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This piece focuses upon the Perioperative Quality Improvement Initiative (POQI) and perioperative hypotension.
Checkout the POQI website here: http://poqi.org/
Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with their guest Andrew Shaw, Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta and Zone Clinical Department Head for Anesthesia, Alberta Health Services Edmonton Zone. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK), the American College of Critical Care Medicine and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (UK).
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Find out more about POQI here: "Desiree's Roundtable | What is the Perioperative Medicine Summit?" https://www.topmedtalk.com/desirees-roundtable-what-is-the-perioperative-medicine-summit/
For more regarding the papers published by POQI, referenced in this piece, go here: "Sunday Special | Blood Pressure" https://www.topmedtalk.com/sunday-special-blood-pressure/
Also, if you enjoyed Andrew Shaw's take on these issues go listen to this fascinating conversation: "Desiree's Roundtable | Fluids in the 2020's" https://www.topmedtalk.com/desirees-roundtable-fluids-in-the-2020s/
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