Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week
There are numerous clinical indications and benefits of using propofol-based total intravenous anaesthesia (TIVA) in children. While many aspects of TIVA can be translated from adults to children, there are some important considerations and limitations that anaesthetists should be aware of. This tutorial will discuss a practical approach to providing propofol-based TIVA for children.Take the Quiz
The tutorial covers anatomy and physiology of the pancreas and the pathophysiology and perioperative management of patients with pancreatic adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine tumours. Risk stratification, management of preoperative anaemia and role of enhanced recovery programme for Whipple’s procedure are discussed.Take the Quiz
This tutorial discusses the importance of blood conservation techniques and the strategies to achieve this during the pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative period of patient journey.Take the Quiz
Anaemia is a common, modifiable risk factor contributing to post-operative morbidity and mortality. A complex range of aetiologies can often co-exist in an individual patient, leading to confusing and conflicting results. This tutorial discusses screening, diagnosis, and management of pre-operative anaemia.Take the Quiz
Accidental Awareness during General Anaesthesia (AAGA) has been demonstrated to be more common in obstetric practice than in any other area of anaesthesia. Factors contributing to this increased risk include maternal stress or anxiety, emergency surgery and the “intravenous-inhalational” interval. This tutorial describes some strategies for managing this increased risk.Take the Quiz
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