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The World of Anesthesiology Podcast

Nahel Saied MD

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The World of Anesthesiology Podcast

The World of Anesthesiology Podcast

Nahel Saied MD

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Dr. Saied and guests will have spirited discussions of selected articles and the accompanying editorials from top Anesthesia publications. We also bring you news that affect our profession and information about meeting of interest to anesthesiologists in the US and around the world.
Topics in the field of General anesthesia, Critical Care and pain management are the main focus of this podcast.

Latest Episodes

LMA supreme, LMA Danger and more!

Can supraglottic airway and similar devices cause cranial nerve injury? What nerves are affected? Diagnosis? Outcome? Can you avoid them and How?

15 MIN2015 MAR 29
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LMA supreme, LMA Danger and more!

Pulmonary hypertension and Anesthesia

Pulmonary hypertension is a critical factor in outcome for patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery. In this episode, I discuss definition, classification, pathogenesis, treatment, preoperative evaluation, intra and post operative management of patients of pulmonary hypertension Pulmonary hypertension and its management in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgeryS. A. Pilkington,1 D. Taboada2 and G. Martinez3 Anaesthesia 2015, 70, 56–70

32 MIN2015 JAN 22
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Pulmonary hypertension and Anesthesia

We are back!

Neostigmine reversal of Neuromuscular blockade, Does it decrease respiratory complication after general anesthesia? Should you, Would you, May you place Interscaline nerve block under general anesthesia? Effects of Neostigmine Reversal of Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular Blocking Agents on Postoperative Respiratory Outcomes (ANESTHESIOLOGY 2014; 121:959-68) Interscalene Brachial Plexus Blocks Under General Anesthesia in Children: Is This Safe Practice? A Report From the Pediatric Regional Anesthesia Network (PRAN) Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine • Volume 39, Number 6, November-December 2014

42 MIN2014 NOV 20
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We are back!

Dexmedetomidine and PNBs

Dexmedetomidine as an adjuvant to ropivacaine prolongs peripheral nerve block: a volunteer study British Journal of Anesthesia02/28/2013

22 MIN2013 MAR 27
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Dexmedetomidine and PNBs

Fluids, More or Less for sepsis?

Volume resuscitation is a pivotal element in sepsis management. Guidelines point out to goal directed fluid therapy according to CVP and restoration of intravascular volume. However, there are no guidelines to define upper limits if any exists!

19 MIN2013 MAR 14
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Fluids, More or Less for sepsis?

Long long time ago, Anesthesia originates!

Anesthesia crystalizes into a profession and Surgery transformation begins. Its is great to recognized how Anesthesia propelled surgery and continue to do so to this day. A trip into memory lane from the 1800s where a new science is born and a profession that grew and continue to grow since then.

16 MIN2012 DEC 19
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Long long time ago, Anesthesia originates!

ACLS or may be not!

Resuscitation of patients while under anesthesia for surgical procedures may not be your everyday ACLS. While ACLS may fit a wide range of providers and out of hospital Circulatory arrest, the skill set presented by the anesthesiologist, the etiology of arrest and availability of unique technologies call for deviation from the rigid ACLS algorithms.

31 MIN2012 DEC 4
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ACLS or may be not!

Block or not to block for C-section?

Is Transversus Abdominis block after spinal anesthesia with intrathecal narcotics helpful?

24 MIN2012 NOV 8
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Block or not to block for C-section?

Snore! Hospital or Surgery center ?

Obstructive sleep apnea patients are abound. Many outpatient procedures are required. Should we administer general anesthesia to those patients in an ambulatory surgery center setting or must they go to the big house ?

26 MIN2012 NOV 8
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Snore! Hospital or Surgery center ?

ICU Sound, Loud and Clear

Echo use by intensivist in ICU is gaining ground very quickly. This article examine the role of protocol of ultrasound exam in diagnosis and treatment in comparison to the gold standards. I have compiled few high quality web resources to learn echo for critical care below (click website link in iTunes) Echo Links: Stanford University Echocardiography in ICU: https://www.stanford.edu/group/ccm_echocardio/ Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine: https://emdas.mc.vanderbilt.edu/us/ Sonography.com: http://123sonography.com e-echocardiography: http://e-echocardiography.com/index.php

24 MIN2012 OCT 8
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ICU Sound, Loud and Clear

Latest Episodes

LMA supreme, LMA Danger and more!

Can supraglottic airway and similar devices cause cranial nerve injury? What nerves are affected? Diagnosis? Outcome? Can you avoid them and How?

15 MIN2015 MAR 29
Comments
LMA supreme, LMA Danger and more!

Pulmonary hypertension and Anesthesia

Pulmonary hypertension is a critical factor in outcome for patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery. In this episode, I discuss definition, classification, pathogenesis, treatment, preoperative evaluation, intra and post operative management of patients of pulmonary hypertension Pulmonary hypertension and its management in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgeryS. A. Pilkington,1 D. Taboada2 and G. Martinez3 Anaesthesia 2015, 70, 56–70

32 MIN2015 JAN 22
Comments
Pulmonary hypertension and Anesthesia

We are back!

Neostigmine reversal of Neuromuscular blockade, Does it decrease respiratory complication after general anesthesia? Should you, Would you, May you place Interscaline nerve block under general anesthesia? Effects of Neostigmine Reversal of Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular Blocking Agents on Postoperative Respiratory Outcomes (ANESTHESIOLOGY 2014; 121:959-68) Interscalene Brachial Plexus Blocks Under General Anesthesia in Children: Is This Safe Practice? A Report From the Pediatric Regional Anesthesia Network (PRAN) Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine • Volume 39, Number 6, November-December 2014

42 MIN2014 NOV 20
Comments
We are back!

Dexmedetomidine and PNBs

Dexmedetomidine as an adjuvant to ropivacaine prolongs peripheral nerve block: a volunteer study British Journal of Anesthesia02/28/2013

22 MIN2013 MAR 27
Comments
Dexmedetomidine and PNBs

Fluids, More or Less for sepsis?

Volume resuscitation is a pivotal element in sepsis management. Guidelines point out to goal directed fluid therapy according to CVP and restoration of intravascular volume. However, there are no guidelines to define upper limits if any exists!

19 MIN2013 MAR 14
Comments
Fluids, More or Less for sepsis?

Long long time ago, Anesthesia originates!

Anesthesia crystalizes into a profession and Surgery transformation begins. Its is great to recognized how Anesthesia propelled surgery and continue to do so to this day. A trip into memory lane from the 1800s where a new science is born and a profession that grew and continue to grow since then.

16 MIN2012 DEC 19
Comments
Long long time ago, Anesthesia originates!

ACLS or may be not!

Resuscitation of patients while under anesthesia for surgical procedures may not be your everyday ACLS. While ACLS may fit a wide range of providers and out of hospital Circulatory arrest, the skill set presented by the anesthesiologist, the etiology of arrest and availability of unique technologies call for deviation from the rigid ACLS algorithms.

31 MIN2012 DEC 4
Comments
ACLS or may be not!

Block or not to block for C-section?

Is Transversus Abdominis block after spinal anesthesia with intrathecal narcotics helpful?

24 MIN2012 NOV 8
Comments
Block or not to block for C-section?

Snore! Hospital or Surgery center ?

Obstructive sleep apnea patients are abound. Many outpatient procedures are required. Should we administer general anesthesia to those patients in an ambulatory surgery center setting or must they go to the big house ?

26 MIN2012 NOV 8
Comments
Snore! Hospital or Surgery center ?

ICU Sound, Loud and Clear

Echo use by intensivist in ICU is gaining ground very quickly. This article examine the role of protocol of ultrasound exam in diagnosis and treatment in comparison to the gold standards. I have compiled few high quality web resources to learn echo for critical care below (click website link in iTunes) Echo Links: Stanford University Echocardiography in ICU: https://www.stanford.edu/group/ccm_echocardio/ Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine: https://emdas.mc.vanderbilt.edu/us/ Sonography.com: http://123sonography.com e-echocardiography: http://e-echocardiography.com/index.php

24 MIN2012 OCT 8
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ICU Sound, Loud and Clear
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