Latest Anesthesia awareness Stories
Allied Anesthesia physicians weigh in on patient safety in wake of Joan Rivers’ death Orange, Calif.
Visualizing a safe place reduces operative pain, according to research presented today at EuroHeartCare 2014.
Patient Safety Awareness Week prompts Allied Anesthesia to suggest topics for discussion. Orange,
A new study has discovered that anesthetic drugs not only switch wakefulness “off” but switch all sleep circuits to “on.”
Roughly 3 percent of patients who undergo total hip and knee replacement surgery require critical care services before they are discharged from the hospital, according to an analysis of roughly half a million patients.
Duke University Medical Center researchers have verified data that suggest three medical factors appear to correlate with mortality for a patient who has been under anesthesia for an operation.
Anesthesiology researchers have shown that a device approved by the Food and Drug Administration to reduce the risk that patients will recall their surgery does not lower the risk of the problem, known as intraoperative awareness, any more than a less expensive method.
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