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  • TopMedTalks to... Jonathan Tan | TMT at IARS 17 June 2024
    This piece is part of our coverage of The International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS) annual meeting. Here our guest discusses his dual roles in patient safety and quality improvement and his research in spatial sciences; focusing on how environmental and social factors impact health. Can the integration of environmental data into electronic health records allow […]
  • ROCKet Trial and PANDOS | TMT at EA24 12 June 2024
    Euroanaesthesia is organised by The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM). This year, TopMedTalk was there in Munich, Germany, bringing you exclusive coverage. What are the effects of up to 72 hours of perioperative ketamine on the risk of development of chronic post-surgical pain? How can we improve pain management and perioperative opioid use […]
  • The role of scientific journals in 2024 | TMT @the 7th Collaborative Clinical Trials Conference, Prato, IT 11 June 2024
    Welcome to a conversation we recorded at The 7th Collaborative Clinical Trials in Anaesthesiology Conference, Prato, Italy. What is the role of a journal in 2024? Why are platform trials so exciting at the moment? How have things moved forward in research? Presented by Desiree Chappell with her co-hosts Mike Grocott, Kate Leslie and their […]
  • TopMedTalks to... Ruthi Landau | TMT at SOAP 10 June 2024
    Our coverage of the Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology (SOAP) continues. Developing clinical guidelines, fostering education, and conducting multi-center research to improve maternal health are all part of the SOAP mission. Also in this piece we discuss the General Anesthesia Registry, which collects data to improve anesthesia outcomes, and the Center of Excellence program. […]
  • The Effect of Perioperative Music on Medication Requirement and Hospital Length of Stay | EA24 7 June 2024
    “We are seriously scientifically evidence-based looking for solutions on the non-pharmacological side and music has turned out to be one of them” This fascinating piece takes its cue from an excellent paper; “The Effect of Perioperative Music on Medication Requirement and Hospital Length of Stay: A Meta-analysis” which you can read here: Presented by […]