This is the summary of the PowerPoint presentations from this Decembers’ consultant CPD teaching programme.
This month’s session provided an update in line with the Royal College of Anaesthetists Matrix.
The aim of this session was to review the “top” papers published during 2017 in the anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. The papers chosen weren’t necessarily those with the highest-impact, but rather those which would provoke debate amongst the attendees.
The slide summaries can be downloaded from the links below.
2017 Top Papers Anaesthesia
2017 Top Papers ICM
The pdfs of the papers can be found at here. Due to copyright issues these are only available to STH consultants (all of whom have access via the Trust infrastructure) using a password.
This is the reference list for a talk I gave at the SIVA 2017 ASM. The full programme of the meeting can be found here.
The talk aimed to examine the evidence for TIVA use in neurosurgery.
References for TIVA in Neurosurgery SIVA ASM 2017
This is a handout designed to supplement a talk I gave at the November STH Consultant Teaching session.
This talk was designed to provide an update for anaesthetists in the management of traumatic brain injury with a particular focus on management within the emergency department.
The pdf of my summary document can be downloaded by clicking the link below:
NACCS TBI Summary
This summary of an earlier talk may also be of value and it discusses the value of spinal immobilisation in trauma.
NACCS SCI Update 2016
This is a link to a full-text version of my recent editorial in Anaesthesia that discusses permissive hypotension in trauma.
Pop the clot vs. Drain the brain
These is the slide set for a talk I was invited to give at the 2017 NACCSGBI Teaching Day. The programme can be found here.
The talk aimed to examine the evidence underpinning the NICE trauma guidelines in two contentious areas: cervical spine protection and permissive hypotension.
NACCS Symposium 2017
I have recently published an editorial regarding permissive hypotension in Anaesthesia. The article can be found at the link below (paywall protected unfortunately but open access on 20/11/2017)
Permissive hypotension in trauma resuscitation: pop the clot vs. drain the brain?
This is the summary of the PowerPoint presentations from September’s consultant CPD teaching programme.
This month’s session provided an update on Intensive Care Medicine in line with the Royal College of Anaesthetists Matrix.
The following topic was covered by Dr Kris Bauchmuller and Dr Alastair Morgan (Consultant Intensivists, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust). The aim was to give an update on sepsis management.
Please click the link for a copy of the presentation.
ICM and Sepsis Update [2C03, 2C04]
NICE Guidelines for Sepsis Management
BMJ Sepsis Best Practice