Anaestheasier’s ten rules of Anaesthesia

Anaestheasier’s ten rules of Anaesthesia

The first rule

Never, ever, take a short cut

The second rule

Trust no-one

The third rule

If you've thought about a tube, it's time to tube

The fourth rule

There are few situations that cannot be improved with a can-do attitude and a s***load of ketamine

The fifth rule

The surgeon is the captain of the ship.
The Anaesthetist is the captain of the sinking ship.

The sixth rule

A simple operation does not equal a simple anaesthetic

The seventh rule

Make your first attempt the best attempt

The eighth rule

Never insert a central line on a full bladder or an empty stomach

The ninth rule

Your lack of planning does not constitute my emergency

The tenth rule

You cannot cure stupid, but you can RSI it