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Central Line by American Society of Anesthesiologists - a podcast series for the anesthesia community

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Central Line, the official podcast series of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, edited by Dr. Adam Striker, features leaders in the field of anesthesiology discussing a variety of challenges and opportunities vital to the practice and profession.

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United States

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Central Line, the official podcast series of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, edited by Dr. Adam Striker, features leaders in the field of anesthesiology discussing a variety of challenges and opportunities vital to the practice and profession.

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@ASALifeline

Language:

English

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Episodes
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Inside the Monitor: New Frontiers in Patient Safety

6/3/2024
Drs. Monica Harbell and Emily Methangkool with Dr. Adam Striker about advancing patient safety in 2024 and beyond. From why anesthesiologists are so well suited to driving patient safety efforts, to the challenges facing the specialty, to how to think about “zero patient harm” and the differences between “patient safety” and “quality improvement,” this episode dives deep into this most essential topic. Recorded May 2024.

Duration:00:26:05

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Subspecialty: Pain Management

5/20/2024
Dr. David Provenzano, president of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, ASRA PM, speaks with Dr. Brooke Trainer about trends in pain management. Learn about new treatments for pain, patient access challenges, and where the subspecialty is going. Recorded May 2024.

Duration:00:31:31

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Inside the Monitor: Updates in Medical Education

5/13/2024
Dr. Shobana Rajan, guest editor of June’s ASA Monitor, speaks with Dr. Zach Deutch about the many ways anesthesia education is evolving. From workforce shortages to mentorship and sponsorship, from virtual reality to the validity of online learning platforms, the conversation touches on a range of salient issues. Recorded April 2024.

Duration:00:31:45

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Subspecialty: Perioperative Strokes and Thrombectomy

4/29/2024
Dr. Adam Striker interviews Drs. Paul Picton and Matt Whalin from the Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care, SNACC, about perioperative stroke. Hear their expert opinions on risk factors, the measurement gap, guidelines, the importance of early detection, the effectiveness of thrombectomy, and more. Recorded April 2024.

Duration:00:31:40

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Inside the Monitor – 30-Day Mortality after Anesthesia and Surgery

4/15/2024
Dr. Daniel Sessler, contributor to the May ASA Monitor, joins Dr. Zach Deutch to discuss 30-day mortality after anesthesia and surgery and the role anesthesiologists might play in addressing postoperative mortality. From the prevalence of preventable death in this period to major causes and potential solutions, this episode explores an underrecognized and emerging topic in the specialty. Recorded April 2024.

Duration:00:29:05

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GLP-1 Agonists

4/8/2024
Dr. Adam Striker welcomes Dr. Vaibhav Bora, member of the ACE editorial board, to the show to discuss GLP-1 Agonists, a topic that appears in the 21A issue. The conversation touches on mechanisms of action, brand names, how these agents interact with insulin, side effects, guidelines, and more. Recorded March 2024

Duration:00:28:32

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Innovations in Anesthesiology

4/1/2024
From innovations in clinical care and technology to trends in education and practice management, anesthesiology continues to evolve. Dr. Irving Ye from ASA's Committee on Innovation joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss where the specialty is headed and innovations that will make an impact on patients and practices. Recorded March 2024.

Duration:00:39:06

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Inside the Monitor – Critical Care Medicine

3/18/2024
Dr. Zach Deutch interviews the co-editors of April’s ASA Monitor, Dr. Shahla Siddiqui and Dr. Ashish Khanna, about evolving trends, practices, and procedures in critical care medicine. From new guidelines related to perioperative tube feeding to the use of mechanical circulation support devices to the ethics of end of life discussions in the perioperative period, this episode examines some of the novel, innovative, and important shifts in critical care. Recorded February 2024.

Duration:00:33:14

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Subspecialty: Pediatrics

3/4/2024
Drs. John Fiadjoe and Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz from the Society of Pediatric Anesthesia join Dr. Adam Striker for an in-depth conversation about pediatric airways and the pediatric difficult intubation registry. Learn how the registry works, what the data reveals, and how the subspecialty is evolving. Recorded February 2024.

Duration:00:34:59

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Inside the Monitor – Global Critical Care

2/19/2024
The intersection of global health and critical care is explored in this conversation between guest host Dr. Keya Locke and Dr. Ana Maria Crawford, guest editor of the March ASA Monitor. Listen in as they discuss assumptions that can harm patients, what we can learn from global colleagues, gaps in critical care, and more. Recorded February 2024.

Duration:00:43:19

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New Findings re Postpartum Hemorrhage and Pediatric Airway Management

2/12/2024
Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Alyssa Brzenski, editor for Summaries of Emerging Evidence (SEE), examine two recent studies featured in the 40A issue. Listen in as they discuss a study of the use of a prophylactic methylergonovineduring intrapartum cesarean birth, and a second study comparing the use of general anesthesia versus sedation for pediatric airway management. Recorded February 2024.

Duration:00:28:07

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Subspecialty: Critical Care

2/5/2024
Dr. Brooke Trainer talks to Drs. Somnath Bose and Talia Ben-Jacob about the role of intensivists. Listen in as they discuss the value critical care anesthesiologists bring to departments and hospitals, the role of the Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (SOCCA), the subspecialty’s future, and more. Recorded January 2024.

Duration:00:37:13

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Inside the Monitor - Challenges Abound for Indigenous Peoples of North America

1/22/2024
Dr. Elizabeth Drum, guest editor of the February ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Keya Locke, for a discussion of the challenges facing Indigenous People of North America and the anesthesiologists who work with this patient population. Learn about some of the health care issues prevalent in tribal nations, the work being done to address this critical global health challenge, the Indian Health Service (IHS), and more. Recorded January 2024.

Duration:00:29:03

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The Leaders’ Episode

1/7/2024
This special episode of Central Line pairs ASA’s new president, Dr. Ronald Harter, with ASA’s new CEO, Mr. Brian Reilly, for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities facing ASA and the specialty of anesthesiology. Go behind the scenes with ASA leadership as they share their hopes and worries as well as their plans, expectations, best advice, and more. Recorded December 2023.

Duration:00:42:19

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ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023 Revisited

12/26/2023
In this special episode, Dr. Adam Striker shares clips from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023 featuring experts and leaders, including ASA’s outgoing president, Dr. Michael Champeau, and incoming president, Dr. Ronald Harter, as well as Dr. George Williams, Dr. Peter Killoran, Dr. Lois Connolly, Dr. Michael Beck, and others. Listen in as leaders from the field discuss topics ranging from ASA’s advocacy efforts to workforce issues, AI, payment models, and the role of HBCUs in educating our future leaders. Recorded by TopMedTalk in October 2023, at the ASA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

Duration:00:21:51

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Women in Anesthesia Leadership

12/11/2023
Dr. Jane Moon, contributor to the January ASA Monitor, joins the podcast to discuss women in anesthesia leadership with Dr. Striker. Learn about the history of women in the specialty, the challenges and opportunities facing women anesthesiologists today, and tactics that can lead to a more equitable future. Recorded November 2023.

Duration:00:40:20

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Early Career Membership Program

11/27/2023
Dr. Kyle Robinson joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss his first few years of practice and ASA’s Early Career Membership Program. From managing transitions to finding resources to how he has used ASA’s new program, listen in for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing young anesthesiologists today. Recorded November 2023.

Duration:00:39:39

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Inside the Monitor - E is for Equity

11/13/2023
Dr. Keya Locke, co-guest editor of December’s ASA Monitor, joins guest host, Dr. Brooke Trainer, for a candid conversation about equity in health care and the specialty. Their forthright conversation touches on steps anesthesiologists can take to advance equity, the intersection of equity and patient care, the import of equity in medical education and leadership, and more. Recorded November 2023.

Duration:00:51:59

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Generations of Anesthesiologists Live from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023

10/30/2023
Live from Center Stage at ASA’s annual meeting, Dr. Adam Striker hosts a panel of anesthesiologists at different career stages. He joins Dr. Abigail Schirmer, a CA1, along with late career anesthesiologist, Dr. Mark Singleton, and recent retiree, Dr. Richard Himes, in conversation about how the specialty has evolved, what they wish other generations understood better, their expectations for the future, and more. Recorded October 2023.

Duration:00:54:31

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Postoperative Delirium and Patient Monitoring Take Center Stage with ASA and ACCRAC

10/23/2023
Recorded in front of a live audience at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2023, Dr. Jed Wolpaw, host of the ACCRAC podcast, examines some of the specialty’s key advancements. Dr. Deborah Culley talks about advances in understanding postoperative delirium, and Dr. John Eichhorn discusses his role in evolving patient monitoring standards. Recorded October 2023.

Duration:00:49:12