Anesthesiology 2016 Archives

October 26, 2016

  • Severinghaus Lecture: Anesthesiologists can help reduce postoperative mortalityPreventable mortality associated with anesthesia is almost nonexistent after efforts by anesthesiologists and others to reduce intraoperative mortality over the past 30 years, according to Daniel Sessler, M.D., who presented Tuesday’s John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science.Read More
  • ACT session addresses ratio of anesthesiologists to cases supervisedProblems physician anesthesiologists encounter in implementing anesthesia care teams (ACT) came under scrutiny Tuesday when medical executives from several national and regional anesthesia practices joined 2017 ASA President Jeffrey Plagenhoef, M.D., and Past President John Zerwas, M.D. (2013), to address issues raised by anesthesiologists attending a session, “The Future of the Anesthesia Care Team in the Era of Increased Competition.”Read More
  • Podcasts help improve teaching to millennialsEducation has changed greatly since most anesthesiology faculty members were students, but many of them continue to use teaching methods from their youth that do not succeed with millennials studying medicine today. To their credit, faculty members are trying to adapt by using digital formats, such as videos and podcasts.Read More
  • Controlling BP, glucose key in treating patients with SAHA subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is a life-threatening event that also can cause neurological damage, making quick, effective action vital. Anesthesiologists are at the center of these events in controlling blood pressure and glucose levels that can affect outcomes.Read More
  • ‘What ASA member benefit is most valuable to you?’From a hugely popular Rovenstine Lecture, to standing-room-only Medically Challenging Cases sessions, to routinely packed poster areas, ANESTHESIOLOGY 2016 has again offered attendees the best science, education, entertainment and value available anywhere in the specialty.Read More
  • Announcing #ANES16 Social Media StarsNearly 2,000 ANESTHESIOLOGY 2016 attendees tweeted and posted about the scientific program, featured sessions, special events and their overall #ANES16 experience.Read More
  • Planning is key in managing extubation failureExtubation is an elective process that requires careful planning and preparation. Following safe airway extubation strategies that can help improve outcomes will be the focus of a Wednesday fundamentals of anesthesiology session.Read More

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