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Jeffrey Feldman MD commented on physician burn and coaching and the failure of not recognizing the role and importance of professionalism as a strategy to both prevent burnout and enhance patient care. Danielle Galia CRNA wondered about the effect of intraoperative opioid sparing on post op pain. Elliiot J. Krane MD asked what’s the evidence that opioid induced hyperalgesia actually occurs in humans? Allison Fernandez MD reviewed the next installments of Women of Impact in Anesthesiology (https://www.asahq.org/education-and-career/women-of-impact)
EEG part 3
Myron Yaster MD, Ian Yuan MD, and C. Dean Kurth MD
Original observational article
Yuan I, Xu T, Skowno J, et al. Isoelectric Electroencephalography in Infants and Toddlers during Anesthesia for Surgery: An International Observational Study. Anesthesiology. Aug 1 2022;137(2):187-200. PMID: 35503999
In this 3d PAAD on using EEG to guide intraoperative propofol and sevoflurane administration the authors ask: What is the prevalence of isoelectric events in infants and children and does it have perioperative adverse effects?
Spina Bifida Part 1
Myron Yaster MD and Lynne Maxwell MD
Bermans J Iskandar and Richard H Finnell. Spina Bifida. N Engl J Med. 2022 Aug 4;387(5):444-450. PMID: 3592145
A neurosurgeon reviews the surgical and medical management of spina bifida.
Spina Bifida part 2
Debnath Chatterjee, MD, FAAP
Dr. Chatterjee discusses the anesthetic management of spina bifida from an upcoming review in Open Anesthesia