Aug 31, 2020
Insights and perspectives on the science of prehabilitation from a very different angle. It's often said on TopMedTalk that preparing for an operation is not unlike getting ready for a marathon; how do the insights of professionals who work with elite sports men and women to ensure they are fully prepared to do...
Aug 30, 2020
What are the opportunities presented to a perioperative practitioner when political devolution becomes a reality? What can we learn from the experiences of a team leading the introduction of ERAS+ and prehabilitation across Greater Manchester with a 'Spread and Scale innovation grant' from the Health Foundation? How do...
Aug 29, 2020
This piece gives us a look at some of the latest thinking on Post Operative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV). It includes a discussion about Amisulpride and discusses new, yet to be published, consensus guidelines for PONV.
The original guidelines are here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24356162
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Aug 28, 2020
Is it fair to say that prehabilitation is the new direction for practitioners of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS)?
Discussion expands into patient awareness initatives, The Macmillan Cancer Support, Principles and guidance for prehabilitation guide mentioned is here:
Aug 27, 2020
This piece focuses upon patient safety and the work of our guest. How does perioperative medicine fit into the picture, are anesthetists right to take the lead in this field?
You can find the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation here: https://www.apsf.org/
Learn more about the Perioperative Surgical Home here: