Category: Anaesthesia

Vasoconstrictors: A Routine Part of Anaesthesia?

The Australian Society of AnaesthetistsWatch #AAICJournal Editors Session at the #ASA_NSC2018: Dr Allan M Cyna – Vasoconstrictors: A Routine Part of Anaesthesia? When Less is More! https://youtu.be/bHjFxZG1oKc Automated post from GasnetJanuary 31, 2018 at 05:08AM

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Sounds like my sort of day!

JAMA Internal Medicine NOT GOOD: You give 1 mg of Ativan to an obese vasculopath with OSA for claustrophobia during an MRI and he arrests. What went wrong? Podcast: http://ja.ma/2BnV8zg Article: http://ja.ma/2Bn4NGh #SleepApnea #SleepHealth From Cedar-Sinai Hospital’s Joshua M. Pevnick, MD and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s Jason R Farrer, MD More info @ …

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ARDS treatment algorithm

JAMA The cornerstone of #ARDS management is mechanical ventilation with a goal to minimize ventilator-induced lung injury, which triggers a systemic inflammatory response leading to multi-organ failure and death. For a full ARDS treatment algorithm, go to http://ja.ma/2F1qIol. From University of Toronto investigators. February 25, 2018 at 06:31AM

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