Pediatric Anesthesia In the Department of Anesthesia

Pediatric Anesthesia Teaching Materials

These guidelines and teaching units are in evolution. They are intended for use by the residents, fellows, and faculty of Stanford University Anesthesia and the Packard Children's Hospital. If you are not affiliated with these centers, you may download these materials for your own use or for teaching purposes. This content is copyrighted by the authors; you may reproduce each syllabus in whole for use in teaching, but must obtain the written permission of the authors prior to excerpting a syllabus in another electronic or print medium. All reproductions should acknowledge the source URL.
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Rotation Orientation

 

 
Orientation Information OR Layout
Pediatric Anesthesia Basics (PPT)NEW What is IPASS?
Goals and Objectives iGuide download instructionsNEW
 

Basics

 

 
Preoperative Evaluation Ambulatory Anesthesia
MRI Anesthesia in Remote Locations
TIVA Ocular Lubricants and Head & Neck Surgery

Resuscitation

 
2010 AHA Guideline Changes Neonatal Resuscitation: AHA 2010 Guidelines
Pediatric BLS: AHA 2010 Guidelines Pediatric ALS: AHA 2010 Guidelines
2013 Pediatric Perioperative Life SupportNEW  

Complex Pediatric Cases

 

Congenital Heart Disease

 

Patients with Mitochondrial Disease

 

 

Pediatric Difficult Airways

 

Spinal Fusions

Thoracic Surgery and Lung Isolation Epidermolysis Bullosa
The Child with Diabetes The Child with DKA
Critical Airway Transport to PICU
 

Organ Transplant Anesthesia

 
Liver Transplant
Kidney Transplant

Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management

 
Rotation Guidelines for Pain Management Regional Anesthesia
Pain Management Ketamine Infusions for Pain Management
Unconventional Analgesics Reprogramming the Stryker Pain Pump

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