General Anesthesia

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Drilled Into Memory

Combine realistic simulation with detailed task cards to ensure your malignant hyperthermia training sticks.

Posted 02/11/20 | Julie Blakeley, BSN, RN, CNOR | 2 comments

The Building Blocks of Regional Anesthesia

A back-to-basics approach is needed to expand the use of one of the most effective ways to manage post-op pain.

Posted 02/11/20 | Edward R. Mariano, MD, MAS | Post a comment

Nerve Blocks Are a No-Brainer

Are your patients missing out on regional anesthesia's targeted pain relief that reduces the need for opioids?

Posted 01/22/20 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

Multimodal Anesthesia Is a Must

Attacking pain's many pathways is the key to reducing opioid use.

Posted 01/22/20 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Anesthesia Alert: Believe in the Power of Hypnosis

Sedating patients with guided imagery and local anesthetics

Posted 01/14/20 | Elizabeth Rebello, MD, FASA | Post a comment

Master of the Airway

Are your providers comfortable with an airway device in their hands?

Posted 01/14/20 | Joe Paone | 1 comment

What's New in Anesthesiology

6 products that can help your providers keep patients comfortable and safe during surgery.

Posted 12/19/19 | Ashish C. Sinha, MD, PhD | 1 comment

Anesthesia Alert: Every Syringe in its Place

Here's a novel way to keep medications organized on the anesthesia cart.

Posted 10/14/19 | Eliot Grigg, MD | 1 comment

Opioids Are Overplayed

There are smarter, more effective ways to manage post-op pain.

Posted 10/14/19 | Jared Bilski | 1 comment

Anesthesia Alert: Predicting Post-op Delirium Severity

New ways of using old screening tools can help you identify at-risk patients.

Posted 08/12/19 | Heidi Lindroth, PhD, RN | Post a comment

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