This course consists of recorded lectures by Tod Sloan, MD PhD, a well-known anesthesiologist with many years of experience as a practicing neuromonitoring professional. Presentations will include information about perioperative medication, drug components of anesthesia, anesthesia effects on sensory and motor evoked potential recordings and related considerations during spinal and intracranial surgeries. Lesson objectives, handouts and lectures are easy to follow and cover multiple aspects of monitoring including the impact of anesthesia on various physiological variables. Current faculty member and course editor, Clare Gale, BS, CNIM R.EEG/EPT. F.ASET/ASNM is especially well qualified to provide guidance for neuromonitoring professionals who are seeking more knowledge and establishing positive interdisciplinary relationships with anesthesia providers.
ASET CEUs: 20
Author: Tod Sloan, MD PhD and Clare Gale, BS, CNIM R.EEG/EPT. F.ASET/ASNM