October 22

Nuss procedure poses potential for complications

A Nuss procedure is a surgical correction of a pectus excavatum chest wall deformity. It is not a common procedure, so many anesthesiologists are not familiar with it and its possible complications.

Top researchers, mentors to be recognized

Learn about the top research in anesthesiology and how it could affect clinical practice by joining in the “Celebration of Research.” The specialty’s best and brightest will be recognized, and they will explain their investigations during the event.