Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week
Between September 2017 and January 2019, WFSA conducted an online survey to evaluate the utility of ATOTW. We are delighted to present the survey report to demonstrate ATOTW’s impact and also highlight areas for improvement and expansion of this valuable resource.
Evaluation of WFSA’s Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week (ATOTW)
This tutorial summarizes the current data and controversies surrounding the use of the bispectral index (BIS™, Medtronic, Minneapolis, MN, USA)—one of the more commonly used processed EEG devices—and provides recommendations regarding appropriate use of this technology in general anesthesia to prevent awarenessTake the Quiz
This tutorial will initially look at the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetic properties of clonidine. The article will then cover the clinical use of clonidine in anaesthetic practice including its use in sedation, analgesia, adjunct to local anaesthetics in regional blocks and other relevant uses.Take the Quiz
This tutorial will explore the currently published literature on erector spinae plane blocks and discover its versatility in regional anaesthesia.Take the Quiz
Infective encephalitis is the acute, usually viral, infective inflammation of the brain parenchyma. A few patients will develop a severe manifestation and may deteriorate and require organ support. A low index of clinical suspicion and prompt antimicrobial treatment is crucial for the best chance of recovery without a disability. Management in the critical care setting focuses on treating the primary pathology whilst preventing secondary brain injury.Take the 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.Become an Author
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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.Claim CME/CPD
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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!
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