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(formerly Continuing Education in Anaesthesia Critical Care and Pain) podcasts provide listeners with author interviews and commentaries from key experts, on featured articles and hot topics in anaesthesia, critical care and pain.
||CleanPhysiotherapy in the critically ill||Nicola Beaumont, clinical lead physiotherapist in critical care discusses her article "Respiratory physiotherapy in the critical care unit" from the February print edition of CEACCP. Topics discussed include the physiological consequences of critical illness and mechanical ventilation, respiratory physiotherapy interventions and their evidence base, and rehabilitation both during and following critical care admissions.||17 4 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBleeding disorders: Safe perioperative care||Dr Madan Narayanan, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine discusses his article "Anaesthetic considerations in patients with inherited disorders of coagulation" from the February print edition of CEACCP. The podcast focuses on the diagnosis, management and principles of perioperative care for patients with the bleeding disorders haemophilia and von Willebrand's disease.||16 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanFrailty and Anaesthesia||Dr Richard Griffiths, consultant in anaesthesia, discusses his article "Frailty in anaesthesia: what we need to know" from the December print edition of CEACCP. Subjects discussed include frailty assessment tools, the 2010 NCEPOD report "An Age Old Problem" and The National Hip Fracture Database Anaesthesia Sprint Audit of Practice (ASAP).||2 12 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanNever say never?||Dr Vishal Patil, consultant in anaesthesia, discusses his article "Never events: an anaesthetic perspective" from the October print edition of CEACCP. Subjects discussed include the Department of Health never events policy, practical approaches to minimising risk in the healthcare environment and understanding human factors.||5 11 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAtelectasis. Better to prevent than to cure?||Dr Andrew Bodenham, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, discusses his article "Pulmonary atelectasis in anaesthesia and critical care" from the October print edition of CEACCP. Subjects discussed include recent evidence on optimum mechanical ventilation strategies and use of perioperative interventions to minimise and manage atelectasis.||7 10 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWhiplash: causes and cures.||Dr Sandeep Kapur, consultant in anaesthesia and pain management, discusses his article "Whiplash injury" from the August print edition CEACCP, covering diagnosis, management and prognosis of whiplash-associated disorders.||12 8 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanGeneral anaesthetic agents: mechanisms and mystery||Episode description: Professor Donal Buggy discusses his papers "Pharmacology of anaesthetics I: intravenous anaesthetic agents" and "Pharmacology of anaesthetics II: inhalational anaesthetic agents" from June's print edition of CEACCP. The discussion focuses on new developments in the field and preliminary results from the ENIGMA II trial.||23 5 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanFresh articles for Spring||Dr Joyce Yeung, clinical and academic anaesthetist discusses the April print edition of CEACCP, with a particular focus on the articles "Intensive care management of morbidly obese patients" and "Anaesthesia-related anaphylaxis: investigation and follow-up".||1 4 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPerioperative medicine: a risky business?||Dr Gary Minto, consultant anaesthetist and perioperative medicine researcher discusses his article 'Assessment of the high-risk perioperative patient' and the wider subject of surgical risk prediction and patient optimisation.||30 1 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCEACCP podcast launch||Dr Jeremy Langton, editor-in-chief of CEACCP and Eleanor Carter, trainee editor discuss the scope and aims of the journal, journals developments and the launch of the CEACCP podcast.||4 9 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAnaesthesia and the developing brain||Dr Neil Morton, Reader in Paediatric Anaesthesia and Pain Management from Glasgow discusses his article "Anaesthesia and the developing nervous system: advice for clinicians and families", which is published in the June print edition of BJA Education. Topics discussed include the existing preclinical and epidemiological evidence, ongoing prospective clinical studies and practical advice on clinical practice in this subject area.||Free||View In iTunes|
Been generally good however the sound quality on the most recent, a telephone interview re atelectasis was very poor such that I could not hear what was being said