From The Head Of The Bed

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...a podcast for the anesthesia community

Episodes

  • # 50 – 10 Tips for Airway Management in 10 Minutes

    # 50 – 10 Tips for Airway Management in 10 Minutes

    16/07/2019 Duration: 11min

    This is a distillation of 10 key tips to help folks learning airway management to improve their skills. It’s also a framework for experienced providers to approach airway management from. This show gets straight to the point: 10 tips for … #50 – 10 Tips for Airway Management in 10 Minutes Read More »

  • #49 – Local Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    #49 – Local Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 55min

    In this episode, Skyler provides a thorough overview of local anesthetics including relevant anatomy and physiology (i.e. nerve fibers, sodium channels, pKa, etc), types of local anesthetics and factors that effect onset, potency, duration of action and absorption. We touch … #49 – Local Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #48 – IV Induction Agents – Ashley Scheil, BSN, CRNA

    #48 – IV Induction Agents – Ashley Scheil, BSN, CRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 50min

    In this episode, Ashley walks us through an overview of the most common IV anesthesia induction agents. We cover propofol, ketamine, etomidate, barbiturates (e.g. methohexital), dexmedetomidine and benzodiazepines (e.g. midazolam). A run down of the mechanism of action, dosing, onset, … #48 – IV Induction Agents – Ashley Scheil, BSN, CRNA Read More »

  • #47 – Pharmacodynamics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    #47 – Pharmacodynamics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 28min

    In this episode, Skyler walks us through the pharmacodynamics of volatile anesthetics. We talk extensively about the concepts related to minimum alveolar concentration (MAC), the mechanism of action of volatile anesthetics and the physiologic response to volatiles. You don’t want … #47 – Pharmacodynamics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #46 – Pharmacokinetics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    #46 – Pharmacokinetics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 30min

    In this episode, Skyler gives a succinct run down on the pharmacokinetics of volatile anesthetics. We talk about uptake, distribution, elimination and metabolism and unpack concepts such as blood gas solubility, oil gas solubility, Fa/Fi curves and more. You don’t … #46 – Pharmacokinetics of Volatile Anesthetics – Skyler Rouhselang, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #45 – The Anesthesia Machine – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA

    #45 – The Anesthesia Machine – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 53min

    In this episode, Ashley provides a detailed overview of the anesthesia machine, its components and key tips for using and troubleshooting it. If you want to know about or review the anesthesia machine… this is your podcast! At the time … #45 – The Anesthesia Machine – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #44 – Clinical Flow: from OR set up through intubation – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA

    #44 – Clinical Flow: from OR set up through intubation – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA

    17/04/2019 Duration: 42min

    In this episode, Ashley and I talk through how to set up an operating room anesthesia workstation, perform preoperative patient assessment and progress through an IV induction and intubation. This is a great podcast to help SRNAs and other anesthesia … #44 – Clinical Flow: from OR set up through intubation – Ashley Scheil, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #43 – NBCRNA CPC Program Overview – John Preston, DNSc, CRNA, ANP and Lisa Kamen, CAE

    #43 – NBCRNA CPC Program Overview – John Preston, DNSc, CRNA, ANP and Lisa Kamen, CAE

    06/04/2019 Duration: 51min

    I had the distinct pleasure to talk with John Preston, DNSc, CRNA, APN and Lisa Kamen, CAE of the National Board of Certification & Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA) on the Continued Professional Certification (CPC) Program. If you want to … #43 – NBCRNA CPC Program Overview – John Preston, DNSc, CRNA, ANP and Lisa Kamen, CAE Read More »

  • #42 – Opioid Free Anesthesia – Tom Baribeault, MSN, CRNA  Jayme Reuter, MS, CRNA

    #42 – Opioid Free Anesthesia – Tom Baribeault, MSN, CRNA & Jayme Reuter, MS, CRNA

    03/03/2019 Duration: 58min

    In this episode, we explore opioid free anesthesia with Tom Baribeault, MSN, CRNA and Jayme Reuter, MS, CRNA. Tom is the founder of the Society for Opioid Free Anesthesia and Jayme is the founder of Cornerstone Anesthesia Conferences. The three … #42 – Opioid Free Anesthesia – Tom Baribeault, MSN, CRNA & Jayme Reuter, MS, CRNA Read More »

  • #41 – OR Fires – MAJ April Ritter, DNAP, CRNA, ANC, USAR

    #41 – OR Fires – MAJ April Ritter, DNAP, CRNA, ANC, USAR

    02/02/2019 Duration: 38min

    I had the pleasure of speaking with Major April Ritter, DNAP, CRNA, recently on the topic of operating room fires… which is a bit of a hot topic in the perioperative world. Dr Ritter completed her Masters of Nursing Science … #41 – OR Fires – MAJ April Ritter, DNAP, CRNA, ANC, USAR Read More »

  • #40 – Recharge – Jon Lowrance, MSN, CRNA

    #40 – Recharge – Jon Lowrance, MSN, CRNA

    02/02/2019 Duration: 44min

    Hey folks! This podcast is about recharging. It’s a talk that touches on provider wellness and our need to find time on a weekly basis to pull back and take care of ourselves – to recharge! Below you’ll see the … #40 – Recharge – a talk on provider wellness Read More »

  • #39 – Succinylcholine Overview – Michael Mielniczek, BSN, SRNA

    #39 – Succinylcholine Overview – Michael Mielniczek, BSN, SRNA

    25/03/2018 Duration: 01h14min

    In this episode, I had the privilege of chatting with Michael Mielniczek, BSN, SRNA on an overview of succinylcholine. At the time of this recording, Michael was a second year Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist at the University of Scranton and … #39 – Succinylcholine Overview – Michael Mielniczek, BSN, SRNA Read More »

  • #38 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 3/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    #38 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 3/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    20/11/2017 Duration: 24min

    Tim Fitzgerald, MD is a surgical oncologist and Director of Surgical Oncology at Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth. He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Tufts University School of Medicine and specializes in complex gastrointestinal surgery.  Dr Fitzgerald has … #38 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 3/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD Read More »

  • #37 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 2/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    #37 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 2/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    20/11/2017 Duration: 30min

    Tim Fitzgerald, MD is a surgical oncologist and Director of Surgical Oncology at Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth. He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Tufts University School of Medicine and specializes in complex gastrointestinal surgery.  Dr Fitzgerald has … #37 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 2/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD Read More »

  • #36 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 1/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    #36 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 1/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD

    20/11/2017 Duration: 44min

    Tim Fitzgerald, MD is a surgical oncologist and Director of Surgical Oncology at Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth. He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Tufts University School of Medicine and specializes in complex gastrointestinal surgery.  Dr Fitzgerald has … #36 – Enhanced Recovery Programs (“ERAS”) Part 1/3 – Tim Fitzgerald, MD Read More »

  • #35 – AANA News Bulletin Article: Tips for Transitioning to Practice

    #35 – AANA News Bulletin Article: Tips for Transitioning to Practice

    25/08/2017 Duration: 29min

    The September 2017 AANA News Bulletin contains an article I wrote titled:  SRNAs – Key Tips for Transitioning to Practice. The article builds on podcast #25 – Transitioning to Practice that I put out back in February 2016.  In the … #35 – AANA News Bulletin Article: Tips for Transitioning to Practice Read More »

  • #34 – Provider Wellness – Christine Hein, MD

    #34 – Provider Wellness – Christine Hein, MD

    15/08/2017 Duration: 01h09min

    I caught up with Christine Hein, MD recently to talk about healthcare provider wellness. Dr Hein is an emergency medicine physician and Director of the Provider Well-being and Peer Support program at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. I was … #34 – Provider Wellness – Christine Hein, MD Read More »

  • #33 – NOLS Wilderness Medicine and Cornerstone Anesthesia Conference – Jon Lowrance, MSN, CRNA

    #33 – NOLS Wilderness Medicine and Cornerstone Anesthesia Conference – Jon Lowrance, MSN, CRNA

    18/07/2017 Duration: 07min

    This is a quick overview of some continuing education opportunities coming up.  I’ll be co-instructing a NOLS Wilderness Medicine course with my good friend Sara Nelson, MD this October 20-22, 2017 near Flagstaff, Maine.  I’ll also help teach an anesthesia … #33 – NOLS Wilderness Medicine and Cornerstone Anesthesia Conference – Jon Lowrance, MSN, CRNA Read More »

  • #32 – Iatrogenic infections related to anesthesia workstation behaviors – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA

    #32 – Iatrogenic infections related to anesthesia workstation behaviors – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA

    06/07/2017 Duration: 41min

    In this podcast, I talk with Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA about iatrogenic infections related to anesthesia workstation behaviors.  This continues to be a focal point of Dr Biddle’s research on patient safety and is a topic that concerns every anesthesia … #32 – Iatrogenic infections related to anesthesia workstation behaviors – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA Read More »

  • #31 – At-Home Cardiorespiratory Events Following Ambulatory Surgery – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA

    #31 – At-Home Cardiorespiratory Events Following Ambulatory Surgery – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA

    06/06/2017 Duration: 29min

    In this podcast, I chat with Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA about his and other research on at-home cardiorespiratory events following ambulatory surgery.  We discuss risk factors, screening tools and patient education that is designed to enhance patient safety and decrease … #31 – At-Home Cardiorespiratory Events Following Ambulatory Surgery – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA Read More »

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