Episode 25: Say What? Q & A




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Episode Summary

Over the past several months we’ve had many CRNAs request a podcast that evaluates answering test questions. Basically, something that helps to dust out the cobwebs and bring that anesthesia knowledge and that question answering expertise back into the forefront of your mind.

APEX family…we hear you! In this episode Sass and Jeremy review several multiple choice questions related to anesthesia. The topics range from postoperative visual loss to signs you may see when giving sugammadex. Say what? That’s right, it’s Q & A day!


What You'll Learn

  • Determine the difference between Parkinson’s disease and Parkinsonism.
  • Examine how Parkinson’s disease is pharmacologically managed.
  • Discuss how Parkinson’s disease is non-pharmacologically and surgically managed.
  • Determine evidence-based practices for the perianesthetic management of Parkinson’s disease.
  • Review the potential drug interactions and critical events that could occur during the anesthetic management of a patient with Parkinson’s disease.


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Recommended Resources

  1. Elisha S., Nagelhout J. & Heiner J. Current Anesthesia Practice: Evaluation and Certification Review. 2020. Elsevier, St. Louis MO.
  2. Nagelhout J. & Elisha S. Nurse Anesthesia. 2018. Elsevier, St. Louis MO.
  3. Elisha S, Gabot M., & Heiner J. Critical Events in Anesthesia: A Clinical Guide for Nurse Anesthetists. 2012. AANA Publishing, Park Ridge, IL.


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Podcast music by Eino Toivanen, kongano.com


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