Check out the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.
On This Episode:
CRNAs and SRNAs/RRNAs have asked us to give them the essential information needed to manage different OR cases. Episodes they can listen to while on their commute, on a run, or just relaxing at home with their headphones. Today we’re going to review the Anesthesia Management for a Pheochromocytoma. This is the second episode in our endocrine surgical procedures series, so get ready for this power-packed episode full of “need to know” info you can use in the OR and stuff you might even find on exams.
Here are some of the things you’ll learn on this show:
- The pathology of a Pheochromocytoma. [3:40]
- The signs and symptoms you’ll find. [5:16]
- What if it goes undiagnosed? [6:37]
- How to differentiate this from other interoperative problem. [7:25]
- Treating known diagnosed Pheochromocytoma. [10:52]
- What will you be watching for as you monitor patient? [15:58]
- Intraoperative hemodynamic goals. [19:29]
- Let’s work through a PACU scenario. [24:45]
Check it out the interview at the top of the page and use the timestamps to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.
The amount of epinephrin that can be excreted from a Pheochromocytoma is simply amazing as compared to when you look at norms to a tumor that is a very active one.