Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week
This tutorial is a brief overview of the various currently established regional anaesthetic techniques to provide analgesia following breast surgery.Take the Quiz
Analgesia for Breast Surgery — A Brief Overview - ATOTW 403
Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrine disorder in children. The peri-operative period can disrupt glucose control resulting in hypo and hyperglycaemia. Multi-disciplinary management is important to optimise glucose control and minimise complications. Insulin pump therapy is increasing in children and anaesthetists should be familiar with management.Take the Quiz
A review of the anatomy of the sciatic nerve and its branches, and the indications, contraindications and technique for ultrasound guided popliteal block.Take the Quiz
This tutorial reviews the anatomy of the brachial plexus and adjacent structures relevant to the interscalene block. It also discusses of the indications, contraindications, side effects and complications of the interscalene block and a step-by-step description of the ultrasound guided interscalene nerve block technique.Take the Quiz
This tutorial aims to describe the available national society guidelines on managing pediatric airways, and to compare the difficult airway trolleys of two different institutions from different resource settings.Take the Quiz
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