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General Anesthesia

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Airway Management For Tiny Customers

Pediatric patients can present a unique set of challenges.

Posted 06/04/15 | Ronald S. Litman, DO | Post a comment

How Long Before Video Laryngoscopy Is the New Standard of Care?

With their consistently clear airway views, they make difficult intubations routine.

Posted 05/13/15 | Thomas M. Hemmerling, MD, DEAA | 1 comment

Difficult Airways

Are you prepared for the challenging intubations that you can't predict?

Posted 03/31/15 | Anthony J. Chipas, CRNA, PhD | 2 comments

Surgeons' Lounge: Pushing Propofol

5 Arguments Against RN-Administered Propofol

Posted 03/04/15 | Perry V. Ruspantine, CRNA, APRN | 1 comment

Intubate With Care

Nothing ruins a patient's surgical experience like broken teeth, cut lips and airway bleeding.

Posted 12/29/14 | William Landess | Post a comment

The Surgeons' Lounge: A Safer Anesthetic

Will Phaxan Challenge Propofol's Dominance?

Posted 12/02/14 | Jim Burger, Associate Editor | 3 comments

Anesthesia Alert: 4 Keys to My Anesthesia Technique

My patients wake up faster with less pain and fewer complications.

Posted 11/13/14 | Jeff Cryder, BS, BSN, MSA | 4 comments


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