Anesthesia

Rudn University Veterinarians Prove The Efficacy Of A Natural Anesthetic For Fish

RUDN University veterinarians together with colleagues from Iran, Thailand and Turkey have proved the efficacy of a herbal drug for anesthesia in Nile tilapia. It works no worse than analogues but causes less stress in fish.
Related topics: Medical Research, Stress

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American Society Of Anesthesiologists Names Randall M. Clark, M.d., Fasa, New President

Randall M. Clark, M.D., FASA, professor of anesthesiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, was today named president of the American Society of...
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Spinal Vs General Anesthesia In Hip Fracture Surgeries: It's A Draw

(MedPage Today) -- Older adults who underwent hip fracture surgery fared about the same at 60 days post-procedure regardless of whether they received spinal or general anesthesia, a randomized study found. Among patients in the intention-to-treat...
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Anesthesiologists May Edge Out Nurses For Rapid Response Outside The Icu

(MedPage Today) -- Hospital rapid-response teams led by anesthesiologists may do a better job at heading off medical crises in deteriorating patients outside the ICU versus nurse-led teams, a researcher said. In a study that tracked in-hospital...
Related topics: Nursing, Medical Research

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Covid Conjures Up Mixed Feelings For Critical Care Anesthesiologists

(MedPage Today) -- Critical care anesthesiologists said they were feeling more burned out, according to a pandemic-era survey. In addition, women were much more likely to have burnout-related symptoms like muscle tension, fatigue, and...
Related topics: Polls

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American Society Of Anesthesiologists Honors Daniel J. Cole, M.d., Fasa, With Its Distinguished...

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) today presented Daniel J. Cole, M.D., FASA, with its 2020 Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his long, highly distinguished career as a physician anesthesiologist and steadfast advocate of...

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Letters To The Editor: Good For Ucla For Escorting Out An Anti-vaccine Doctor

A physician warns of the harm an unvaccinated anesthesiologist can do to his vulnerable patients.
Related topics: Vaccines

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Acupuncture Reduces Pain And Opioid Use For Total Knee Replacement Surgery Patients

Patients who have acupuncture during total knee replacement surgery report less pain and need far fewer opioids to manage their discomfort, according to a study being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2021 annual meeting.
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Black Women More Likely To Have Labor Or Delivery Complications Due To Systemic Inflammation

Black women are more likely than white women to experience a severe, unexpected complication during labor or delivery, particularly due to systemic inflammation, according to research being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2021 annual meeting.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Decrease In Cardiac Arrest And Death With Anesthesiologist-led Emergency Team, Study Finds

Physician anesthesiologist-led rapid response teams led to a significant decrease in cardiac arrest and death, after a transition from nurse-only rapid response teams at the Anesthesiology Institute, Department of Intensive Care and Resuscitation,...
Related topics: Medical Research, Nursing

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Providing Oral Rather Than Iv Acetaminophen To Children Having Tonsillectomies Improves Care, Saves...

Providing children oral instead of intravenous (IV) acetaminophen to help manage tonsillectomy pain improves care at lower costs, according to research being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2021 annual meeting.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Myth Busted: General Anesthesia Just As Safe As Spinal Anesthesia After Broken Hip Surgery

Challenging common beliefs, new research shows patterns of recovery to be similar for patients who received spinal anesthesia and those who got general anesthesia
Related topics: Medical Research

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Decrease In Cardiac Arrest And Death With Anesthesiologist-led Emergency Team, Study Finds

Physician anesthesiologist-led rapid response teams led to a significant decrease in cardiac arrest and death, after a transition from nurse-only rapid response teams at the Anesthesiology Institute, Department of Intensive Care and Resuscitation,...
Related topics: Medical Research, Nursing

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Anti-nausea Drug May Help Some Cancer Patients Survive Longer

Patients with breast, pancreatic and certain other types of cancer may survive longer if given an anti-nausea drug during surgery, according to a large study being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2021 annual meeting.
Related topics: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Aana Joins 33 Healthcare Organizations In Supporting Va Development Of National Standards Of...

To ensure U.S. veterans receive high-quality, timely care, the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) joined 33 healthcare provider organizations, representing millions of providers, in an Oct. 7 letter to the U.S. Secretary of Veterans...
Related topics: Nursing

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Ucla Doctor 'willing To Lose Everything' Escorted From Medical Facility For Refusing Covid Vaccine:...

Video shows a California doctor being escorted out of the UCLA Medical Plaza in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The UCLA anesthesiologist is vehemently against vaccine mandates and proclaims that he is "willing to lose everything" to...
Related topics: Vaccines, Health Videos

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Three Nursing Associations Join Forces To Promote Workplace Civility

Three leading professional associations representing nurses who work in surgical settings recently developed and endorsed a position statement on workplace civility. With this initiative, the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA), the...
Related topics: Nursing

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Anesthesiology Shakeup Costs Hospital Its Trauma Designation

The resulting disruption in anesthesiology services has led the hospital to divert emergency care to other health facilities. Medscape Medical News

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Does Slight Autism Risk With Epidurals Matter?

(MedPage Today) -- Two big studies hinted at small increases in risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children born to mothers who received epidural anesthesia during delivery, but their authors said it wasn't clear that there was a genuine...
Related topics: Autism

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American Society Of Anesthesiologists Welcomes Medtronic As Industry Supporter For Seventh Year

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) today announced Medtronic plc (NYSE:MDT), a global leader in medical technology, as an ASA Industry Supporter for the seventh year, supporting the work of the Society and physician anesthesiologists to...
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