Simulation In AnesthesiaBy
- Christopher Gallagher, MD, Professor and Residency Director, Stony Brook Department of Anesthesia. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA
- S. Issenberg, MD, Assistant Dean and Director, Education Research and Technology, Center for Research in Medical Education, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Fl
Following up his best-selling Board Stiff TEE & Too manuals for the oral boards in anesthesiology, Dr. Gallagher has produced a step-by-step how-to guide on conducting an anesthesia simulation. Topics include which equipment to use as well as suggestions for simulation scenarios that will help train your staff with a theoretical basis for handling even the most unexpected complications. This simulation guide with video clips helps to close the gaps that may result when abnormal situations are not recognized quickly enough or the response to them is haphazard and slow.
The result is a highly effective, enjoyable, and affordable tool on this increasingly important way to ensure resources are being managed effectively.
Anesthesiology Residents & Practitioners, Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Anesthesia Students, Health Science Libraries
Hardbound, 512 Pages
Published: October 2006
- 1. What is a simulator a clinical checklist or a theater?
2. How an anesthesia simulation is done
3. Simulation equipment
4. Simulation scenarios
5. Behavioral issues
6. Attendance and scheduling issues
7. What other disciplines should we work with?
8. Clinical lessons learned from simulation
9. The great debate