This is the second of two episodes about opioid medications. In this episode I cover the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of opioids, some of the common uses for these medications, mixed agonist-antagonist compounds, opioid antagonists, and opioid interaction with other medications.
Slides to go along with this episode are here: Opioids part 2
This is the first of a 2 part series on opioid medications. In this first episode I will talk about how opioids are categorized and their effects on the different body systems. In the next episode I will discuss their pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics as well as their various uses and some details on mixed agonist/antagonists.
Slides to go along with this episode are here: Opioids part 1
PLEASE NOTE: Around minute 12 I say that auditory evoked potentials are the most sensitive to anesthetics. This is incorrect. I should have said visual evoked potentials. Thanks to Howard Zee for catching that!
In this episode I welcome Dr. David Mintz, one of our neuroanesthesiologists here at Johns Hopkins, fellow Brown University Alum, and generally all around great guy, to the show to talk about air embolism, what it is, how it happens and how to manage it. A big thanks to Dave for taking the time to prepare this information and for being the first ever guest on ACCRAC.
Outline by Brian Park: Outline