritual autobiography throughout the Atlantic Anglophone world the book touches down in Bermuda, England, Ireland, and the colonies in North America, deftly weaving together developments in each location and highlighting the complex parallels among them. One of the most interesting issues that the book scrutinizes is the epistemological status of experience. As Lynch puts it in her introduction: "The spiritual experience was a narrated apprehension of an ontological state: I am saved" (28). The book surveys the contested uses of such spiritual experiences, arguing that because "experience is not a historically stable entity" it is necessary to attend closely to the particular cultural circumstances that make certain kinds of experiences validating and authentic (174). It is precisely the range and depth of Lynch's historical sources that bring this challenging project to life in her book.

One of the strengths of this book is its meticulous attention to the details not only of the writing process but of the printing and circulation of texts as well. Lynch discusses in detail the involvement of printers and booksellers in the dissemination of material (especially important when the material is controversial), rightly considering the political and social implications of the changing structure of the printing world. Using this lens she is able to make more visible the work of less well-known figures (like Matthew Simmons, who printed Milton's Areopagitica) in constructing particular seminal works. "Can we not think of Simmons as also committed to the project in a principled way?" (272), she writes. This shift in focus is tremendously useful for thinking about the material, cultural, and political conditions in which texts get published in this period. The focus on the construction of the book itself as an artifact returns as a strong theme in the final, fifth chapter, in which Lynch analyzes the complex, evolving narrative by Richard Baxter, Reliquiae Baxterianae (published posthumously in 1696). In a fascinating study of textual and ontological instability Lynch shows how Baxter's "conception of the self was organic and evolving, enmeshed in the circumstances of its political, social, and ecclesiastical world" (148). These conditions are perfectly demonstrated by this posthumous work, which, as Lynch points out, was given its title by editors, is missing its first eighteen pages, and refuses both linearity in its structure and a final ending. As Lynch shows, this fluid and palimpsestic work captures in its structure Baxter's view of the self as a work in progress there is an intriguingly postmodern feel to his avoidance of decisive markers in his text as in his life: "'Yet whether sincere Conversion began now, or before, or after, I was never able to this day to know'" (269).

In summary, then, Protestant Autobiography is a meticulously researched, deeply learned study of an intriguing set of devotional narratives set against their particular historical contexts. It will be of great interest to historians and literary scholars alike in its attention to the mutual imbrication of historical event and personal narrative since it explores in fascinating ways the intersection of self, narrative, and experience it also contributes to philosophically oriented inquiries about the nature of experience. Finally, the study attends in illuminating detail to the history of the book, providing this reader at least with a wealth of hitherto invisible information about the textual and publication history of a diverse selection of texts.


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Jennifer Dulos' mother seeks all of Fotis' financial records

Fotis Dulos, charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in connection with his wife’s disappearance, exits Stamford Superior Court with his attorney Norm Pattis, left,on Aug. 9.

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Fotis Dulos, charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in connection with his wife's disappearance, appears in Stamford Superior Court with his attorney Norm Pattis, left, Friday, August 9, 2018, in Stamford, Conn.

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7 of 215 Buy Photo Fotis Dulos is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020. Christian Abraham/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

8 of 215 Buy Photo Fotis Dulos is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020. Christian Abraham/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

10 of 215 Buy Photo Michelle Troconis is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020. Christian Abraham/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

11 of 215 Buy Photo Michelle Troconis is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020. Christian Abraham/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

13 of 215 Connecticut State Police officers lead Fotis Dulos, center, into a car outside the State Police barracks Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in Bridgeport, Conn., after he was arrested at his home in Farmington. He faces charges he murdered his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos, who went missing in May 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Ehrmann) Chris Ehrmann/Associated Press Show More Show Less

14 of 215 Connecticut State Police officers lead Fotis Dulos, center, from the State Police barracks to a waiting car Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in Bridgeport, Conn., after he was arrested at his home in Farmington. He faces charges he murdered his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos, who went missing in May 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Ehrmann) Chris Ehrmann/Associated Press Show More Show Less

Fotis Dulos being escorted out of Troop G in Bridgeport after being charged charged in Jennifer Dulos' murder Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020.

Fotis Dulos being escorted out of Troop G in Bridgeport after being charged charged in Jennifer Dulos' murder Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020.

Charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, a handcuffed Fotis Dulos arrives by state police cruiser to State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. on Tuesday, January 07, 2020.

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Charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, a handcuffed Fotis Dulos arrives by state police cruiser to State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. on Tuesday, January 07, 2020.

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State Police carry a bag into State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. following the arrest of Fotis Dulos on murder charges on Tuesday, January 07, 2020.

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The state police cruiser carrying Fotis Dulos arrives at the State Police Troop G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

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On January 7, 2020, detectives from the Western District Major Crime Squad arrested two individuals by warrant in connection with the disappearance. Both were taken into custody safely and without incident. Fotis Dulos of Farmington, DOB 08/06/1967, is charged with Capitol Murder, Murder, and Kidnapping.

Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

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Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

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Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, arrives at State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

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Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

South Windsor attorney Kent Douglas Mawhinney has been accused of violating a protective order involving his estranged wife by using his former client, Fotis Dulos, to contact her.

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Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Fotis Dulos is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020.

Christian Abraham / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

Fotis Dulos is escorted to an awating police vehicle after being arrested and processed at State Police Troop G Headquarters in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020.

Christian Abraham / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

52 of 215 Charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, a handcuffed Fotis Dulos arrives by state police cruiser to State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. on Tuesday, January 07, 2020. Brian A. Pounds/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

53 of 215 State Police carry a bag into State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. following the arrest of Fotis Dulos on murder charges on Tuesday, January 07, 2020. Brian A. Pounds/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

55 of 215 Charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, a handcuffed Fotis Dulos arrives by state police cruiser to State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. on Tuesday, January 07, 2020. Brian A. Pounds/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

56 of 215 The state police cruiser carrying Fotis Dulos arrives at the State Police Troop G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

58 of 215 Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

59 of 215 Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

61 of 215 Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, arrives at State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

62 of 215 Norm Pattis, attorney for Fotis Dulos, speaks to media gathered outside State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder Tuesday in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

64 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

65 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

67 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

68 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

70 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

71 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

73 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

74 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

76 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

77 of 215 Media and television news crews gathered outside State Police Troup G barracks in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 7, 2020. Three people, including Fotis Dulos, were arrested Tuesday. Dulos was arrested and charged with murder in the death of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

A timeline of the Jennifer Dulos disappearance

DULOS REPORTED MISSING
7:00 PM MAY 24, 2019
Two friends reported Jennifer Dulos missing to New Canaan police.

FOTIS RETURNS HOME
8:10 PM MAY 24, 2019
Security video footage obtained by investigators showed Fotis Dulos arriving at his Jefferson Crossing home and checking the mail.

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LOUD BANGS
5 AM MAY 25, 2019
Neighbors of a Sturbridge Hill Road residence in New Canaan being developed by Fotis Dulos' homebuilding company, the Fore Group, said they were woken up by the loud sounds of metal banging coming from the property the morning after Jennifer Dulos went missing.

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FOTIS' PHONE
2:47 PM MAY 25, 2019
New Canaan detectives seized Fotis Dulos' cellphone when they briefly met with him and his attorney in the police station lobby.

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

BEHIND BARS
JUNE 4, 2019
Fotis Dulos remained jailed at the Bridgeport Correctional Center unable to post $500,000 bond. Tronconis is out on bail with GPS monitoring.

Hannah Dellinger / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

LATE-NIGHT SEARCH

FREAK ACCIDENT
JUNE 6, 2019
It was revealed the family's nanny killed Fotis Dulos' mother in a car accident in the driveway of an Avon home where they were living in 2010. The 24-year-old nanny was not charged in the death of Kleopatra Dulos, 77.

Ethan Fry / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

MEETING WITH INVESTIGATORS
JUNE 6, 2019
Michelle Troconis met with state police investigators and State's Attorney Richard Colangelo for several hours at her lawyer's Westport office.

Erik Trautmann / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

MOM'S TROUBLE WITH LAW
JUNE 7, 2019
Fotis Dulos remained jailed at the Bridgeport Correctional Center unable to post $500,000 bond. Tronconis is out on bail with GPS monitoring.

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

INTO THE WOODS
JUNE 7, 2019
As investigators continued to focus their search efforts at Jefferson Crossing, drone footage showed Michelle Troconis leading authorities into the wooded area behind the home.

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less

NEW LAWYER
JUNE 8, 2019
High-profile attorney Norm Pattis, who represents Infowars host Alex Jones, is hired to defend Fotis Dulos. He replaced Eugene Riccio as a series of legal teams representing Dulos in his divorce and civil cases requested to be removed as his counsel.

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WHERE WAS MICHELLE?
JUNE 10, 2019
Fotis Dulos' new attorney Norm Pattis said on a Connecticut radio station that Michelle Troconis has an alibi and was not in New Canaan the morning Jennifer Dulos went missing. Troconis' attorney, Andrew Bowman, has not said where his client was that morning.

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FINDING JENNIFER
JUNE 10, 2019
The New Canaan Police Department launched a website dedicated to the Jennifer Dulos case. Police said they have received hundreds of tips and nearly 100 responses to their request for security video footage.

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SIFTING THROUGH TRASH
JUNE 10, 2019
The state police search-and-rescue K-9 unit has spent more than a week sifting through garbage at a Hartford dump in hopes of finding evidence in the Jennifer Dulos case. The police dogs are specifically trained to detect biological materials such as human blood and bodily fluids.

NOT GUILTY PLEAS
10 AM JUNE 11, 2019
Fotis Dulos and Michelle Troconis each pleaded not guilty to tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution charges.

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DNA AND BLOOD IN KITCHEN SINK
10:15 AM JUNE 11, 2019
In an effort to have bond increased, State's Attorney Richard Colangelo told a judge that Fotis Dulos' DNA was found mixed with his estranged wife's blood on the faucet of a kitchen sink in her New Canaan home. Judge John Blawie maintained the bond amount at $500,000.

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TAKING THE FIFTH
2 PM JUNE 11, 2019
Fotis Dulos used his Fifth Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination by refusing to testify in family court where Jennifer Dulos' mother, Gloria Farber, was seeking custody of the five children.

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RELEASED ON BOND
4 PM JUNE 11, 2019
After several hours of waiting for one of his attorneys to retrieve his passport at his Farmington home, Fotis Dulos paid $37,150 to be released from the Bridgeport Correctional Center where he had been lodged for 10 days since his arrest.

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BACK HOME
6 PM JUNE 11, 2019
Fotis Dulos returned to his Jefferson Crossing home after posting bail. Swarms of media are not allowed inside the private neighborhood, but reporters followed him to a grocery store and captured video of him jogging.

POND SEARCH
JUNE 12, 2019
The search for Jennifer Dulos turned to an Avon pond, where she claimed in divorce documents that her husband pushed their children to "dangerous" limits training to be competitive water skiers.

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MAN BEHIND THE WHEEL
JUNE 13, 2019
An attorney for a former employee of Fotis Dulos' company said his client has been ruled out as a suspect in the case. The attorney said police questioned his client because he was seen driving Fotis Dulos' black Ford Raptor in New Canaan the day Jennifer Dulos went missing.

SEARCHES SEALED
JUNE 18, 2019
A judge granted State's Attorney Richard Colangelo's request to seal all search warrants connected to the case for 90 days.

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DIRE SITUATION
JUNE 21, 2019
Family and friends of Jennifer Dulos released a statement, saying the situation is "dire" as the search approached the one-month mark. “Each passing day intensifies the impact of this tragedy on Jennifer’s children, who have not seen their mother — the guiding presence in their lives — in 28 days," the family statement said.

GONE GIRL
JUNE 22, 2019
Fotis Dulos' attorney Norm Pattis said Jennifer Dulos could have staged her own disappearance to frame her husband a la the 2012 novel, "Gone Girl."

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FIGHTING BACK
JUNE 24, 2019
One month after Jennifer Dulos vanished, Carrie Luft, a spokeswoman for her family, criticized Norm Pattis' "Gone Girl" theory. Luft said the family was concerned about the "attacks and ludicrous” theories Pattis has made about the disappearance.

CROSSING STATE LINES
JUNE 24, 2019
Fotis Dulos, who cannot leave Connecticut without a judge's approval, briefly went into New York when his attorneys claimed a driving app directed him around an accident. "It's no big deal," Norm Pattis said.

DUMP SEARCH 'WORTH IT'
JUNE 25, 2019
New Canaan police announced the three-week search of a Hartford trash facility has concluded. While authorities did not say whether anything was found, Brian Foley, the executive aide to James Rovella, who heads the state police, said the efforts were "worth it."

FOTIS ASKS TO SEE MICHELLE
JUNE 25, 2019
Attorney Norm Pattis filed a motion, requesting a judge to clarify the conditions of his client's release. Pattis claimed Michelle Troconis was overheard saying she still loved Fotis Dulos while she was gathering belongings at their Farmington home and his client wanted to reunite with her.

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MICHELLE TELLS FOTIS: DON'T CONTACT ME
JUNE 26, 2019
Michelle Troconis' attorney responded with a motion of his own, requesting a judge to ban Fotis Dulos and his attorneys from contacting his client. Attorney Andrew Bowman said Pattis' recent statements and motions have been “filed and made solely to serve the purposes and interests of Mr. Dulos at the expense of Michelle Troconis.”

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MICHELLE SEEKS VACATION
JUNE 26, 2019
Attorney Andrew Bowman filed a motion, requesting for his client to be allowed to leave the state from June 30 until July 17.

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FOTIS SPEAKS
JUNE 26, 2019
Following a divorce hearing, Fotis Dulos spoke publicly for the first time since his wife's disappearance. In a brief statement outside the Stamford courthouse, Dulos sent a message to his five children. “I just want to tell my children that they are constantly on my mind,” Fotis Dulos told reporters while standing next to his lawyers. “I love them and miss them very much.”

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JUDGE ORDERS DOCUMENT SEALED
JUNE 26, 2019
Family court Judge Donna Heller ordered a recent custody and psychological evaluation done on the Dulos family sealed. Attorney Norm Pattis claimed the document was needed in his client's defense.

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'REVENGE SUICIDE'
JUNE 26, 2019
During the divorce hearing, Norm Pattis offered a new theory: Jennifer Dulos could have orchestrated a "revenge suicide" to frame her husband.

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TRACONIS ON 'TIGHT LEASH'
JUNE 28, 2019
A judge granted Michelle Troconis' request to travel out of state from June 30 to July 17. State's Attorney Richard Colangelo requested that Troconis be on a "tight leash" and confined to the property where she is staying. The judge also upheld a previous order banning Fotis Dulos and Troconis from contacting each other.

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CALLING FOR A TIMEOUT
JUNE 28, 2019
Attorneys for Fotis Dulos filed a motion in family court, seeking to suspend the divorce proceedings because Jennifer Dulos was missing and cannot participate.

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MICHELLE BACK IN CT
JULY 1, 2019
After just one day in New York, Michelle Troconis returned to Connecticut due to a malfunction with her electronic monitoring device.

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SISTER'S SUPPORT
JULY 1, 2019
Rena Dulos, the older sister of Fotis Dulos, contacted local media organizations in support of her brother. In a phone interview from Greece, she said, "the truth is really far from what’s out there now.”

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FOTIS INTERVIEW
JULY 2, 2019
Fotis Dulos proclaimed his innocence in his first one-on-one interview. “I know what I’ve done, and I know what I haven’t done," Dulos told NBC New York. "So, I have to stand and fight and hope that the truth is going to come out.”

MORE CHARGES EXPECTED
JULY 3, 2019
New Canaan Police Chief Leon Krolikowski said he can "foresee additional charges" filed in the case. Krolikowski made the statement during a segment for CNN's Headline News, which aired a feature on the case on "True Crime Live."

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THEORY 'SICKENS' AUTHOR
JULY 5, 2019
In a statement, "Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn said Norm Pattis linking her 2012 novel to Jennifer Dulos' disappearance "absolutely sickens me."

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MORE SUPPORT FOR FOTIS
JULY 7, 2019
Nancy Mastrocosta, a leader of the Greek water skiing federation, said Fotis Dulos was seen as a "caring father" and mentor to his children while they were training and competing.

FOTIS A NO-SHOW
JULY 9, 2019
Attorneys representing Jennifer Dulos' mother, Gloria Farber, called for sanctions against Fotis Dulos after he failed to show up for a deposition in the 85-year-old's civil lawsuit that accuses him of failing to repay more than $2 million in loans.

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REQUEST DENIED
JULY 10, 2019
The New Canaan Police Department denied Hearst Connecticut Media's request for the video footage obtained in Hartford. Police Chief Leon Krolikowski cited a subsection of the state's Freedom of Information Act that lists several exemptions that allow some evidence to not be released to the public.

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'THERE IS AN EXPLANATION'
JULY 10, 2019
Norm Pattis said "there is an explanation" if the video footage shows Fotis Dulos dumping bloody garbage bags in Hartford. Pattis admitted it was "a very awkward set of facts," but said the defense could explain the situation at trial.

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HIGH-PROFILE INVESTIGATOR
JULY 16, 2019
Fotis Dulos' defense team hired Patrick McKenna, the high-profile private investigator who helped win acquittals on murder charges for Casey Anthony and O.J. Simpson.

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MEDICAL RECORDS SOUGHT
JULY 17, 2019
Norm Pattis filed a motion, seeking Jennifer Dulos' medical records. The defense attorney claimed the 50-year-old racked up $14,000 in medical bills in the months leading up to her disappearance.

'NOT A FIT PARENT'
JULY 17, 2019
In a response to Fotis Dulos objecting to his mother-in-law intervening in the divorce to take custody of the children, Gloria Farber's attorneys said the court has "more than ample evidence" that shows he is "not a fit parent."

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BACK IN COURT
10 AM JULY 18, 2019
Michelle Troconis appeared for a brief court hearing that lasted just 90 seconds. The time was mostly spent discussing her GPS monitoring device malfunctioning when she left the state on June 30. Her case was continued to Aug. 19.

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DEFENSE: 'DROP CHARGES'
JULY 24, 2019
Attorneys for Fotis Dulos filed a motion, requesting a judge to drop the tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution charges. The attorneys claimed the charges have "no basis in the evidence or law."

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DOCTOR EVALUATES FOTIS

Fotis Dulos has undergone two psychological evaluations since his wife filed for divorce in 2017 and has been deemed a “gregarious and confident person” with no psychopathic tendencies, according to the latest in a series of motions filed in the heated custody dispute.

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MICHELLE TROCONIS SURRENDERS TO POLICE

Michelle Troconis turned herself in Thursday afternoon on a new tampering with evidence charge in connection with Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance. Troconis surrendered to state police a the Troop G barracks in Bridgeport around 1:30 p.m. and was released just before 3 p.m. after posting $100,000 bond.

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FOTIS SAYS JENNIFER IS ALIVE ON TV

Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos and chief suspect in her disappearance, believes she is still alive. In a preview of the interview with NBC’s Dateline, Dulos provided little explanation behind that belief.

FOTIS CLAIMS JENNIFER HAD PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS

Fotis Dulos told a Greek media outlet last week that his estranged wife suffered for years with “serious psychological problems.”

“I'm sorry to say it, but Jennifer was suffering from serious psychological problems that I didn't immediately understand and didn't want to go into further,” Fotis Dulos told the publication. “I put it aside because I was in love with her and focused on other things that make our lives beautiful.”

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PATTIS FILES GAG ORDER APPEAL WITH SUPREME COURT

Attorney Norm Pattis has filed his formal appeal with the state Supreme Court asking for a hearing on whether the gag order imposed on the criminal case against Fotis Dulos should be overturned.

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MICHELLE TROCONIS SPLITS FROM FOTIS

Michelle Troconis has moved her belongings out of the Farmington home she shared with Fotis Dulos.

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FOTIS TAKES FARMINGTON HOME OFF MARKET

fter more than eight years on the market, Fotis Dulos’ home is no longer for sale. The move comes a week after his mother-in-law, Gloria Farber, filed to foreclose on the home, which was listed for sale at $4.35 million.

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BILL COSBY'S FORMER LAWYER TO TESTIFY

A high-profile New York attorney who represented fallen comedian Bill Cosby will testify in the $2.5 million civil lawsuits filed against Fotis Dulos.

Attorney John P. Schmitt, best known for defending Cosby in sexual assault lawsuits, was an executor of Hilliard Farber’s estate. Schmitt is expected to provide information on the financial transactions that occurred between Farber and his son-in-law, according to court documents

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JENNIFER'S MOTHER SUES FOTIS

The lawsuits filed by Gloria Farber claim Fotis Dulos owes the family $2.5 million in loans to his high-end real estate company, Fore Group.

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SECOND FORECLOSURE

Danbury Savings Bank foreclosed on Fotis Dulos' New Canaan property at 61 Sturbridge Hill Road that Fotis Dulos was developing when his estranged wife went missing on May 24.

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FOTIS CHALLENGES MOTHER-IN-LAW'S GUARDIANSHIP

Fotis Dulos’ attorney filed a motion to dismiss his client’s divorce and appeal the children’s grandmother being awarded guardianship.

FOTIS TO BE CHARGED WITH MURDER

State Police took Fotis Dulos into custody and he was expected to be charged with murder. A source said he was taken to Bridgeport where he would be charged in the murder of his missing wife Jennifer Dulos as well as conspiracy to commit murder.

HARTFORD &mdash The attorney representing Gloria Farber in civil lawsuits filed against Fotis Dulos is asking a judge to order her son-in-law to turn over all his business and personal financial records since 2017 for inspection.

Attorney Richard Weinstein contends that Fotis Dulos claims he has no contracts lined up for his real estate business, the Fore Group has no apparent source of income and hasn&rsquot paid &ldquoa dime&rdquo in child support in the two years that he and his wife Jennifer Farber Dulos have been separated.

Fotis Dulos is represented by two civil attorneys, a divorce attorney, a criminal attorney and a private investigator and is in default for two mortgages on his Farmington home, Weinstein said.

Yet, Fotis Dulos has refused to allow a forensic examination of his accounts and is now seeking custody of his five children who have been staying with Farber since their mother disappeared on May 24, according to court documents filed by Weinstein.

&ldquoEven though the defendant has never paid a dime in child support in more than two years, he now seeks custody of his children, but has not revealed how he can support the children,&rdquo Weinstein said in the motion seeking the financial examination filed Tuesday.

Fotis Dulos and Jennifer Farber Dulos were in the midst of a contentious two-year divorce and he was being sued by the estate of her father Hilliard Farber when his estranged wife disappeared from her New Canaan home. Fotis Dulos and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have been charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in his wife&rsquos disappearance.

A judge ruled Tuesday that Troconis should testify in the civil lawsuits &mdash a move that her defense attorney was hoping to block.

Weinstein, who is representing Farber in the civil lawsuits seeking $2.5 million for unpaid loans made to the Fore Group, has become increasingly pointed in court papers requesting financial records in the cases.

In one filing, Weinstein stated that Fotis Dulos was using his Fore Group accounts as his personal &ldquopiggy bank,&rdquo reimbursing himself for hundreds of thousands of &ldquobusiness&rdquo expenses such as bills for retailers and motels. In response to the filings, Fotis Dulos turned over limited financial information last week during a deposition at Weinstein&rsquos office, including a 2016 tax return that was not filed until September 2017 that acknowledged $1.7 million in loans he owed to the Farber family, Weinstein said in a motion filed Tuesday.

&ldquoWhile this amount is substantially less than the amount calculated by the Farber estate, it obviously undermines the baseless claim made by Fotis Dulos that he owes nothing to the Farber estate,&rdquo Weinstein said.

Weinstein also revealed in court papers filed last week that Fotis Dulos doesn&rsquot know where the money for his criminal defense attorney and private investigator is coming from other than it is being supplied by someone in Greece, where he has ties and family.

As the search for Jennifer Farber Dulos has entered its fourth month, legal proceedings in the civil lawsuits and the divorce have heated up with Fotis Dulos&rsquo divorce attorney also filing requests related to the couple&rsquos five children.

Fotis Dulos was barred from contact with the children, ages 13 to 8, by the judge overseeing his criminal case. Before that, he had limited supervised contact with the children as part of the divorce proceedings.

Farber sought and obtained intervener status in the divorce so she could seek permanent custody of the children. She was granted temporary custody of the siblings by a probate court shortly after their mother went missing.

Fotis Dulos now wants the court to appoint an attorney for his two older sons, 13-year-old twins, in custody maters and is seeking to see all medical and school records for the children, attorney Rich Rochlin, who is representing Fotis Dulos in the divorce, said in court filings late last week.

His criminal defense attorney Norm Pattis filed an emergency order asking the court to require Stamford State&rsquos Attorney Richard Colangelo to turn over all evidence in the evidence-tampering case. Pattis contended in the filing that police are trying to find an accomplice and still interviewing his client&rsquos employees in an attempt to charge him with the disappearance of his wife.

Police said that around the time Jennifer Dulos was reported missing, video surveillance in Hartford showed two people resembling Fotis Dulos and Troconis making more than 30 stops in a 4-mile stretch, according to arrest warrants.

The man who appeared to be Fotis Dulos was also seen dumping bags that were later determined to contain his wife&rsquos blood and clothing, according to arrest warrants.

Fotis Dulos is next scheduled to appear in Stamford criminal court on Sept. 13.


Reader Interactions

Dr. Harper, thanks for doing this podcast. I’m curious how you respond to the accounts of both William Smith and Oliver Cowdery who both specifically mention that Rev. Lane gave a sermon that motivated JS to ask which church he should join. William is even so specific as to mention that the sermon was “what church shall I join?”, wherein he recommends that his audience use James 1:5 as a method to decide. The problem is that if these accounts are to be believed, then JS more than likely did not hear this sermon until the latter part of 1824 at the earliest, which entirely upsets the narrative of the First Vision as I’m sure you will recognize.

When a historian tells you up front that he is going to be objective – that he is about to tell you he truth – I agree one should approach his work with skepticism. So it goes for Grant Palmer, and so it goes for Nephi (1 Nephi 1:3).

When a historian goes even further – in my mind and appeals to an exclusive supernatural epistemology (e.g. a “very Mormon epistemology”) I grow even more skeptical. I wonder whether he can offer anything more than faith-preserving possibilities where more probable reconstructions are warranted.

And when the same historian also admits he is more interested in “the subjectivity of history than the objectivity of it” … well, I simply don’t know what to make of that. Honestly.

I see no evidential grounds for Professor Harper claiming that Joseph was “probably” referring to two separate divine beings in the 1832 account [1]

Read the whole text. “Lord” refers to the “crucifyed” Jesus. Any alternative interpretation pushes beyond a plain reading of the text and merely a forced harmonization. Talk about presuppositions. I guess this is were the “Mormon epistemology” kicks in. Seems to permit the manufacture multiple attestation.

“therefore I cried unto the Lord for mercy for there was none else to whom I could go and obtain mercy and the Lord heard my cry in the wilderness and while in attitude of calling upon the Lord a piller of light above the brightness of the sun at noon day come down from above and rested upon me and I was filled with the spirit of god and the [Lord] opened the heavens upon me and I saw the Lord and he spake unto me saying Joseph thy sins are forgiven thee. go thy walk in my statutes and keep my commandments behold I am the Lord of glory I was crucifyed for the world that all those who believe on my name may have Eternal life

“Whereof one cannot [handle to historical facts reasonably], thereof one must be silent.”


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Technical and Outcome Markers

Two recently proposed chin-elevation measurements described on healthy volunteers might be practical as objective technical markers to quantify airway maneuver extent. For head extension, the 42° angle generated by maximum extension of the head and for jaw thrust, the maximal mandibular advancement of approximately 20 mm in front of the maxilla. 119,120 The “airway maneuver first, seal second” sequence allows the objective assessment of the airway maneuver before the seal is applied. Inability to generate a two-hand maximal airway maneuver is an early warning that the face-mask ventilation attempt may fail, and an oropharyngeal or nasopharyngeal airway may be inserted before the seal is applied.

Traditional face-mask ventilation subjective outcome markers relate to sight (chest expansion, cyclical condensation on the dome), sound (chest auscultation), and touch (bag compliance). 121 Subjective ventilation outcome markers were the hallmark of the spontaneously breathing anesthetized patient monitoring during the artisanal and progressive era. 2,3 Relying solely on subjective markers, however, may encourage complacency as a suboptimal face-mask ventilation technique can generate a short-lived acceptable subjective outcome with unnoticeable slowly progressive deterioration leading to critical hypoxia.

Only objective outcome markers can correctly assess ventilation and gauge short- and long-term viability of the technique. The 2013 ASA Practice Guidelines for Management of Difficult Airway recommended objective markers of inadequate ventilation (e.g., decreasing or absent oxygen saturation, absent or inadequate exhaled carbon dioxide, and absent or inadequate spirometric measurements of exhaled gas flow). 122 In the second half of the modern era, anesthesia providers embraced oxygen saturation with the continuous, audible signal. However, oxygen desaturation during an ineffective face-mask ventilation attempt can be delayed by preoxygenation or masked by rapid endotracheal intubation or insertion of a supraglottic device, giving the practitioner false reassurance. Oxygen desaturation is an inadequate outcome marker and herald failure of face-mask ventilation attempt.

In 2014, the Japanese Society of Anesthesiology recommended the use of three distinct capnogram waveforms as a reliable diagnostic tool for assessing the efficiency of ventilation during anesthesia: with plateau present (expected tidal volume range greater than 5ml/kg), only rapid upswing without plateau (2 to 5 ml/kg) and lack of waveform, meaning apnea or dead space ventilation. 123 In 2016, Lim and Nielsen proposed a scale for mask ventilation based on the best capnography tracing achieved with an optimal first attempt: Grade A – plateau present, Grade B – no plateau, with end-tidal carbon dioxide (ETCO2) greater than10 mm Hg, Grade C – no plateau with ETCO2 less than 10 mm Hg and Grade D – no ETCO2. First two reflect effective and adequate and the last two inadequate and absent ventilation 124 (fig. 4). Sufficient oxygenation can occur with low tidal volumes when using a fraction of inspired oxygen (FIO2) of 1.0. Joffe considers that tidal volumes of 4 ml/kg of predicted body weight (with 150 ml the average anatomical adult dead space) provides adequate oxygenation and may protect from gastric insufflation. 125 Implementing objective markers in the face-mask ventilation routine and switching the focus from deoxygenation (late sign) to ventilation (real time) would challenge the practitioner to critically reevaluate his/her technique and improve documentation of mask ventilation.


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