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'In the monthly BJA Education podcast our podcast editors interview the authors of one of our recent papers. Subscribers will hear experts in the fields of anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine discussing the latest advances in clinical practice and evidence-based medicine in this accessible and engaging CPD resource.

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'In the monthly BJA Education podcast our podcast editors interview the authors of one of our recent papers. Subscribers will hear experts in the fields of anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine discussing the latest advances in clinical practice and evidence-based medicine in this accessible and engaging CPD resource.

    Anaesthesia for Paediatric Neurosurgery Part-1

    Anaesthesia for Paediatric Neurosurgery Part-1

    This month Sam talks to Dr Catalina Stendall about her article on anaesthesia for paediatric neurosurgery, co-authored by Dr Laura Bowes and Dr Ed Carver. They cover neurophysiology in paediatrics and how we assess, stabilise and anaesthetise paediatric neurosurgical patients. Look out for next month's episode where they will cover the second article in the series.

    • 31 min
    Perioperative management of patients with a ventricular assist device

    Perioperative management of patients with a ventricular assist device

    In this podcast Pooja discusses left ventricular assist devices with Dr Sara Allen. The podcast focuses on patients with these devices undergoing non-cardiac surgery. Dr Allen provides a brief overview of the workings of the pump and also describes the perioperative considerations for these patients.

    • 31 min
    Temporary Epicardial Pacing After Cardiac Surgery

    Temporary Epicardial Pacing After Cardiac Surgery

    In this month's edition, Pooja speaks with Mike Gillham and Tom Barr regarding their article titled 'Temporary Epicardial Pacing After Cardiac Surgery.' They delve into the importance and procedural aspects of performing pacing checks both during surgery and in the postoperative phase. Additionally, they explore the intricacies of caring for patients within this particular group.

    • 24 min
    Possibilities and challenges for artificial intelligence and machine learning in perioperative care

    Possibilities and challenges for artificial intelligence and machine learning in perioperative care

    In this month's podcast, Sam talks to Siri van der Meijden about the current uses of AI and machine learning in perioperative care. They discuss the challenges clinicians may face and ways to assess whether an AI model fits for different populations.

    • 45 min
    Update on the management of patients with HIV infection in anaesthesia and critical care

    Update on the management of patients with HIV infection in anaesthesia and critical care

    Anthony speaks with authors Dr Burtle, Dr Marsh, and Dr Matin about the management of patients who have HIV on presentation to the ICU. They discuss common reasons for admission, diagnostic and therapeutic challenges, and the impact of the difference in chronic disease management now compared with 30 years ago.

    • 35 min
    Anticoagulation for cardiopulmonary bypass - part 1

    Anticoagulation for cardiopulmonary bypass - part 1

    Dr Bruce Cartwright talks us through the use of heparin and its alternatives for anticoagulating patients undergoing CPB.

    • 30 min

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