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Essential Anesthesia From Science to Practice
-:- Pre-operative evaluation - Clinical management
-:- History - Clinical management
-:- Physical examination - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Laboratory evaluations and studies - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- NPO status - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Planned procedure - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Anesthetic choice - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Common disorders - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Pre-operative medication management
-:- Informed consent - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Airway management
-:- Examination of the airway - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Mask ventilation - Airway management techniques
-:- Laryngeal mask airway - Airway management techniques
-:- Endotracheal intubation: Oral intubation by direct laryngoscopy - Airway management techniques
-:- Can’t intubate situations
-:- Awake fiberoptic intubation - Airway management techniques
-:- Airway management plan
-:- Vascular access and fluid management
-:- Vascular access
-:- Peripheral venous cannulation - Vascular access
-:- Central venous catheterization - Vascular access
-:- IJ catheter placement technique - Vascular access
-:- Confirmation of intravenous location - Vascular access
-:- Pulmonary artery catheterization - Vascular access
-:- Fluid types - Fluid management
-:- Fluid requirements - Fluid management
-:- Blood loss - Fluid management
-:- Blood replacement - Fluid management
-:- Risks - Fluid management
-:- Regional anesthesia
-:- Neuraxial anesthesia
-:- Peripheral nerve blocks
-:- Intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA)
-:- Local anesthetic toxicity
-:- General anesthesia
-:- Induction, maintenance and emergence - General anesthesia
-:- Early post-operative care - Anesthesia
-:- Early post-operative pain - Anesthesia
-:- Desaturation - Anesthesia
-:- Hypotension - Anesthesia Early post-operative care
-:- Hypertension - Anesthesia Early post-operative care
-:- PACU discharge and Outpatients - Anesthesia Early post-operative care
-:- Continued post-operative care - Anesthesia
-:- Chronic pain - Anesthesia
-:- Monitoring - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Focused monitoring - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Instruments that supplement clinical monitoring - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Pulse oximetry - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- The electrocardiogram - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Monitoring respired gases - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Neuromuscular function - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Doppler and ultrasound - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- The electroencephalogram and evoked responses - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- Invasive monitors - Anesthesia Clinical management
-:- The anesthesia machine
-:- Systems without gas storage - The anesthesia machine
-:- Single-valve system with gas storage - The anesthesia machine
-:- Multi-valve system with gas storage - The anesthesia machine
-:- Systems with carbon dioxide absorption - The anesthesia machine
-:- Anesthesia and the cardiovascular system
-:- Blood pressure and its determinants
-:- Anesthesia in the patient with cardiovascular disease
-:- Cardiovascular problems during anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia and the lung
-:- Basic pulmonary physiology
-:- Purpose of breathing
-:- Control of breathing
-:- Mechanics of ventilation
-:- The work of breathing
-:- Matching of ventilation and perfusion
-:- Tissue oxygenation
-:- Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve
-:- Alveolar air equation
-:- The hypoxemic patient
-:- Studies of pulmonary function
-:- Spirometry
-:- Providing supplemental oxygen
-:- Pre-oxygenation/de-nitrogenation
-:- Mechanical ventilation
-:- Anesthesia in the patient with pulmonary disease
-:- Pulmonary problems during anesthesia
-:- Anesthesia and The brain
-:- Anesthesia and The stomach
-:- Anesthesia and The liver
-:- Anesthesia and The kidneys
-:- Anesthesia and The blood
-:- Approaching the anesthesia task with drugs
-:- Theories of anesthesia
-:- Pharmacologic preparation for anesthesia
-:- Intravenous anesthetics
-:- Inhalation anesthetics
-:- Uptake and distribution of inhaled anesthetics
-:- Nitrous oxide - anesthesia
-:- Comparing anesthesia effects on heart, lung, and brain
-:- The opioids
-:- Neuromuscular blockers and their antagonists
-:- The local anesthetics
-:- Additives - local anesthetics
-:- Bronchodilators
-:- The anticholinergic drugs - Cardiovascular drugs
-:- Drugs to raise blood pressure
-:- Drugs to lower blood pressure
-:- Antiarrhythmic drugs
-:- Anesthesia Clinical cases abbreviations
-:- Breast biopsy under conscious sedation
-:- Carpal tunnel release under Bier block
-:- Cataract removal under MAC(Monitored Anesthetic Care)
-:- Cesarean section under regional anesthesia
-:- Gastric bypass under general anesthesia
-:- AV shunt placement under peripheral nerve block
-:- Open repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm in a patient with coronary artery disease
-:- Trauma patient under general anesthesia