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Paediatric anaesthesia: Apps & podcasts

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Spotlight: Anaesthesia on Air Podcast: Episode 58

In this episode of Anaesthesia on Air, Dr Benjamin Blaise and Dr Sonia Akrimi speak with Professor Andrew Davidson from the Royal Children's Hospitalabout the effects of general anaesthesia on the developing brain. Recorded on 24 February 2022.

Pediatric Anesthesia of the Month Podcast

iCritical Care: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine podcast

Pediatric Emergency Playbook podcast

Pediatric Emergency Playbook podcast episodes offer strategy and support through clinical cases, research and reviews, and best-practice guidance in the ever-changing acute care landscape.

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Pediatric Anesthesia Podcast

Each month a featured article from the latest issue of Pediatric Anesthesia is discussed.

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