In this 101st episode I welcome back Dr. Stephen Freiberg to the show to discuss how to successfully come off bypass when doing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass.
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4 thoughts on “Episode 101: Coming off Bypass with Stephen Freiberg”
great episode ..very insigfhtful
I’m dr Muminov from Tashkent, than you for all, l’d like tell about episode 34, what about combitube in case when we can’t vent. and intub.
Any kind of supraglottic airway is an option in a cannot intubate, cannot ventilate situation. We use LMAs and not combitubes but I certainly think using what you have is reasonable.
Currently a CA-1 rotating through cardiac for the first time. Awesome episode!!!!!! Much appreciated.