Episode 22: Ask an Intelligent Question; Get Another Mediocre Answer
Feb 01, 2021
In this episode of the APEX Live Anesthesia Podcast, we address more of the questions we’ve received from our listeners. And yes, we do our best to answer these intelligent questions with even more marvelously mediocre answers. It’s a fun conversation about random topics that will leave you on the edge of your seat wanting more!
What You'll Learn
- What are the recommended vasopressors for stenotic and regurgitant valves?
- Is alpha or beta blockade preferred in a patient with a pheochromocytoma?
- Which herbal medications influence anticoagulation?
- Why does bradycardia occur after a spinal anesthetic?
- What are the complications of a cricothyrotomy and transtracheal jet ventilation?
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