In this episode, episode 46, I welcome back Dr. Mike Hofkamp to discuss obstetric pharmacology and fetal assessment.
In this episode, episode 45, I welcome Dr. Charlie Brown to the show. Dr. Brown is one of our cardiac anesthesiologists with a research interest in postop delirium. We discuss risk factors, consequences, prevention and treatment of postop delirium.
In this episode, episode 44, I welcome Dr. Megan Kostibas to the show. Dr. Kostibas is trained in cardiac anesthesia and critical care medicine and is an assistant professor here at Hopkins. She is also the associate program director for the cardiac anesthesia fellowship. We discuss the basics of how to prepare, induce and manage difference cardiac pathology as well as how to go on and off cardiopulmonary bypass.
In this episode, episode 43, I welcome Dr. Mike Hofkamp to the show. Dr. Hofkamp is Director of OB Anesthesia at Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinical Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. We discuss the changes to women’s physiology when they become pregnant and the implications of those changes for anesthetic management.
In this episode, episode 42, I discuss Post-op Nausea and Vomiting (PONV). I discuss risk factors, complications, treatment and prevention and side effects.
In this episode, episode 41, I review local anesthetics including the mechanism of action, commonly used agents, pharmacodynamics and kinetics, toxicity and treatment, and common blocks.
In this episode, episode 40, I go over the basics of Vent modes and settings in the operating room and how they differ from the ICU. I also discuss a few common special cases and how to adjust the vent to deal with them.
In this episode, episode 39, I interview Dr. Steve Frank, Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins, Medical Director of Blood Management for Johns Hopkins Health System and Chief of Adult Anesthesiology about anesthesia for liver transplants.
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In this episode, episode 37, I go over crises that can happen in the OR, when to suspect them, and what to do about them. I draw from two excellent sets of OR crisis checklists that are available for free. The Stanford Anesthesia Cognitive Aid Group’s lists and the Ariadne Labs/Brigham/Harvard School of Public Health lists.
The Stanford checklists can be downloaded for free here: http://emergencymanual.stanford.edu
The Harvard checklists can be downloaded for free here: http://www.projectcheck.org/crisis-checklist-download.html