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Advanced Anesthesia Review

Advanced Anesthesia Review

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Advanced Anesthesia Review provides a comprehensive knowledge review for all second-year US Anesthesiology residents taking the American Board of Anesthesiologys (ABA) Advanced Exam. A companion to Basic Anesthesia Review, this essential review features concise and readable chapters covering the relevant knowledge and concepts as determined by the ABAs curriculum. While multiple books are available for board review, very few have published since the ABA restructured board examinations. Advanced Anesthesia Review is organized topically according to the most recently published ABA curriculum and highlights ABA key words along with bulleted key points toreinforce key concepts and facts.
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  • BASIC SCIENCES; Monitoring Methods; 1. Vascular Pressures; 2. Brain and Spinal Cord Function; 3. Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation; 4. Cardiac Output; 5. Coagulation Monitors; 6. Ultrasound-Guided Placement of Vascular Catheters; 7. Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS); 8. ASA Monitoring Standards; Ventilators; 9. Continous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and Positive End-Expiratory Pressure (PEEP); 10. Nebulizers, Humidifiers, Drug Delivery Systems; 11. Electrical, Fire, and Explosion Hazards; Anesthesia Procedures, Methods, and Techniques; 12. Controlled Hypotension; 13. Hyperbaric Medicine: Indications and Application of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy; 14. High Altitude Anesthesia; Nervous System; 15. Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems; 16. Drug Metabolism; 17. Intracranial Pressure; 18. Brain Volume; 19. Intracranial Pressure and Herniation; 20. Electroencephalography (EEG); 21. Evoked Potentials; CLINICAL SCIENCES; Regional Anesthesia; 22. Common Complications of Local Anesthetics; 23. Peripheral and Autonomic Nerve Blocks; 24. Automatic Nerver Blocks; 25. Nerve Blocks (Head); 26. Nerve Blocks (Neck); 27. Extremeties Nerve Blocks; 28. Truncal Nerve Blocks; 29. Spine Related Procedures; 30. Diagnosis and Management of Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity (LAST); 31. Intravenous Lipid Emulsion Therapy and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia Checklist for Local Anesthetic Toxicity; 32. Role of Regional Anesthesia in Enhanced Recovery Protocols; 33. Innervation of Pelvic Structures; Pharmacology; 34. General Concepts in Pharmacology; 35. Pharmacogenetics and Genetic Factors in Drug Dose-Response Relationships; 36. Malignant Hyperthermia; 37. Butyrlcholinesterase (Pseudocholinesterase) Deficiency; 38. Prolonged Qt Syndrome; 39. Rapid Metabolizers; 40. Addiction; 41. Anesthetic Implications of Addiction; 42. Addiction versus Tolerance; 43. CNS Drugs for Non-Anesthetic Use; 44. Non-Streroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs); 45. Acetaminophen; 46. Alpha-2 Agonists; 47. Tranquilizers; 48. Antidepressants, Anti-Parkinson Drugs; 49. Arousal Agents; 50. Antiemetics; 51. Anti-aspiration medications; 52. Chronic Opioid Dependence and Therapy; 53. Sympathetic Nervous System: Anatomy, Drugs, Receptors, Transmitters; 54. Parasympethetic: Anatomy, Drugs Receptors Transmitters; Central Nervous System; 55. Anatomy of Central Nervous System; 56. Neurologic Disorders; 57. Musculoskeletal System; 58. Epilepsy; 59. Coma and Hyperosmolar Coma; 60. Therapeutic Barbiturate Coma; 61. Drug Intoxication; 62. Paraplegia, Quadriplegia, Spinal Shock, Autonomic Hyperreflexia, Acute Spinal Cord Injury; 63. Airway Management in the Patient with Cervical Spine Disease; 64. Tetanus; 65. Positioning and Anesthesia in the Sitting Position; 67. Cerebral Protection; 68. Intracranial Aneurysms and A-V Malformations; 69. Interventional Neuroradiology; 70. Pituitary Adenoma; 71. Fluid Management in Neurosurgery; 72. Spinal Fluid Drainage; 73. Stereotactic and Gamma-Knife Techniques, Deep Brain Stimulator Placement, Intraoperative Wake-Up Techniques; 74. Ventriculostomy; 75. Awake Craniotomy; 76. Postoperative Visual Loss; 77. Hypothermia; 78. MAC and Sedation; Respiratory System Anatomy; 79. Divisions and Bronchoscopic Anatomy; 80. Bronchial and Pulmonary Circulations; 81. Lung Mechanics; 82. Normal Acid-Base Regulation; 83. Effects of Imbalance on Electrolytes and Organ Perfusion; 84. Strong Ionic Difference (SID); 85. Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation; 86. The Anion Gap and Metabolic Acidosis; 87. Temperature Effect on Blood Gases: Alpha-Stat vs. pH-Stat; 88. Lung Functions and Cellular Processes; 89. Ventilation; 90. Lung Volumes; 91. Pulmonary Function Tests; 92. Obstructive Lung Disease; 93. Restrictive Lung Disease; 94. Evaluation and Management of the Patient with Respiratory Disease (Intraoperative Management); 95. Respiratory Adjungts: Heliox, Nitric Oxide, Epoprostenol and Intraoperative Steroids; 96. Preoperative Evaluation and Preparation of the Patient with Pulmonary Disease; 97. Choice of Anesthesia and Anesthetic Techniques in Thoracic Surgery; 98. Non-Pulmonary Surgery; 99. Thoracic and Pulmonary Surgery; 100. Bronchopleural Fistula; 101. One-Lung Ventilation; 102. Thoracoscopy; 103. Postoperative Pain; 104. Ventilator Support and Extubation Criteria; 105. Management of Respiratory Failure; 106. Modes of Ventilation; 107. BIPAP, Airway Pressure Release Ventilation, and Prone Ventilation; 108. Sleep Apnea; 109. Complications and Side Effects of Mechnical Ventilation; 110. Volutrauma, Barotrauma, Biotrauma; 111. Management of Bronchospasm; 112. Lung Transplantation; Cardiovascular System Anatomy; 113. Normal Anatomy of Heart and Major Vessels; 114. Echocardiographic Heart Anatomy; 115. Cardiac Catheterization; 116. Ischemic Heart Disease; 117. Coronary Artery Bypass Procedures; 118. Valvular Heart Disease; 119. Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis Prophylaxis; 120. Rhythym Disorders and Conduction Defects; 121. Pacemakers and Automated Implantable Cardioverter/Defibrillator (AICD); 122. Perioperative Implications of Pacemaker and AICD; 123. Ventricular Synchronization; 124. Ablations, Cryotherapy, and Maze Procedure; 125. Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy; 126. Systolic vs. Diastolic Dysfunction; 127. Post-obstructive Pulmonary Edema; 128. Pulmonary Hypertension; 129. Heart Transplantation; 130. Cardiac Tamponade; 131. Constrictive Pericarditis; 132. Mechanical Circulatory Assist Devices; 133. Cardiopulmonary Bypass; 134. Myocardial Preservation; 135. Preconditioning; 137. Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass (OPCAB); 138. Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass (MIDCAB); 139. Percutaneous Valve Repair/Replacement; 140. Intraaortic Balloon Pump; 141. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO); 142. Ventricular Assist Devices; 143. Pulmonary Embolism; 144. Hypertension; 145. Effect of Intracardiac Shunts on Inhalation Induction; Vascular Diseases; 146. Carotid Endarterectomy; 147. Peripheral Arteriosclerotic Disease; 148. Aortic Aneurysm; 149. Advanced Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation; Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Systems; 150. Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal System; 151. Parenteral Nutrition; 152. Morbid Obesity/Anesthesia for Bariatric Surgery; 153. Postoperative Hepatic Dysfunction; 154. Liver Transplant Surgery; 155. Anesthesia for Upper and Lower GI Endoscopy; Renal and Urinary Systems; 156. Renal Anatomy; 157. Pathophysiology of Renal Disease; 158. Anesthetic Management in Renal Failure and Arteriovenous (A-V) Shunts; 159. Anesthetic Management for Kidney Transplantation; 160. Anesthesia for Extracorporal Shock Wave Lithotripsy; 161. Perioperative Oliguria and Anuria; 162. Dialysis and Hemofiltration; 163. Pharmacologic Prevention and Treatment of Renal Failure; 164. Urologic Surgery; 165. Perioperative Electrolyte Abnormalities; 166. Fluid Therapy and Homeostasis; 167. Fluid Balance During Surgery; 168. Assessment of Fluid Responsiveness and Goal-Directed Therapies; 169. Esophageal Doppler; 170. Complications of Transurethral Resection of the Prostate; Hematologic System; 171. Anemias; 172. Polycythemias; 173. Thrombocytopenia and Thrombocytopathy; 174. Congenital and Acquired Factor Deficiencies; 175. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation; 176. Fibrinolysis; 177. Anticoagulants and Antagonists; 178. Coagulopathy in Trauma Patients; 179. Hemoglobinopathies and Porphyrias; 180. Transfusion Indications and Reactions; 181. Complications of Transfusions; 182. Transfusion Therapy for Massive Hemorrhage; 183. Transfusion Ratios: Red Blood Cells to Plasma; 184. Use of Uncross Matched Products; Endocrine and Metabolic Systems; 185. Anatomy of the Endocrine system; 186. Hypopituitary Disease; 187. Thyroid Gland; 188. Parathyroid Disease; 189. Adrenal Disease; 190. Carcinoid Syndrome; 191. Diabetes Mellitus; 192. Pancreas Transplantation; Neuromuscular Diseases and Disorders; 193. Multiple Sclerosis; 194. Guillain-Barre Syndrome; 195. Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease; 196. Muscular Dystrophies; 197. Mitochondrial Myopathies; 198. Myasthenia Gravis; 199. Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome; 200. Congenital Myasthenic Syndromes; 201. Ion Channel Myotonias, Myotonia Congenita and Acquired Neuromyotonia; 202. Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis; 203. Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis; Clinical Subspecialties; 115. Painful Disease States; 116. Cancer Pain; 117. Acute and Chronic Neck and Low Back Pain; 118. Neuropathic Pain States; 119. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; 120. Postherpetic Neuralgia; 121. Phantom Limb Pain; 122. Peripheral Neuropathies; 123. Postoperative Epidural Analgesia; 124. Neuraxial Opioids; 125. Patient-Controlled Analgesia; 126. Systemic Multimodal Analgesia; 127. Continuous Spinal and Epidural Analgesia; 128. Neurolytic and Non-Neurolytic Blocks; 219. World Health Organization (WHO) Analgesic Ladder; Pediatric Anesthesia; 220. Apparatus and Breathing Circuits; 221. Endotracheal Tube Selection; 222. Warming Devices; 223. Premedications; 224. Agents, Techniques and Mapleson Circuits; 225. Induction Techniques; 226. Anesthetics Actions Different From Adults; 227. Drug Toxicities Preferentially Occurring in Children; 228. Opioid Dosing and Sensitivity; 229. Neuromuscular Blockers; 230. Regional Anesthesia; 231. Fluid Therapy and Blood Replacement; 232. NPO Guidelines for Pediatric Patients; 233. Problems in Intubation and Extubation; 234. Neonatal Physiology; 235. Cardiovascular System; 236. Metabolism, Fluid Distribution and Renal Function; 237. Thermal Regulation; 239. Fetal Hemoglobin; 240. Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia; 241. Congenital Heart and Major Vascular Disease; 242. Cyanotic Defects; 243. Acyanotic Defects; 244. Primary Pulmonary Hypertension; 245. Major Vascular Malformations; 246. Altered Uptake/Distribution of IV and Inhalation Anesthetics; 247. Cardiac Surgery; Corrective and Palliative; 248. Noncardiac Surgery; 249. Chronic Congenital Heart Disease; 250. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia; 251. Tracheoesophageal Fistula; 252. Neonatal Lobar Emphysema; 253. Pyloric Stenosis; 254. Necrotizing Enterocolitis; 255. Omphalocele/Gastroschisis; 256. Meconium Aspiration; 257. Respiratory Distress Syndrome; 258. Myelomeningocele; 259. Pnemo, Hemo, and Chylothorces; 260. Upper Respiratory Infections (Colds, Epiglottitis, Laryngotracheobronchitis), Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Cystic Fibrosis; 261. Musculoskeletal Disease; 262. Hydrocephalus; 263. Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy, Autism; 264. Childhood Obesity; 265. Skeletal Abnormalities in Children; 266. Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) and VATER Association; 267. Chromosomal Abnormalities and Other Common Pediatric Syndromes; 268. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis; 269. Malignant Hyperthermia in Children; Anesthetic Implications for Common Non-Neonatal Pediatric Subspecialty Surgery; 270. Otolaryngology; 271. Neurosurgery; 272. Thoracic Surgery; 273. General and Urologic Surgery; 274. Orthopedic Surgery; 275. Ophthalmologic Surgeries; 276. Pediatric Outpatient Surgery; 277. Systemic Medications and Routes of Administration, Multimodal Therapy.; 278. Regional Techniques; 279. Pediatric Management of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting; 280. Pediatric Sedation. Kasia. kasia.rubin@gmail.com; 281. Pediatric Anesthesia Outside the Operating Room; Obstetric Anesthesia; 282. Maternal Physiology; 283. Placenta; 284. Anesthetic Drugs and Adjuvants; 285 Oxytocic Drugs; 286. Tocolytic Drugs; 287. Mechanisms of Placental Transfer and Placental Transfer of Specific Drugs; 288. Fetal Disposition of Drugs; 289. Drug Effects on Newborn; 290. Amniotic Fluid; 291. Labor Analgesia; 292. Systemic Medications; 293. Other Blocks; 294. Complications of Obstetric Anesthesia; 295. Physiology of Labor; 296. Influence of Anesthetic Technique on Labor; 297. Cesarean Section; 298. Anesthesia for Cerclage or Non-Obstetric Surgery; 299. Ectopic Pregnancy; 300. Spontaneous Abortion; 301. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease; 302. Autoimmune Disorders; 303 Endocrine Disorders; 304. Heart Disease; 305. Hematologic Disorders; 306. Hypertension; 307. Neurologic Disorders; 308. Respiratory Disorders; 309. Renal Changes During Pregnancy; 310. Fetal Monitoring; 311. Preeclampsia and Eclampsia; 312. Supine Hypotensive Syndrome; 313. Aspiration of Gastric Contents; 314. Embolic Disorders; 315. Antepartum Hemorrhage; 316. Postpartum Hemorrhage; 317. Umbilical Cord Prolapse; 318. Retained Placenta; 319. Dystocia,l Malposition, and Malrepresentation; 320. Maternal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation; 321. Fever and Infection; 322. Preterm Labor; 323. Trial of Labor after Cesarean Delivery; 324. Multiple Gestation; 325. Neonatal Resuscitation; 326. Apgar Scoring; 327. Umbilical Cord Blood Gas; 328. Intrauterine Surgery; 329. Anesthetic Condierations in Breast-Feeding; Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) Anesthesia; 330. Airway Endoscopy, Microlaryngeal Surgery, Laser Surgery; 331. Hazards and Complications; 332. Intraoperative Thyroid and Parathyroid Function Monitoring; 333. Nerve Injury Monitoring During ENT Surgery; Miscellaneous; 334. Liposuction; 335. Anesthesia for Laparoscopic Surgery; 336. Ophthalmologic Anesthesia; 337. Orthopedic Anesthesia; 338. Anesthesia for Trauma Patient; 339. Anesthesia for MRI; 340. Hemorrhagic Shock; 341. Mass Casualty Events; 342. Chemical and Biological Warfare; 343. Anesthesia for Outpatient Surgery; 344. Patient Selection and Preoperative Management; 345. Discharge Criteria and Postoperative Follow Up; 346. Office-Based Anesthesia; 347. Geriatrics; 348. Pharmacological Implications; 349. Shock States; 350. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome; 351. Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome; 352. Prescription Medication Overdose; 353. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning; 354. Drowning; 355. Infection Control; 356. Needle Stick Injury; 357. Intravascular Catheter and Urinary Catheter Infection; 358. Ventilator Associated Pneumonia; 359. Antimicrobials; 360. Mechanical Ventilation; 361. Post-Operative Headache; Special Problems in Anesthesiology; 363. Electroconvulsive Therapy; 364. Organ Donors and Procurement; 365. Brain Death Criteria; 366. Radiological Procedures; 367. Ethics, Practice Management, Professionalism and Medicolegal Issues; 368. Ethics, Advance Directives/Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Orders; 369. Malpractice; 370. Initial Certification, Recertification, Maintenance of Certification and Related Issues; 371. Costs of Medical/Anesthesia Care and Operating Room Management; 372. Definitions; 373. Medications Errors; 374. Reporting: Mandatory and Voluntary Systems, Legal Requirements, Anesthesia Quality Institute and Physician Quality Reporting System; 375. Safety Practices; 376. Root Cause Analysis; 377. Crisis Management and Teamwork; 378. Quality Improvement; 379. Six Sigma and Lean Operations for the Anesthesiologist; 380. Barriers to Quality Improvement; 381. Federal Regulatory Requirements and Quality Payment Programs;
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