Episode 159: Postpartum hemorrhage with Juanita Henao

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Episode 159: Postpartum hemorrhage with Juanita Henao
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In this 159th episode I welcome Dr. Juanita Henao to the show to discuss prevention and management of postpartum hemorrhage.

One CORRECTION: At about minute 4:30 Dr. Henao states that in women with PPH the mortality rate is 10% but what she meant to say is that PPH accounts for 10% of maternal deaths in the United States.

CME: https://earnc.me/n2JrEJ

References:

Thorneloe, J.C.A. Carvalho, K. Downey,M. Balki. Uterotonic drug usage in Canada: a snapshot of the practice in obstetric units of university-affiliated hospitals. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2019 Feb;37:45-51.

Hian Yan Voon , Haris Njoo Suharjono , Asrul Akmal Shafie , Mohamad Adam Bujang Carbetocin versus oxytocin for the prevention of postpartum hemorrhage: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials in cesarean deliveries. Taiwan J Obstet Gynecol. 2018 Jun;57(3):332-339.

WOMAN trial collaborators. Effect of early tranexamic acid administration on mortality, hysterectomy, and other morbidities in women with post-partum haemorrhage (WOMAN): an international, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Lancet. 2017 May 27;389(10084):2105-2116.

Main EKGoffman DScavone BMLow LKBingham DFontaine PLGorlin JBLagrew DCLevy BSNational Partnership for Maternal SafetyCouncil on Patient Safety in Women’s Health Care.National Partnership for Maternal Safety: Consensus Bundle on Obstetric Hemorrhage. Obstet Gynecol. 2015 Jul;126(1):155-62.

Duffield A1McKenzie CCarvalho BRamachandran BYin VEl-Sayed YYRiley ETButwick AJ. Effect of a High-Rate Versus a Low-Rate Oxytocin Infusion for Maintaining Uterine Contractility During Elective Cesarean Delivery: A Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial. Anesth Analg. 2017 Mar;124(3):857-862

David H. Chestnut, Cynthia A Wong, Lawrence C Tsen, Warwick D Ngan Kee, Yaakov Beilin, Jill Mhyre. Chestnut’s Obstetric Anesthesia: Principles and Practice. Fifth edition. Chapter 38, Anterpartum and Postpartum, Hemorrhage. 

Episode 158: Keywords part 8-hepatic disease for the advanced exam and PACU for the basic exam with Gillian Isaac

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Episode 158: Keywords part 8-hepatic disease for the advanced exam and PACU for the basic exam with Gillian Isaac
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In this 158th episode we return with another keywords episode with Dr. Gillian Isaac. We discuss hepatic disease for the advanced exam and PACU care for the basic exam.

CME: https://earnc.me/rEmBIA

Show Notes by Dr. Brian Park

Random recs:

Cloud Atlas: https://www.amazon.com/Cloud-Atlas-Novel-Liam-Callanan/dp/0385336950

Wolf Hall: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=wolf+hall+by+hilary+mantel&i=stripbooks&crid=2F978D2O2UCW&sprefix=wolf+hall%2Cstripbooks%2C135&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_9

Bottle of Lies: https://www.amazon.com/Bottle-Lies-Inside-Story-Generic-ebook/dp/B07JG49BQW/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=bottle+of+lies&qid=1581089047&s=books&sr=1-1

Thanks to Brian Robinson for pointing out: reversal of  rocuronium with Sugammadex can occasionally cause severe bronchospasm, especially in higher doses, and this was one of the reasons its release was delayed in the U.S.

Although most sugammadex hypersensitivity reactions cause mild symptoms such as sneezing, nausea, rash, and urticaria, there is a small but finite risk of anaphylaxis with potentially life-threatening symptoms such as airway edema, bronchospasm, and cardiovascular collapse.
www.apsf.org › article › sugammadex-the-anaphylactic-risk

Episode 154: EEG monitoring with Dr. Emery Brown

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Episode 154: EEG monitoring with Dr. Emery Brown
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In this 154th episode I welcome Dr. Emery Brown to the show to discuss how we monitor the depth of anesthesia. We discuss the drawbacks to BIS and why Dr. Brown thinks the EEG itself is the best way to go.

CME: https://earnc.me/fbGYsk

References:

EEG reading tutorials: https://eegforanesthesia.iars.org/

Purdon et al: The Ageing Brain: Age-dependent changes in the electroencephalogram during propofol and sevoflurane general anaesthesia

Brown et al: General Anesthesia and Altered States of Arousal: A Systems Neuroscience Analysis. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 2011.

Brown et al: General Anesthesia, Sleep, and Coma. NEJM. 2010.

Brown et al: Multimodal General Anesthesia: Theory and Practice. A&A 2018.

Purdon et al: Clinical Electroencephalography for Anesthesiologists. Part I: Background and Basic Signatures. Anesthesiology 2015.

Dental Anesthesia info:

Contacts:

Thomas Whitmer: thomas.whitmer.tw@gmail.com

Mana saraghi: msaraghi@gmail.com

References:

https://www.ada.org/en/ncrdscb/dental-specialties/specialty-definitions

http://www.ada.org/~/media/CODA/Files/anes.ashx

American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists website: https://www.asdahq.org

Virtual tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ1Mo65ah4w&feature=youtu.be



Episode 152: Keywords Part 7: MH and Hepatic Disease for the Basic Exam

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Episode 152: Keywords Part 7: MH and Hepatic Disease for the Basic Exam
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In this 152nd episode I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac back for another 2 ABA keywords. We discuss malignant hyperthermia and the portion of hepatic disease that is covered by the Basic Exam. We’ll do the portion covered by the Advanced Exam on the next keywords episode.

CME: https://earnc.me/NU3JPS

Malignant Hyperthermia Website: www.mhaus.org

Great review website where Dr. Isaac gets her questions: http://www.anesthesiahub.com

Atlantic Article: https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2012/03/what-do-fact-checkers-and-anesthesiologists-have-in-common/253838/#note

Episode 150: Keywords Part 6: Supraclavicular, Axillary and Benzos

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Episode 150: Keywords Part 6: Supraclavicular, Axillary and Benzos
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In this 150th episode I welcome back Dr. Gillian Isaac to do another round of ABA keywords. We discuss 2 additional upper extremity blocks (supraclavicular and axillary) and then benzodiazepines.

CME: https://earnc.me/4aBzu8

Episode 149: Transitioning: From Intern to CA-1 year and Beyond

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Episode 149: Transitioning: From Intern to CA-1 year and Beyond
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In this 149th episode I discuss common challenges to the transition from intern year to CA1 year including some of why it’s difficult, the mistakes commonly made, the causes of those mistakes and some suggested solutions. Although I focus on the intern to CA1 transition, much of this applies to any major transition in life.

CME: https://earnc.me/YHvb9n

Episode 139: Keywords Part 5: Succinylcholine and Interscalene Block

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Episode 139: Keywords Part 5: Succinylcholine and Interscalene Block
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In this 139th episode I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac back to the show to discuss another 2 ABA keywords, succinylcholine and interscalene brachial plexus block.

CME: https://earnc.me/WBEa4s

Episode 132: Key Words Part 3: Spinals and Etomidate

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Episode 132: Key Words Part 3: Spinals and Etomidate
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In this 132nd episode I welcome back Dr. Gillian Isaac to do more ABA keyword review. We review Spinals for the Basic Exam and Etomidate.

CME: https://earnc.me/bT3wiQ

Episode 127: Upper Extremity Blocks with Drs. Segna and Rayaz

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Episode 127: Upper Extremity Blocks with Drs. Segna and Rayaz
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In this 127th episode I welcome Drs. Segna and Rayaz to the show to discuss upper extremity nerve blocks. We discuss how they’re done, what they’re done for, and some high yield board style questions that may come up based on them.

CME: https://earnc.me/enjJHh

References:

Hadzic, Admir. Hadzic’s textbook of regional anesthesia and acute pain management. McGraw Hill Professional, 2017.

Hall, Brian A., and Robert C. Chantigian. Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Review E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014.

Horlocker, Terese T., Erik Vandermeuelen, Sandra L. Kopp, Wiebke Gogarten, Lisa R. Leffert, and Honorio T. Benzon. “Regional anesthesia in the patient receiving antithrombotic or thrombolytic therapy: American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Evidence-Based Guidelines.” Regional anesthesia and pain medicine43, no. 3 (2018): 263-309.

Interscalene:

Supraclavicular:

Infraclavicular:

Axillary:

https://www.nysora.com/techniques/upper-extremity/

Episode 126: Key Words with Gillian Isaac Part 2: Ketamine and Laryngospasm

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Episode 126: Key Words with Gillian Isaac Part 2: Ketamine and Laryngospasm
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In this 126th episode I welcome back Dr. Gillian Isaac to discuss 2 more ABA key words: Ketamine and Laryngospasm.

CME: https://earnc.me/GbYGLA