safety

The Remimazolam Revolution: Changing the Anesthetic Game

Today Garry and Terry will be focusing on the revolutionary benzodiazepine – remimazolam. In this episode, we unravel the intriguing tales from diverse case studies, exploring the unique applications and benefits of remimazolam in different surgical scenarios.

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Ep 166: How Elevated Ambient Noise in the OR Impacts Health & Safety

It’s something outside people might never think about but ambient noise can have a direct impact on the health of CRNAs and the safety of the patients. Many people working in op-erating rooms don’t realize the effect that elevated noise levels can have and there might be different reasons for that. But we wanted to bring Marianne Cosgrove, CRNA, DNAP, APRN, PhD, onto the show to tell us more about the research she’s done in this area and what she’s found.

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Ep 135: Closed Claims Involving CRNAs and SRNAs

No matter how closely you follow standard of care, mistakes can be made in the operating room. CRNAs often get named in claims, even if they did everything right, so it’s important to be aware of how this happens. Marjorie Everson, PhD, CRNA, has been studying closed claims and there are plenty of findings that she hopes can help CRNAs and SRNAs in the future.

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Ep #29: Historical Series: Alice Magaw, Mother Of Anesthesia

This week, we’ll continue our Historical Series with a look into the life and career of Alice Magaw. With a keen attention to detail and an unprecedented record of safety, she gained recognition around the world as a leader, teacher, published author and innovator in her field, and ultimately became known as the mother of anesthesia.

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