Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology

by Brian Warriner, MD
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Anesthesiology for Beginners and Advanced Students

Are you uncertain about treating a patient with severe abdominal pain and evidence of internal damage? In this course you will gain a basic and advanced understanding of anesthesiology, helping you to manage such cases.

Dr. Brian Warriner, a renowned clinician and teacher, introduces you to anesthetic drugs and systems. For advanced learners, he expands on topics like the differences of general, regional and special anesthesia.

Moreover, this course includes:

  • Respiration and Cardiovascular System
  • Hemostasis and Acid Base Balance
  • The Pathophysiology of Pain
  • Analgesics and Case Reports

Course Details

  • Videos 90
  • Duration 5:47 h
  • Quiz questions 36
  • Articles 27

Content

Your Educators of course Anesthesiology

 Brian Warriner, MD

Brian Warriner, MD

Dr. Brian Warriner has been an active clinician and teacher in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and has published in the anesthesia and medical literature. He received his MD from UBC and – in 2009 – the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society Clinical Practitioner Award. Additionally, he was the Head of the UBC Department of Anesthesia from January 2002 until 2005 and the merged Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, UBC Faculty of Medicine.

He has traveled to Uganda in the last 5 years, volunteering and helping in the operating room at Mulago Hospital and with the medical teaching at Makerere University. Currently he operates as a health system accreditor/surveyor for Accreditation Canada.

Dr. Warriner’s research has been focused on the use of blood substitutes in surgical patients, the value of pre-operative beta blockers, the reversal of muscle relaxants and the prevention of post-operative nausea and vomiting.


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Thank You Dr. Warriner
By William S. on 22. November 2017 for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – Pathophysiology of Pain

I love that he tells us a story from his own life. Will help me remember this!

 
5 STARS!
By William S. on 22. November 2017 for Pathophysiology of Pain

I think Dr. Brian Warriner is wonderful! Explains everything really well - very simplified!

 
Study smart!!!
By Lawrence L. on 31. October 2017 for Emergencies

Superb ! it orientate me with the big picture and then dwells into the vital tricks and trade of the specialty !!! greatly recommended for medical students as a foundation course and interns as re enforcement of what you have learned !!! a very practical lecture and truly worthwhile to invest in!

 
Poor level of detail in lectures
By Saif K. on 05. October 2017 for Pathophysiology of Pain

Overall there is a lack of content specific terminology, No mention of gate control theory, different ways in classifying pain (traumatic, central, neurotic, infections, metabolic, idiopathic), no mention of the fibres involved, role of patient questionnaires to evaluate pain. I would suggest referring to a textbook for this topic.

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