Like everything in medicine, anesthesia care needs to be individualized, always keeping the patient’s needs at the forefront. There are special or complex circumstances when anesthetic interventions need to be modified to ensure the best possible outcomes.
In this course, the student will be given an overview of the most important considerations in pediatric anesthesia, thoracic anesthesia, cardiac anesthesia, and neuroanesthesia.
For optimal understanding, the student should be familiar with the core knowledge required for anesthesiology in adult patients, along with a basic understanding of pediatrics.
Excellent presentations…I learned a lot from Dr. Brian Warriner. This is my first complete course on Anesthesia and i liked a lot. The pain management, palliative care and ICU aspect have a clinical relevance to any clinical practitioner or would be clinical practitioner. I used to think Internist usually go ICU residence but as I learned from Dr. Warriner that in Canada it is ICU program is available primarily for Anesthesiologist. Dr. Warriner will be remembered for this extraordinary Anesthesia course and I wish him peace and serenity.
Thanks for everything :D This was an awesome collection of information for anesthesiology!
Excellente Lecture, thank you for everything Dr. Warriner . Rest in peace
Brilliant lecture series, really helpful as this is going to come up on my finals and hasn't been covered at my university! Thank you very much.