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Hey everyone, my name is Lauren Rietchel and I'm a 4th year medical student at the University of British Columbia, and welcome to the Anesthesiology (Anesthesia) Clerkship Podcast! In this podcast, I talk about all things anesthesia for a clerkship level medical student. We will go through the basics of anesthesia (like what that word even means!) and build our way up through to more complicated topics. Each episode will be varied and feature different styles of teaching to suit all learning ...
 
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Anesthesiology News Presents The Etherist

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Anesthesiology News Presents The Etherist

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In this new season of “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist,” we celebrate the 175th anniversary of the original Ether Day by looking back at the origin of anesthesiology as a modern medical specialty. We will revisit those early days of discovery and innovation and the people who made it all possible, but we won’t stop with the history of anesthesia. This season we will also dive into the emergence of new research that has revealed the basic effects of how anesthetic drugs work in the ...
 
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In this episode, we turn our focus to the present to see how recent research could be used to shape the future of anesthesiology. In previous episodes, we reviewed how the pioneers of anesthesia were able to successfully use ether and chloroform without the full knowledge of those drugs that we have today. In that spirit, we explore whether there i…
 
Hey Friends!! Hope you are all doing wonderfully! Today we talk about all things monitoring in anesthesia. I go over the basics of monitoring, what all the monitors in anesthesia are for, and how we apply them to diagnose problems. My microphone is having issues so I had to chop this episode up into about 5 sections, I apologize! I will be getting …
 
Moderator: James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Forbes McGain, F.A.N.Z.C.A, F.C.I.C.M., Ph.D. and Michel M. R. F. Struys, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.A. Articles Discussed: Carbon Footprint of General, Regional, and Combined Anesthesia for Total Knee Replacements Environmental Footprint of Anesthesia: More than Inhaled Anesthetics!…
 
Hi Friends! Today I discuss two different topics which include: Laryngeal Mask Airways or LMA's, and how to do a rapid sequence induction. LMA's are very commonly used in specific anesthesia settings, so it is important to know how they work. Rapid sequence inductions are commonly performed in emergency surgeries which can happen frequently dependi…
 
In the previous episodes, we relived the incredible achievements of the discoverers of anesthesia in Davy, Morton, Simpson and Long. But another individual may be just as important to the progress of the specialty as those who discovered it. John Snow was a doctor and scientist in London when he first witnessed a demonstration of ether anesthesia. …
 
Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Charles H. Brown, IV, M.D., M.H.S. and Pratik P. Pandharipande, M.D., M.Sc. Articles Discussed: Spinal Anesthesia with Targeted Sedation Based on Bispectral Index Values Compared with General Anesthesia with Masked Bispectral Index Values to Reduce Delirium: The SHARP Randomized Controlled Trial Ba…
 
Hi Friends! In this episode, I speak all about difficult intubations. Since this podcast is meant to be at a clerkship level, I decided to keep this episode short and sweet. I hope you enjoy! Cheers, Lauren Rietchel UBC MD Class of 2022 Questions, comments, inquiries please email: anesthesiologyclerkshippodcast@gmail.com…
 
The discovery of chloroform was closely intertwined with ether anesthesia because of the relative closeness of their discoveries, but it did not take long for the early pioneers of anesthesia use to understand the enormous difference between the two anesthetic agents. From October 1846 to November 1847, anesthesia providers used ether to ease pain …
 
Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Gavin Hamilton, M.D., M.Sc. Articles Discussed: Persistent Postoperative Opioid Prescription Fulfillment and Peripheral Nerve Blocks for Ambulatory Shoulder Surgery: A Retrospective Cohort Study Transcript
 
On Friday, Oct. 16, 1846, William Thomas Green Morton changed the world of medicine with his demonstration of vaporized ether anesthesia at Massachusetts General Hospital, in Boston. The discovery and public demonstration of ether anesthesia was not a sudden achievement, though. In fact, it was the results of incremental scientific gains by dozens …
 
Hi Friends! I've missed you all, but I'm glad to be back for another fabulous episode of the pod. Today I kind of repeat myself (oops) but we talk about all things endotracheal tube intubation. I speak about the indications, how to intubate, what to monitor and check for after intubation. I apologize for any repeated information, but this is a conc…
 
Moderator: James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Avery Tung, M.D. and editorialist Warren S. Sandberg, M.D., Ph.D. Articles Discussed: December Is Coming: A Time Trend Analysis of Monthly Variation in Adult Elective Anesthesia Caseload across Florida and Texas Locations of a Large Multistate Practice December Is for Congregation, Celebration, Operatio…
 
Before the discovery of ether anesthesia, surgery was an excruciating experience for patients, their loved ones and even the surgeons who performed the operations. In the 1840s, an important scientific breakthrough changed the course of medical history—the discovery of anesthesia. However, over several decades leading up to that historic discovery,…
 
Hi Friends! Welcome back to another episode. Today we talk about post-operative nausea and vomiting or PONV, a very hot topic in anesthesiology. I talk about my own experience with PONV, its pathophysiology, risk factors and management strategies for PONV. Let's get into it! Cheers, Lauren Rietchel UBC MD Class of 2022 Questions, comments, inquirie…
 
Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Jin-Tae Kim, M.D., Ph.D. and editorialist Jorge A. Gálvez, M.D., M.B.I. Articles Discussed: Smart Glasses for Radial Arterial Catheterization in Pediatric Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial Augmenting the Anesthesiologist's Cockpit with Head-mounted Displays for Image-guided Procedures: Are We T…
 
Hi Friends! Long time no speak. Welcome back to the anesthesiology clerkship podcast, thank you all so much for listening. We are really racking up the downloads here!! Today, I talk about all things bag valve mask ventilation and intubation in Anesthesiology. Have no fear, because we go through risk factors, signs of difficulty, how to actually in…
 
Moderator: James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Kerstin Kolodzie, M.D., Ph.D., M.A.S. and editorialist Duminda Wijeysundera, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.P.C. Articles Discussed: Perioperative Normal Saline Administration and Delayed Graft Function in Patients Undergoing Kidney Transplantation: A Retrospective Cohort Study Transcript…
 
In this new season of “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist,” we celebrate the 175th anniversary of the original Ether Day by looking back at the origin of anesthesiology as a modern medical specialty. We will revisit those early days of discovery and innovation and the people who made it all possible, but we won’t stop with the history of ane…
 
Hey friends! So today we talk about all things OR related. It may seem a bit scary, especially in 3rd year, but I'm here to chat to you about all things anesthesia OR related. You will be a pro in no time. In today's episode, we talk about setting up your anesthesia machine, how to draw up medications (don't do this, ask your preceptor first!), and…
 
Hi Friends! So today's episode is a little different. I'm all up in my feels today and thought I would share a few experiences about when my patients died and tips on how to deal with this as a healthcare worker. Hope you are all hanging in there! You are a superstar and never forget it! More educational context to come next week. Please email anes…
 
Hi friends! Here in episode six, I teach you about all things related to pre-operative medications. This includes going through the medications that you might want to alert your attending to when you meet your patient for the first time. Have an anxious patient? That sounds like a job for...pre-medication!! Haha. Enough with the dad jokes. Enjoy. H…
 
In this exclusive feature of “Anesthesiology News Presents,” Jodi Kuhlman, MD, comes forward to share her story of fentanyl addiction and drug diversion for the very first time. Kuhlman’s story was first published anonymously in a feature in the women’s magazine Marie Claire, in 2019. She recently decided to come forward to share her story directly…
 
Hi Friends! Here in episode FIVE (we made it) I teach you about all things related to making a pre-operative risk assessment. This includes going through the ASA classification system, the Revised Cardiac Risk Index, and how a risk assessment fits into the overall practice of a pre-operative evaluation of a patient. The accurate and thorough risk a…
 
Hey y'all! Another episode of the pod. Today we talk about all things pre-operative physical exam for anesthesia clerkship student. It includes basic rules that you should follow during your pre-operative assessment, as well as labs that you might consider ordering. Hope you enjoy! Cheers, Lauren Rietchel Any questions, comments, corrections please…
 
Moderator:James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Natalie A. Silverton, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., F.A.S.E. and editorialist Mark Stafford-Smith, M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P.C., M.B.A. Articles Discussed: Noninvasive Urine Oxygen Monitoring and the Risk of Acute Kidney Injury in Cardiac Surgery Could Trended Oxygen Partial Pressure in the Urine Be the “ST Segment” Kidne…
 
In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Sonia Vaida, MD, comes on the show to explain her process for editing new reviews and case reports for “The Frost Series” every month in Anesthesiology News. She also shares her best advice on how to write reports to get them published for the first time. Vaida is the clinical editor of “The Frost Series” for A…
 
Hey y'all! Welcome back for another episode of the Anesthesia Clerkship Podcast. In this episode I discuss part two of a two part series of the pre-operative history taking, arguably one of the most important aspects of anesthesia. As well, I will be changing the name of the podcast at some point because there is another one with the same name haha…
 
Hey y'all! Welcome back for another episode of the Anesthesia Clerkship Podcast. In this episode I discuss part one of a two part series of the pre-operative history taking, arguably one of the most important aspects of anesthesia. As well, I will be changing the name of the podcast at some point because there is another one with the same name haha…
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” Peter J. Papadakos, MD, discusses a case report he wrote in the Journal of the American Academy of PAs (2021;34[4]:33-36) about a 54-year-old man who was transferred with a large right frontal intracerebral hemorrhage after ingesting kratom. Papadakos is a professor of anesthesiology, surgery, neurology and neurosu…
 
Hi Friends! Here in episode one I teach you about all things related to the scope of anesthesia. This includes the areas of practice of anesthesia, what the word even means, the goals of anesthesia and the types of anesthesia you will encounter. I also introduce the basic steps in deciding on an anesthetic plan. Please direct any questions or inqui…
 
Just a little hello for everyone tuning into the pod! Welcome and my name is Lauren, I'm a 4th year medical student at the University of British Columbia and I'm excited to bring you this new podcast about all things Anesthesia (for a clerkship level) related. Please tune in, go for a walk and enjoy :) Cheers, L…
 
Moderator: James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Alexandre Joosten, M.D., Ph.D. and editorialist David A. Story, M.D., F.A.N.Z.C.A. Articles Discussed: Computer-assisted Individualized Hemodynamic Management Reduces Intraoperative Hypotension in Intermediate- and High-risk Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial Computer-assisted Anesthesia Care: Avoid…
 
Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Mark A. Warner, M.D. and editorialist Anahi Perlas, M.D., F.R.C.P.C Articles Discussed: Pulmonary Aspiration of Gastric Contents: A Closed Claims Analysis Pulmonary Aspiration of Gastric Contents: Can We Improve Patient Outcomes? Transcript
 
In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Peggy Seidman, MD, joins us to discuss dental anesthesia and the need for more qualified anesthesia providers for routine office-based dental procedures, especially in pediatric cases. She also shares her favorite section of The New York Times and one thing that has inspired her throughout her career. Seidman i…
 
Moderator:James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Andres Laserna, M.D., Laurent G. Glance, M.D. and Mark D. Neuman, M.D., M.Sc. Articles Discussed: Levels of Evidence Supporting the North American and European Perioperative Care Guidelines for Anesthesiologists between 2010 and 2020: A Systematic Review Clinical Practice Guidelines in Anesthesiology: Ad…
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” Matthew Shachner, DO, discusses his case report about a 2-year-old girl who developed malignant hyperthermia during a routine dental cleaning under general anesthesia. The patient had presented to the hospital for the procedure due to poor dentition, and it was her first time undergoing general anesthesia. Shachner…
 
Moderator:BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Jashvant Poeran, M.D., Ph.D., Calin S. Moucha, M.D and editorialist Sachin Kheterpal, M.D., M.B.A. Article Discussed: Safety of Tranexamic Acid in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty in High-risk Patients Tranexamic Acid in High-risk Arthroplasty Patients: How Will We Adapt to Evolving Evidence? Transcript…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Cheryl Gooden, MD, joins us to discuss some of the challenges that she encounters with pediatric airway management. She also talks about her work in medical mission work around the world from India to Peru. “Ask the Experts” is a conversation podcast series from the “Anesthesiology News Presents” ch…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “On the Case,” Steve Garber, MD, discusses his case report on a 39-year-old woman (gravida 5, para 4), at 36 weeks’ gestation, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia after presenting to the emergency department with shortness of breath, cough and myalgias three days after her COVID-19 diagnosis. Dr. Garber in an an…
 
Moderator:James Rathmell, M.D. Participants: Lena S. Sun, M.D.; Nicholas A. Davis, M.D., and editorialist Laszlo Vutskits, M.D., Ph.D. Articles Discussed: Ultrasound Evaluation of Gastric Emptying Time in Healthy Term Neonates after Formula Feeding Neonatal Preoperative Fasting: Time for a Change? Transcript…
 
Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Michael McManus, M.D., M.P.H. and Alan Jay Schwartz, M.D., M.S.Ed. Articles Discussed: Availability of Inpatient Pediatric Surgery in the United States Availability of Inpatient Pediatric Surgery: Implications for Planning Pediatric Anesthesiology Education…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Karen Sibert, MD, joins us to discuss the future of anesthesiology and the evolving role of anesthesiologists in modern health care. She also explains her reason for giving up on Twitter as a way of communicating her ideas and opinions about the specialty. “Ask the Experts” is a conversation podcast…
 
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