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Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week

COVID-19 has become a pandemic. Anaesthesiologists play significant role in patient care, infection control in the perioperative period and airway management. Caring for patients with COVID-19 requires multi-disciplinary effort. Disease transmission can be minimised when perioperative care is thoroughly planned.

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Perioperative management of suspected/ confirmed cases of COVID19 - ATOTW 421

Cocaine toxicity has a myriad of end organ complications, both in acute ingestion and chronic abuse. An appreciation for nuances of this presentation is required to provide excellent critical care.

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Tutorial:
Cocaine toxicity in the Intensive Care Unit - ATOTW 420

Opioids are a cornerstone of anaesthetic practice. This tutorial will discuss a common opioid side effect - Opioid-induced Hyperalgesia (OIH). OIH is a phenomenon for which we have an increasing appreciation. We will discuss its proposed mechanism, clinical relevance and, lastly, evidence on its management strategies.

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Tutorial:
Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia - ATOTW 419

This tutorial is a succinct guide to current practices in patient blood management for the pediatric population. It gives practical guidelines for bleeding concerns and management in the perioperative period and emphasizes care related to massive transfusion in the pediatric population.

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Tutorial:
Perioperative Blood Management in the Pediatric Patient - ATOTW 418

Test your knowledge across the board of anaesthesia specialities with our ATOTW Quarterly quiz!

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Tutorial:
Cerebral Challenge: Quarterly Quiz!

ATOTW tutorials are written for anaesthetic providers on a wide range of topics relevant to anaesthesia and critical care. To date, hundreds of authors from across the world have shared their knowledge by writing a tutorial on a topic that interests them. To learn more about becoming an author click the button below.

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All ATOTW online, self-directed learning modules published since July 2017 offer opportunities for CME/CPD activity through the completion of a short online quiz. To learn more about how you can claim CME/CPD please click the button below.

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Test your knowledge across the board of anaesthesia specialities with our ATOTW Quarterly Quiz!

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Cerebral Challenge: Quarterly quiz

Message from the Editor-in-Chief

Anaesthesia tutorial of the Week is an online open access educational resource. Our aim is to support anaesthesia training throughout the world, particularly in areas where access to journals and learning material is limited.

ATOTW is published on a bi-weekly basis and translated into five languages. All our tutorials are peer reviewed and based on most current literature. Readers can also test their knowledge through our online CME quizzes. Anyone is welcome to use our material and we hope you find ATOTW a useful resource in your clinical practice!

Maytinee Lilaonitkul
Assistant Professor
University of California San Francisco


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