General Anesthesia

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Thinking of Buying ... Video Laryngoscopes

For intubations, a new standard of care is within sight.

Posted 09/08/17 | Richard Cooper, BSc, MSc, MD, FRCPC | 2 comments

Anesthesia Alert: Coping With the Boredom of Anesthesia

Do occasional distractions help anesthesia providers stay sharper?

Posted 08/02/17 | Mike MacKinnon, MSN, FNP-C, CRNA | 8 comments

Thinking of Buying a New Anesthesia Machine?

If features don't add value to patient care in the outpatient environment, you can end up overspending.

Posted 06/23/17 | Paul S. Patane, MD, MBA | Post a comment

The Case for Capnography

Monitoring of end tidal CO2 is an essential patient safety practice your facility shouldn't be without.

Posted 06/23/17 | Peggy Lange, BA, RRT | Post a comment

Tools for Better Airway Management

Advanced devices and expert techniques have anesthesia providers — and their patients — breathing easier.

Posted 06/23/17 | Bill Donahue, Senior Editor | Post a comment

12 Things You Didn't Know About Airway Emergencies

They can be difficult to predict and frightening to manage. Here's what you need to keep in mind.

Posted 04/06/17 | Diane Stopyra | 6 comments

5 Steps to PONV Prevention

Post-operative nausea and vomiting is one of surgery's most unwanted side effects. Here's how to keep patients' stomachs settled.

Posted 04/06/17 | Edna Ma, MD | 3 comments

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