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Release Date: 02/15/2020
This piece gives you clear practical suggestions which you might want to include in your practice and institution. How do we improve the physiological reserve of patients? Is there a way to do enhanced recovery with an extra edge? Specifically, how do we reduce pulmonary complications? What is 'surgery school'? How does 'icough' fit into this? How can practitioners and admin staff help to reduce anxiety as surgery comes closer? Visit the I COUGH UK website here: Make sure you check out the surgery school on the ERAS+ website here: Presented by Dr Daniel Conway, consultant in anaesthesia and...info_outline EBPOM London 2020 | Prehabilitation Update
This year was always expected to be a big one for prehabilitation, the advent of a global pandemic has only increased the importance of this exciting field of medicine. Various questions from EBPOM 2020 attendees were tackled by the panel: Can you use "Timed Up and Go" (TUG) and The Duke Activity Status Index (DASI) to screen out unnecessary cardio-pulminary exercise testing (CPET)? What exactly is prehabilitation and what's its natural scope? How important is nutrition? Is it possible to standardise these areas more? What areas are being significantly worked on in prehabilitation medicine in...info_outline Sunday Special | Part 2 of TRIPOM USA
Trainees with an interest in perioperative medicine (TRIPOM) is an ever growing organisation set to continue the global push for perioperative care. This high energy podcast gives you a taste of the enthusiasm people pick up as they learn more about the value of these ideas. Moving more obviously into the perioperative period this piece continues on from last week's talk regarding mitochondrial health where 'healthy ageing' was the focus. The panel now draw the conversation into areas such as nutrition, the impact of frailty on outcomes regarding surgery and patient assessment. How does this...info_outline EBPOM Chicago 2020 | Managing OR Capacity In a Post #COVID19 World
How do we manage our operating room capacity and restore elective surgery in a post-COVID19 world? A world where conditions change week by week, sometimes day by day. Managing capacity was always a challenge but now we need to think differently in order to stay resilient and agile. How has COVID19 changed the landscape now? What are the tools that exist to handle it? What are the systems and best practice guidelines that are helping institutions cope? How do we look at supply and demand within the constraints of what's available to us? Finally the possibility of a "second wave" is...info_outline TopMedTalk | The heart of the debate
What are the hot topics in the cardiac world at the moment? This piece tackles; the need for gender balance when composing panels and building a successful event; the need to do what we know and do it well; how quality improvement benefits from simplicity; the need to keep younger practitioners involved and finally the need for a fuller engagement with the multidisciplinary aspect of cardiac care. Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with Sol Aronson, tenured Professor at Duke University and Executive Vice Chairman in the Department of Anesthesiology and Michael Eaton, Professor and...info_outline TopMedTalk | Innovators in Anesthesia
This piece tells the story of two different innovators in the field of an anesthesia. The first is, The Pediatric Device for Induction of Anesthesia (PeDIA), a mask-free anesthesia delivery system designed for kids. The second is the Error Recovery and Mitigation Aide (ERMA), a reworking of the traditional needle box whereby a clear reservoir is inserted between the re-entry proof top and opaque terminal disposal portion, allowing practitioners to have visualization of all the syringes and vials used during the course of a procedure. At the end of a single procedure, a trap door in the bottom...info_outline TopMedTalk | The AI Doctor will see you now
This piece features a short informative presentation from our Editor in Chief Monty Mythen regarding Artificial Intelligence and the HPI Monitor developed by Edwards Life Sciences. It is followed by question and answer session faciliated by both our online presence, studio audience and invited guests. The "Perioperative Quality Initiative consensus statement on the physiology of arterial blood pressure control in perioperative medicine" piece mentioned is here: Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with, Feras Hatib, Phd, Director, Research and Development, Algorithms and Signal...info_outline TopMedTalk | Education, anaesthesia and you.
Discussion begins with thoughts about University College London (UCL)'s Masters Course in Perioperative Medicine, moving further to the various ways in which people can learn more about the specialty The wider conversation reaches out into the field of anaesthesia and the constant shortage of practitioners that there is in the UK and more widely around the world. Also, if you're intrigued, here's the link to the free 4 week course discussed in this podcast: Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with their guests David Walker, Professor in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine,...info_outline EBPOM Highlight | PQIP Pain: from individual case to systems management
"PQIP Pain: from individual case to systems management" - originally streamed live from The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) in London during EBPOM 2018 on If you're looking for the talk mentioned here featuring Paul Wishmeyer it is here: If you have any comments or questions you'd like to send to the team email: Presented by Dr Natasha Curran, consultant in anaesthesia and pain management University College London Hospital (UCLH) and Medical Director at the Health Innovations Network, South London. -- EBPOM | Dingle - the hottest tickets in anaesthesia and perioperative...info_outline Sunday Special | Part 1 of TRIPOM USA
Trainees with an interest in perioperative medicine (TRIPOM) is an ever growing organisation set to continue the global push for perioperative care. This high energy podcast gives you a taste of the enthusiasm people pick up as they learn more about the value of these ideas. The focus here is on promoting healthy aging across two primary domains: cognitive function and physical ability. Discover how multiple features of aging—including physical and cognitive decline—are strongly associated with the bioenergetic profiles of circulating cells. Could the ability to diagnose mitochondrial...info_outline
The Perioperative Quality Initiative (POQI) have featured frequently on TopMedTalk, here we discuss their focus on hypotension and blood pressure.
Perioperative Quality Initiative consensus statement on the physiology of arterial blood pressure control in perioperative medicine:
Perioperative Quality Initiative consensus statement on preoperative blood pressure, risk and outcomes for elective surgery
Perioperative Quality Initiative consensus statement on intraoperative blood pressure, risk and outcomes for elective surgery
Perioperative Quality Initiative consensus statement on postoperative blood pressure, risk and outcomes for elective surgery
Presented by Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell with Joff Lacey, registrar in anaesthesia at St George’s Hospital in London, currently undertaking a fellowship in Perioperative Medicine at UCLH as well as being a regular presenter on TopMedTalk and Tim Miller, Associate Professor of Anaesthesiology from Duke University Medical Centre.