Latest Anesthetic Stories
Surprise finding may have implications for labor anesthesia, orthopedics and more.
A new understanding of how anesthesia and anesthesia-like states are controlled in the brain opens the door to possible new future treatments of various states of loss of consciousness, such as reversible coma, according to Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists.
Researchers at The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee have identified the genetic region in rats responsible for cardiovascular collapse during anesthesia.
When planning for surgery, patients too often don't consider the kind of anesthesia they will receive. In fact, the choice of anesthesia can improve recovery, even outcomes.
Mayo Clinic researchers have found that children exposed to anesthesia during Cesarean section are not at any higher risk for learning disabilities later in life than children not delivered by C-section. These findings are reported in the current issue of the journal Anesthesiology.
A major concern for people when having surgery is whether or not they will be safe while under anesthesia. New research is showing a new, potentially safer form of general anesthesia.
A team of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) physicians has developed a new general anesthetic that may be safer for critically ill patients.
SAN DIEGO, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Novalar Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a dental specialty pharmaceutical company today announced that OraVerse(R), the company's premier dental pharmaceutical product, has been selected by leading dental industry magazine Dentistry Today as one of its Top 100 Products for 2009.
Parental acupuncture, clown doctors, hypnotherapy, low sensory stimulation and hand-held video games are promising non-drug interventions that are likely to help reduce children's anxiety during the onset of their anesthetic, is the main conclusion of a new Cochrane Systematic Review.
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