Keys to the Cart: December 5, 2016

published 2 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Liver transpl: Reperfusion effect effect; Liver transpl: Electrolyte disturbances; Liver transpl: Hypocalcemia etiology; Hypocalcemia: ECG effects 

And we are back welcome to another exciting edition of keys to the car a weekly open anesthesia podcast where we will review several IT key words and just a couple of minutes. My name is doctor alley battle and I'm in sudahlah just at the university of Virginia. Joining us again this week is one of my colleagues at the university of Virginia doctor Amanda Kleiman. Dr Kleiman specializes in cardiothoracic and liver transplant anesthesia and she is here today to help reduce some key words pertaining to liver transplant anesthesia. I doctor hymen welcome back thank you for helping us unlock some knowledge today high alley it's good to be back. So Dr Kleiman I heard that you were up all night with a liver transplant those can be very challenging cases. I was I thought that I might be a good time to discuss several key words pertaining to liver transplant anesthesia. That's a great idea let's move our embassies a car into our 17 which is the hour that we use for all of our liver transplant surgeries at ...

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