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Ep 224: ASA 2022 Difficult Airway Algorithm Update

The American Society of Anesthetists initially released the Difficult Airway Algorithm in 1993 to provide a guide for managing a patient with a difficult airway. It has been updated every 10 years since with the fourth iteration being released in January 2022.
The latest update has a number of key changes that Jeremy and Sass will take you through in this episode of the podcast.

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Ep 221: Name That Shock State

Jeremy and Sass believe in reviewing the principles related to crisis management so that you can make the correct diagnosis for every scenario you find yourself in. On this episode, we’re going to help you identify different shock states by reviewing differential diagnoses, the rationale for the treatment, and the mechanism of action of medications used for the treatment of the crisis. Then we’ll finish it off by providing a few test questions to better prepare you for upcoming exams.

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Ep 218: Respiratory Q&A Test Prep

  Check out the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed. On This Episode: We’ll shift gears a bit in this episode by focusing on the examination side of anesthesia by hosting our first Q&A episode. Since students are taking a lot of tests in anesthesia school and CRNAs are…

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Ep 215: Anesthesia Management for Septic Shock

Today Jeremy and Sass talk about the third type of distributive shock, septic shock. They review the need-to-know info for this shock state based on the updated Surviving Sepsis Guidelines released in 2021. They’ll walk you through a crisis checklist that will help you identify and manage septic shock. So, buckle up…it’s go time! 

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Ep 211: Anesthesia Management for a Pheochromocytoma

We’ve had CRNAs and SRNAs ask us to give them the essential information needed to manage a particular case and today we’re going to do that with Pheochromocytoma. This is the second episode in our endocrine surgical procedures series and there will be some valuable info that you might find on exams as well. Here’s the power-packed episode for anesthesia management for a Pheochromocytoma that we hope you get a lot out of.

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Ep 208: Crisis Checklist for Neurogenic Shock

  Check out the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed. On This Episode: In this episode, we’re going to continue discussing our crisis checklists and the ones that relate to distributive shock specifically. Let’s talk about what happens during neurogenic shock by discussing a case involving a 34-year-old male…

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Ep 205: Case Management for Thyroidectomy

As we continue our case series on these clinical episodes, we’re going to start out by talking about surgical procedures and pathology related to the endocrine system. Today’s episode will focus on a thyroidectomy, which is the surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. We’ll take you through a case and walk you through the essential points of what you need to know.

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Ep 202: Case Management and Crisis Management – Anaphylactic Shock State (Part 1)

  Check out the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed. On This Episode: As we begin our new clinical episodes of Beyond the Mask, we’re kicking things off with a case management and crisis management series on the different states of shock. This series is going to start out…

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We Have an Exciting Show Announcement to Make

We’ve been waiting for a little while to let the cat out of the bag but it’s finally time to make an exciting announcement about the future of the podcast.

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