Anesthesiology training

Gain valuable insights into the realm of anesthesiology. Explore videos covering anesthesia techniques, patient care, and advancements in this critical medical field.

Anesthesiology is a specialized medical field that focuses on providing anesthesia, pain management, and perioperative care for patients undergoing surgical procedures or other medical interventions. Anesthesiologists are highly trained physicians responsible for ensuring the comfort and safety of patients before, during, and after various medical procedures. One of the primary responsibilities of anesthesiologists is administering anesthesia to induce a controlled state of unconsciousness or sedation, allowing patients to undergo surgery without feeling pain or discomfort.

The choice of anesthesia (general, regional, or local) depends on the type of surgery and the patient's medical condition. In addition to administering anesthesia, anesthesiologists monitor vital signs, such as heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels, throughout the surgical procedure. They play a critical role in adjusting anesthesia levels to maintain optimal physiological balance and respond promptly to any changes or complications that may arise. Beyond the operating room, anesthesiologists are involved in preoperative assessments, evaluating patients' medical histories and determining the most suitable anesthesia plan. Postoperatively, they manage pain and ensure a smooth transition as patients recover from the effects of anesthesia.

Anesthesiology extends beyond the realm of surgery to include pain management in chronic and acute settings. Anesthesiologists may employ a variety of techniques, including epidural injections, nerve blocks, and medication management, to alleviate pain and improve patients' quality of life. Advancements in technology and pharmacology have enhanced the practice of anesthesiology, allowing for more precise and individualized approaches to anesthesia and pain management. Anesthesiologists work collaboratively with surgical teams, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive and patient-centered care. Anesthesiology is a rapidly evolving field that continues to contribute to advancements in patient safety, pain control, and the overall success of medical procedures.
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Broncoflex Tracheostomy Cannula

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Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) is a commonly performed procedure in critically sick patients. It can be safely performed bedside by intensivists. It consists of the insertion of a cannula...

Broncoflex Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy

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Specialty:  Anesthesiology
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Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) is a commonly performed procedure in critically sick patients. It can be safely performed bedside by intensivists. It consists of the insertion of a cannula...

Video Intubation

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Specialty:  Anesthesiology
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This training video shows the technique of awake intubation with a bronchoscope. Intubation and difficult airway management using a single use bronchoscope. The Broncoflex Agile is compatible with...

Single Lung Ventilation

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Specialty:  Anesthesiology
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How to control the correct placement of a double-lumen tube for single-lung ventilation, using a single use bronchoscope. This training video demonstrates the technique of insertion and controlling a...

Balancing Pain Control with the Opioid Epidemic...

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Balancing Pain Control with the Opioid Epidemic Authors: Aubuchon JD1, Yee A2 Published: March 8, 2018 AUTHOR INFORMATION 1 Department of Anesthesiology, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 2...

Placement of Central Venous Catheter - NEJM

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A central venous catheter can be used in many situations: to administer drugs, fluids or to provide nourishment for the patient, thus it needs to be placed properly. This video prepared by the New England...

Ultrasound Evaluation of the Ab Aorta

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An ultrasound is an important tool in abdominal aorta evaluation. It provides a fast insight in the structure of the vessel and enables the physician to find and diagnose life-threathening conditions...

Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma

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A Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST) is one of the basic examinations in trauma patients. When done properly it allows to confirm or to exclude the presence of fluid in serous cavities...

UCSD Central Line Insertion Video - Part 3

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The following video presents a technique for an insertion of a central line using ultrasound guidance. The procedure is described step by step from the beginning to the very end, including indications,...

Ultrasound Physics & Instrumentation Knobology

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Nowadays, an ultrasound examination is one of the basic techniques used by physicians. To perform it properly it is necessary to have proper knowledge about ultrasound physics, instrumentation and available...

Central Line Insertion - Part IV: Cleanup

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Last part of a short series which demonstrates a proper technique for a central line insertion. In this part a cleanup after procedure is shown

Central Line Insertion - Part III: Insertion

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A central line can be used in many medical situations. To serve properly it has to be inserted in a proper way. The following video demonstrates the technique for a central line insertion using ultrasound...

Central Line Insertion - Part II: Survey

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Presented video details a proper technique for a central line insertion. Part II shows how to perform a survey of the insertion site in a non-sterile fashion and how to find and distinguish subclavian...

Central Line Insertion - Part I: Overview

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The following video presents a proper technique for a central line insertion under ultrasound guidance. Part one presents an overview of the information and technical details about the procedure.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - CPR - 3D Medical...

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This animation is used to educate medical professionals, emergency technicians and the general public about how CPR is performed to save lives. This animation is for educational purposes only.

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