“Oxygen is the commonest drug that we give to our patients today during surgery and the general anaesthetic” but what do we really know and understand about it from a perioperative perspective?

This talk illustrates why, even with some of the evidence and background physiology that we have at our fingertips today, the following questions are still perplexing: How much is too little oxygen? How much is too much oxygen? And how much is just the right amount of oxygen?

Presented by Daniel Martin, OBE, Professor of Perioperative and Intensive Care Medicine, University of Plymouth and the Royal Free Hospital, London.