Acute Pain Management

Acute Pain Management / Regional Anesthesia


 Dr. John Murdoch
Director APMS

Faculty:
 

Dr. Scott Duggan

Dr. Melanie Jaeger

Dr. Micahel McMullen

Dr. John Murdoch

Dr. Rachel Rooney

Dr. Tarit Saha

Dr. Vidur Shyam

 Dr. Brian Simchison

 

Sue Vasily,
Nurse Practitioner

Samantha Kim,
Nurse Practitioner

 
Orientation to Acute Pain Management Service:

A Quick Orientation to the Acute Pain Management Service


Educational Resources:
 
Objectives for Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management (APMS) Rotation

2010 Regional Anesthesia in the Patient Receiving Antithrombotic or Thrombolytic Therapy, ASRA and Pain Medicine Evidence-Based Guidelines (3rd Edition)‚Ä®Reg Anesth Pain Med 2010;35: 64-101.

APMS/ Regional Rotation Discussion Forum (internal use)

Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Faculty of Pain Medicine, Third Edition 2010

Oral Opioid Preparations - KGH/HDH

Dalteparin and Neuraxial Analgesia in ICU

Accessing Epidural Solutions at night:

Solution

Location

Minimum No of bags

Reason

HYDROmorph/Bup 10mcg+1mg/mL Epid (250mL)

K2ICU

2

usually have pt with epidural

K6

1

usually have pt with epidural

D4ICU

1

usually have pt with epidural

K3

1

usually have pt with epidural

SPEC

1

usually have pt with epidural

HYDROmorph/Bup 10mcg+1mg/mL Epid (500mL)

OR

2

initiated in OR

PACU

3

initiated in OR

HYDROmorph/Bup 20mcg+1mg/mL Epid (250mL)

PACU

1

for night access

HYDROmorph/Bup 10mcg+2mg/mL Epid (259mL)

PACU

1

for night access

K6

1

for night access

Bupivacaine 1.25 mg/mL Epid (250 mL)

PACU

1

for night access

K6

1

for night access


Links:
 
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA)
 

New York School of Regional Anesthesia (NYSORA)
 
Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia (extensive reference section)



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To order methadone for patients post op on methadone preop:

1. Call 1 866 358 0453
 
2. Leave your name, phone number and CPSO number
 
3. Leave patients full name and address
 
4. Leave dose and frequency of methadone and reason for use, analgesia or addiction.