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Meet the TopMedTalk team for ASER 2018

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Release Date: 03/15/2018

TopMedTalk | Gezz Van Zwanenberg, Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck. show art TopMedTalk | Gezz Van Zwanenberg, Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck.

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What insights does a history of working in military healthcare bring? How do we cut back on readmissions to hospital after time spent in the intensive care unit? How serious an issue is 'burn out' within healthcare? How did standardisation help when designing an award winning patient transfer bag? What's the best way to transfer a patient from ward to ward or from institution to institution? How do we handle data during this period? What do we think about remote supervision and monitoring? Could a dedicated transfer team be useful? Could a new anaesthesia drug be on the way for the NHS soon?...

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TopMedTalk | Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck. show art TopMedTalk | Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck.

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Recorded live at the Association of Anaesthetists' Winter Scientific Meeting 2020 in the centre of London from The Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Hear the conversation and questions asked by our online audience. In our online world is there still a place for a paper based journal? What are the big stories and hot topics of 2020 going to be? What about hyperoxia? How does what we do effect the environment? What are the latest thoughts about 'depth of anaesthesia'? The podcast mentioned in this piece is here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/anes19-timothy-short-and-kate-leslie/ This link takes you to the...

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TopMedTalk | The SQUEEZE Study show art TopMedTalk | The SQUEEZE Study

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This piece is a discussion regarding the SQUEEZE Study: A prospective multi-centre international observational study of postoperative vasopressor use. The website mentioned in this piece is here: Our conversation with Konstantin Balonov is here: Presented by Desiree Chappell with Monty Mythen and their guest Ben Creagh-Brown, Clinical Academic Intensivist, Director of Research and Development, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Co-Chief Investigator of the "Squeeze Study".

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Periop Coach 5.03 | Assessing the risk of delirium show art Periop Coach 5.03 | Assessing the risk of delirium

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What can practitioners do to preoperatively screen for signs that their patients may have issues with post operative delirium? How do we get patients fit for surgery, particularly as regards delirium? Can you build up mental resilience in the run up to an operation, do suggestions that puzzles and mental activity such as sudoku and a good crossword help have any evidence behind them? This piece features Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell in conversation with Dan Cole, professor of clinical anesthesiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles and former...

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EBPOM 2019 | Prehabilitation and Perioperative Care, panel discussion show art EBPOM 2019 | Prehabilitation and Perioperative Care, panel discussion

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This panel discussion reacts to various questions from the online audience and those in attendance. Questions include; Is there any good evidence for the use of wearable tech in prehabilitation? How come, if the evidence is almost there, prehabilitation is not yet included in every pathway? In this respect, is change just around the corner? How do we have patients are partners rather than passive participants? What are the benefits of prehabilitation which can be seen in two weeks? How does one go about setting up a streamlined preoperative service? What would be the most important outcome for...

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EBPOM 2019 | EBPOM Prehab trials; PREPARE-ABC show art EBPOM 2019 | EBPOM Prehab trials; PREPARE-ABC

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This piece focuses on the "SupPoRtive Exercise Programmes for Accelerating REcovery after major ABdominal Cancer surgery" (PREPARE-ABC) trial. How do we establish the effectiveness of pre and post exercise plans? Do they really form a sensible part of a "value based care" package? This concise presentation gives you a clear idea of the aims and structure of the trial. Prepare ABC tweet here: Their website is here: Presented by James Hernon, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Chair of the Anglia Cancer Colorectal Network, CO-CI for...

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TopMedTalks to... | Dru Riddle show art TopMedTalks to... | Dru Riddle

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"Evidence ... is only as useful as the end user is willing to put it into practice". This piece begins with a discussion about translational research, the way in which individual studies are looked at and combined into more accessible guidelines. How do you become an 'informed consumer' of information and evidence? Also, what is the latest thinking as regards "pharmacogenomics"? Is it true to say that "within the next ten years we're not going to see healthcare delivered ... without genetic information underpinning it"? How do genetics and research in that area come into play as regards...

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Periop SIG18 | Management of anti-thrombotics: Fast-track warfarin reversal show art Periop SIG18 | Management of anti-thrombotics: Fast-track warfarin reversal

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This piece gives you information that will empower you when using Warfarin in the perioperative period. How should you sensibly balance bleeding and thrombotic risk? Anti-coagulants are increasing in number, what are the principles behind them which we should learn? An understanding of patient, procedure and type of drug being used is essential, are there other factors that can come into play? Here is a link to the slides used in this talk: Presented by Kate Burbury, Associate Professor, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

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 EBPOM Highlight | Perioperative nutrition show art EBPOM Highlight | Perioperative nutrition

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"Perioperative nutrition" - originally streamed live from The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) in London during EBPOM 2018 on Hear this excellent talk, for free, on this podcast. If you'd like to attend an event like this ensure your next click is here: If you have any comments or questions you'd like to send to the team email: Presented by Paul Wischmeyer, Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University.

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TopMedTalk | Avoiding the hypotension hazard show art TopMedTalk | Avoiding the hypotension hazard

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The Hypotension Prediction Index (HPI) Monitor takes 2.6 million features from a single waveform which it then applies to 150 million different wave forms looking for factors which can predict hypotension. It's the first fully approved foray into predictive analyitics for the world of anaesthesia. This conversation looks at how it works and how it is being adopted in detail. Presented by Desiree Chappell with Monty Mythen and Feras Hatib Phd, Director, Research and Development, Algorithms and Signal Processing at Edwards Lifesciences and Dr Simon Davies, Consultant Anaesthetist at York...

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Monty Mythen, Joff Lacey and Mike Grocott chat with Desiree Chappell about the plan for the TopMedTalk team at ASER 2018.

Joff Lacey will be out and about with his roving mic getting on the spot interviews with attendees, gathering late breaking news as it happens.

Mike Grocott will be doing Journal Club, a deep dive into some of thre big papers of the last 12 months or so.

And finally, Desiree Chappell, will be returning to her popular Round Table Blog podcasts; bringing people from diverse backgrounds to the conversation so they can explain how they apply the perioperative process to their work.