With questions from the online audience, this piece looks at the “not too much and not too litte” sweet spot regarding fuel, fluid and oxygen; where is it and how do we get there, according to our distinguished panel?
This podcast works well as a companion piece to the following talks which have already been released here on TopMedTalk:
Helen McKenna, “Fuel, can you have too much?” https://www.topmedtalk.com/ebpom-2020-london-fuel-can-you-have-too-much/
Tim Miller “Optimising fluid and hemodynamic management during major surgery” https://www.topmedtalk.com/ebpom-london-2020-optimizing-fluid-and-hemodynamic-management-during-major-surgery/
Dan Martin “Perioperative Oxygenation” https://www.topmedtalk.com/ebpom-london-2020-perioperative-oxygenation/
Presented by Mike Grocott and Dennie Levett with their panelists; Tim Miller, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology from Duke University Medical Centre, Helen McKenna, is in the final year of her PhD at University College London, investigating bioenergetic and redox function in critically ill patients and Dan Martin, OBE anaesthetist and intensivist at the Royal Free Hospital and Reader at University College London (UCL).