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Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surgery: Neuromuscular Blockade and Its Reversal
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB).
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
1. Identify risk factors for rNMB that should be considered when selecting patients for ambulatory surgery
2. Compare the efficacy and safety of neuromuscular blockade reversal strategies used in ambulatory surgery
3. Integrate strategies for prevention of rNMB into care for patients in the ambulatory surgery setting
4. Design effective interdisciplinary communication strategies to improve postsurgical patient handoffs
Curtis Choice, MD (Chair)Assistant ProfessorDepartment of AnesthesiologyAlbert Einstein College of MedicineDirector, Division of Ambulatory AnesthesiaDirector of AnesthesiologyMontefiore Hutch Ambulatory Surgery CenterClinical Director, Preoperative Services for Hutch Tower II PAT ClinicMontefiore M...