Transoesophageal echoardiography in cardiac surgery
|Colin Royseemail@example.com||0408467548||View page|
Our research program on transoesophageal echocardiography is investigating the impact of this new technique on diagnosis, management and outcome of patients during cardiac surgery. This research stream was developed by Professor Colin Royse and continues with many collaborators.
The use of ultrasound is the modern day revolution in anaesthesia and acute care medicine. The use of ultrasound in the acute care specialties of anaesthesia, intensive care, emergency medicine, and surgery has evolved from discrete, office-based echocardiographic examinations performed by radiologists or cardiologists to the real- time or point- of- care clinical assessment and interventions by the acute care physician. Use of ultrasound improves speed and accuracy of clinical assessment and is non-invasive and cheap.
Transoesophageal echocardiography is now routinely used by anaesthetists during cardiac surgery and increasingly used in intensive care and in non-cardiac surgery. However its applications are still being discovered, which is expanding in part due to advances in technology, such as the new 3-dimensional machines.
Dr David Canty, Senior Lecturer and Director of Simulation, Ultrasound Education Group
Professor Colin Royse, Co-director, Ultrasound Education Group
Professor Alistair Royse, Co-director, Ultrasound Education Group
Ms Edwina Coller, Manager, Ultrasound Education Group
- Dr Martin Kim, Clinical Senior Lecturer
- Dr Shashikanth Manikippa, Clinical Associate Professor
- Dr Yang Yang, Clinical Senior Lecturer
- Clinical Associate Professor Parm Naidoo, Director of Radiology, Dandenong Hospital
Royal Melbourne Hospital
- Cardiac Anaesthesthetists
- Canty DJ, Joshi P, Royse CF, McMillan J, Tayeh S, Smith JA. Transesophageal Echocardiography Guidance of Antegrade Cardioplegia Delivery for Cardiac Surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2015 29(6) 1498-503.
- MacLaren G, Kluger R, Connelly KA, Royse CF. Comparative feasibility of myocardial velocity and strain measurements using 2 different methods with transesophageal echocardiography during cardiac surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2011 25(2) 216-20.
- Maclaren G, Kluger R, Prior D, Royse A, Royse C. Tissue Doppler, strain, and strain rate echocardiography: principles and potential perioperative applications. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2006 20(4) 583-93.
- Royse CF, Connelly KA, MacLaren G, Royse AG. Evaluation of echocardiography indices of systolic function: a comparative study using pressure-volume loops in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. Anaesthesia 2007 62(2) 109-16.
- Conaglen PJ, Ellims A, Royse C, Royse A. Acute repair of traumatic tricuspid valve regurgitation aided by three-dimensional echocardiography. Heart Lung Circ 2011 20(4) 237-40.
- Royse CF, Bird H, Royse AG. Routine assessment of coeliac axis and renal artery flow is not feasible with transoesophageal echocardiography. Anaesthesia 2009 64(1) 103-4.
Faculty Research Themes
School Research Themes
For further information about this research, please contact the research group leader.