About this session
What actually is an anaesthetic? How do they work? And how do anaesthetists make sure you’re ‘asleep’ during surgery? Dr Paul Young, an anaesthetics doctor in Manchester, explains what an anaesthetist is, how they keep you safe during surgery, and their role in resuscitating critically ill patients.
For the May 2021 edition of the BSMS Lecture Series, join Dr Paul Young as we dive into the world of anaesthetics to explore more about this key area of medicine.
This lecture is part of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School's Monthly Lecture Series, designed for secondary school and college students. This lecture series, running from November 2020 through to July 2021, provides a unique opportunity for students to learn more about different aspects of medicine, career pathways, and how to get into medicine.
This talk will be conducted via the Zoom videoconferencing software. Please note, if you book tickets to this event the details will be circulated at 5pm on the day of the event.
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