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The official podcast channel for Anesthesiology News, the most widely read publication for the specialty. Anesthesiology News Presents offers three distinct series focused on examining anesthesiology from every angle possible through interviews with the very people who make the specialty so special. “On the Case” is a behind-the-scenes look into the popular case reports published in the news magazine. We’ll be discussing what it was like to experience those clinical situations with the autho ...
 
News and items of interest to Anaesthetists worldwide. This show is part of the Gasnet group of online information communities which include the Gasnet email discussion list, one of the oldest Anaesthetic discussion groups in existence, and the Gasnet community on Google+.
 
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Show Notes: In this episode of “On the Case,” Steve Garber, MD, discusses his case report on a 39-year-old woman (gravida 5, para 4), at 36 weeks’ gestation, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia after presenting to the emergency department with shortness of breath, cough and myalgias three days after her COVID-19 diagnosis. Dr. Garber in an an…
 
In this month’s podcast Riaz Aziz talks to Dr Michael Charlesworth about advances in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI). They talk about the changing landscape in the patient selection for TAVI and the evidence driving this. They also explore the investigations modalities available in the diagnosis and risk stratification of these patie…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Karen Sibert, MD, joins us to discuss the future of anesthesiology and the evolving role of anesthesiologists in modern health care. She also explains her reason for giving up on Twitter as a way of communicating her ideas and opinions about the specialty. “Ask the Experts” is a conversation podcast…
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” J. Eric Greensmith, MD, PhD, joins us to discuss his case report about the history of chloroprocaine and the benefits of using it in ambulatory surgery today. Greensmith is an associate professor of anesthesia and critical care in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Penn State Health Milt…
 
In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Amy Pearson, MD, joins us to discuss her leadership role in Women in Anesthesiology, which is an organization that focuses on the professional and personal development of women anesthesiologists as well as promoting a culture of inclusivity and diversity. “Ask the Experts” is a conversation podcast series from …
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” Carl (Yuan-Feng) Lo, MD, joins us to discuss his case report about using lung point-of-care ultrasound to diagnose and treat transfusion-associated circulatory overload in a toddler with upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Lo is a clinical assistant professor of anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology and C…
 
In the March 2021 BJA Education podcast, Pooja Shah speaks to Dr Carroll and Dr Young about intraoperative cell salvage. We talk about what intraoperative cell salvage is and who it can benefit, including populations previously thought to be ineligible for it. Importantly, we also discuss the logistics around cell salvage including how the anaesthe…
 
In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” William Rosenblatt, MD, joins us to discuss the “Airway on Demand” video series and answer a few questions about some unique airway management moments he has caught on camera. Rosenblatt is a professor of anesthesiology at Yale New Haven Hospital and the Yale School of Medicine, in Connecticut. He is the presid…
 
In this month’s Podcast Riaz Aziz talks to Professor Badminton, Dr Schulenburg-Brand and Dr Wilson-Baig about Acute Hepatic Porphyria (AHP). They talk about the epidemiology of AHP and the peri-operative management of such patients. We learn about the excellent National Acute Porphyria Service (NAPS) which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” Richard Kim, MD, MSc, joins us to discuss his case report about a patient who experienced hemolacria, or blood in tears. Kim is a regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine fellow at Stanford University School of Medicine, in California. “On the Case” is an interview-driven podcast series, in which we take a b…
 
Introducing two new podcast series from the same team that brought you “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist.” These new shows, called “On the Case” and “Ask the Experts,” will be premiering next week. “On the Case” is a behind-the-scenes look into the popular case reports published in the news magazine. We’ll be discussing what it was like to…
 
Riaz Aziz talks to Drs Okonkwo and Fernandez and Ms Cochrane from Great Ormond street Hospital for children about the management of a tracheotomy in a child. We talk about the pre anaesthetic assessment for patients with a current tracheostomy or those that may have had one in the past. We explore what to do in an emergency and discuss the EXIST pr…
 
Riaz Aziz talks to Professor Gareth Auckland from Queen Marys university about his November 2020 article ‘Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers’ We talk about their use in the perioperative setting, the current evidence and cardiac dysfunction post operatively.By BJA Education
 
This story started with a number—a shortage of 139,000 physicians—and for anesthesiology that could mean a shortage of between 17,000 and 42,000 physician anesthesiologists. Throughout this season, it became clear that the exact number of physicians wasn’t the real story. All of the elements affecting the specialty, from changing practice models to…
 
The Etherist is a podcast about major topics and trends: stats and analysis of a looming shortage, the effects of business mergers on the delivery of anesthesia care, determining the optimal practice model for the future, and the many other issues facing the specialty now and in the future. But hidden behind all of these trends are the people who m…
 
Anesthesiology is a specialty experiencing unique changes. On the one hand, there is debate over practice models and supervision rules. On the other hand, there is rapid consolidation of anesthesia practices across the United States.These two issues are in addition to the potential crisis of a physician anesthesiologist shortage in the coming years…
 
“Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist” is back. In Season 2, we dive into the future of the specialty of anesthesiology and the looming physician shortage that could threaten the field as we know it. We start by looking into a recent report from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and its projections of health care–wide physici…
 
In this article, Pooja Shah speaks to Dr Amol Deshpande about cannabinoids in pain medicine. Cannabinoids in pain medicine is a controversial topic; this article examines the pharmacology of the endocannabinoid system, the research and evidence behind using cannabinoids in disease management particularly chronic pain management and a brief overview…
 
Season 2 of Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist is almost here! In this brand-new season, we explore the truth and myths behind a looming physician anesthesiologist shortage, based on reports from the Association of American Medical Colleges. Those projections show a potential shortage of nearly 139,000 physicians in the United States, with a…
 
In July's BJA Education Podcast, Anthony Wynn-Hebden talks with Dr Daria Moaveni about her essential notes piece, 'Management of intrathecal catheters in the obstetric patient'. Dr Moaveni describes the insertion of intrathecal catheters, discusses the safety aspects of their use, and gives step by step guidance on how to use them to provide both a…
 
In the June 2020 BJA Education podcast, Pooja Shah speaks to Dr Carlos Delgado, Dr Laurence Ring and Dr Mary Mushambi about General Anaesthesia in Obstetrics. In this issue, we discuss the OAA/DAS guidelines, how to approach general anaesthesia in the obstetric patient as well as how to mitigate the difficult airway of the obstetric patient. We als…
 
In this episode of the BJA Education ‘Hot Topics’ series, Pooja Shah talks to Dr Giampaolo Martinelli; a proponent of Lung Ultrasound (LUS), about the utilisation, diagnostic capabilities and prognostication of the patient with Covid-19 using this modality of imaging. Dr Martinelli outlines the method of performing LUS and the identifiable hallmark…
 
In this BJA Education podcast, Pooja Shah discusses the worldwide trends in substance use among anaesthetists with authors Dr Garrett Burnett and Dr Ethan Bryson. We discuss the likely reasons for anaesthetists developing substance use disorders, the signs and symptoms of these disorders as well as an understanding of what a treatment programme ent…
 
Second in the series of BJA Education's 'Hot topics' Podcasts, Anthony Wynn-Hebden talks with Professor Tim Cook about the rapidly produced airway management guidance for patients suspected to have COVID-19, and the key principles that minimise the risk to both staff and patients when undertaking any aerosol generating procedures.…
 
In the March 2020 BJA Education Podcast, Anthony Wynn-Hebden talks with Dr Joel Swindin and Dr Caz Sampson about the paper, 'Airway pressure release ventilation'. Dr Swindin and Dr Sampson discuss the use of this mode of ventilation from initiation to weaning, and its place in the treatment of the patient with severe acute respiratory failure.…
 
In the February 2020 BJA Education Podcast, Riaz Aziz talks with Dr Elmar Delhaas from Rotterdam Medical Centre about his article "Diagnosis and management of complications associated with intrathecal drug delivery systems". Dr Delhaas talks about the different devices on the market , key complications and how to troubleshoot a problematic device.…
 
In the December 2019 BJA Education Podcast, Anthony Wynn-Hebden talks with Professor William Fawcett from Royal Surrey County Hospital about his paper for Essential Notes, 'Suxamethonium or rocuronium for rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia'. Professor Fawcett talks us through the changes in practice that he has seen throughout his career when …
 
In the October 2019 BJA Education Podcast, Cliff Shelton discusses the October 2019 edition of BJA Education with BJA Education's new podcast / social media editors, Riaz Aziz, Pooja Shah and Anthony Wynn Hebden. Topics for discussion include preoperative anaphylaxis, spinal anaesthesia for ambulatory surgery, PONV in children, national clinical au…
 
In the July 2019 edition of the BJA Education Podcast, Cliff Shelton talks to Jason Walker from Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board about his paper 'Hypothesis tests'. In this podcast, Dr Walker explains how types of data relate to statistical tests, describes the meaning of p-values, and discusses the increasing importance of Bayesian statistics in evide…
 
In the May 2019 edition of the BJA Education Podcast, Cliff Shelton talks to David Chambers from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Nick Wisely from Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust about their paper 'Cardiopulmonary exercise testing - a beginner's guide to the nine panel plot'. The discussion follows a systematic approach to CPEX int…
 
The crisis of drug shortages, largely misrepresented by debates about a need for better policy, is fundamentally about the patient–provider relationship. This ongoing crisis continues to put providers in the uncomfortable position of whether to inform a patient of the problem.In addition to that predicament, companies and organizations continue to …
 
From the shortages of quinine during the U.S. Civil War to the sudden lack of saline bags in the wake of Hurricane Maria, the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry has continued to struggle with health care demands. Those resulting shortages have led to unique and complicated situations across the country throughout modern medical history. But one …
 
Despite the focus on drug shortages, the nationwide decline in available saline bags was one of the most daunting shortages in recent years. It started in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which devastated many islands in the Caribbean in September 2017, including Puerto Rico, where nearly all of the U.S. supply of saline bags was manufactured.That…
 
In the early months of 2018, a shortage of hyperbaric bupivacaine swept across the country affecting providers and their normal ability to care for their patients. The world of anesthesiology was rattled, but through the efforts of several leaders in the field, the drug shortage didn’t become a debilitating crisis. This is the first episode of “Ane…
 
This is the final teaser for Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist, the new podcast series that tells the story of ongoing anesthesia and analgesia drug shortages affecting patients and providers across the country. The first episode of The Etherist comes out next week.By James Prudden, Michael DePeau-Wilson, W. Harry Fortuna, Meaghan Lee Callaghan
 
This is the first teaser for the new series from Anesthesiology News. The Etherist tells the story of the ongoing anesthesia and analgesia drug shortages that have been affecting anesthesiology across the United States. The series examines the causes and major effects of the shortages, as well as the numerous proposed strategies to solve this probl…
 
In this edition of the BJA Education Podcast, Cliff Shelton talks to Nottingham intensivists Dan Harvey and Dale Gardiner about their paper on 'MORAL Balance' decision making in critical care. This approach, a practical adaptation of Beauchamp and Childress' four principles of medical ethics, provides clinicians with a tool with which to make ethic…
 
In the February 2019 podcast, BJA Education editor-in-chief Jonathan Thompson discusses recent developments in the journal, including our mission statement, the introduction of defined learning objectives for our CPD reviews, and the development of the new 'Essential Notes' format. Jonathan describes the first of the Essential Notes papers which is…
 
In the October 2018 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Cliff Shelton talks to Dr Amit Pawa about his paper 'Abdominal wall blocks for intra-abdominal surgery.' This podcast focuses on the latest developments in the transversus abdominis plane (TAP) and quadratus lumborum blocks, and includes a review of the relevant anatomy, a description of the…
 
Dr Wayne Morriss, Consultant Anaesthestist in Christchurch, New Zealand, Director of Programs for the WFSA and co-founder of the ‘Essential Pain Management Course’, discusses his article ‘Pain Management in Low- and Middle-Income Countries’, published in the September 2018 edition of BJA Education. Dr Morriss helps us navigate this broad subject th…
 
In the August 2018 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Benj Marriage interviews Senior Trainee and fellow of the International Journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia Dr. Yavor Metodiev from Leicester Royal Infirmary about his paper 'Amniotic Fluid Embolism’. The discussion focuses on recent updates in this area, the presentation and clinical management…
 
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