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About Felipe Urdaneta

  • Profile: Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Florida; I did my residency then fellowship in Cardiothoracic anesthesia, completed a Masters In Education at UF in 2012 and have been a UF/VA staff anesthesiologist since 2000. I was also the Director of the Master of Education Fellowship from the C.O.M. until the course was terminated. I am responsible for the Difficult Airway Rotation at the UF and Airway Management Services at the NFSGVHS. My interests include: 1-Airway related topics 2-Education about Airway management 3- Resident training in Airway management 4-Non-Anesthesia providers airway training and education 5-Education in general and specifically technology in education.

 

Posts by Felipe Urdaneta:

Podcast Episode 8 (Extubation Issues)

Posted: Apr 17th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will discuss general concepts and principles behind extubation, also about airway problems and complications related to this stage of airway management. A brief stepwise approach strategy to handle extubation of the moderate to high risk patient will also be discussed. This is a very important problem that deserves greater attention. Click […]

Podcast Episode 7 (VL and Education)

Posted: Apr 11th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will be discussing briefly about how VL has become an important educational tool and also about some technological advances that perhaps in the near future will have a major impact not just in education but also in airway management as well. Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 6 (Muscle Relaxants)

Posted: Apr 4th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode the controversial issue of the routine use of muscle relaxants in airway management will be discussed Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 5 (VL)

Posted: Apr 4th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will be discussing general introductory concepts related to the use of Videolaryngoscopy Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 4 (Algorithm)

Posted: Apr 4th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will be discussing some basic concepts and principles behind the algorithmic approach to airway management. Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 3 (Evaluation)

Posted: Apr 4th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will be discussing some basic principles behind preoperative evaluation of the airway. Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 2 (Paradigm Shift)

Posted: Apr 4th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

In this episode I will be introducing some newer concepts behind modern airway management. Click the link below to view the video.

Podcast Episode 1 (Introduction)

Posted: Mar 15th, 2011 •• Category: Lectures, Podcast

This is the introductory lecture to the Advance Airway Rotation and it contains the Pre and Post Test Quiz. Please Submit your answers via e-mail. Click the link below to view the video.

Airway Blog 2.0

Posted: Feb 28th, 2011 •• Category: Uncategorized

After a long hiatus I am back…. interesting things are happening as always in the “airway world” but more importantly with me and new ideas and skills I have been working on regarding educational technology. Today after many hours of work and trial and error ( more error than I am willing to disclose) I […]

Are we ignoring this important issue? Will this change our practices in the future?

Posted: Jan 26th, 2010 •• Category: Devices, SGA

In an upcoming issue of Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica the following article will appear ( I am including the abstract). I must confess this concern about SGA’s -that perhaps should be extended to all of them- had not been on my radar screen for quite a while. Any comments? “Exposure to anaesthetic trace gases during generalĀ anaesthesia: […]