Desiree Chappell, Monty Mythen, Tim Miller and Stefan Holubar discuss some of the big issues at ASER 2018. The team discuss whether or not we’re at the point of mass adoption for enhanced surgical recovery? Where next with post operative opitate prescriptions? And finally what to expect this year from ASER 2018.
Podcast 13: Monty Mythen, Mike Grocott and Joff Lacey are joined by special guest Dr Dan Martin OBE (Consultant in Intensive Care and Everest summiteer) to discuss the Xtreme Everest research studies into human adaptation to hypoxia. Meet Prof Grocott and team members at EBPOM USA 2018: https://www.ebpom.org/EBPOM-USA2-2018 Watch the latest documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecCJ8sMVeiU&t=183s
Podcast 14: Monty Mythen, Mike Grocott and Joff Lacey are joined by Prof Paul Myles (The Alfred, Melbourne) to gather an update on the details and progress of the massive RELIEF trial.
https://www.ebpom.org/Regional-EBPOM-2018-Exeter In this short clip from a longer interview at ASA 2017 in Boston USA Dr Fay Gilder explains to Monty Mythen what providers could do now with regards to managing frail patients having surgery. For full interview click here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/articles/live-from-boston-asa-2017-perioperative-delirium Join us at EBPOM Regional 2018, Exeter, 23 February 2018 https://www.ebpom.org/Regional-EBPOM-2018-Exeter
Dr Sol Aronson, Professor of Anesthesia Duke University Medical Centre, USA on modifiable risk factors. Recorded live at the Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) London Congress 2017. Meet Dr Aronson at the EBPOM USA Perioperative Care Masters Course in Atlanta April 13th to 15th 2018. Dr Aronson and a world renowned faculty will share “a how to…
Podcast 7: Monty Mythen and Mike Grocott are joined by Dr Dan Sessler (Cleveland Clinic) and Dr Tim Miller (Duke University Medical Centre) to discuss the exciting results from the first multicentre, randomised controlled trial into targeted intraoperative blood pressure management.
Podcast one: Live from Boston, the birthplace of anaesthesia, Monty Mythen, Mike Grocott and Joff Lacey discuss the evolution of the specialty and the advent of perioperative medicine.