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Perioperative medicine: Apps & podcasts

This page displays apps and podcasts related to Perioperative Medicine.

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Reversing Warfarin by HealthObs Ltd

The Reversing Warfarin app is designed for doctors to help them manage patients on the anticoagulant warfarin.

Reversing Warfarin on Google Play Access: Free

Reversing Warfarin on Apple Store Access: Free

Managing Dabigatran By HealthObs Ltd
The dabigatran App is designed for doctors to help them manage patients on the anticoagulant dabigatran.

Managing Dabigatran on Google Play Access: Free

Managing Dabigatran on Apple Store Access: Free

Prof Montage

Publisher description: What is Prof Montage cardiology rounds?

This is a pro bono App offered to you as a learning resource. Prof Montage has videos for all levels of cardiology training, from first year medical students to interns, residents and fellows. Other health professionals may also find it helpful. We welcome you to explore the videos, and get involved in the discussion via the Facebook page and video comment sections. Prof Montage will answer questions beneath each video, so start watching and asking to get the discussion started.

Prof Montage on Google Play Access: Free

Prof Montage on Apple Store Access: Free

Podcasts

Podcast iconBJA podcasts

These podcasts from the British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA), discuss a broad range of issues including those in perioperative and intensive care medicine. The BJA is available through the ANZCA Library Journals list.

Podcast of interest:

Podcast iconPerioperative medicine: today, tomorrow and the future of teamworking


PodcastsPeriopMed podcasts

Monash University's PeriopMed podcast series covers a broad range of issues in perioperative medicine including anaesthetic depth and delirium after major surgery, and managing opioids in the perioperative period.

Access via iTunes

Perioperative care and enhanced recovery after surgery

Perioperative Care and Enhanced Recovery after Surgery. Research review. July 2017

A discussion between Prof Andrew Hill (Colorectal Surgeon) and Dr Nick Lightfoot (Anaesthetist) at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand (July, 2017).

The discussion centres on principles of Perioperative Care and Enhanced Recovery after Surgery, and will be of interest to all healthcare professionals involved in the surgical process.

  • Part 1 – Introduction
  • Part 2 – Who should lead perioperative care?
  • Part 3 – Prof Henrik Kehlet’s approach to perioperative care
  • Part 4 – Are perioperative care programmes too complicated?
  • Part 5 – Key elements in a local ERAS programme
  • Part 6 - Summary

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