Monitoring in Anesthesia
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Monitoring in Anesthesia: The presence of an appropriately trained and experienced Anesthesiologist is arguably one of the chief determinants of patient safety during Anesthesia. However, human error is inevitable and there is substantial evidence that proper monitoring reduces the probability of such errors. The use of monitors has given the Anesthesiologist the opportunity to provide a safer and more effective service to the patient requiring delicate surgery. Interpretation of the data from these monitors depends on a thorough knowledge of the clinical and technical aspects of the modality in use.
The monitoring knowledge required by an anesthesiologist has undergone a sea change in the last two decades, particularly in specialized cases. The role played by the monitors becomes even more critical in such conditions. This Monitoring pack aims to present the principles and clinical applications of these critical monitoring systems in a comprehensive manner.
- Lectures 19
- Tests 0
- Duration 15 hours
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self
- Basics of Electrocardiogram
- Interpretation of Chest X ray
- Arterial Pressure Monitoring
- Central venous pressure
- Pulmonary Artery Catheterisation
- Cardiac Output and Anesthesiologist
- Continuous cardiac output monitoring
- Hemodynamic Monitoring
- Hemodynamic Calculations Using Echocardiogram
- Clinical Pearls In Hemodynamic Monitoring
- Cardiac Pressure Volume loop
- Cerebral Oximetry in Cardiac Anesthesia Practice
- Gastric Ultrasound – Dr. Ekta Rai
- Lung ultrasound-Dr.Sivakumar
- Non routine monitoring in Anaesthesia
- Pacemaker and anesthesiologist
- Perioperative Arrhythmias
- Anesthesia for EP Study