Episode 231: Total Artificial Heart with Mike Essandoh

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Episode 231: Total Artificial Heart with Mike Essandoh
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In this 231st episode I welcome Dr. Mike Essandoh back to the show to discuss the Total Artificial Heart. We discuss what it is, how it works, how it is put in, who is a good candidate, and how to manage people with TAHs from an anesthetic perspective when they come in for non-cardiac surgery.

CME: Link

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References:

  1. Yaung J, Arabia FA, Nurok M. Perioperative care of the patient with the total artificial heart. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 2017;124(5):1412-1422.
  2. Copeland J, Langford S, Giampietro J, Arancio J, Arabia F. Total Artificial Heart Update. Surgical Technology International. 2021;39.
  3. Rangwala Z, Banks DA, Copeland JG. Pro: the total artificial heart: is it an appropriate replacement for existing biventricular assist devices? Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia. 2014;28(3):836-839
  4. Mizuguchi KA, Padera Jr RF, Kowalczyk A, Doran MN, Couper GS, Fox AA. Transesophageal echocardiography imaging of the total artificial heart. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 2013;117(4):780-784

Episode 230: AI in Healthcare with Greg Booth

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Episode 230: AI in Healthcare with Greg Booth
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In this 230th episode I welcome Dr. Greg Booth to the show to discuss how artificial intelligence can be used in healthcare, how it works, what the benefits are, and what the potential downsides are that we need to be aware of.

CME: Link

Dr. Booth is on twitter @GregBoothMD

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References:

Trustworthy AI book: https://trustworthyaibook.com/

– Machine learning to predict fascial dehiscence after exploratory laparotomy https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34455314/

– Natural language processing and it’s use in orthopedic research https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34755276/

– Machine learning to predict likelihood of prolonged opioid use after arthroscopic hip surgery https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34411683/

Episode 229: Keywords Part 19: Epidurals

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Episode 229: Keywords Part 19: Epidurals
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In this 229th episode I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac back to the show to discuss another ABA keyword. We discuss Epidurals for both the Basic and Advanced Exam.

CME: Link

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References: Barash Clinical Anesthesia 8th edition and Anesthesiahub.com

Episode 228: Liver Transplant Revisited with Nicole Rizkalla

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Episode 228: Liver Transplant Revisited with Nicole Rizkalla
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In this 228th episode I welcome Dr. Nicole Rizkalla to the show to discuss the details of liver transplant anesthesiology. We discuss patient selection and preparation, intraop and postop management, the training pathway to be a transplant anesthesiologist and what the future may hold.

CME: Link

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Episode 227: Hyperoxia and The VIXIE Trial with Christian Meyhoff

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Episode 227: Hyperoxia and The VIXIE Trial with Christian Meyhoff
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In this 227th episode I welcome Dr. Christian Meyhoff to the show from Denmark where he is one of the world leaders on hyperoxia research. We discuss his recent VIXIE Trial as well as his A&A article looking at the VISION study data retrospectively. We also discuss why the data on hyperoxia is so mixed and what future studies should examine.

CME: Link

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Episode 226: Keywords Part 18: Newborn Emergencies

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Episode 226: Keywords Part 18: Newborn Emergencies
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In this 226th episode I welcome back Dr. Gillian Isaac to do another ABA keyword episode. We cover all 9 of the newborn emergencies that are laid out in the ABA keywords.

CME: Link

References: Barash Clinical Anesthesia 8th edition and Anesthesiahub.com

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Episode 225: Artificial Intelligence in Anesthesiology with Maxime Cannesson

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Episode 225: Artificial Intelligence in Anesthesiology with Maxime Cannesson
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In this 225th episode I welcome Dr. Maxime Cannesson to the show to discuss his work developing AI systems for use in anesthesiology. We discuss what these systems can do, the evidence for their use, and whether they will replace human providers.

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CME: Link

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Episode 224: The MitraClip Procedure with Mike Essandoh and Joe Cody

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Episode 224: The MitraClip Procedure with Mike Essandoh and Joe Cody
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In this 224th episode I welcome back Drs. Essandoh and Cody to talk about the MitraClip procedure. We review the pathophysiology of mitral regurgitation and then talk about the indications for this endovascular procedure, how it’s done and what complications can arise.

Note: Dopesick is on Hulu, not HBO plus

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CME: Link

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Episode 223: The Glycocalyx with Marius Fassbinder

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Episode 223: The Glycocalyx with Marius Fassbinder
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In this 223rd episode I welcome Dr. Marius Fassbinder back to the show to discuss the glycocalyx. We discuss what it is, what roll it plays in fluid dynamics, and what we need to know about how it influences our fluid management.

CME: Link

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Episode 222: Aversive Racism with Drs. Chen and Lucero

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Episode 222: Aversive Racism with Drs. Chen and Lucero
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In this 222nd episode I welcome Drs. Catherine Chen and Jennifer Lucero to the show to discuss their NEJM article about aversive racism in academic medicine. We talk about what aversive racism is, what role it plays, and how we can try to work to counter its effects.

CME: Link

NEJM Ahttps://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp2112913

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