ASER/EBPOM 2017 Recap – Pod Three – LIVE from London

Discussion includes a recap of the last few podcasts. Desiree Chappell joins us to update the team on ‘the opioid crisis’; 50 overdoses in a twenty hour period reported in Kentucky? Can a perioperative multimodal approach to pain management help tackle it? How important is managing patient expectations as regards pain? Dr Ramani Moonesinghe, Director…

ASER/EBPOM 2017 – Pod Two – LIVE from Washington DC

[kc_row use_container=”yes” force=”no” column_align=”middle” video_mute=”no” _id=”150456″][kc_column width=”12/12″ video_mute=”no” _id=”623862″][kc_column_text _id=”63599″] [/kc_column_text][/kc_column][/kc_row] In this piece you will hear more discussion regarding the POQI papers, a growing concensus on goal directed fluid therapy and the move away from opioids. One of the big stories, The American College of Surgeons’s announcement that ERAS is to be rolled out…

ASER/EBPOM 2017 – Pod One – LIVE from Washington DC

ASER 2017 a “truly multidisciplinary conference” and “one of the best ones yet”; looking to continue to increase membership and push further education; taking on the challenge of applying new ideas on site; the challenge of reaching both surgeons and anaesthetists; tips for people trying to engage multidisciplinary teams and also overcoming concerns related to…