General Anesthesia

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Time to Upgrade Your Anesthesia Machines?

The newest models help providers deliver inhalational agents safely, precisely and economically.

Posted 07/19/18 | Christine Whitten, MD | Post a comment

The Case for Continuous Nerve Blocks

Get on board with the best way to manage post-op pain without opioids.

Posted 07/19/18 | StavrosG.Memtsoudis, MD, PhD | Post a comment

Patient Monitoring Essentials

Capnography and pulse oximetry provide additional reassurance whenever anesthesia is administered.

Posted 07/19/18 | Jason Warren, MD | 3 comments

How to Organize Your MH Carts

Standardized supplies will help your staff save a life when every second counts.

Posted 07/19/18 | CherylM.Gallaga, MSNEd, RN, CNOR | 2 comments

Tools to Improve Medication Safety

To eliminate administration mistakes, you have to eliminate the human factor.

Posted 07/19/18 | Ronald S. Litman, DO, ML | 3 comments

Are You Ready to Handle Difficult Airways?

Have a plan in place and needed tools on hand to solve challenging intubations.

Posted 07/19/18 | Carin Hagberg, MD | Post a comment

On Point

Help Solve the Opioid Crisis

Posted 07/19/18 | DavidM.Dickerson, MD | Post a comment

Anesthesia Alert: Surviving the Anesthesia Drug Shortages

Key injectable opioids and local anesthetics are nowhere to be found.

Posted 06/08/18 | JamesD.Grant | Post a comment

Anesthesia Alert

Prevent Post-op Brain Fog in Older Patients

Posted 05/08/18 | LeeA.Fleisher, MD | Post a comment

Ideas That Work: Pediatric Pain Management

Reminder: Codeine Could Be Fatal to Children

Posted 05/08/18 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

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