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Anesthesiology
-:- The Practice of Anesthesiology
-:- The History of Anesthesia
-:- Inhalation Anesthesia
-:- Local & Regional Anesthesia
-:- Intravenous Anesthesia
-:- Evolution of the Specialty
-:- The Scope of Anesthesia
-:- The Operating Room Environment: Safety Culture
-:- The Operating Room Environment: Medical Gas Systems
-:- Environmental Factors in the Operating Room
-:- Electrical Safety in the Operating Room
-:- Fire Prevention & Preparation in the Operating Room
-:- Fire Extinguishers in the Operating Room
-:- Laser Safety in the Operating Room
-:- Crew Resource Management in the Operating Room
-:- Future Design of Operating Rooms
-:- Anesthetic Equipment & Monitors : Breathing Systems
-:- Insufflation
-:- Open Drop and Draw Over Anesthesia
-:- Mapleson Circuits
-:- Components of Mapleson Circuits
-:- Performance Characteristics of Mapleson Circuits
-:- The Circle System
-:- Components of the Circle System
-:- Optimization of Circle System Design
-:- Performance Characteristics of the Circle System
-:- Disadvantages of the Circle System
-:- Resuscitation Breathing Systems
-:- The Anesthesia Machine
-:- Anesthesia Gas Supply
-:- Anesthesia Flow Control Circuits
-:- Anesthesia The Breathing Circuit
-:- Anesthesia Ventilators
-:- Anesthesia Ventilator Circuit Design
-:- Anesthesia Ventilators Pressure & Volume Monitoring
-:- Problems Associated with Anesthesia Ventilators
-:- Anesthesia Waste Gas Scavengers
-:- Anesthesia Machine Checkout List
-:- Arterial Blood Pressure
-:- Noninvasive Arterial Blood Pressure Monitoring Indications
-:- Invasive Arterial Blood Pressure Monitoring
-:- Electrocardiography
-:- Central Venous Catheterization
-:- Pulmonary Artery Catheterization
-:- Cardiac Output
-:- Precordial & Esophageal Stethoscopes - Respiratory Gas Exchange Monitors
-:- Pulse Oximetry - Respiratory Gas Exchange Monitors
-:- Capnography
-:- Anesthetic Gas Analysis
-:- Electroencephalography - Neurological System Monitors
-:- Evoked Potentials - Neurological System Monitors
-:- Cerebral Oximetry and Other Neurological System Monitors of the Brain
-:- Temperature Monitors
-:- Urinary Output Monitors
-:- Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
-:- Pharmacokinetics: Absorption
-:- Pharmacokinetics: Distribution
-:- Pharmacokinetics: Biotransformation
-:- Pharmacokinetics: Excretion
-:- Pharmacokinetics: Compartment Models
-:- Pharmacodynamics
-:- Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Factors Affecting Inspiratory Concentration
-:- Factors Affecting Alveolar Concentration
-:- Factors Affecting Arterial Concentration
-:- Factors Affecting Elimination
-:- Theories of Anesthetic Action
-:- Anesthetic Neurotoxicity
-:- Anesthetic Neuroprotection and Cardiac Preconditioning
-:- Minimum Alveolar Concentration
-:- Nitrous Oxide - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Halothane - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Isoflurane - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Desflurane - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Sevoflurane - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Xenon - Clinical Pharmacology of Inhalation Anesthetics
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Barbiturates
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Benzodiazepines
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Ketamine
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Etomidate
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Propofol
-:- Intravenous Anesthetics: Fospropofol
-:- Analgesic Agents: Opioids
-:- Analgesic Agents: Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors
-:- Neuromuscular Transmission
-:- Neuromuscular Blocking Agents: Mechanism Of Action
-:- Other Mechanisms of Neuromuscular Blockade
-:- Reversal of Neuromuscular Blockade
-:- Response to Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
-:- DepolarizingMuscle Relaxants: Succinylcholine
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Unique Pharmacological Characteristics
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: General Pharmacological Characteristics
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Atracurium
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Cisatracurium
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Pancuronium
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Vecuronium
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Rocuronium
-:- Nondepolarizing Muscle Relaxants: Other Relaxants
-:- Newer Muscle Relaxants
-:- Cholinergic Pharmacology
-:- Cholinergic Pharmacology: Mechanism of Action
-:- Cholinergic Pharmacology: Clinical Pharmacology
-:- Cholinesterase Inhibitors: Neostigmine
-:- Cholinesterase Inhibitors: Pyridostigmine
-:- Cholinesterase Inhibitors: Edrophonium
-:- Cholinesterase Inhibitors: Physostigmine
-:- Non Classic Reversal Agents
-:- Sugammadex
-:- L Cysteine
-:- Anticholinergic Drugs
-:- Specific Anticholinergic Drugs
-:- Adrenoceptor Physiology
-:- Adrenergic Agonists
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Phenylephrine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Epinephrine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Ephedrine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Norepinephrine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Dopamine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Isoproterenol
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Dobutamine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Dopexamine
-:- Adrenergic Agonists: Fenoldopam
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Αlpha Blockers Phentolamine
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Mixed Antagonists Labetalol
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Beta Blockers
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Esmolol
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Metoprolol
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Propranolol
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Nebivolol
-:- Adrenergic Antagonists: Carvedilol
-:- Perioperative Βeta Blocker Therapy
-:- Hypotensive Agents
-:- Nitrovasodilators: Sodium Nitroprusside
-:- Nitrovasodilators: Nitroglycerin
-:- Nitrovasodilators: Hydralazine
-:- Non-Nitrovasodilator Hypotensive Agents: Fenoldopam
-:- Non-Nitrovasodilator Hypotensive Agents: Calcium Antagonists
-:- Mechanisms of Local Anesthetic Action
-:- Local Anesthetic: Structure Activity Relationships
-:- Local Anesthetic: Pharmacokinetics
-:- Local Anesthetic: Effects on Organ Systems
-:- Local Anesthetic: Drug Interactions
-:- Aspiration
-:- Aspiration: Histamine Receptor Antagonists
-:- Aspiration: H1-Receptor Antagonists
-:- Aspiration: H2-Receptor Antagonists
-:- Aspiration: Antacids
-:- Aspiration: Metoclopramide
-:- Aspiration: Proton Pump Inhibitors
-:- Postoperative Nausea & Vomiting PONV
-:- 5 HT3 Receptor Antagonists
-:- Butyrophenones
-:- Dexamethasone
-:- Neurokinin 1 Receptor Antagonist
-:- Adjuncts to Anesthesia: Ketorolac
-:- Clonidine
-:- Dexmedetomidine
-:- Doxapram
-:- Naloxone
-:- Naltrexone
-:- Flumazenil
-:- Preoperative Evaluation
-:- Elements of the Preoperative History
-:- Elements of the Preoperative Physical Examination
-:- Preoperative Laboratory Testing
-:- Premedication
-:- Documentation - Clinical Anesthesiology
-:- Airway Management: Anatomy
-:- Routine Airway Management
-:- Airway Assessment
-:- Airway Management Equipment
-:- Airway Management Positioning
-:- Airway Preoxygenation
-:- Bag and Mask Ventilation
-:- Supraglottic Airway Devices
-:- Endotracheal Intubation
-:- Larygoscopes
-:- Video Laryngoscopes
-:- Techniques of Direct and Indirect Laryngoscopy & Intubation
-:- Surgical Airway Techniques
-:- Problems Following Intubation
-:- Techniques of Extubation
-:- Complications of Laryngoscopy & Intubation
-:- Cardiovascular Physiology & Anesthesia
-:- Physiology & Anesthesia: The Heart
-:- Cardiac Action Potentials
-:- Initiation & Conduction of the Cardiac Impulse
-:- Mechanism of Heart Contraction
-:- Innervation of the Heart
-:- The Cardiac Cycle
-:- Determinants of Ventricular Performance
-:- Assessment of Ventricular Function
-:- Systemic Circulation
-:- Autonomic Control of the Systemic Vasculature
-:- Arterial Blood Pressure
-:- Anatomy & Physiology of the Coronary Circulation
-:- Effects of Anesthetic Agents on Heart
-:- Compensatory Mechanisms
-:- Anesthesia for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease
-:- Perioperative Cardiovascular Evaluation and Preparation for Noncardiac Surgery
-:- Coronary Artery Disease
-:- Hypertension
-:- Hypertension:Preoperative Management
-:- Hypertension: Intraoperative Management
-:- Hypertension: Postoperative Management
-:- Ischemic Heart Disease
-:- Ischemic Heart Disease: Preoperative Management
-:- Ischemic Heart Disease: Intraoperative Management
-:- Ischemic Heart Disease: Monitoring
-:- Arrhythmias, Pacemakers, and Internal Cardioverter-Defibrillator Management
-:- Heart Failure
-:- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
-:- Valvular Heart Disease: General Evaluation of Patients
-:- Mitral Stenosis
-:- Mitral Regurgitation
-:- Mitral Valve Prolapse
-:- Aortic Stenosis
-:- Calculating Aortic Valve Area & Transvalvular Gradient
-:- Aortic Regurgitation
-:- Tricuspid Regurgitation
-:- Endocarditis Prophylaxis
-:- Anticoagulation
-:- Congenital Heart Disease
-:- Obstructive Lesions
-:- Predominantly Left-to-Right (Simple) Shunts
-:- Predominantly Right-to-Left (Complex) Shunts
-:- The Patient with a Transplanted Heart
-:- Cardiopulmonary Bypass
-:- Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Systemic Hypothermia
-:- Myocardial Preservation
-:- Physiological Effects of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Adults
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Preinduction Period
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Prebypass Period
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Bypass Period
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Termination of CPB
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Postbypass Period
-:- Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Surgery: Postoperative Period
-:- Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
-:- Pediatric Patients
-:- Cardiac Transplantation
-:- Cardiac Transplantation: Anesthetic Management
-:- Pericardial Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Surgery on the Aorta
-:- Specific Lesions of the Aorta
-:- Anesthetic Management
-:- Anesthesia for Carotid Artery Surgery
-:- Functional Respiratory Anatomy
-:- Mechanisms of Breathing
-:- Lung Mechanics
-:- Ventilation/Perfusion Relationships
-:- Alveolar, Arterial, & Venous Gas Tensions
-:- Transport of Respiratory Gases in Blood
-:- Control of Breathing
-:- Nonrespiratory Functions of the Lung
-:- Anesthesia : Pulmonary Risk Factors
-:- Anesthesia : Asthma
-:- Anesthesia : Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
-:- Anesthesia : Restrictive Pulmonary Disease
-:- Anesthesia : Acute Intrinsic Pulmonary Disorders
-:- Anesthesia : Chronic Intrinsic Pulmonary Disorders
-:- Anesthesia : Extrinsic Restrictive Pulmonary Disorders
-:- Anesthesia : Pulmonary Embolism
-:- Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery: The Lateral Decubitus Position
-:- Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery: The Open Pneumothorax
-:- Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery: One Lung Ventilation
-:- Physiological Considerations During Thoracic Anesthesia
-:- Techniques for One-Lung Ventilation
-:- Anesthesia for Lung Resection: Preoperative Considerations
-:- Anesthesia for Lung Resection: Anesthetic Considerations
-:- Special Considerations for Patients Undergoing Lung Resection
-:- Anesthesia for Tracheal Resection
-:- Anesthesia for Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS)
-:- Anesthesia for Diagnostic Thoracic Procedures
-:- Anesthesia for Lung Transplantation
-:- Anesthesia for Esophageal Surgery
-:- Cerebral Metabolism
-:- Cerebral Blood Flow
-:- Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow
-:- Blood Brain Barrier
-:- Cerebrospinal Fluid
-:- Intracranial Pressure
-:- Effect of Anesthetic Agents on Cerebral Physiology
-:- Physiology of Brain Protection
-:- Intracranial Hypertension
-:- Anesthesia & Craniotomy for Patients with Mass Lesions
-:- Anesthesia for Surgery in the Posterior Fossa
-:- Anesthesia for Stereotactic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Head Trauma
-:- Anesthesia & Craniotomy for Intracranial Aneurysms & Arteriovenous Malformations
-:- Anesthesia for Surgery on the Spine
-:- Anesthesia for Cerebrovascular Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Seizure Disorders
-:- Anesthesia for Parkinson Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Alzheimer Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Multiple Sclerosis
-:- Anesthesia for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
-:- Anesthesia for Guillain Barre Syndrome
-:- Anesthesia for Autonomic Dysfunction
-:- Anesthesia for Syringomyelia
-:- Anesthesia for Spinal Cord Injury
-:- Anesthesia for Depression
-:- Anesthesia for Bipolar Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Schizophrenia
-:- Anesthesia for Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
-:- Anesthesia for Substance Abuse
-:- Renal Physiology & Anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia: The Nephron
-:- Anesthesia: The Renal Circulation
-:- Renal Blood Flow & Glomerular Filtration
-:- Effects of Anesthesia & Surgery on Renal Function
-:- Anesthesia: Diuretics
-:- Anesthesia: Osmotic Diuretics Mannitol
-:- Anesthesia: Loop Diuretics
-:- Anesthesia: Thiazide & Thiazide Like Diuretics
-:- Anesthesia: Potassium Sparing Diuretics
-:- Anesthesia: Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors
-:- Anesthesia for Patients with Kidney Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Evaluating Renal Function
-:- Altered Renal Function the Effects of Anesthetic Agents
-:- Anesthesia for Patients with Kidney Failure
-:- Anesthesia for Patients with Mild to Moderate Renal Impairment
-:- Anesthesia for Cystoscopy
-:- Anesthesia for Transurethral Resection of the Prostate
-:- Anesthesia for Lithotripsy
-:- Anesthesia for Noncancer Surgery of the Upper Ureter & Kidney
-:- Anesthesia: Surgery For Urological Malignancies
-:- Anesthesia: Surgery For Urological Malignancies: Prostate Cancer
-:- Anesthesia: Surgery For Urological Malignancies: Bladder Cancer
-:- Anesthesia: Surgery For Urological Malignancies: Testicular Cancer
-:- Anesthesia: Surgery For Urological Malignancies: Renal Cancer
-:- Anesthesia for Renal Transplantation
-:- Hepatic Physiology and Functional Anatomy
-:- Liver Tests
-:- Effect of Anesthesia on Hepatic Function
-:- Anesthesia for Coagulation in Liver Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Acute Hepatitis
-:- Anesthesia for Chronic Hepatitis
-:- Anesthesia for Cirrhosis
-:- Anesthesia for Hepatic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Special Situations
-:- The Pancreas Physiology
-:- Anesthesia for Diabetes Mellitus
-:- The Thyroid Physiology
-:- Anesthesia for Hyperthyroidism
-:- Anesthesia for Hypothyroidism
-:- The Parathyroid Glands Physiology
-:- Anesthesia for Hyperparathyroidism
-:- Anesthesia for Hypoparathyroidism
-:- The Adrenal Gland Physiology
-:- Anesthesia for Mineralocorticoid Excess
-:- Anesthesia for Mineralocorticoid Deficiency
-:- Anesthesia for Glucocorticoid Excess
-:- Anesthesia for Glucocorticoid Deficiency
-:- Anesthesia for Catecholamine Excess
-:- Anesthesia for Obesity
-:- Anesthesia for Carcinoid Syndrome
-:- Anesthesia for Patients with Neuromuscular Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Myasthenia Gravis
-:- Anesthesia for Paraneoplastic Neuromu Scularsyndromes
-:- Anesthesia for Muscular Dystrophies
-:- Anesthesia for Myotonias
-:- Anesthesia for Periodic Paralysis
-:- Anesthesia for Intraocular Pressure Dynamics
-:- Anesthesia for the Oculocardiac Reflex
-:- Anesthesia for Intraocular Gas Expansion
-:- Anesthesia for Systemic Effects of Ophthalmic Drugs
-:- General Anesthesia for Ophthalmic Surgery
-:- Regional Anesthesia for Ophthalmic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Endoscopy
-:- Anesthesia for Nasal & Sinus Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Head & Neck Cancer Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Maxillofacial Reconstruction & Orthognathic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Ear Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Orthopedic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Perioperative Management Considerations in Orthopedic Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Fracture of the Hip
-:- Anesthesia for Total Hip Arthroplasty
-:- Anesthesia for Closed Reduction of Hip Dislocation
-:- Anesthesia for Knee Arthroscopy
-:- Anesthesia for Total Knee Replacement
-:- Anesthesia for Shoulder Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Distal Upper Extremity Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Trauma & Emergency Surgery
-:- Anesthesia for Primary Survey
-:- Anesthesia for Resuscitation
-:- Anesthesia for Definitive Trauma Interventions
-:- Anesthesia for Traumatic Brain Injury
-:- Anesthesia for Spinal Cord Injury
-:- Anesthesia for Burns
-:- Anesthesia for Physiological Changes During Pregnancy
-:- Anesthesia for Uteroplacental Circulation
-:- Physiology of Normal Labor
-:- Effect of Labor on Maternal Physiology
-:- Effect of Anesthetic Agents on Uterine Activity & Labor
-:- Fetal Physiology
-:- Physiological Transition of the Fetus at Birth
-:- Anesthetic Risk in Obstetric Patients
-:- General Approach to the Obstetric Patient
-:- Anesthesia for Labor & Vaginal Delivery
-:- Regional Anesthetic Techniques: Spinal Opioids Alone
-:- Regional Anesthetic Techniques: Local Anesthetic/Local Anesthetic Opioid Mixtures
-:- Anesthesia for Cesarean Section
-:- Anesthesia for Cesarean Section: Regional Anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia for Cesarean Section: General Anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia for Emergency Cesarean Section
-:- Anesthesia for Umbilical Cord Prolapse
-:- Anesthesia for Dystocia & Abnormal Fetal Presentations & Positions
-:- Anesthesia for Multiple Gestations
-:- Anesthesia for Antepartum Hemorrhage
-:- Anesthesia for Premature Rupture of Membranes & Chorioamnionitis
-:- Anesthesia for Preterm Labor
-:- Anesthesia for Hypertensive Disorders
-:- Anesthesia for Heart Disease
-:- Anesthesia for Amniotic Fluid Embolism
-:- Anesthesia for Postpartum Hemorrhage
-:- Anesthesia for Fetal Resuscitation
-:- Anesthesia for Neonatal Resuscitation
-:- Pediatric Anesthesia: Anatomic & Physiological Development
-:- Pediatric Anesthesia: Pharmacological Differences
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Risk
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Preoperative Considerations
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Monitoring
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Induction
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Intravenous Induction
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Inhalational Induction
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Intravenous Access
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Tracheal Intubation
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Maintenance
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Perioperative Fluid Requirements
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Sedation for Procedures in and out of the Operating Room
-:- Pediatric Anesthetic Techniques: Emergence & Recovery
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Prematurity
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Intestinal Malrotation & Volvulus
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Tracheoesophageal Fistula
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Gastroschisis & Omphalocele
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Infectious Croup, Foreign Body Aspiration, & Acute Epiglottitis
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Myringotomy & Insertion of Tympanostomy Tubes
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Trisomy 21 Syndrome Down Syndrome
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Cystic Fibrosis
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Scoliosis
-:- Geriatric Anesthesia
-:- Age-Related Anatomic & Physiological Changes
-:- Age-Related Pharmacological Changes
-:- Ambulatory, Non operating Room, & Office-Based Anesthesia
-:- Advances in Ambulatory Anesthesia and Surgery
-:- Candidates for Ambulatory and Office Based Anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia: Specific Patient Conditions and Ambulatory Surgery
-:- Anesthesia: Intraoperative Considerations
-:- Post Anesthesia Recovery and Discharge
-:- Anesthesia: Discharge Criteria
-:- Unanticipated Hospital Admission Following Ambulatory Surgery
-:- Anesthesia: Non Operating Room Anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia: Special Considerations in Out of the Operating Room Locations
-:- Spinal, Epidural & Caudal Blocks
-:- The Role of Neuraxial Anesthesia in Anesthetic Practice
-:- Anatomy of Vertebral Column
-:- Anatomy of The Spinal Cord
-:- Spinal, Epidural & Caudal Blocks: Mechanism of Action
-:- Clinical Considerations Common to Spinal & Epidural Blocks
-:- Spinal Anesthesia
-:- Epidural Anesthesia
-:- Epidural Needles and Epidural Catheters
-:- Specific Techniques for Epidural Anesthesia
-:- Activating an Epidural
-:- Epidural Anesthesia: Factors Affecting Level of Block
-:- Epidural Anesthetic Agents
-:- Epidural Anesthesia: Local Anesthetic pH Adjustment
-:- Failed Epidural Blocks
-:- Caudal Anesthesia
-:- Complications of Neuraxial Blocks
-:- Complications Associated with Excessive Responses to Appropriately Placed Drug
-:- Complications Associated with Needle or Catheter Insertion
-:- Complications Associated with Drug Toxicity
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Patient Selection
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Risks & Contraindications
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Choice of Local Anesthetic
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Preparation
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Block Techniques
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Brachial Plexus Anatomy
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Interscalene Block
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Supraclavicular Block
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Infraclavicular Block
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Axillary Block
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Blocks of the Terminal Nerves
-:- Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Intravenous Regional Anesthesia
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Lumbar & Sacral Plexus Anatomy
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Femoral Nerve Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Obturator Nerve Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Posterior Lumbar Plexus (Psoas Compartment) Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Saphenous Nerve Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Sciatic Nerve Block
-:- Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Ankle Block
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks of the Trunk: Superficial Cervical Plexus Block
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks of the Trunk: Intercostal Block
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks of the Trunk: Paravertebral Block
-:- Peripheral Nerve Blocks of the Trunk: Transversus Abdominis Plane Block
-:- Anesthesia: Chronic Pain Management
-:- Definitions & Classification of Chronic Pain
-:- Pain Pathways
-:- Physiology of Nociception
-:- Pathophysiology of Chronic Pain
-:- Systemic Responses to Pain
-:- Evaluation of the Patient with Chronic Pain
-:- Entrapment Syndromes
-:- Myofascial Pain
-:- Fibromyalgia
-:- Low Back Pain & Related Syndromes
-:- Neuropathic Pain
-:- Acute Herpes Zoster & Postherpetic Neuralgia - Chronic Pain Management
-:- Headache - Chronic Pain Management
-:- Abdominal Pain - Chronic Pain Management
-:- Cancer Related Pain - Chronic Pain Management
-:- Interventional Therapies: Pharmacological Interventions
-:- Diagnostic & Therapeutic Blocks
-:- Trigeminal Nerve Block
-:- Facial Nerve Block
-:- Glossopharyngeal Block
-:- Occipital Nerve Block
-:- Suprascapular Nerve Block
-:- Cervical Paravertebral Nerve Blocks
-:- Thoracic Paravertebral Nerve Block
-:- Lumbar Paravertebral Nerve Blocks
-:- Cervical, Thoracic & Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks
-:- Trans-Sacral Nerve Block
-:- Pudendal Nerve Block
-:- Sympathetic Nerve Blocks
-:- Cervicothoracic (Stellate) Block
-:- Splanchnic Nerve Block
-:- Celiac Plexus Block
-:- Lumbar Sympathetic Block
-:- Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block
-:- Ganglion Impar Block
-:- Intravenous Regional Block
-:- Epidural Injections
-:- Radio frequency Ablation & Cryoneurolysis
-:- Chemical Neurolysis
-:- Differential Neural Blockade
-:- Neuromodulation
-:- Vertebral Augmentation
-:- Multidisciplinary Treatment
-:- Evolution of Enhanced Recovery Programs
-:- Anesthetic Management: Preoperative Period
-:- Anesthetic Management: Intraoperative Period
-:- Anesthetic Management: Postoperative Period
-:- Anesthetic Management: Issues in the Implementation of Enhanced Recovery Programs
-:- Nomenclature of Solutions
-:- Fluid Compartments
-:- Disorders of Water Balance
-:- Disorders of Water Balance: Control of Plasma Osmolality
-:- Disorders of Water Balance: Hyperosmolality & Hypernatremia
-:- Disorders of Water Balance: Hypoosmolality & Hyponatremia
-:- Disorders of Sodium Balance
-:- Disorders of Potassium Balance
-:- Intercompartmental Shifts of Potassium
-:- Hypokalemia
-:- Hyperkalemia
-:- Disorders of Calcium Balance: Normal Calcium Balance
-:- Hypercalcemia
-:- Hypocalcemia
-:- Disorders of Phosphorus Balance
-:- Normal Phosphorus Balance
-:- Hyperphosphatemia
-:- Hypophosphatemia
-:- Disorders of Magnesium Balance
-:- Normal Magnesium Balance
-:- Hypermagnesemia
-:- Hypomagnesemia
-:- Acid-Base Management
-:- Hydrogen Ion Concentration & pH
-:- Acids & Bases
-:- Strong Ion Difference
-:- Conjugate Pairs & Buffers
-:- Acid-Base Clinical Disorders
-:- Body Buffers
-:- Respiratory Compensation
-:- Renal Acid-Base Compensation
-:- Physiological Effects of Acidemia
-:- Respiratory Acidosis
-:- Metabolic Acidosis
-:- Anesthetic considerations in Patients With Acidosis
-:- Physiological Effects of Alkalosis
-:- Respiratory Alkalosis
-:- Metabolic Alkalosis
-:- Anesthetic Considerations in Patients With Alkalemia
-:- Diagnosis of Acid Base Disorders
-:- Measurement of Blood Gas Tensions & pH
-:- Evaluation of Intravascular Volume
-:- Intravenous Fluids
-:- Perioperative Fluid Therapy
-:- Transfusion
-:- Complications of Blood Transfusion
-:- Alternative Strategies for Management of Blood Loss During Surgery
-:- Thermoregulation & Hypothermia
-:- Malignant Hyperthermia
-:- Basic Nutritional Needs
-:- How to Feed the Patient
-:- Complications of Nutritional Support
-:- Specific Nutrients
-:- Enteral Nutrition and NIL Per OS Rules Priorto Elective Surgery
-:- TPN and Surgery
-:- Litigation and Anesthetic Complications
-:- Adverse Anesthetic Outcomes
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Mortality and Brain Injury
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Vascular Cannulation
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Obstetric Anesthesia
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Regional Anesthesia
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Pediatric Anesthesia
-:- Out of the Operating Room Anesthesia and Monitored Anesthesia Care
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Equipment Problems
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Quality Management
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Airway Injury
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Peripheral Nerve Injury
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Awareness
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Eye Injury
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Cardiopulmonary Arrest During Spinal Anesthesia
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Hearing Loss
-:- Anesthetic Complications: Allergic Reactions
-:- Occupational Hazards in Anesthesiology
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Airway
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Breathing
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Circulation
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Defibrillation
-:- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Recommended Resuscitation Protocols
-:- Postanesthesia Care
-:- The Postanesthesia Care Unit
-:- Emergence From General Anesthesia
-:- Transport From the Operating Room to the PACU
-:- Routine Recovery
-:- Respiratory Complications
-:- Circulatory Complications
-:- Critical Care
-:- Economic, Ethical, & Legal Issues in Critical Care
-:- Respiratory Care
-:- Medical Gas Therapy
-:- Classifying Oxygen Therapy Equipment
-:- Ambient Oxygen Therapy Equipment: Variable-Performance Equipment
-:- Ambient Oxygen Therapy Equipment: Fixed-Performance (High-Flow) Equipment
-:- Ambient Oxygen Therapy Equipment: Hazards of Oxygen Therapy
-:- Mechanical Ventilation
-:- Positive-Pressure Ventilators
-:- Care of Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation
-:- Discontinuing Mechanical Ventilation
-:- Positive Airway Pressure Therapy
-:- Other Respiratory Care Techniques
-:- Respiratory Failure
-:- Pulmonary Edema
-:- Increased Transmural Pressure Pulmonary Edema (“Cardiogenic” Pulmonary Edema)
-:- Increased Permeability Pulmonary Edema (Noncardiogenic Pulmonary Edema): Acute Lung Injury & ARDS
-:- Critical Care: Drowning & Near Drowning
-:- Critical Care: Smoke Inhalation
-:- Acute Myocardial Infarction
-:- Acute Kidney Injury & Failure
-:- Prerenal Azotemia
-:- Postrenal Azotemia
-:- Reversible Azotemia Versus AKI
-:- Infections & Sepsis
-:- Pathophysiology of SIRS
-:- Infections In the ICU
-:- Septic Shock
-:- Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage
-:- End-of-Life Care
-:- Patient Safety Issues
-:- Quality of Care Performance Improvement Issues