Dec 14, 2019
Most people are familiar with ultrasound these days, next to the stethoscope and thanks largely to baby photographs, it's one of the most frequent public facing technologies in medicine.
New developments in transesophageal echocardiography have brought about huge advancements in its use as a technology; not to mention...
Dec 7, 2019
Does perioperative medicine alow institutions to take a broader view? Population health has been a theme on TopMedTalk, is it a logical extension of the perioperative process? How do we manage specialist care for the elderly and ensure high quality shared decision making? What lies behind the mindset change needed...
Nov 30, 2019
More of our coverage of the American Society of Enhanced Recovery (ASER) annual general meeting. Reflectiions regarding the rise of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET); a growing field, particularly in the US.
The "Prehabilitation World Congress in association with POETTS & EBPOM" meeting discussed in this podcast...
Nov 16, 2019
Speaking with a legend in the world of anaesthesia; this piece
allows us to explore some of the bigger issues and milestones in
the profession. How has it evolved, particularly in relation to the
simultanious evolution of perioperative practice? Where are we now
and where do things look set to go in the future?
Nov 9, 2019
Can artificial intelligence drive new changes in care and the value of big data? We're already comfortable with using tools that help us to do our job better, what are the opportunities and pitfalls related to this new technology?
Are we ready yet for big data? The changes it may cause are staggering but equally; nuance...