Professor Monty Mythen and the TopMedTalk team have just arrived in Southern California to join Desiree Chappell for the American College of Perioperative Medicine’s Interdisciplinary Conference on Orthopedic Value-Based Care (visit here: https://www.transcend.health). TopMedTalk partners with The Round Table (visit here: http://www.enhancedrecoveryblog.org) to deliver quality guest interviews and discussions between researchers and practicioners of perioperative…
Should you have to lose weight before you get a new knee. A short sampler from Desiree’s round table discussion with TopMedTalk.
Live from Boston ASA 2017 – Physiological Principles of Goal Directed Fluid Therapy – fluid responsiveness, the stressed system and the glycocalyx
Joff Lacey talks to Dr Randall Dull (University of Illinois) to pick apart the physiological principles of intraoperative fluid resuscitation and the need to rethink our approach.
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Dr Ramani Moonesinghe on: Standardised Outcomes from Major Surgery. Dr Joff Lacey and Professor Monty Mythen talk to Dr Ramani Moonesinghe, Director of the Heath Services Research Centre at the Royal College of Anaesthetists and a lead author of the Perioperative Quality Initiative (POQI http://www.poqi.org) guidelines on outcomes from surgery. Simple objective measures such as Drinking, Eating and…
ASER 2017 and the POET acronym – a truly multidisciplinary Perioperative Enhancement Team; responsible for project managing optimisation programmes. Monty Mythen speaks with Professor Sol Aronson, a tenured professor at Duke University and Executive Vice Chairman in the Department of Anesthesiology. This piece is taken from a longer conversation to be found here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/aser-ebpom-2017-recap-pod-three-live-from-london/ Join the debate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Desiree Chappell, CRNA from Louisville Kentucky and Board Member of ASER on Narcotics in Enhanced Surgical Recovery For more CME come to our meetings: http://www.ebpom.org/EBPOM-USA Check out this episode!
Dr Julie Thacker, President of ASER talking to TopMedTalk Radio live at ASER 2017, Washington DC, USA. Multidisciplinary teams and managing change – ‘it’s all about the patient’.
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…
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