In this episode, episode 87, I welcome Dr. Tom Metkus to the show. Dr. Metkus is a cardiologist and intensivist and we discuss the etiology, presentation, management and outcomes of acute aortic dissections.
In this episode, episode 85, I welcome back Dr. Tina Tran and we discuss how to be successful as a medical student on an anesthesia clerkship, how to be a successful teacher if you are a resident teaching medical students, and how to create a great medical student rotation if you are a clerkship director.
In this episode, episode 84, I welcome back Dr. Alyson Russo to discuss anesthesia for spine surgery.
In this episode, episode 83, I welcome Dr. Jared Miller to the show. Dr. Miller is finishing his electrophysiology fellowship and we discuss the preoperative management of pacemakers and AICDs.
Outline by Brian Park: AICD Outline
In this episode, episode 82, I welcome Dr. Deb Schwengel back to the show to discuss pediatric obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). We discuss the prevalence, diagnosis and preoperative management.
Outline by Brian Park: Peds OSA Outline
In this episode, episode 81, I welcome Dr. Alyson Russo to the show to discuss how to prepare for and conduct anesthesia for craniotomy surgery.
In this episode, episode 80, I welcome Dr. Jonathan Curley to the show. Jonathan is an anesthesia resident and a veteran of an elite pararescue unit in the United States Air Force. We talk about some of the lessons that Jonathan learned from his time in the military and from some of the brave soldiers whom he knew who died in service to their country.
In this episode, episode 79, I welcome Dr. Dheeraj Goswami to the show to discuss pediatric cardiothoracic anesthesiology. We discuss the training required to do these cases, the most common cases and concerns, and how it differs from other forms of anesthesia.
In this episode, episode 78, I do something a little different as I review the fantastically interesting book, “The Obesity Code: Unlocking the secrets of weight loss”, by Dr. Jason Fung. Full disclosure, there’s no real relationship to anesthesia and critical care, just some really interesting insights into the obesity epidemic and what can be done about it.