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  • How an Anesthesiologist Sets Up an Operating Room for Surgery

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    Setting up an operating room is one of the most important parts of an anesthesiologist's day! In this video, I set up for surgery and walk you through each step of the way using the mnemonic MS MAIDS.

    0:00 Start
    0:47 Machine
    2:12 Suction
    2:30 Monitors
    3:26 Airway
    5:01 IV
    6:26 Drugs
    9:18 Special
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  • How to set up the operating room?| MSMAIDS | 3 anesthesia & me

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    In this episode I go through the MSMAIDS | setting up anesthesia in the operating room. This is one of the most important aspects to being a successful anesthesiologist and doctor and student in general, that is the discipline and set up , of the operating room. The operating room set up of Anesthesia is critical in terms of the overall flow you have during your day.



    My name is Dr. Karen Francois and I am a 5th year Attending physician based out of NY. These stories will chronicle my life with Anesthesia, as an Anesthesiologist and home life with my husband and 3 children. Through these glimpses into my life I hope to inspire and motivate young women or men into seriously considering Anesthesia as a career choice.
    I am a Doctor and I as born and raised in the projects of the Bronx NY and I made it to become of highly respected physician , if I can do it then any one else in my situation can do the same.
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  • Operating Room - Behind the Scenes - Nebraska Medicine

    2:01

    We go behind “the red line” and into the OR. Mark Emodi, director of Perioperative Services at Nebraska Medicine, shows us how OR teams prepare for each new case and how dedicated colleagues “turn over” each OR to get it ready for the next patient.

  • Setting up for SURGERY

    10:43

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  • The Surgical Team | Surgeon, Anesthesiologist, First Assist, Scrub Nurse, & More

    10:33

    Does surgery sound sexy to you? Maybe you’ve been watching Grey’s Anatomy, House, or my favorite, Scrubs. Yet surgery isn’t just about the surgeon, but an entire healthcare team that ensures the patient is cared for when they’re under the knife. Let’s dive in on the different parts of the surgical team.

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    00:39 - The Surgeon
    03:12 - The Anesthesiologist
    04:52 - The First Assist
    05:40 - The Scrub Nurse
    06:35 - The Circulating Nurse
    07:37 - Medical Trainees
    08:59 - Outside the Operating Room

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  • Contents of the Anesthesiologists Medication Cart in the Operating Room

    5:26

    In this guided tour of the anesthesiologist's medication cart, you'll see vasopressors, paralytics, reversal agents, antihypertensives, and much more! Narrated by Erica Fagelman, MD, chief resident at Mt. Sinai's anesthesiology residency.
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  • THE OPERATING ROOM

    12:24

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  • Operating Room Equipment that Anesthesiologists need to Understand

    13:04

    How does special operating room equipment affect anesthesia care of patients? In this video, I highlight some of the anesthetic considerations of neurosurgery, robotic surgery, and other types of surgery that have unique equipment in the operating room.

    0:00 Start
    1:27 Neurosurgery
    4:28 Robotic surgery
    7:51 Spine surgery
    9:01 C-sections
    10:23 Genitourinary surgery
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  • Surgical Services

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    Interested in working in Surgery and have a passion for pediatrics? Arkansas Children's Hospital's Surgical Services Department is the place for you! Carter, RN in the Surgical Services Department, explains more about the different services in the OR and the joy of having the job he's always wanted.
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  • Anesthesia Workstation by Kelly Heape for OPENPediatrics

    8:41

    In this video, Drs. Kelly and Stephen Heape demonstrate recommended organization and preparation of the anesthesia workstation prior to intubation or induction of general anesthesia of a child.
    1:13 Chapter 1: Introduction
    1:37 Chapter 2: Suction
    2:44 Chapter 3: Oxygen
    4:08 Chapter 4: Airway
    6:07 Chapter 5: Pharmacy
    6:37 Chapter 6: Machine
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    OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user.

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  • A Day in the Life of General Operating Room Nurses - Greater Baltimore Medical Center

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  • 6. The Operating Room - VHE: Hip/Knee Replacement

    3:20

    Take a virtual tour of the operating room to meet surgery team members and understand their roles caring for you during surgery.

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    In this Patient Experience video series members of the Mayo Clinic healthcare team share information on The Patient Experience for those undergoing Total Hip or Total Knee Replacement Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Florida. These videos will take you on a surgical journey from arrival at the hospital to discharge from the hospital. Along the way you will meet many members of the healthcare team who will share how they work together, with you, to support Mayo Clinic's commitment to safety and quality.

  • Anaesthesia - General anaesthetic

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    Anaesthesia - General anaesthetic

  • Waking up during surgery? The truth about general anesthesia & how awareness is prevented

    22:56

    How do anesthesiologists know that patients are actually unconscious while under general anesthesia? In this video, I explain what goes into assessing anesthetic depth and address the misconception that a patient who's moving is awake.

    0:00 Start
    0:35 A familiar scenario
    3:09 Levels of anesthesia
    6:21 Components of general anesthesia
    8:29 Movement =/= awake
    13:37 Judging anesthetic depth
    17:12 Bispectral index monitoring
    21:19 Awareness with recall

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  • Aestiva Anesthesia Delivery System: Quick Start Guide

    10:56

    Learn how to quickly set up and operate the Aestiva Anesthesia Machine. See step-by-step instructions to power on the system, perform a daily periop checkout, start a case, set up alarms and end a case. Please refer to the user manual for complete information on how to operate the system. For helpful resources please visit

  • Day In The Life In Anesthesia | Medication You Get From Anesthesia

    11:16

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    Here are some of the most common drugs given by a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist (SRNA), Anesthesia Residents, and Physician Anesthesiologists for almost all types of surgeries in the operating room to help put you to sleep, place a breath tube (intubation), keep you asleep, and wake you up after anesthesia.

    List of anesthetic drugs featured in this video:
    PROPOFOL
    rocuronium
    succinylcholine
    lidocaine
    nefazolin
    neostigmine
    glycopyrrolate
    sugammadex (Bridion)
    dexamethosone
    zofran (ondansetron)
    toradol (ketorolac)
    phenylephrine
    ephedrine

    Some of these medications are also given in the ICU and Emergency Departments by Nurses trained in critical care and emergency medicine. These include:
    PROPOFOL, rocuronium, phenylephrine, cefazolin, and others.

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  • Anesthesia Workstation Turnover by McArthur Kitchen for OPENPediatrics

    5:35

    In this video, McArthur Skip Kitchen, Chief Anesthesia Technician at Boston Children's Hospital, will demonstrate and describe the key components of an appropriate anesthesia workstation turnover.
    0:43 Chapter 1: Clean-up and Breakdown
    2:30 Chapter 2: Setup
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    OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user.

    For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu

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  • Vital signs monitoring for anesthesiologists, explained

    15:49

    What monitors does an anesthesiologist use during surgery? In this video, I explain - and demonstrate - the standard vital sign equipment that I monitor anytime I'm providing anesthesia.

    0:00 Start
    00:24 Why monitor vital signs
    02:14 ECG
    04:31 Pulse oximetry
    07:36 Capnography (CO2)
    10:11 Blood pressure
    13:54 Temperature

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  • Patient Positioning

    15:20

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  • So You Want to Be an ANESTHESIOLOGIST Ep. 12

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    So you want to be an anesthesiologist. You like the idea of being in the operating room, being the patient’s guardian angel, and having a laidback lifestyle. Let’s debunk the public perception myths of what it means to be an anesthesiologist, and give it to you straight. This is the reality of anesthesiology.

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    07:47 - Subspecialties within Anesthesia
    11:00 - What You’ll Love About Anesthesiology
    11:48 - What You Won’t Love About Anesthesiology
    12:59 - Should You Become an Anesthesiologist?

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  • A Day in the Life of an ANESTHESIOLOGIST EP 4 | OPERATING ROOM TOUR & Q+A!

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  • Cardiac Surgery Patient Preparation Video

    9:33

    In this video, the Mount Sinai Hospital team will show you how to prepare for your heart surgery.

  • Recovery Room

    4:48

    When the procedure is finished, you are taken to the Recovery Room, where you are monitored closely and learn the importance of deep breathing, coughing and moving to reduce the risk of postoperative complications.
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  • Preoperative Preparation: What an Anesthesia Resident Tells Patients Right Before Anesthesia Starts

    12:25

    What do patients hear from their doctor in the minutes leading up to anesthesia? In this video, I explain the typical - and not so typical - conversations I've had with patients during my first five months of training in anesthesia.

    0:00 Start
    0:28 Pre-anesthesia routine
    4:53 The usual encounter
    5:37 The funny patient
    8:01 The talkative patient
    8:57 The nervous patient
    10:25 The pediatric patient
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  • Medical Assistant Training Prepare for Minor Surgical Procedures

    2:41

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    - Describe and demonstrate correct post-procedure considerations.
    - Define and demonstrate correct recording and reporting procedures.
    - Define and use related medical terminology.
    - Understand and apply Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.
    - Explain the Patient Privacy Rule (HIPAA), Patient Safety Act, and Patients' Bill of Rights.



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  • Three Things You Should Know About OR Nurses

    4:40

    Rob MacIsaac visits one of our operating rooms at the Hamilton General Hospital to learn three things you should know about the role of an OR nurse.

  • Dr. Abed Rahman: Being an IMG Anesthesiologist

    30:51

    We discussed being an IMG Anesthesiologist with Dr. Abed Rahman.

    ▪ Tell us about yourself
    ▪ What is the best part of being an IMG?
    ▪ As an IMG why did you choose Anesthesiology? And was it your first choice?
    How was your overall experience with Anesthesiology Residency?
    ▪ How was your experience as a PGY1 resident and what do you recommend all residents heading for their PGY1 year?
    ▪ In your opinion who is the ideal candidate for Anesthesiology? And what aspects of a residency candidate is most attractive to program directors in this field?
    ▪ What do you like most about being an Anesthesiologist?
    ▪ What are the top challenges for Anesthesiologists? What are your recommendations to overcome these challenges?
    ▪ If you were a residency program director today, will you look at candidates' overall application or one thing in specific you look for in the selection? Why?
    ▪ Which med school did you pick and why? What was your experience?
    ▪ What is the most important piece of document in the Residency application you look for?
    ▪ What do you focus on candidates during the interview process?
    ▪ What candidate will you rank highest in the Rank List?
    ▪ The residency application process overall?
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  • Interscalene Nerve Blocks: Shoulder surgery anesthesia

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    Shoulder surgeries call for an interscalene nerve block in addition to other forms of anesthesia. Anesthesiologist Tina Ellis, MD, explains the benefits of this nerve block. Learn more at

  • First 3 Months of Anesthesiology Residency - An Update!

    20:50

    I'm 3 months into anesthesia residency, which overall has been awesome! In this video, I go into detail about the cases I did, hours worked, procedures performed, what it's like working with surgeons, and a lot more.

    0:00 Start
    0:34 Biggest changes
    3:01 First 3 months in numbers
    9:49 Procedures & equipment
    13:46 Scariest experience
    17:01 Surgery types
    18:56 Working with surgeons
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  • Anesthesia for Neurosurgery - Interview with Neuroanesthesia Chief Dr. Ben Toure

    18:37

    Anesthesia for neurosurgery requires such a unique skillset that it's a formal subspecialty of anesthesiology. In this video, I interview Dr. Ben Toure, Mt. Sinai Hospital's chief of neuroanesthesia, who talks about the special considerations for anesthesia for neurosurgery.

    0:00 Start
    0:44 Dr. Toure's background
    2:08 Why neuroanesthesia is a subspecialty
    3:05 Unique anesthetic considerations
    6:00 Neural monitoring
    8:29 Unique equipment
    9:32 Neurosurgeons
    11:25 Non-neurosurgery anesthesia
    12:11 Work/life balance, call
    13:38 Anesthesia medications
    14:40 Biggest challenges
    15:33 Being a minority physician
    17:03 Final thoughts

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  • First 24-hour Call during Anesthesia Residency!

    24:48

    What’s a 24-hour call like for an anesthesia resident? Find out with me as I do my first 24-hour call as a PGY-2 anesthesia resident!
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  • Learn more about Perioperative Nursing at Cleveland Clinic

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    Hello, my name is Beth. I'm an anesthesia provider here at The Everett clinic. I'm here to provide you with a brief overview of the types of anesthesia that you may receive for your procedure. You will have an opportunity to speak in person with your anesthesia provider on the day of surgery to ask questions or discuss concerns that you may have.

    After you meet with your anesthesia provider, a surgical nurse will escort you to the operating room. Monitors to measure your heart rate, oxygen level and blood pressure will be applied and an oxygen mask will be placed on your mouth and nose before going to sleep. As you breathe the oxygen, medicine will be injected into your IV that will cause you to fall asleep for your surgery. Some people notice the medicine causes a warm or cold sensation and even stinging near the IV which lasts for several seconds. During surgery, you'll often receive medications for pain control, antibiotics and medicine to prevent nausea which is sometimes seen following general anesthesia. As your surgery is concluding, the anesthesia provider will begin to wake you up and then transport you to the recovery area. Most often people leave for home within one to two hours of surgery.

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    Please fill out this form if you're planning to attend this GSSA Webinar. This is part of a series of webinars that GSSA is hosting to help shed some light on how to incorporate global surgery into residency for current applicants to surgical and anesthesia residency programs in the United States. We'll be hosting current residents across various surgical sub-specialties to speak about what they considered when applying, how to incorporate global surgery work into residency, and their own career paths in the field. All webinars will be recorded and posted to our YouTube channel.

    Date: Monday, September 14

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    Maziar Nourian, MD - Mazi is a 2nd year resident at Vanderbilt University Medical Center training in Anesthesiology. His interests include global anesthesia training and device development for low resource settings.

    Kashmira Chawla, MD MSc - Kashmira is an Anesthesiologist who has completed her residency training from NYP-Weill Cornell Medical Center. She obtained her M.D. from Mayo Medical School and an MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has field experience in India, Thailand, Honduras, Malawi, and Swaziland. Kashmira is passionate about building anesthesia and critical care capacity, perioperative care, and policy guided by outcomes research.

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    In this video I will share with you how a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) mixes anesthesia medications for use in the operating room. Many CRNAs have their own cocktails, however the same principle applies to most drugs.

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    01:32 - Phenylephrine (Neosynephrine)

    03:00 - Norepinephrine (Levophed)

    04:26 - Dilaudid (Hydromorphone)

    05:54 - Remifentanil (Ultiva)

    07:33 - Precedex (Dexmedetomidine)

    A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is also known as a Nurse Anesthetist or Nurse Anesthesiologist. A graduate nursing student that studies anesthesia is called a Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist (SRNA). An SRNA studies Nurse Anesthesia, and as of 2022, all new graduating SRNA's graduate with a doctoral degree.

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