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Perioperative Medicine Part 1 – General Anesthesiology 2020

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University of Pittsburgh: Perioperative Medicine Part 1 – General Anesthesiology 2020

PĒC MAKSĀŠANAS SAŅEMSIET KURSU AR DZĪVES LAIKA LEJUPIELĀDES SAITE (ĀTRĀ ĀTRUMS)

No Pitsburgas Universitātes anestezioloģijas perioperatīvo atjauninājumu sērijas. This online CME program encompasses the management of difficult patients and the pharmacology of recent medications that have changed the scope of anesthesiology practice. Lecture topics include the anesthetic management of morbidly obese patients with sleep apnea, those with severe liver disease, the extreme elderly, and trauma patients. With the scope of practice leaning toward the avoidance of opioids and faster recovery, the second half of Perioperative Medicine Part 1 – General Anesthesiology focuses on opioid-free anesthesia, and the pharmacology of ketamine, methadone, suggamadex, and liposomal bupivacaine.

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Pēc šīs aktivitātes noslēguma dalībnieks varēs:
– Learn to recognize and treat postoperative cognitive dysfunction
– Be better prepared to treat morbidly obese patients and those with sleep apnea
– Discuss anesthetic concerns for patients with liver disease
– Manage the special concerns of the elderly patient undergoing surgery
– How to deal with the emergency trauma
– Learn to provide opioid free anesthesia
– Discuss how ketamine and methadone may be useful to your patient
– Discuss the pros and cons of Suggamadex
– Discuss the role of liposomal Bupivacaine in post-operative pain

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Anesteziologi un apmācītie anesteziologi un citi anestēzijas profesionāļi, medmāsu anesteziologi, anestēzijas asistenti, intensīvisti un perioperatīvās medicīnas speciālisti.

Sākotnējās izlaišanas datums: Maijs 15, 2020
Kredītu derīguma termiņš: Maijs 15, 2023

TĒMAS / RUNĀTĀJI

Pēcoperācijas kognitīvās disfunkcijas
James Ibinson, MD, PhD

Anesthesia for Patients with Morbid Obesity
Patrīcija Dalbija, MD

Anesthesia for Patients with Severe Liver Disease
Catalin Ezaru, MD

Perioperative Anesthesia Care of the Geriatric Patient
Marsha Ritter-Jones, MD

Anesthetic Management of the Trauma Patient
Peter Ritchie, MD

Opioid Free Anesthesia
Gerhards Konigs, MD

Pharmacology that has Changed Anesthesia Practice: Ketamine and Methadone
Kristīna Ondecko Ligda, MD, FASA

Pharmacology that has Changed Anesthesia Practice: Liposomal Bupivacaine
Peter Ritchie, MD

Pharmacology that has Changed Anesthesia Practice: Suggamadex
Evan Lebovitz, MD

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