This guide contains useful multimedia resources for anaesthesia and pain medicine specialists.
AccessAnesthesiology includes foundations, airway management, regional anesthesia, pediatrics, and pharmacology.
AccessMedicine provides instant access to videos - for example: cardiovascular, dermatology, musculoskeletal, neurologic, pulmonary, reproductive and systemic. It also contains exploring essential radiology and female reproductive system modules.
ClinicalKey has 440 Procedures Consult resources which include videos and detailed instructions for a range of procedures.
LWW Health Library covers airway management, cardiothoracic anaesthesiology, general anaesthesiology, pain medicine and regional anaesthesiology
Ovid has a wide-ranging set of multimedia resources, including videos, including anaesthesiology, critical care medicine, pain management, pharmacology and much more
BroadcastMed has videos across medical specialty areas such as paediatrics, neurology and more.
MJA videos is an extensive collection of resources on many issues relevant to general medical practice.
NEJM has many videos in clinical medicine suitable for anaestheists and pain specialists.
Some examples are: Clinical examination of the shoulder, Placing a lumbar epidural catheter, Managing procedural anxiety in children, Procedural sedation and analgesia in children, and Laryngeal mask Aarway in medical emergencies.
The JAMA network has more than 450 videos across a range of medical topics.
TheLancetTV is the official YouTube channel of The Lancet.
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