Join Us Every Tuesday for Periop Clinical Case Rounds
All SPRC members are welcome to attend the Perioperative Clinical Case Rounds on Tuesdays from 12:00 to 1:00 pm ET as perioperative fellows and trainees present live clinical case rounds via Zoom. Not a SPRC member? JOIN NOW!
Moderated by Dr. Vikas Tandon, Associate Professor, Perioperative Fellowship Program, McMaster University
Recordings of past perioperative clinical case rounds are available to all Society members on the SPRC member site.
UBC Perioperative Rounds
The Society is very pleased to present the recordings of the University of British Columbia’s Perioperative Rounds. The monthly recordings of these rounds are available exclusively to SPRC members.
Perioperative Care Journal Club
We are very excited to inform you about the establishment of the monthly Perioperative Care Journal Club (PCJC). The PCJC meets the last Wednesday of every month to review and discuss papers/articles of interest to all in the perioperative community. Topics for previous meetings have included:
Feb. 24, 2021 – Laparoscopic cholecystectomy versus percutaneous catheter drainage for acute cholecystitis in high risk patients (CHOCOLATE)
March 24, 2021 – Preoperative intravenous iron to treat anaemia before major abdominal surgery (PREVENTT)
April 28, 2021 – Perioperative corticosteroid administration: a systematic review and descriptive analysis presented by Dr. Teresa Cafaro with invited guest Dr. Amal Bessissow (senior author)
COMING UP – May 26, 2021 – more details on topic to be discussed and presenter coming soon!
All recordings of the Perioperative Care Journal Club are available on the SPRC member site.
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HIP ATTACK 1
- Michael McGillion (McMaster University)
- Gerard Slobogean (University of Maryland School of Medicine)
- Wojciech Szczeklik (Jagiellonian University)
- Kelly Zarnke (University of Calgary)
- Among patients with hip fractures accelerated surgery did not significantly lower risk of mortality or composite of major complications compared with standard of care, however there was no evidence of harm even in subgroups with acute medical conditions.
- Accelerated surgery demonstrated lower risk of delirium, urinary tract infection, moderate-severe pain scores, faster mobilization, standing, and full-weight bearing , and shorter length of hospital stay compared with standard of care.
- Accelerated surgery demonstrated mortality advantage compared with standard of care in patients with elevated troponin before randomization.