Perioperative Management for Rectal Migration of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt.

Conclusion: Few case reports detail the appropriate anesthetic considerations for cases of VPS migration. This report describes shunt migration pathophysiology and patient assessment with a focus on anesthetic preparation and management for this rare complication. PMID: 32612485 [PubMed]
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I’m looking at last year’s BUMEDNOTE 1524 for Navy GME, and want to make sure I’m reading this correctly: When “remaining FTIS authorized selections” are listed (p. 15, below), is that BUMED’s goal for a given year? And does that mean all FTIS slots have been filled for a given position already if we do not see them on PGY1 selection goals (p. 14)? Take anesthesiology for instance: it has listed that there are NADDS opportunities but no FTIS opportunities (p. 14). Is this just because the... Question on FTIS vs. MODS Residency Spots Available According to BUMEDNOTE 1524
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The hospital system where I work has been doing COVID testing on all non emergent cases over the past several months. However, due to cost, and the fact that we are not finding many asymptomatic COVID cases, the CMO now wants to stop doing COVID testing pre op. Just wanted to see what is going on at your shop. My anesthesia group feels this is unfair to make a unilateral decision like this, especially since its our lives on the line during airway management, and every case we do is an... COVID testing on elective cases
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Hey everyone! I’m a recent anesthesiology convert who’s wondering if anyone has any experience with couples matching. My school advisor is telling me that even with my stats, I should apply to a back-up specialty. My SO is top of our class, similar comlex to mine, and is applying pathology. for some insight into my stats, I'm a current OMS4 at a newer DO school in the SE Around 50th percentile in my class Step1: 239 Comlex 1: 578 Step2: we’ll see Research: have 1 prior publication and 2... Anesthesiology and Couples Matching
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Hello all, I'm an intern (PGY-1) currently at a TY residency. I'm in the process of scheduling my COMLEX level 3 and would like to know if I would need to take Step 3 also. Would having a Step 3 make me more competitive? If anyone has any ideas, let me know. Thanks in advance.
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