Shelly and Denise relive the glory days of stories they've heard from Army days past. Fantastic stories about Ketamine, having less and doing more, and how to survive deployments. Join the hosts for great stories they'll tell it how it is!!!
Kevin and Shelly undertake another teaching episode where the hosts discuss teaching topics on induction agents. Dos, don'ts, and reasons for selecting certain agents are discussed with the hosts. Things you won't find in the text books where we explore the lighter side of clinical implications.
Kevin, Shelly, Ronnie, and the Real Doctor share ER stories they've heard about from foreign bodies, sensitive exams, and other ridiculous medical tales in the life of Emergency Medicine. Join the hosts and guests as they recall items they've heard about in the avenue of Emergency Medicine!!!
Kevin and Shelly cone across some interesting Case Reports of Airway obstructions with Leeches, Bees, and Fish. Join the Wise Guys as they investigate how strangely no uncommon leeches are found in and around the Larynx. Lesson Learned: Boil the water FIRST!!!
Kevin, Shelly, and Ronnie band together to discuss possible use of anesthetic and OR practices that could be used to coerce informants to divulge information. Media, movies, and stories have implicated using medications that anesthesia providers use daily as agents of interrogation. Pentathol, ketamine, versed, and other ways of extracting information are investigated. Join us on the fringe as we have a dark journey into ways our tools can be manipulated to more unorthodox uses.
Kevin, Shelly, and Stuart discuss stories and issues from rural Kentucky medical center. Join hosts for investigation of culture, case diversity, and interesting stories they've heard about.
Kevin, Shelly, Rachel, and Adam discuss Pediatric Anesthesia and the Business of Medicine in a combo episode with experts in both arenas. Join the crew for great stories from the very small to the very ridiculous as we bring entertainment to your day!!!
Kevin and Shelly discuss stories for the 4th of July about fireworks and burn injuries they have heard about. Feel free to email us at anesthesiawiseguys.gmail.com for any additional stories you have heard about. Will give a shout out for fantastic stories!!! Some language on this episode. Explicit rating for brief language.
Kevin, Shelly, and The International Man of Mystery discuss Anesthesia Medical simulation. History, current capabilities, and future directions are discussed in the most ridiculous manner possible. If you LOVE British accents, the International Man of Mystery provides insight to what we are doing, and CAN do for the medical simulators of Today and Tomorrow!!!
Kevin, Shelly, The Wisest of Guys, Fidel, Bieber, Indian Girl, and Random Blonde Chick tell a collection of stories they've heard about. Join the guest crew for outstanding stories over time including an exhaustive compendium of epidural adventures. EXPLICIT.
Kevin, Shelly, and Guest Host Tom Discuss Preop stories, topics, and advantages. Join the hosts for a dive into an outstanding look into what a strong Preop Clinic can offer to patients, hospitals, and surgeons. Discussion offers an insight as to how this benefits all in the Perioperative Setting with humor as only the Wise Guys can offer.
Kevin, Shelly, and Guest Host Pat discuss burnout issues among anesthesia providers. Physical, mental, and compassion fatigue all present in providers in high stress environments. Join the hosts as they elucidate issues presented to all anesthesia providers during stress and relaxation periods of day to day life.
Shelly and guests Bryan, and neighbor Billy discuss hospital security issues. EXPLICIT. Physical security, technological security, software security, and others are items are issues that are around us daily that we commonly don"t even see. Enjoy the discussion.
Kevin, Shelly and Guests Kara and Elizabeth discuss ASRA 2017, and Spouse experience of work hours and being married to a busy Anesthesiologist. Enjoy the combo episode talking about new regional topics and personal experience of family relations to busy anesthesia departments. Feel free to share with spouses that experience this lifestyle of dedication to the practice of medicine.
Kevin, Shelly, and Kara discuss the physiologic processes of the death of Christ. A look as only the Wise Guys (and girls) can provide with semi accurate accounts of the events and processes that Christ suffered upon his crucifixion. Discussion of published papers outlining physiologic processes that could have contributed to the death of Christ. Enjoy the discussion.
Kevin, Shelly, and the Wisest of Guys tell stories, discuss innovations, and offer general gripes of things they've heard about in the interval. Bring your listening ears into the land of the Wise Guys.
Kevin and Shelly discuss Airway Management Strategies and the tools they've used and heard about to achieve intubation glory. Jump into the rabbit hole of the trachea to have your next adventure.
Shelly and guest host Uttam discuss ICU adventures they've heard about. Join the hosts as they banter about ICU items and interesting things they've encountered.
Kevin and Shelly discuss news topics and interesting cases we've heard about. Tune in to find out about issues ranging from ERAS, to Perioperative Surgical Home, including the ruling from the Virginia court case, and interesting cases we've heard about.
Kevin, Shelly, and John Ross tell stories from smaller facilities that they've heard of. Rural hospitals have less resources, manpower, and equipment- but still take care of very ill patients. Hear some of the more bizarre and funny stories as heard by the hosts for an entertaining episode!!!
Kevin and Shelly give likely and ridiculous predictions for what will hit the anesthesia world in 2017. Don't worry. They'll follow up on accuracy at the end of 2017. Listen in as we forecast the future for the next year.
Kevin, Shelly, Shira, John Ross, and Elizabeth discuss the pointed topic of "Would the Virgin Mary get an epidural?" The discussion delves deep into direct concerns. Would God intervene? Would she have had no pain regardless? Would she agree to placement? Join the crew as we dig deep into what would we think would actually happen!
Kevin and Shelly are back with another teaching episode. The Wise Guys discuss colloids and Blood Product components in their "teaching" format where Kevin answers "I don't know", and "Magic!" a lot.
Kevin, Shelly, and Dr. Vitesh Enaker PhD Kinesiology discuss moving patients, and risks associated with positioning. We all are concerned with how patients are positioned under anesthetics, but Kevin and Shelly discuss with an expert how normal movement and placement of seemingly "neutral" positions can lead to adverse outcomes. Watch that padding!!!
Shelly and Jared delve deep into the contents of crystalloid infusions. Have you ever read the labels on these delightful infusions we give patients daily? Per listener request- we explore the teaching aspects of the breakdown on what's in these solutions and why we choose what we choose!!!