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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