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Management of Hypo- or Hypertension - Anesthesiology

Management of Hypo- or Hypertension - Anesthesiology

Management of Hypo- or Hypertension - Anesthesiology

Rachel Vickers
Rachel Vickers
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 19 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 22 Apr 2019

Reference: 191029

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Asad kundi (22 Apr 2019)
I will like to comment on the management of circulation in a hypotensive subject.discussed in slide 13.
Most often rapid fluid infusion is helpful in hypotensive subject. However we need to exclude Left ventricle dysfunction before rapid fluid infusion.This can be done clinically by auscultation of chest or bedside Echo.
Regards
Asad kundi

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Description

This session will provide a structured approach to the management of a patient in the recovery room who has low (hypotension) or high (hypertension) blood pressure. It will cover these separately, with sections on definitions, causes and management.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Define postoperative hypo- and hypertension
• List five common causes of hypo- and hypertension
• Identify rarer causes of hypo- and hypertension
• Assess patients with hypo- and hypertension
• Describe both immediate and longer term management
Rachel Vickers

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Rachel Vickers
on behalf of Health Education England

Rachel is a Consultant Anaesthetist, based at the Queen’s Hospital, Burton upon Trent.

Her main clinical interests are obstetric anaesthesia, including running a busy obstetric anaesthetic clinic.

She is also interested in human factors and has extensive teaching experience in this area both locally and nationally.

Rachel is a content author on the e-LA project.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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Asad kundi (22 Apr 2019)
I will like to comment on the management of circulation in a hypotensive subject.discussed in slide 13. Most often rapid fluid infusion is helpful in hypotensive subject. However we need to exclude Left ventricle dysfunction before rapid fluid infusion.This can be done clinically by auscultation of chest or bedside Echo. Regards Asad kundi

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