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From innovations in clinical care and technology to trends in education and practice management, anesthesiology continues to evolve. Dr. Irving Ye from ASA's Committee on Innovation joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss where the specialty is headed and innovations that will make an impact on patients and practices. Recorded March 2024.…
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Dr. Zach Deutch interviews the co-editors of April’s ASA Monitor, Dr. Shahla Siddiqui and Dr. Ashish Khanna, about evolving trends, practices, and procedures in critical care medicine. From new guidelines related to perioperative tube feeding to the use of mechanical circulation support devices to the ethics of end of life discussions in the periop…
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Drs. Matt Hatch and Asha Padmanabhan, from ASA’s committee on communications, join resident host, Dr. Mauna Rao, and her fellow residents, Drs. Shreya Ranjan and Jao Ho Kim, for a discussion on best practices for improving communication with colleagues, legislators, the pubic and, most critically, patients and their families. Recorded January 2024.…
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Drs. John Fiadjoe and Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz from the Society of Pediatric Anesthesia join Dr. Adam Striker for an in-depth conversation about pediatric airways and the pediatric difficult intubation registry. Learn how the registry works, what the data reveals, and how the subspecialty is evolving. Recorded February 2024.…
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The intersection of global health and critical care is explored in this conversation between guest host Dr. Keya Locke and Dr. Ana Maria Crawford, guest editor of the March ASA Monitor. Listen in as they discuss assumptions that can harm patients, what we can learn from global colleagues, gaps in critical care, and more. Recorded February 2024.…
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Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Alyssa Brzenski, editor for Summaries of Emerging Evidence (SEE), examine two recent studies featured in the 40A issue. Listen in as they discuss a study of the use of a prophylactic methylergonovineduring intrapartum cesarean birth, and a second study comparing the use of general anesthesia versus sedation for pediatric ai…
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Dr. Eric Gross joins resident host Meg Rolfzen along with fellow residents, Vanja Tolj and Zhaosheng Jin, to talk about his career as an anesthesia researcher. Learn more about the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER), the day-to-day life of a researcher, diverse options for working in the research field, how to get involved, and…
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Dr. Brooke Trainer talks to Drs. Somnath Bose and Talia Ben-Jacob about the role of intensivists. Listen in as they discuss the value critical care anesthesiologists bring to departments and hospitals, the role of the Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (SOCCA), the subspecialty’s future, and more. Recorded January 2024.…
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Dr. Elizabeth Drum, guest editor of the February ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Keya Locke, for a discussion of the challenges facing Indigenous People of North America and the anesthesiologists who work with this patient population. Learn about some of the health care issues prevalent in tribal nations, the work being done to address this crit…
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This special episode of Central Line pairs ASA’s new president, Dr. Ronald Harter, with ASA’s new CEO, Mr. Brian Reilly, for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities facing ASA and the specialty of anesthesiology. Go behind the scenes with ASA leadership as they share their hopes and worries as well as their plans, expectations, best a…
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In this special crossover episode, Dr. Kyle Robinson joins Dr. Adam Striker, host of ASA’s Central Line podcast, to discuss his first few years of practice and ASA’s Early-Career Membership Program. From managing transitions to finding resources to how he has used ASA’s new program, listen for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing a…
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In this special episode, Dr. Adam Striker shares clips from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023 featuring experts and leaders, including ASA’s outgoing president, Dr. Michael Champeau, and incoming president, Dr. Ronald Harter, as well as Dr. George Williams, Dr. Peter Killoran, Dr. Lois Connolly, Dr. Michael Beck, and others. Listen in as leaders from the field d…
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Dr. Jane Moon, contributor to the January ASA Monitor, joins the podcast to discuss women in anesthesia leadership with Dr. Striker. Learn about the history of women in the specialty, the challenges and opportunities facing women anesthesiologists today, and tactics that can lead to a more equitable future. Recorded November 2023.…
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Dr. Elizabeth Drum joins host Drs. Jake Gamboa, Kelsey Repine, Jordan Francke, Christy Henderson, and Jeffrey Cannon, to discuss the role of anesthesiologists within global health, opportunities for involvement, legal and ethical concerns, the value of relationships, and more. Recorded October 2023.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
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Dr. Kyle Robinson joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss his first few years of practice and ASA’s Early Career Membership Program. From managing transitions to finding resources to how he has used ASA’s new program, listen in for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing young anesthesiologists today. Recorded November 2023.…
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Dr. Keya Locke, co-guest editor of December’s ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Brooke Trainer, for a candid conversation about equity in health care and the specialty. Their forthright conversation touches on steps anesthesiologists can take to advance equity, the intersection of equity and patient care, the import of equity in medical education …
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Hosted by Dr. Jake Gamboa, this episode features Dr. Alex Macario, Secretary of the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA), in conversation with residents, Kelsey Repine and Jordan Francke, and fellow, Dr. Jeffrey Cannon. Listen in as Dr. Macario shares his thoughts on lifelong learning, MOCA, ABA resources, and more. Recorded October 2023.…
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Live from Center Stage at ASA’s annual meeting, Dr. Adam Striker hosts a panel of anesthesiologists at different career stages. He joins Dr. Abigail Schirmer, a CA1, along with late career anesthesiologist, Dr. Mark Singleton, and recent retiree, Dr. Richard Himes, in conversation about how the specialty has evolved, what they wish other generation…
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Recorded in front of a live audience at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023, Dr. Jed Wolpaw, host of the ACCRAC podcast, examines some of the specialty’s key advancements. Dr. Deborah Culley talks about advances in understanding postoperative delirium, and Dr. John Eichhorn discusses his role in evolving patient monitoring standards. Recorded October 2023.…
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Drs. Kumar Belani and Ronald Pearl, guest editors of November’s ASA Monitor, join Dr. Adam Striker to discuss artificial intelligence and machine learning. Learn how it all started, how the technology is being used in perioperative care today, and how it might impact the future of anesthesiology in this far-reaching episode. Recorded September 2023…
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This sponsor-hosted episode features anesthesiologists from US Anesthesia Partners, Dr. Doug Morgan and Dr. Camellia Baldridge, discussing interview questions residents might ask to better understand the health and structure of potential employers. Use these tips to gain a clearer picture of a practice’s relationships with hospitals, internal proce…
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Dr. Beth Hall and resident guests Drs. Nikhil Nadler, Sean Powers, and Shyam Desai return to discuss life as an attending in a private practice setting. Dr. Smitha Arekapudi, their guest, shares her experiences along with interview tips and thoughts on workplace culture, leadership paths, production pressures, and more. Recorded August, 2023.…
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Dr. Russell K. McAllister, member of the ACE editorial board, joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss the dangers of sarin. Learn about the risks associated with organophosphate pesticides and nerve gas and why it’s important for anesthesiologists to have a knowledge of sarin symptoms and treatment. Also discussed are sarin’s mechanism of action and how …
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Dr. Zach Deutch speaks with ASA CEO Paul Pomerantz in this Inside the Monitor episode. Listen in as Paul talks about his experience leading the society, his legacy and ASA’s future leadership, threats and opportunities facing the specialty, the ever-evolving health care ecosphere, and more. Recorded September 2023.…
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Dr. Adam Striker discusses low-flow anesthesia with Drs. Jeffrey M. Feldman and David Hovord. The conversation touches on what low-flow anesthesia is, and isn’t; how low-flow anesthesia benefits patients, clinicians, health systems, and the environment; tips for clinicians interested in learning more about low-flow anesthesia; and more. Recorded Au…
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Dr. Paul Yost speaks with Dr. Brooke Trainer about his life as an anesthesiologist, public servant, advocate, and self-described waterman. Listen in as he shares the best advice he ever received, lessons gleaned from the ocean, concerns about the future of the specialty, tips for engaging successfully with legislators, and more. Recorded August 202…
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Dr. Beth Hall and fellow residents—Drs. Nikhil Nadler, Sean Powers, and Shyam Desai—ask Dr. Jihye Ha about life as an attending in an academic practice setting. Listen in as they discuss changes to expect when transitioning out of residency into academic practice and how to best prepare. Recorded August, 2023.…
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Guest host, Dr. Zach Deutch, discusses rural anesthesia with Dr. William Roberts, guest editor of September’s ASA Monitor, and Dr. Suzanne Karan, a contributor to the issue. Hear their thoughts on improving access to care, managing limited resources, addressing workforce issues, caring for an aging patient population, training future anesthesiologi…
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Dr. Adam Striker speaks with Dr. Aaron Primm, editor for Summaries of Emerging Evidence (SEE), about two recent studies: one study sheds light on whether more aggressive patient warming reduces cardiac adverse events and the other illuminates how and if aggressive hydration has an impact on pancreatitis. Recorded July 2023.…
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Drs. Michael Hofkamp and Sara Neves from the Society for Education in Anesthesia join guest host, Dr. Brooke Trainer, to discuss medical student and resident education – how education is evolving, challenges young anesthesiologists face as they transition into practice, the role of non-clinical training, and more. Recorded July 2023.…
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Dr. Mary Dale Peterson returns to discuss the issue of surgical backlogs with Dr. Adam Striker. The conversation considers work-life balance, evolving practice models, the role of value-based care, practices for analyzing efficiency, the role of anesthesiologists in leadership, and more. Recorded July 2023.…
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Drs. Sheela Pai Cole and Santhanam Suresh join Dr. Striker for a peek behind the scenes at the ongoing preparations for ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023. Learn how ASA decides on host cities, what goes into planning a diverse array of sessions and workshops, how the annual meeting oversight committee ensures anesthesiologists at every career stage find what the…
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Resident guests Drs. Mohammed Hakim, Olivia Marie Sonderman, and Leilani Sampang continue their conversation with Nick Davies, ASA’s medical student component president. Turning their attention to allyship, guests discuss the challenges, tactics, and responsibilities of standing up for patients and coworkers. Recorded March 2023.…
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Drs. Marc Koch and Patricia Mack from ASA’s AQPSM planning committee join Dr. Brooke Trainer to talk about the upcoming Anesthesia Quality and Patient Safety Meeting. Learn what topics will be covered, how the meeting has evolved, what misperceptions Drs. Koch and Mack would like to dispel, and more. Recorded June 2023.…
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Dr. Lilian Kanai returns to discuss how anesthesiology practice models are evolving with guest host, Dr. Zach Deutch. Dr. Kanai discusses financial challenges, medical title misappropriation, value proposition communication, and workforce shortages. She considers how ORs are changing, the role of perioperative leadership and EQ, possible noncompete…
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In this day in the life of an anesthesiologist episode, guest host Dr. Brooke Trainer interviews Dr. Lori Conklin about her experiences serving on the Board of Medicine and practicing anesthesiology in Alaska. From challenges facing the specialty to how mentorship has shaped her career to what she’s learned from practicing medicine in Alaska, Dr. C…
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Nick Davies, ASA’s medical student component president, hosts resident guests Drs. Mohammed Hakim, Olivia Marie Sonderman, and Leilani Sampang for a fast-paced discussion about advocacy. Listen in as guests consider the many ways to advocate for the specialty of anesthesiology, the society, and patients. Recorded March 2023.…
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This episode offers an in-depth exploration of non-operating room anesthesia, or NORA. Drs. Adam Striker and Basem Abdelmalak discuss procedures moving out of the OR, considerations for ensuring safety while realizing efficiencies, data that reveals outcomes, trends in NORA, and more. This episode is sponsored by GE HealthCare. Recorded in May, 202…
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Dr. Lalitha Sundararaman, guest editor of the June ASA Monitor, returns to the show to discuss perioperative waste with Dr. Adam Striker. The conversation focuses on the costs of care, supply chain issues, drug shortages, sustainability, reprocessing, and more. Recorded May 2023.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
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Drs. Michael Fitzsimons, Ronald Harter, and Catherine Kuhn join Dr. Striker for a no holds barred conversation about death by suicide in the anesthesia community. Listen in as they discuss the connection to substance use disorders, factors that drive suicide rates up, resources that can help, and how individuals and organizations can contribute to …
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Dr. Akshay Shanker and fellow residents, Drs. Amal Javaid and Vanessa Hernandez, question Drs. Elizabeth Duggan and Coridalia Wald about the “wicked problem” of wellness. Join the conversation as they discuss what wellness is and isn’t; how residents can advocate for themselves; steps residents, health care workers, and organizations can take to ad…
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Dr. Adam Striker welcomes the Anesthesia Research Council’s Drs. Charles Emala and Vivianne Tawfik to discuss the physician-scientists pipeline and steps the specialty can take to support physician-scientists today and in the future. Listen in as the guests share what they learned from an evaluation of the research pipeline and pass on strategic re…
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Guest host, Dr. Zach Deutch, talks to Dr. Barbara Rogers, guest editor of the May Monitor, about trends in OB anesthesia. From new screening and simulation tools to the role of opioids, doulas, and 3D printers, Drs. Deutch and Rogers cover all this and more in this fast-paced episode. Recorded March 2023.…
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For a deep dive into the economics of anesthesiology, Dr. Adam Striker welcomes Drs. Christopher Troianos and Grant Lynde, guest editors for the special ASA Monitor+ supplement. This wide-ranging conversation touches on how economics impacts patient safety, ethics, equity, business, and more. Recorded March 2023.…
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Dr. Anuj Aggarwal, member of the ACE editorial board, joins Dr. Adam Striker for a conversation about the evolution of opioids. Listen in as they discuss how a new opioid on the market--first in a new of class of FDA approved opioids--differs from conventional opioids and what anesthesiologists should know about it, and consider how a better unders…
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In this special episode of Residents in a Room, we go behind the scenes to follow three medical students—Natalie Koons, Iman Soliman, and Savannah Whitfield—as they interview with residency programs, grapple with how to rank programs, and finally celebrate with family and friends as they learn where they’ll spend their residencies. Recorded Decembe…
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Drs. Kumar Belani and Ana Maria Crawford, guest editors of the April ASA Monitor, join Dr. Adam Striker for a conversation about global engagement. Listen in as they discuss the value of expanding our understanding of global health, suggest paths for deeper engagement here and abroad, and consider what we can learn from the global community about a…
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