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Anaesthesia is the official journal of the Association of Anaesthetists and is international in scope and comprehensive in coverage. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of general and regional anaesthesia, intensive care and pain therapy, including research on equipment. Here you can find all our podcasts which go deeper into the issues raised by important papers on topics of relevance to all clinically practicing professionals.
 
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What better way to see in any new year than with a brand-new Anaesthesia Special Supplement! This year, it is all about the peri-operative and critical care management of the brain, which has been guest edited by Dr Jugdeep Dhesi and Professor Alana Flexman. Joining us also were journal Editors Professor Iain Moppett and Dr Matt Wiles. Topics inclu…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. The 6 functions are 1) Blood reservoir 2) Filtration 3) Heat regulation 4) Metabolic function and synthesis …
 
I chat with Dr Mandy Baric about her pivotal work in Mongolia and being Australia's only recipient of the Order of the Polar Star from Mongolia. The ASA supports a number of global health projects through our Overseas Development and Education Committee (ODEC). For more information: https://asa.org.au/overseas-development-and-education-committee-od…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. Drug Choice ⁃Describe toxicities that are specific to: ⁃1) Drug Class ⁃2) Individual Drug Drug Exposure Acro…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. This podcast is all about NORMAL VALUES: PvCO2 45mmHg CO2 content 52ml CO2/100ml blood MEASUREMENT: sampled …
 
A recent coroner’s report in the UK concluded that a healthy patient died as a result of unrecognised oesophageal intubation. This did not seem to be the result of misinterpretation of a flat end-tidal carbon dioxide trace, but an apparent omission to check the capnograph after intubation and to perform clinical checks of tracheal tube position. Th…
 
Come and have a sneak peak with Dr Michael Cooper into the workings of AIC, the scientific journal produced by the Australian Society of Anaesthetists. ASA member access to the journal: https://asa.org.au/anaesthesia-and-intensive-care/ https://journals.sagepub.com/home/aic Congratulations to the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 2020 prize winners: K…
 
I speak to George Yi, a first year anaesthesia registrar who learnt the hard way how to get onto the anaesthesia training program. A recording of the ASA webinar with interview expert Lynn Hemmings on how to "ACE the Interview" can be found here: https://asa.org.au/pmetresources/ You do need to be an ASA member to access the video. Membership is fr…
 
Congratulations on landing an anaesthetic job next year. Now what? I chat with Renton prize winner, Dr Kaylee Jordan and recent successful first part exam candidate, Dr Hamish Lanyon about how to approach this time and the Part 1 exam. Come to the ASA practice viva nights: https://asa.org.au/events/ ASA viva nights are only for ASA members and its …
 
Thanks for listening! In this episode Stan deep dives into the physiology of oliguria, with some great structures and mnemonics to really help learn this interesting but challenging topic! Here are some of the mentioned resources The Covid 19 intubation video! https://youtu.be/uqKnuVfZoOg The fantastic course by the Center for Medical Simulation ht…
 
Introducing new podcast music, Dr Andrew Miller as the President of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists and presenting a summary of some of the incredible work of the ASA over the last year. My reflections as the outgoing President of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists are in this Geoffrey Kaye Oration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdDAf…
 
Join us for a deep dive into BIS monitoring to prevent awareness under anaesthesia. How does it work, how does it convert EEG and EMG into a signal that we can read? AND does it actually work? Check out these resources https://litfl.com/bispectral-index-bis-monitoring/ https://www.cochrane.org/CD003843/ANAESTH_bispectral-index-bis-improving-intraop…
 
In this episode we talk about this very common phenomenon in anaesthesia, the difference between ETCO2 and PaCO2. Essentially this all comes down to patient and equipment factors. BUT the essential element that makes the largest difference is DEAD SPACE. we discuss the factors effecting it, and the Bohr equation that measures dead space. Please sup…
 
Thanks for covering the dreaded statistics objectives for the exam! The diagrams and info are from these articles. Aust Prescr 2003;26:111–3 Moving beyond sensitivity and speci!city: using likelihood ratios to help interpret diagnostic test and Critical Care 2004 8:508-512 Statistics review 13: Receiver operating characteristic curves Please suppor…
 
Great viva Dhir! Thanks for sharing your experience with others to help everyone improve their knowledge and technique. Check out these resources for more information: Guideline for the management of hip fractures 2020: AAGBI Anaesthesia 2021, 76, 225–237. R. Griffiths, S. Babu, P. Dixon, N. Freeman, D. Hurford, E. Kelleher, I. Moppett, D. Ray, O. …
 
Parachute (or ‘helicopter’) research is the practice of conducting primary research within a host country and subsequently publishing findings with inadequate recognition of local researchers, staff and/or supporting infrastructure. The aim is that these recommendations will be broadly applicable within academic publishing; of use to international …
 
In this episode we delve into gravitational effects on the lung including ventilation aspects, pO2, pCO2, VQ matching and its effects and Wests Zones. The diagrams are from Respiratory Physiology by John B West. Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in …
 
Great work Stephany! Muy Bien! Well done on answering the questions with good structures and content and all the best for this exam! Check out these resources for more information: BJA Education, 20(11): 388e395 (2020) Anaesthesia for the obese patient Please rate, post a review and subscribe! Check out https://anaesthesiacollective.com/ for more u…
 
Have you been offered an "uplift fee" in return for not charging an out-of-pocket fee? If so, here are some resources to help you answer this question. Spreadsheet link: https://asa.org.au/podcasts-for-asa-members/talking-money/episode-notes/ Video link: https://asa.org.au/talking-money-resources/ Continue the conversation on this ASA Forum thread:…
 
Now Stan and Lahiru love ultrasound guided anaesthesia techniques, whether it's regional anaesthesia, venous or arterial access or transthoracic echo. Becoming competent at these techniques is such a valuable skill to add to your quiver and will save you and and your patient time and time again. This podcasts focusses on the theory of ultrasound an…
 
Great viva Rao! Well done on answering the questions with good structures and content and all the best for this exam! Check out these resources for more information: CHADS2VAS2C https://www.mdcalc.com/cha2ds2-vasc-score-atrial-fibrillation-stroke-risk HASBLED https://www.mdcalc.com/has-bled-score-major-bleeding-risk Stroke article https://www.bjaed…
 
This episode is all about venous admixture for the part 1 exam. Check out more info at this great site. https://derangedphysiology.com/main/cicm-primary-exam/required-reading/respiratory-system/Chapter%20081/concepts-venous-admixture-and-shunt Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow…
 
In this episode, we are talking about Volatile gases in Anaesthesia. The information and detail provided here are for residents and junior registrars starting in their first few months of Anaesthesia. There is a lot more detail to know for the Primary Exam, but this will give you a good starting point to perform at your best when starting out. Reso…
 
In the UK, the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme was established by the Department of Health and Social Care as an initiative to investigate variation in healthcare delivery and patient outcomes between hospital Trusts in England. Variation between Trusts is unwarranted unless justified by patient case-mix, patient preference, equivocal…
 
Thanks Mason for a fantastic viva session! Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. If you enjoyed this content please like and subscribe Please post…
 
In this episode, we are talking about Local Anaesthetics in Anaesthesia. The information and detail provided here are for residents and junior registrars starting in their first few months of Anaesthesia. There is a lot more detail to know for the Primary Exam, but this will give you a good starting point to perform at your best when starting out. …
 
We are so privileged to interview Professor David Story. Professor David Story is foundation chair of Anaesthesia and Deputy Director of the Centre for Integrated Critical Care at the University of Melbourne. He is a part-time staff anaesthetist at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne where his clinical work is predominantly perioperative care for sick…
 
Thank you Bob for giving up your time for us! It was great to find out more about the history of anaesthesia and all your work with cardiopulmonary exercise testing. Please support us on our patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow, to help train anaesthetists in developing countries. Please rate, post a rev…
 
This episode, we are talking about Hypnotics/Sedatives/Amnestics in Anaesthesia. The information and detail provided here are for residents and junior registrars starting in their first few months of Anaesthesia. There is a lot more detail to know for the Primary Exam, but this will give you a good starting point to perform at your best when starti…
 
Well done Katherine on a great viva session with us. You present very well with great technique for answering questions, getting to the point, and thinking on your feet. All the best with your exam! Please support us on our patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow, to help train anaesthetists in developing c…
 
In this episode Dr Stan takes us through the ins and outs of oxygen saturation measurement with pulse oximetry and how it can fail. If you feel inclined., please support us on our patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow, to help train anaesthetists in developing countries. Please rate, post a review and sub…
 
Thanks for listening to this episode on Diffusion and perfusion limitation of gases. And if you feel inclined, please support us on our patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow, to help train anaesthetists in developing countries. Please rate, post a review and subscribe! Check out https://anaesthesiacollect…
 
Robust evidence is needed to enable clinicians and policymakers to minimise VTE risk in patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection. Ideally, such evidence would stratify the risk of VTE against both the duration of time between infection and surgery and presence or absence of symptoms. This study aimed to determine the VTE rate in patients with SARS-CoV-2 …
 
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This episode, we are talking about Opioids in Anaesthesia. The information and detail provided here are for residents and junior registrars starting in their first few months of Anaesthesia. There is a lot more detail to know for the Primary Exam, but this will give you a good starting point to perform at your best when starting out. All opinions e…
 
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