SEE 35B: A Closer Look
This episode of the SEE podcast series features an in-depth discussion with Graham McCracken, M.B., B.Ch., B.A., coauthor of a provocative article from the European Journal of Anaesthesiology. With insights only a principal investigator can offer, Dr. McCracken discusses with SEE question writer Gregg A. Korbon, M.D., this study from England that evaluated the impact of a change to Torbay Hospital’s fasting policy on rates of postoperative nausea and vomiting. The new preoperative fasting policy encouraged patients to drink clear fluids all the way up until transfer to the operating room theater rather than stop fluid intake two hours prior to surgery, as recommended by both US and European guidelines. Learn about the study findings, the feedback received, and what’s happening next.
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SEE 35B Overview
In this podcast, SEE editor Natalie F. Holt, M.D., M.P.H., shares highlights from the most recent volume of SEE, including a study on predictors of postoperative opioid use in adults and another study on persistent postoperative opioid use in pediatric patients. Additional highlights include consensus recommendations for the management of anticoagulation in patients requiring surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass, a decision algorithm for the perioperative management of patients reporting a penicillin allergy, and the reliability of online physician reviews.
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SEE 35A Overview
In this episode of the podcast, Natalie F. Holt, M.D., M.P.H., a member of the SEE Editorial Board, provides a sneak peek at several of the topics covered in SEE 35A. Some of the highlights include the findings from a recent study comparing several different types of surgical headgear; a meta-analysis addressing the effect of dexmedetomidine as an adjuvant to local anesthetic for brachial plexus blockade; new research on how to address the challenges of massive resuscitation, particularly when blood typing to determine ABO group is not available; and a study on the impact of chewing gum on gastric fluid volume or gastric emptying.
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SEE 34B: Overview
Regina Y. Fragneto, M.D., SEE editor-in-chief, shares volume highlights, such as practical advice about perioperative management of pain in patients receiving chronic buprenorphine therapy, the effects of holding versus administering angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors preoperatively, and an innovative way to manage sepsis. Also, SEE editor Robert L. Hsiung, M.D., is joined by SEE question writer Claas Siegmueller, M.D., to discuss a meta-analysis examining the effects of 5-HT3 antagonists on spinal anesthesia–induced hypotension.
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SEE 34A: A Closer Look
In this episode of the SEE podcast series, SEE question writer Vijay K. Gaba, M.D., joins SEE editor Robert L. Hsiung, M.D., to discuss a study that investigated changes in cognitive function following transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). Also included is a brief overview of exactly what TAVR is.
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SEE 34A Overview
In this podcast, Regina Y. Fragneto, M.D., SEE editor-in-chief, describes highlights from this volume, including the impact of anesthesia provider handoffs on patient outcomes and the effects of low-dose versus high-dose intrathecal morphine for analgesia following cesarean delivery. In addition, Robert L. Hsiung, M.D., a member of the SEE Editorial Board, is joined by Michael Kushelev, M.D., one of the SEE question writers, to discuss a recent study comparing brachial plexus blockade to local anesthetic infiltration for primary arteriovenous fistula creation.
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SEE 33B Overview
Regina Y. Fragneto, M.D., SEE editor-in-chief, and Robert L. Hsiung, M.D., a member of the SEE Editorial Board, provide a glimpse at the broad array of topics in this issue that the editors found particularly intriguing. They also discuss in more depth two studies highlighting drugs commonly used in anesthesia that are now being utilized to treat postoperative nausea and vomiting.
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SEE 33A: A Closer Look
Robert L. Hsiung, M.D., a member of the SEE Editorial Board, discusses one item he found particularly interesting in SEE 33A, which summarizes a study from Anesthesiology® on risk factors for severe arterial line complications in adults.
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SEE 33A Overview
In the premier podcast covering ASA’s long-standing and popular SEE Program, Regina Y. Fragneto, M.D., SEE editor-in-chief, and Laurence C. Torsher, M.D., SEE medical editor, describe how the program is created and what learners can expect from it. They also offer a peek at specific topics the editors found most interesting in SEE 33A.
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