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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+.
 
The SEE podcast is a companion to the American Society of Anesthesiologists' SEE program. Stay current with new developments in the specialty with SEE. Apply knowledge learned from this program to enhance your practice and its future. SEE content is aggregated from more than 40 international medical journals to streamline your learning process and save you time. Clinically relevant topics range from perioperative medicine to patient safety to various anesthetic techniques and more.
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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 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…
 
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…
 
In the February 2018 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Cliff Shelton interviews BJA Education Editor and Consultant Anaesthetist Alan MacFarlane from Glasgow Royal Infirmary about his paper 'Regional Anaesthesia and Outcomes'. The discussion focuses on the theoretical benefits of regional anaesthetic techniques, how these translate into clinica…
 
In the January 2018 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Cliff Shelton interviews Senior Specialty Trainee in Anaesthesia Luke Bishop from Leeds General Infirmary about his paper 'Adult Congenital Heart Disease and Pregnancy'. The discussion includes the indications for cesarean section, the strategy for establishing appropriate about analgesia, a…
 
In the December 2017 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Dr Anjum Ahmed-Nusrath, consultant anaesthetist at Royal Derby Hospital, discusses her paper on anaesthesia for head and neck cancer surgery. In this podcast topics of discussion include pre-operative assessment and optimisation, management of difficult airways, and the considerations invol…
 
In the November 2017 edition of the BJA Educationpodcast, Cliff Shelton interviews Papari Deka, locum consultant anaesthetist at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. She discusses her paper on paediatric anaesthesia in low resource settings, describes a case from her own practice, and provides an overview of the implications of being a visitinganaestheti…
 
Senior trainee Dr Karen Pearson and consultant anaesthetist Dr Barry McGuire from Ninewells hospital in Dundee discuss their article 'Anaesthesia for Laryngo-Tracheal Surgery, Including Tubeless Field',published in the July 2017 edition of BJA Education. Topics include how to safely manage this patient group and further discussion around useful tec…
 
Senior Trainee Dr Victoria McCormack and consultant intensivist Dr Serena Tolhurst-Cleaver from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust join us to discuss their article 'Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome', published in the May 2017 edition of BJA Education. Topics for discussion include the importance of diagnosing ARDS with the revised definition, pa…
 
In the March 2017 edition of the BJA Education podcast, Dr Jeremy Campbell from Queen Charlotte's Hospital in London discusses his article 'The future of general anaesthesia in obstetrics'. Topics include the prevention of accidental awareness under general anaesthesia, the debate around induction agents and muscle relaxants in obstetric practice, …
 
Dr Ben Gibbison, Consultant in Cardiac Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in Bristol, discusses his article 'Mitral Valve and Mitral Valve Disease', published in the January 2017 edition of BJA Education. Dr Gibbison gives an overview of the consequences of both the stenotic and regurgitant mitral valve lesions, helps us understand the haemodynamic goa…
 
Dr Paul Diprose, Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist in Southampton joins us to discuss his article 'Perioperative Management of patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices' in the November 2016 edition of BJA Education. Topics include device types and common problems, clarity to the magnet controversy, a pragmatic approach to the emergency pa…
 
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