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TopMedTalk for the latest medical news surrounding Anaesthesia, Perioperative Care and Enhanced Recovery. Live updates from conferences; Journal Club; Techno Talk and Hot-Topic podcasts. Continuing Medical Education (CME) on the go

    Sunday Special | Part 1 of TRIPOM USA

    Sunday Special | Part 1 of TRIPOM USA

    Trainees with an interest in perioperative medicine (TRIPOM) is an ever growing organisation set to continue the global push for perioperative care. This high energy podcast gives you a taste of the enthusiasm people pick up as they learn more about the value of these ideas.

    The focus here is on promoting healthy aging across two primary domains: cognitive function and physical ability. Discover how multiple features of aging—including physical and cognitive decline—are strongly associated with the bioenergetic profiles of circulating cells. Could the ability to diagnose mitochondrial health address central challenges in geriatric medicine, such as the need for personalized health care based on an individual’s unique physiology and “biological age”?

    How does this gripping research impact upon our work during the perioperative period?

    Co-Presented by Rob Schiller MD, Temple University School of Medicine and Anaeshesia, resident at Duke University and Vice-Chair of TRIPOM USA and Bridger Back MD, University of Utah School of Medicine and Anaesthesia resident at Duke University and Chair of TRIPOM USA. This podcast features a talk from Anthony J. Molina, PhD, Associate Professor, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine. It also contains a contribution from John Whittle, assistant Professor at Duke University Medical Centre and one of the founders of TRIPOM.

    • 23 min
    EBPOM Highlight | Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery

    EBPOM Highlight | Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery

    "Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery" - was originally streamed live from the Charles Sammons Cancer Center, Dallas, during EBPOM-USA 2019 on www.topmedtalk.com
    Hear this excellent talk, for free, on this podcast.
    If you'd like to attend an event like this ensure your next click is here: www.ebpom.org/meetings
    If you have any comments or questions you'd like to send to the team email: contact@topmedtalk.com
    Daniel Engelman is the Medical Director of the Heart, Vascular and Critical Care Units at Baystate Medical Center. He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at The University of Massachusetts-Baystate. He started the ERAS® Cardiac Collaborative to internationally standardize best practices.
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    EBPOM | Dingle - the hottest tickets in anaesthesia and perioperative medicine - go now to the website: https://www.ebpom.org/

    • 10 min
    Periop SIG 2019 | Improving the quality of the patient surgical journey

    Periop SIG 2019 | Improving the quality of the patient surgical journey

    What are the latest developments in quality improvement programs that help operative teams around the world take what they do to the next level? When does the surgical journey begin? How has a focus upon patients prior to surgery improved outcomes? What are "the five phases of care"? How has data collection and management helped us to continually improve a patient's surgical journey?
    This piece is a talk which was given during the 8th Australian and New Zealand Symposium of Perioperative Medicine Special Interest Group: “Updates in Perioperative Medicine 360” which took place between November 7th-9th 2019
    Presented by Clifford Ko, Professor of Surgery at UCLA, Director of the Division of Research and Optimal Patient Care at the American College of Surgeons.

    • 34 min
    AANA | Opioids: Pain, Euphoria, and a New Surgical Complication. Are Your Patients Safe?

    AANA | Opioids: Pain, Euphoria, and a New Surgical Complication. Are Your Patients Safe?

    "4-10% of opioid naïve patients will continue to use opioids more than 90 days after surgery"
    Opioids are good for pain control but there's another issue, they also numb emotional pain. How do we responsibly deal with this? It's important to remember: "When you give patients high doses, you're putting them at risk".
    Long term listeners will recall TopMedTalk spent the best part of our launch year on this topic. If you're one of our many new listeners please use this huge resource of podcasts to help update your practice and cut down unnecessary risk: https://www.topmedtalk.com/?s=opioid
    "We should be minimizing opioids every chance we can", if you want to cut straight to our groundbreaking talk on opioid free anesthesia please go here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/ebpom-2019-opioid-free-anaesthesia-2/
    Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with their guest Jennifer Lanzillotta-Rangeley, CRNA, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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    EBPOM | Dingle - the hottest tickets in anaesthesia and perioperative medicine - go now to the website: https://www.ebpom.org/

    • 23 min
    EBPOM 2019 | Delaying surgery to adequately prepare?

    EBPOM 2019 | Delaying surgery to adequately prepare?

     
    A quick surprising poll of perioperative practitioners sets the tone for a robust advocation of the responsibility of surgeons and practitioners to do surgery right; as opposed to being inclined to feeling it must be done "right now!". A data driven approach combined with a patient focused attitude are at the centre of the argument. How do these factors combine to produce a business case which all institutions, practitioners and patients can understand?
    In terms of time spent, what do we mean when we say "delay"? How do we overcome a patient's attitudes towards healthcare professionals, if they feel there has already been a delay in 'getting treatment'? How can the pathways from diagnosis to recovery be shortened or made more flexible? Can a case manager help this process? Is eight weeks an acceptable waiting time, can we reasonably expect it to be less than that?
    Presented by Gerrit Slooter, MD, PhD, Surgical Oncologist, Maxima Medical Centre, The Netherlands.
     

    • 19 min
    TopMedTalk | Gezz Van Zwanenberg, Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck.

    TopMedTalk | Gezz Van Zwanenberg, Matt Wiles and Marcus Peck.

    What insights does a history of working in military healthcare bring? How do we cut back on readmissions to hospital after time spent in the intensive care unit? How serious an issue is 'burn out' within healthcare? How did standardisation help when designing an award winning patient transfer bag? What's the best way to transfer a patient from ward to ward or from institution to institution? How do we handle data during this period? What do we think about remote supervision and monitoring? Could a dedicated transfer team be useful? Could a new anaesthesia drug be on the way for the NHS soon? How can training in ultrasound be improved? And lastly, will improvements in artificial intelligence ultimately cost us our jobs?
    Recorded live at the Association of Anaesthetists' Winter Scientific Meeting 2020, from The Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London, UK.
    This piece follows on from part one, which you can find here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/topmedtalk-matt-wiles-and-marcus-peck-live-from-london/
    Presented by Monty Mythen featuring guests, Gezz Van Zwanenberg, Nurse and Project Lead North West London Critical Care Network, Matt Wiles, Consultant Anaesthetist & Senior Clinical Lecturer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and University of Sheffield and Marcus Peck, NHS Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Frimley Park Hospital and Chair of Focused Intensive Care Society’s (FICE) Committee.
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    EBPOM | Dingle - the hottest tickets in anaesthesia and perioperative medicine - go now to the website: https://www.ebpom.org/

    • 47 min

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22 Ratings

22 Ratings

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