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Dr. C. H. Cannon’s Armamentarium: “Local Anaesthetics…Gas or Either”

From the Wood Library-Museum’s Ben Z. Swanson Collection, dentist Charles H. Cannon (c. 1847–1909) had problems managing the printer of his trade card (above). First, his printer misspelled Cannon’s anesthetic armamentarium as “local Anaesthetics, also with Gas or Either.” Then the advertising was printed downhill on the card. Because dentist Cannon was listed in the […]

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Monkeying Outside Central Park Zoo: Hasbrouck Advertises His Nitrous Oxide

At the Arsenal building near the southeast corner of Central Park, New York’s Central Park Zoo was less than a two-mile walk north of the dental offices of Dr. Ferdinand Hasbrouck. Perhaps monkeys at the zoo inspired Hasbrouck to advertise with this trade card titled, “Tickle me under the Chin.” Having earned his dental doctorate […]

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Intraoperative Phototherapy for Hyperbilirubinemia

HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA or jaundice when severe and if untreated has disastrous yet preventable neurotoxic effects, specifically, bilirubin-induced encephalopathy or kernicterus.1,2 Intraoperative phototherapy using an underbody bili blanket (red arrows) can minimize treatment interruptions, which is preferential during light therapy. Although dual-source (anterior and posterior) light therapy is preferred, this may not allow for operative access to […]

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Then It Was Dark and Cold

It was a sunny, warm, clear day until brute celestial geometry choked off standard photon dissemination. Then it was dark and cold.
Source: Anesthesiology

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Relaxation before Debriefing during High-fidelity Simulation Improves Memory Retention of Residents at Three Months A Prospective Randomized Controlled Study

Background High-fidelity simulation is known to improve participant learning and behavioral performance. Simulation scenarios generate stress that affects memory retention and may impact future performance. The authors hypothesized that more participants would recall three or more critical key messages at three months when a relaxation break was performed before debriefing of critical event […]

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Artificial Intelligence for Everyone

“…machine learning to model the interaction of remifentanil and propofol on processed electroencephalogram…. Is this the end of clinical pharmacology?”
Source: Anesthesiology

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Statin Therapy before Cardiac Surgery: Neutral or Detrimental Effects?

Source: Anesthesiology

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Infraclavicular Neurovascular Anatomic Anomaly Seen via Ultrasound

Source: Anesthesiology

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Unusual Catheter Placement on Chest Radiograph: Two Dimensions, Two Possible Locations (or More)

Source: Anesthesiology

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Call for Papers Point of Care Ultrasound in Perioperative, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine

Source: Anesthesiology

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