AUTOMATED LOW FLOW ANESTHESIA & VISUAL DRUG DISPLAY SYSTEMS
International symposium on
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22
“In reply to some statements made at the last NAVAt meeting, we (Jan Hendrickx, Andre De Wolf) explicitly state that modern inhaled agents are perfectly safe to be used with low fresh gas flows and during closed circuit anesthesia with modern CO2 absorbents. More specifically, there is no risk for any postoperative cognitive dysfunction related to any trace gases that may accumulate during closed circuit anesthesia with modern inhaled agents and CO2 absorbents. Please also refer to https://www.apsf.org/article/concern-about-the-use-of-very-low-flow-sevoflurane-anesthesia/ in the APSF Newsletter Circulation 122,210 • Volume 32, No. 3 • February 2018″
Harvard, Boston, USA.
On the smallest closed circuit anesthesia machine in the world
Stanford, CA, USA.
1, 2, 3, 4,… Should the obese patient have a little more?
Anesthetic drug choice and dosing in the obese patient
Which machine knobs to twist for the obese patient?
How to ventilate and oxygenate the obese surgical patient
Philadelphia, PA, USA
On Swiss cheese and inhaled anesthetics
Where and how inhaled anesthetics work
Harvard Boston, MA, USA
Can my anesthesia machine be hacked?
Alkmaar, The Netherlands
The Leo & Chris Vaes Lecture I
Bart Westerkamp and the Physioflex
ANDERE VAN ZUNDERT
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Leo & Christiane Vaes
No more CO2 absorber canister changes !!
From CPB oxygenator to everlasting CO2 filter
A dry argument
Restrictive vs. liberal fluids in abdominal surgery (RELIEF)
Christchurch, New Zealand
What *you* can learn from your anesthesia machine
Data management and reverse teaching
Workstation responses when fresh gas flows are lower than patient uptake: Kill Bill III ?
What exactly happens if the fresh gas flow is too low ? How to use a closed circuit with a fresh gas flow below uptake ?
ANDRE DE WOLF
Now wake’m up, doc !
Rational emergence after inhalational anesthesia
Andre De Wolf
Groningen The Netherlands