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Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today for our second Anesthesia Patient Safety Podcast Interview. Joining us from Arizona in the United States, we have anesthesia patient safety expert, Dr. Steve Barker, on the show today to discuss what got him interested in anesthesia patient safety, the importance of communication in patient safety, and anesthesia monitors. Tune in to find out Dr. Barker’s favorite anesthesia monitor and so much more. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/98-anesthesia-patient-safety-experts-interview-with-dr-steve-barker-part-1/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us for Part 2 of our series on anesthesia considerations following button battery ingestion in children. This week, we are reviewing the critical steps for management. Spoiler alert: Honey or Carafate administration may be recommended prior to emergent button battery removal.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/97-patient-safety-threat-button-battery-ingestion-in-children-part-2/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. We are discussing a pediatric patient safety threat today. Tune in to learn more about the dangers of button battery ingestion in children. Plus, we review what anesthesia professionals need to know about initial management and risk stratification. Spoiler alert, emergent endoscopy may be required.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/96-pediatric-patient-safety-threat-button-battery-ingestion/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. We are back for the exciting conclusion to our 2-Part Rapid Response series on the safe use of convective warmers during anesthesia care. Join us today for the response from Smiths Medical, the manufacturer for the Level 1 Equator Convective Warming Devices as well as recommendations for continued safe use of these devices from Dr. Jeffrey Feldman. This is an important conversation about how to keep patients safe and warm in the operating room. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/95-still-keeping-patients-warm-and-safe-with-convective-warming-systems/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Today, we discuss how to keep patients safe and warm in the operating room when using a convective warming system. This is a Rapid Response show from the February 2022 APSF Newsletter where we discuss two cases of thermal injuries sustained by patients while using convective warming systems during surgery under general anesthesia. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/94-keeping-patients-warm-and-safe-in-the-operating-room/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Do epidurals cause autism? Join us on the show today for Part 2 as we continue the discussion about this important patient safety concern on the labor and delivery wards. Spoiler alert: The answer is No. In fact, epidurals for labor analgesia are safe and effective. Thank you to Caroline Thomas for her contributions for the show today.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/93-epidural-and-autism-part-2/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Do epidurals cause autism? Join us on the show today as we discuss this important patient safety concern on the labor and delivery wards. Spoiler alert: The answer is No. In fact, epidurals for labor analgesia are safe and effective.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/92-no-epidurals-do-not-cause-autism-part-1/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today for Part 2 of our Anesthesia Patient Safety Podcast Interview with Dr. Alan Merry. Our conversation includes the role of simulation and skill-based training as well as the impact of the pandemic and war on patient safety. Dr. Merry also shares his experiences as the former Chair of the Board of the New Zealand Health Quality and Safety Commission and with the Lifebox organization. You will have to tune in to discover what Dr. Merry hopes to see going forward with anesthesia patient safety.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/91-anesthesia-patient-safety-experts-interview-with-dr-alan-merry-part-2/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today for our first Anesthesia Patient Safety Podcast Interview. Joining us from Auckland, New Zealand, we have an anesthesia patient safety expert, Dr. Alan Merry, on the show today to discuss what got him interested in anesthesia patient safety, practicing anaesthesia in New Zealand as well as medication safety and simulation.  © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/90-anesthesia-patient-safety-experts-interview-with-dr-alan-merry-part-1/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today as we dive back into the February 2022 APSF Newsletter article to learn about endotracheal tube securement and prevention of unplanned extubation events and related resources to help keep patients safe. We have more exclusive content from one of the authors, Lauren Berkow, MD and you will not want to miss Part 2 of this series.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/89-unplanned-extubation-events-prevention/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today as we dive into the February 2022 APSF Newsletter article to learn about the incidence and risk factors for unplanned extubation events. Spoiler alert:  This event places patients at risk for major complications and comes with a high cost burden. Plus, we have exclusive content from one of the authors, Lauren Berkow, MD. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/88-unplanned-extubation-part-1-incidence-and-risk-factors/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today as we review the latest recommendations from the APSF and the ASA on the timing for elective surgery for patients following infection with COVID-19 to help minimize postoperative complications and keep patients safe. Tune in to hear answers to some of the following questions: Is the patient still infectious? What is the appropriate length of time to wait between recovery from COVID and surgery in terms of the risk to the patient for perioperative complications?Is repeat testing necessary?© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/87-timing-for-surgery-following-covid-19-infection-and-postoperative-complications/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Today, we are talking about Second Victim Syndrome which is critical to acknowledge, recognize, and treat following an unexpected adverse event. Our featured article is from the October 2021 APSF Newsletter by Stephanie Davidson called “Primum Non Nocere But What Happens Next?” Tune in to find out what happens next and hear from the author as well.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/86-primum-non-nocere-but-what-happens-next/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today as we continue our discussion of advanced technology and quantitative neuromuscular monitoring devices. Plus, we will discuss the rollout of these new monitors in an anesthesiology department. If you are looking to incorporate quantitative neuromuscular monitoring in your department and practice, it will require time, money, education, training, and culture change, but it is a critical step help keep patients safe.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/85-quantitative-neuromuscular-monitoring-now-and-going-forward/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. On the show today, we might be in a NORA location or back in the operating room or in the Intensive Care Unit because we are discussing a device that may be used anywhere neuromuscular blocking agents are administered. That’s right, we are discussing advancements in neuromuscular monitoring. Have you used a quantitative neuromuscular monitor today? This is an important monitor to keep patients safe during anesthesia care.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/84-keeping-patients-safe-and-strong-with-quantitative-neuromuscular-monitoring/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Our theme today is NORA patient safety. Join us for a closer look at the “Statement on Non-operating Room Anaesthetizing Locations” guidelines from the ASA before we jump back into our featured article, “Safety in Non-operating room locations.” Spoiler alert: This is an opportunity for anesthesia professionals to lead these multidisciplinary teams towards improved patient safety.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/83-keeping-patients-safe-during-nora-part-2/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. We are staying put in our NORA location as we review an article from the June 2019 APSF Newsletter, “Safety in Non-operating Room Locations.” Tune in to learn more about the challenges of providing safe patient care in these areas related to patient issues, personnel and support team issues, and equipment and monitoring.© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/82-keeping-patients-safe-during-nora/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today from a NORA location, the CT-suite, as we discuss an emergency response protocol for Massive Hemoptysis following CT-guided lung biopsy. This protocol is a vital step towards improved communication and teamwork in a multidisciplinary team to respond quickly in an emergency. The goals for the protocol include securing the airway, lung isolation, vascular access, consultation of specialists. Tune in to learn more!!© 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/81-massive-hemoptysis-in-the-ct-suite/ 
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today as we move out of the operating room and head offsite to discuss keeping patients safe during non-operating room anesthesia (NORA). The focus for the show today is the implementation of a time-out checklist in NORA. We also discuss a rare and catastrophic case of massive hemoptysis during a NORA procedure and the development of a rapid emergency response protocol. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/80-using-a-time-out-to-keep-patients-safe-during-nora/
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel.  This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety.The theme for our first show of 2022 is maternal patient safety with a spotlight on iron deficiency anemia in pregnancy. Tune in to learn more about the diagnosis, treatment options, and the role for anesthesia professionals. Plus, we have exclusive content from one of the authors that you do not want to miss. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/79-anemia-iron-supplements-and-maternal-patient-safety/
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