MedEd Learning Experience

A Podcast Series
Experts share safe and effective
use of therapies in patient monitoring
and respiratory interventions.

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The MedEd Learning Experience podcast is a weekly podcast series that provides brief, interview-style discussions with clinical experts and is designed to teach safe and effective use of different therapies in patient monitoring and respiratory interventions. The podcast will feature discussions on anesthesia and brain monitoring, unplanned extubation in the NICU, routine intubation with video laryngoscopy, challenges in the NICU, the value of NIRS in clinical practice in the NICU, non-invasive and invasive ventilation in the NICU, and more.

The goal of this program is to get closer to the patient and delve into the challenges and impact of each technology in practice.

Discussions on Anesthesia and the Brain

Part 5: Processed EEG monitoring and postoperative outcomes — Enhanced recovery after surgery

June 14, 2022

For this segment, we dive into enhanced recovery and discuss how BIS™ can be included in the protocol. To provide insight into this topic is Dr. TJ Gan. Brain monitoring is an adjunctive technology that should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or clinical decision-making.

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Part 4: Processed EEG monitoring and postoperative outcomes — Cognitive decline

June 7, 2022

For this segment, we discuss cognitive decline after surgery. Dr. TJ Gan provides his insight into this topic.

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Part 3: Processed EEG monitoring and postoperative outcomes — The value of brain monitoring

May 31, 2022

For this segment, we discuss the value of brain monitoring. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. TJ Gan.

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Part 2: Processed EEG monitoring and postoperative outcomes — Triple low

May 24, 2022

For this segment, we dive into what "triple low" means. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. TJ Gan.

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Part 1: Processed EEG monitoring and postoperative outcomes — Anesthetic effects in the brain

May 17, 2022

For this segment, we discuss how anesthesia impacts the brain and why we are concerned about cognitive decline in our patients. To help answer these questions is Dr. TJ Gan.

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Part 4: Use of TIVA in enhanced recovery — BIS™ monitoring in TIVA

May 10, 2022

For this segment, we dive into how BIS™ monitoring in TIVA and how it may help decrease postoperative delirium. To help answer this question is Dr. TJ Gan. Brain monitoring is an adjunctive technology that should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or clinical decision-making.

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Part 3: Use of TIVA in enhanced recovery — BIS™ guided anesthesia in managing TIVA

May 3, 2022

For this segment, we discuss how BIS™ guided anesthesia can be used in managing TIVA. Dr. TJ Gan, Professor of Anesthesiology and Distinguished Endowed Chair at Stony Brook University, provides his insight.

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Part 2: Use of TIVA in enhanced recovery — How does BIS™ help deliver TIVA more effectively?

April 26, 2022

For this segment, we find out how BIS™ can help the anesthesiology team deliver TIVA more effectively. Dr. TJ Gan provides his insight. Brain monitoring is an adjunctive technology that should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or clinical decision-making.

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Part 1: Use of TIVA in enhanced recovery — Advantages of TIVA

April 19, 2022

For this segment, we dive into the advantages of TIVA. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. TJ Gan, Professor of Anesthesiology and Distinguished Endowed Chair at Stony Brook University.

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Part 7: Raw to processed EEG — Where is the evidence to support BIS™ use?

April 12, 2022

For this segment, we discuss the evidence to support BIS™ use for brain monitoring. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. Bob Thiele.

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Part 6: Raw to processed EEG — Why might we want to use Processed EEG for anesthesia management?

April 5, 2022

For this segment, we dive into why we might want to use processed EEG for anesthesia management. Dr. Bob Thiele provides his insights.

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Part 5: Raw to processed EEG — Using processed EEG to understand how EEG effects different patients

March 29, 2022

For this segment, we discuss how processed EEG can help understand how EEG effects patients differently. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. Bob Thiele.

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Part 4: Raw to processed EEG — What is spectral edge frequency?

March 22, 2022

For this segment, we dive into spectral edge frequency. To help provide insight is Dr. Bob Thiele, Assistant Professor and Co-Director Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program at University of Virginia.

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Part 3: Raw to processed EEG — The Fourier theorem and why it is important to understand EEG

March 15, 2022

For this segment, we discuss the Fourier theorem and how it can help us understand EEG. To help provide insight into this is Dr. Bob Thiele, Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program at University of Virginia.

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Part 2: Raw to processed EEG — Can you explain what EEG is?

March 8, 2022

For this segment, we dive into what EEG is. To help provide insight into this is Dr. Bob Thiele, Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program at University of Virginia.

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Part 1: Raw to processed EEG — How are we currently monitoring the brain during surgery?

February 18, 2022

For this segment, we discuss how we are currently monitoring the brain during surgery. To help provide insight into this topic is Dr. Bob Thiele, Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program at University of Virginia.

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