Mar 10, 2020
This piece focuses on the article "The malnourished surgery patient, a silent epidemic in perioperative outcomes?" which you can find here: https://journals.lww.com/co-anesthesiology/Abstract/2019/06000/The_malnourished_surgery_patient__a_silent.23.aspx
The Perioperative Quality Initiative is here:
Feb 18, 2020
The Hypotension Prediction Index (HPI) Monitor takes 2.6 million features from a single waveform which it then applies to 150 million different wave forms looking for factors which can predict hypotension.
It's the first fully approved foray into predictive analyitics for the world of anaesthesia.
Feb 11, 2020
How has the Royal College of Anaethestists (RCoA) evolved over the years and why is perioperative medicine so crucial to its agenda? How has this leadership in perioperative medicine become a force for change and improvement worldwide and what are the common themes that emerge as we take a global perspective on...
Feb 4, 2020
How is the AANA facilitating the care of patients? How can you make a patient a 'partner in safety'? How do we coordinate so many disaparate systems of information and care?
Patient records and data ownership is discussed, as is Paul Upton's excellent interview on TopMedTalk regarding "My Preop".
The original piece is...
Jan 7, 2020
How do the insights from experience in Enhanced Recovery apply to critical care patients and postoperative care pathways? We also discuss utilization of advanced monitoring technology for the critically ill patient postoperatively.
Presented by Desiree Chappell with her guests Philip Corvo, Chairman of Surgery Stanley...