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Archive >  December, 2004 V, No. 12

What's New for Anesthesia and Pain Management

A look at the latest products on display at the American Society of Anesthesiologists meeting.

John Dombrowski, MD, PC

Looking for a more compact monitor? Or new nerve stimulators for pain management? Or for more options for handling difficult airways? Equipment for it all - and more - was on display at the 2004 meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists in Las Vegas in October. I combed the exhibit hall's more than 230 vendors to find the products that are new since last year. Here's what I thought would most interest you.

 
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