General Anesthesia

by Brian Warriner, MD

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    The lecture General Anesthesia by Brian Warriner, MD is from the course Anesthesiology: Advanced. It contains the following chapters:

    • Pre-Operative Assassement of the Patient
    • Induction of Anesthesia
    • Securing the Airway
    • Intubating the Patient
    • Continuing the Anesthetic
    • Recovery
    • The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit

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    1. If the patient is not adequately stablized for the surgery.
    2. Whenever the patient suffers from any form of heart disease.
    3. If the surgery is classed as an emergency.
    4. If the patient has eaten in the last 24 hours.
    1. Easy to perform but not a very specific test.
    2. Is a very accurate method to assess the airway.
    3. Should be done several days before surgery.
    4. Can only be performed by a qualified anesthesiologist.
    1. Extension at the C1-C2 spine and flexion at the C6-C7 spind.
    2. The position in which the mask feels most tightly applied to the face.
    3. Aligns the airway so that the trachea is pushed posteriorly in the throat.
    4. A position to be avoided during intubation.
    1. The ease of visibility of the vocal cords during attempts to intubate.
    2. The size of the mouth and the relationship of uvula to oro-pharynx.
    3. Length of the endotracheal tube that should be used in each patient.
    4. The liklihood that the patient will suffer post-operative nausea and vomiting.

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     Brian Warriner, MD

    Brian Warriner, MD

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    Really great material …
    By Rohan d. on 24. April 2016 for General Anesthesia

    Really great material and stunning lecturing! Having a challenge with visual part of the lecture getting stuck while audio is continues.