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Geriatric Regional Anesthesia RAC recognizes three aspects about geriatric regional anesthesia. 1. Regional anesthesia is often very technically challenging to perform in the very aged patient. 2. Second, the very aged geriatric pateint has many and complex medical problems that making anesthetizing them for surgery, very challenging and very risky. Regional anesthesia, as a (i) the primary anesthetic, (ii) as a support component of the primary anesthetic, and or (iii) as a component of the peri- surgical analgesia plan has more benefits to offer than to any othe patient group. RAC supports The Society for the Advancement of Geriatric Anesthesia (SAGA). RAC seeks high quality scientific submission for the Journal of RAC (J-RAC) relating to geriatric anesthesia. Please contact the editor with questions. Please see the article author instruction page if you have a possible scientific submission to make. We especially want case reports about geriatric anesthesia success or mishaps, when using regional anesthesia, and Adverse Event Reports (AERs). If you are not experienced in scientific writing you can still easily report an AER. Don’t let the lengthy author’s instruction document discourage you. Writing an AER is easy and we will give a lot of editorial encouragement and assistance. Most of all, we accept sunbmissions for free. J-RAC is not anopen access journal charging thousand of dollars to publish your materials. We seek only good materials. Contact the editor if you have questions.  J-RAC Geriatric materials; 1. Anesthesia for the very-aged geriatric patient, with emphasis on regional anesthesia. Dr. RM Raw. Google this number or click on it; 18SGRRAA. 2. PBLD: 90-year old lady has severe aortic stenosis, is anti-coagulated, and has compound fracture needing possible surgery. o Pre-discussion delegate handout: Question sheet for delegates. Google for,  or click on the number 18VRPLAB. o Post-discussion delegate handout: Answers, plus extensive full lecture text. Google for, or click on the number 18VRPLAA.
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Geriatric Regional Anesthesia RAC recognizes three aspects about geriatric regional anesthesia. 1. Regional anesthesia is often very technically challenging to perform in the very aged patient. 2. Second, the very aged geriatric pateint has many and complex medical problems that making anesthetizing them for surgery, very challenging and very risky. Regional anesthesia, as a (i) the primary anesthetic, (ii) as a support component of the primary anesthetic, and or (iii) as a component of the peri-surgical analgesia plan has more benefits to offer than to any othe patient group. RAC supports The Society for the Advancement of Geriatric Anesthesia (SAGA). RAC seeks high quality scientific submission for the Journal of RAC (J-RAC) relating to geriatric anesthesia. Please contact the editor with questions. Please see the article author instruction page if you have a possible scientific submission to make. We especially want case reports about geriatric anesthesia success or mishaps, when using regional anesthesia, and Adverse Event Reports (AERs). If you are not experienced in scientific writing you can still easily report an AER. Don’t let the lengthy author’s instruction document discourage you. Writing an AER is easy and we will give a lot of editorial encouragement and assistance. Most of all, we accept sunbmissions for free. J-RAC is not anopen access journal charging thousand of dollars to publish your materials. We seek only good materials. Contact the editor if you have questions.  J-RAC Geriatric materials; 1. Anesthesia for the very-aged geriatric patient, with emphasis on regional anesthesia. Dr. RM Raw. Google this number or click on it; 18SGRRAA. 2. PBLD: 90-year old lady has severe aortic stenosis, is anti-coagulated, and has compound fracture needing possible surgery. o Pre-discussion delegate handout: Question sheet for delegates. Google for,  or click on the number 18VRPLAB. o Post-discussion delegate handout: Answers, plus extensive full lecture text. Google for, or click on the number 18VRPLAA.
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Geriatric Regional Anesthesia RAC recognizes three aspects about geriatric regional anesthesia. 1. Regional anesthesia is often very technically challenging to perform in the very aged patient. 2. Second, the very aged geriatric pateint has many and complex medical problems that making anesthetizing them for surgery, very challenging and very risky. Regional anesthesia, as a (i) the primary anesthetic, (ii) as a support component of the primary anesthetic, and or (iii) as a component of the peri-surgical analgesia plan has more benefits to offer than to any othe patient group. RAC supports The Society for the Advancement of Geriatric Anesthesia (SAGA). RAC seeks high quality scientific submission for the Journal of RAC (J-RAC) relating to geriatric anesthesia. Please contact the editor with questions. Please see the article author instruction  page if you have a possible scientific submission to make. We especially want case reports about geriatric anesthesia success or mishaps, when using regional anesthesia, and Adverse Event Reports (AERs). If you are not experienced in scientific writing you can still easily report an AER. Don’t let the lengthy author’s instruction document discourage you. Writing an AER is easy and we will give a lot of editorial encouragement and assistance. Most of all, we accept sunbmissions for free. J-RAC is not anopen access journal charging thousand of dollars to publish your materials. We seek only good materials. Contact the editor if you have questions.  J-RAC Geriatric materials; 1. Anesthesia for the very-aged geriatric patient, with emphasis on regional anesthesia. Dr. RM Raw. Google this number or click on it; 18SGRRAA. 2. PBLD: 90-year old lady has severe aortic stenosis, is anti- coagulated, and has compound fracture needing possible surgery. o Pre-discussion delegate handout: Question sheet for delegates. Google for,  or click on the number 18VRPLAB. o Post-discussion delegate handout: Answers, plus extensive full lecture text. Google for, or click on the number 18VRPLAA.
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