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Electrophysiology

In this course, you will learn basic and advanced strategies when doing anesthesia for the EP patient. EP patients often present with significant cardiac comorbidities and thus need special attention. These patients are not the "run-of-the-mill" MAC patient; even though MAC is often the desired anesthetic technique. Annette has extensive experience in the cath lab as well as the EP lab, and she will in this course give you valuable tools to use when you are yourself assigned to the EP lab.
Electrophysiology Anesthesia For You

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What you are going to learn

This is why Electrophysiology
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Annette Storm, MNA, CRNA, CCRN has worked extensively in the cardiac catheterization laboratory before she became a CRNA. Since then she was a natural pick for cath lab liaison CRNA for the department where she works. She was instrumental to finetune the anesthesia techniques they currently use. As part of this she and a coworker went to Duke University Hospital EP lab for a couple of days to learn what they do for their EP patients. They then came back and started experimenting with these techniques. 
In this lecture Annette will share her vast knowledge about EP studies and the anesthetic techniques that will be most beneficial for your patients.
Topics Annette will cover include:
  • What is the electrophysiology or EP study?
  • Different procedures done in the EP lab, including pacemakers, AICDs, S-ICDs, TEEs, CVs, RFAs, Cryoablations, and more.
  • Different anesthetic techniques required in your arsenal.
  • How to adapt the best laid plan when the situation requires a change
  • Many pearls along the way on how to make your day easier and safer for the patients
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