Duration: CME/CE Points: Author(s):
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CME : 20
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Anesthesiology / Anaesthesia Seminar is organized by American Seminar Institute (ASI).

Course(s) are Appropriate for:
Anesthesiologists (Anaesthesiologists), Subspecialist Physicians, Anesthesia (Anaesthesia) Assistants

Full Course: 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Short Course: 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Full Course Price: $580
Short Course Price: $485

Description:
Series 81 (ANES81) Topics Include: Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility, Adverse Effects of Perioperative Opioids, Postoperative Delirium, Optimize Scheduling and Staffing, Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome, and more.

Course Topics:
Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility/ethical Dilemmas in Anesthesia Care:

Summarize the known genetic elements underlying malignant hyperthermia susceptibility; Discuss the 4 ways to predict the presence of malignant hyperthermia susceptibility; Recognize and respect the right of patients to refuse treatment that goes against their religious beliefs; Consider patients' differing cultural and religious attitudes toward providers of health care; Weigh the need to follow accepted standards for monitoring against the need to provide urgent patient care.

Interventional Endoscopy/role of Anesthesiologist as Perioperative Physician:
Identify unique aspects of providing anesthesia in nonoperating room settings; Optimize the efficiency of anesthesia delivery in locations outside of the operating room; Select appropriate candidates for nonoperating room anesthesia; Recognize how the anesthesia care team can improve patients' outcomes; Implement a collaborative decision-making process for guiding perioperative care.

Opioids /ambulatory Anesthesia:
Recognize potential adverse effects of perioperative opioids; Use nonopioid alternatives to manage perioperative pain; Develop protocols for perioperative multimodal analgesia; Select appropriate candidates for ambulatory surgery and anesthesia; Discuss the roles of a patient's American Society of Anesthesiologists class, age, and frailty in determining appropriateness for ambulatory surgery.

Pediatric Anesthesia Problems:
Preoperatively assess patients with tracheoesophageal fistulae; Distinguish among the different types of tracheoesophageal fistulae; Treat neonates after primary repair of tracheoesophageal fistulae; Avoid common errors in the use of monitors; Recognize when and why data provided by monitors should be disregarded.

Pulmonary Embolism/postoperative Delirium:
Classify different types of PE; Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of different methods for diagnosing PE; Apply evidence-based algorithms to the treatment of PE; Summarize the pathophysiology of postoperative delirium; Predict and prevent postoperative delirium in surgical patients.

Hip Fractures /obstetric Anesthesia:
Recognize risk factors for morbidity and death in patients with hip fractures; Optimize the operative treatment of patients with hip fractures; Design a standardized anesthetic approach for use in patients with hip fractures; Reexamine accepted dogma regarding obstetric anesthesia; Provide optimal peripartum care for obstetric patients.

Anesthesia Incident Reporting System/ Nonoperating Room Anesthesia:
Report adverse events to the Anesthesia Incident Reporting System; Use crisis checklists during intraoperative emergencies; Recognize potential sources of intraoperative adverse events; Apply efficiency and management metrics to nonoperating room anesthesia; Optimize scheduling and staffing for nonoperating room anesthesia cases.

Targeted Pain History/adverse Outcomes:
Take a targeted pain history; Accurately identify the source of a patient's pain; Recognize the high risk for maladaptive behaviors among medical professionals after adverse patient outcomes; Seek support after experiencing a traumatic adverse outcome; Identify cases that carry the highest risk for producing the "second victim" phenomenon among anesthesiologists.

Anesthesia for Breast Surgery/trauma Anesthesia:
Recognize risk factors for postmastectomy pain syndrome; Delineate the innervation of the breast and underlying muscles; Select the most appropriate analgesic block for the type of breast surgery planned; Minimize risks for adverse events during induction and intubation of trauma patients; Implement protocols for damage-control resuscitation.

Regional Anesthesia Update:
Explain the mechanism of action of lipid emulsion in the treatment of local anesthetic systemic toxicity; Recognize clinical signs of local anesthetic systemic toxicity; Provide appropriate resuscitation in patients with local anesthetic systemic toxicity; Optimize the use of ultrasonography to identify landmarks for erector spinae plane blocks; Cite findings of recent studies on the effective use of erector spinae plane blocks in a variety of surgical procedures.

Target Audience

Anesthesiology, Anesthesia and intensive care

Fees

Activity Fee : USD $580.00
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Specialties

Anesthesiology, Anesthesia and intensive care

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