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Comprehensive Review of Anesthesiology

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Learn from the Experts: Advances in Anesthesiology

Directed by Jeffrey S. Berger, MD, and Eric R. Heinz, MD, the Comprehensive Review of Anesthesiology highlights core concepts of conducting anesthesia and stresses the implementation of perioperative best practices to facilitate enhanced recovery after surgery. This CME course includes case-based lectures covering a broad range of topics like preoperative assessment and evaluation, cardiac anesthesia, the opioid crisis, robotic anesthesia, ERAS, physician impairment, and. It will help you to better:

  • Recognize scientific principles that guide basic anesthetic management
  • Formulate a thoughtful anesthetic plan for a variety of subspecialties
  • Compare the techniques and technology available at your facility with best practices
  • Plan for incorporation of new knowledge into routine practice

* Reviewed for Re-Release: April 30, 2023

* Date of Original Release: March 15, 2020

* Date Expire: March 15, 2023

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you shoule be able to:

  • Recognize scientific principles that guide basic anesthetic management
  • Devise a thoughtful anesthetic plan for a variety of subspecialties
  • Appraise the techniques and technology available at your facility for comparison to best practices
  • Plan for incorporation of new knowledge into routine practice

COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF ANESTHESIOLOGY

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THE ESSENTIALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE TOPICS

1. Pharmacology – Gases – Adam W. Baca, MD

2. Pharmacology – Drugs – Adam W. Baca, MD

3. Physiology – Cardiopulmonary – Marc J. Popovich, MD, FCCM

4. Neurologic System: Physiology – Raymond Pla, MD

5. Physiology – Renal – Raymond A. Pla, MD

6. Breathing Systems and Their Use in the Operating Room – William Whitehead, MD, PhD

7. Operating Room Safety – S. Lynn Knox, MD, FASA

8. Patient Monitors in Anesthesiology – Eric R. Heinz, MD, PhD

1. Preoperative Assessment and Evaluation – Gurwinder K. Gill, MD

2. Anesthetic Planning – Eric R. Heinz, MD, PhD

3. General Anesthesia and Management – Connor McNamara, MD, MS

4. Neuraxial Anesthesia – Eric R. Heinz, MD, PhD

5. Acute Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesia – Emily Garmon, MD

6. Emergence and Postoperative Care – Jarrett Heard, MD, MBA

7. Complications – Part 1 – Nilda Salaman, MD

8. Complications – Part 2 – Nilda Salaman, MD

1. Chronic Pain Medicine – Palak Turakhia, MD, MPH

2. Cardiac Anesthesia – Part 1 – K. Gage Parr, MD, FASA

3. Cardiac Anesthesia – Part 2 – K. Gage Parr, MD, FASA

4. Thoracic Anesthesia – Geetha Shanmugam, MD

5. Critical Care Medicine – ARDS, Sepsis, Shock, and Vasopressors – Donald S. Prough, MD, FASA, FCCP, FAHA

6. Critical Care Medicine – VAD, IABP, and ECMO – Donald S. Prough, MD, FASA, FCCP, FAHA

7. Topics in Neuroanesthesia – Stefanie R. Fischer, MD

8. Obstetric Anesthesia – Michael Hofkamp, MD

9. Pediatric Anesthesia – Carroll Labron Chambers, Jr., MD, MBA, FASA

10. Abdominal Organ Transplantation for the Anesthesiologist – Shaun Yockelson, MD

11. Trauma and Burn Anesthesia – Gurwinder K. Gill, MD

12. Vascular Anesthesia – Adrienne B. Warrick, MD

1. Physician Impairment – Diana Zentko, MD

2. Multimodal Analgesia in the time of an Epidemic – Palak Turakhia, MD, MPH

3. Non-Operating Room Anesthesia – Mitchell H. Tsai, MD, MMM, FASA, FAACD

4. Cardiac Anesthesia – Jacob Martin, MD

5. New Peripheral Nerve Blocks – Emily Garmon, MD

6. Fetal Surgery – Michelle S. Burnette, MD

7. Perioperative Management of Older Adults – Marc J. Popovich, MD, FCCM

8. Practice Management – Jarrett Heard, MD, MBA

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