ERAS guidelines for antenatal and preoperative care in caesarean delivery 1

ERAS guidelines for antenatal and preoperative care in caesarean delivery

The Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) Society recently published Part 1 of the Society’s 3-part caesarean delivery guidelines, focussed on pre-operative care for women undergoing scheduled and unscheduled caesarean delivery, in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Caesarean delivery is the most common surgical procedure in the modern world.

ERAS guidelines for antenatal and preoperative care in caesarean delivery 1

Protected: Awake, Sedated or Anaesthetised for Regional Anaesthesia Block Placements

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Dr Paul Kessler - Euroanaesthesia 2018 - Awake, Sedated or Anaesthetised for Regional Anaesthesia Block Placements

Protected: Closed-Loop or Automated Titration of IV Anaesthesia: Impact on Routine Anaesthesia

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Dr Ngai LIU - Euroanaesthesia 2018 - Closed-Loop or Automated Titration of IV Anaesthesia Impact on Routine Anaesthesia
Onuma Chaiwat NMDA ARDS patiens CCU ICU depolarising non-depolorising aminosteroid benzylisoquinoline

Protected: Video: Prof Onuma Chaiwat on the ideal NMDA in ARDS patients

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Onuma Chaiwat NMDA ARDS patiens CCU ICU depolarising non-depolorising aminosteroid benzylisoquinoline
Meta-analysis TIVA with propofol lowers post-operative nausea, vomiting, and pain

Meta-analysis: TIVA with propofol lowers post-operative nausea, vomiting, and pain

Total intravenous anaesthesia (TIVA) with propofol is associated with several advantages regarding anaesthesia maintenance including increased patient satisfaction and lower rates of postoperative pain (POP) and postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV), as concluded by a meta-analysis published in BMC Anesthesiology.

Meta-analysis TIVA with propofol lowers post-operative nausea, vomiting, and pain
Intraperitoneal bupivacaine to reduce postoperative opioid-use following laparoscopic appendectomy

Intraperitoneal bupivacaine to reduce postoperative opioid-use following laparoscopic appendectomy

Instilling post-operative intraperitoneal bupivacaine at the base of the caecum reduces postoperative pain scores and in-hospital opioid-use in patients undergoing laparoscopic appendectomy, as reported in the American Journal of Surgery by investigators of the Metro Health Hospital in Wyoming, MI, United States (NCT03004222).

Intraperitoneal bupivacaine to reduce postoperative opioid-use following laparoscopic appendectomy
ASPEN CSA 2017 Prof Xue Zhanggang on TIVA Enhanced Recovery by Optimized Anesthetics China

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ASPEN CSA 2017 Prof Xue Zhanggang on TIVA Enhanced Recovery by Optimized Anesthetics China
Aspen CSA2017 the status of ERAS in China CSA2017 on the use of ERAS and TIVA in China

Protected: CSA2017: Prof Huang Yuguang on the use of ERAS and TIVA in China

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Aspen CSA2017 the status of ERAS in China CSA2017 on the use of ERAS and TIVA in China
Aspen CSA2017 the status of ERAS in China CSA2017 on the use of ERAS and TIVA in China

Protected: CSA2017: Prof Xiong Lize on the status of ERAS in China

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Aspen CSA2017 the status of ERAS in China CSA2017 on the use of ERAS and TIVA in China