Canadian Anesthesiologists' Society

The Self Assessment Program from the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia

The Canadian Journal of Anesthesia publishes reviews on a topic of interest as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) articles and modules.  Additional information can be found in 2-3 authoritative articles clearly indicated in the reference list.  To complete CPD module, participants must read the review and the 2-3 additional references, and then answer questions pertaining to a clinical case outlined in the article.

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Currently available CPD articles
Article Title/Module title Vol. No Issue No. Page Nos.
Anesthetic implications of recreational drug use Vol. 64 Number 12/ 
December 2017
Pgs: 1236–1264
Massive hemorrhage and transfusion in the operating room Vol. 64 Number 9 / 
September 2017
Pgs: 962–978
Managing the perioperative patient on direct oral anticoagulants Vol. 64 Number 6 / 
June 2017
Pgs: 656–672
The impaired anesthesiologist: what you should know about substance abuse Vol. 64 Number 2 / 
February 2017
Pgs: 219–235
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy Vol. 63 Number 9 / 
September 2016
Pgs: 1075–1097
An update on the prone position Vol. 63 Number 6/ 
June 2016
Pgs: 737-767
Local anesthetic systemic toxicity Vol. 63 Number 3/ 
March 2016
Pgs: 330-349

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