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A blog that summarizes articles published in the journal, Anesthesia & Analgesia.

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April 2015: Anesthesia & Analgesia

Dr. Steven Shafer, editor-in-chief, Anesthesia & Analgesia: Recent news reports have highlighted the risks of nosocomial infection. Fourteen articles in this issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia document how anesthesiologists make a difference in perioperative infection. Research papers identify the reservoirs of bacterial contamination in the operating room, our role in hospital-acquired infections, and changes in […]

2 MIN2015 MAR 26
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April 2015: Anesthesia & Analgesia

A Summary of Research on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly

Scientists and clinicians from ten countries attended the International Workshop on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly this past May in Stockholm, Sweden. In this month’s issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, Dr. Roderic G. Eckenhoff, Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and colleagues review the workshop proceedings […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 13
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A Summary of Research on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly

Can the anesthesiologist affect outcome after CABG surgery? A study from New York (reader note: this article has been retracted)

Anesthesia care has changed significantly since that time. However, the question remains whether a subset of anesthesiologists is particularly skilled relative to a different subset. That’s the “glass half full” question. You can invert that if you prefer the “glass half empty” question. Dr. Laurent G. Glance, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Rochester School of […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 12
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Can the anesthesiologist affect outcome after CABG surgery? A study from New York (reader note: this article has been retracted)

Headache isn’t the only complication of dural puncture

Headache is what we commonly think of as a sequela of dural puncture. Other adverse consequences of dural puncture include ocular and auditory disturbance. Ocular abnormalities are due to cranial nerve palsy, typically involving the sixth nerve cranial (abducens nerve), and uncommonly involving the third and fourth cranial nerves. Dr. Jennifer E. Hofer, Department of […]

2 MIN2015 MAR 11
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Headache isn’t the only complication of dural puncture

Runners-up for the most important publications judged to be significant “game changers” for the field of anesthesiology

All lists have runner-ups. And for the article, Game Changers: The 20 Most Important Anesthesia Articles Ever Published, published in this month’s issue ofAnesthesia & Analgesia, Dr. Paul Barash, Department of Anesthesiology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, and coauthors note thatthere were other articles in contention for top position. In the discussion, most articles list […]

6 MIN2015 MAR 10
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Runners-up for the most important publications judged to be significant “game changers” for the field of anesthesiology

Peripartum cardiomyopathy: a review

A recent aa2day summary described a case of a pregnant patient who suffered a cardiac arrest. The authors noted that the patient had a hyperdynamic left ventricle with concentric remodeling, signs of heart failure. It’s important that anesthesiologists caring for parturients understand the physiology and clinical presentation of heart disease, as well as the management […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 4
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Peripartum cardiomyopathy: a review
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Latest Episodes

April 2015: Anesthesia & Analgesia

Dr. Steven Shafer, editor-in-chief, Anesthesia & Analgesia: Recent news reports have highlighted the risks of nosocomial infection. Fourteen articles in this issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia document how anesthesiologists make a difference in perioperative infection. Research papers identify the reservoirs of bacterial contamination in the operating room, our role in hospital-acquired infections, and changes in […]

2 MIN2015 MAR 26
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April 2015: Anesthesia & Analgesia

A Summary of Research on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly

Scientists and clinicians from ten countries attended the International Workshop on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly this past May in Stockholm, Sweden. In this month’s issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, Dr. Roderic G. Eckenhoff, Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and colleagues review the workshop proceedings […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 13
Comments
A Summary of Research on Perioperative Neurotoxicity in the Elderly

Can the anesthesiologist affect outcome after CABG surgery? A study from New York (reader note: this article has been retracted)

Anesthesia care has changed significantly since that time. However, the question remains whether a subset of anesthesiologists is particularly skilled relative to a different subset. That’s the “glass half full” question. You can invert that if you prefer the “glass half empty” question. Dr. Laurent G. Glance, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Rochester School of […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 12
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Can the anesthesiologist affect outcome after CABG surgery? A study from New York (reader note: this article has been retracted)

Headache isn’t the only complication of dural puncture

Headache is what we commonly think of as a sequela of dural puncture. Other adverse consequences of dural puncture include ocular and auditory disturbance. Ocular abnormalities are due to cranial nerve palsy, typically involving the sixth nerve cranial (abducens nerve), and uncommonly involving the third and fourth cranial nerves. Dr. Jennifer E. Hofer, Department of […]

2 MIN2015 MAR 11
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Headache isn’t the only complication of dural puncture

Runners-up for the most important publications judged to be significant “game changers” for the field of anesthesiology

All lists have runner-ups. And for the article, Game Changers: The 20 Most Important Anesthesia Articles Ever Published, published in this month’s issue ofAnesthesia & Analgesia, Dr. Paul Barash, Department of Anesthesiology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, and coauthors note thatthere were other articles in contention for top position. In the discussion, most articles list […]

6 MIN2015 MAR 10
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Runners-up for the most important publications judged to be significant “game changers” for the field of anesthesiology

Peripartum cardiomyopathy: a review

A recent aa2day summary described a case of a pregnant patient who suffered a cardiac arrest. The authors noted that the patient had a hyperdynamic left ventricle with concentric remodeling, signs of heart failure. It’s important that anesthesiologists caring for parturients understand the physiology and clinical presentation of heart disease, as well as the management […]

3 MIN2015 MAR 4
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Peripartum cardiomyopathy: a review
the END
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